Morrissey Spreads the Meat-Free Message on Tour

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Barcelona, Berlin, Dublin, Lisbon, Milan and Paris are just a few of the cities that Morrissey’s latest European tour has taken him to – and wherever he’s gone, he’s made sure that his fans have heard the compassionate meat-free message loud and clear.

In addition to persuading all the venues that he’s performing at to go meat-free for the night, Moz also gave a show-stopping rendition of his iconic song “Meat Is Murder” – accompanied by harrowing video footage from abattoirs to help drive the point home. And his performances have led many people to rethink their dietary choices! We’ve compiled a few of the audience’s reactions:

 

Thanks, Morrissey! And thank you to all the PETA supporters who turned up to table and hand out pro-veg leaflets at each of his gigs.

Even if your personal following isn’t quite as large as Mozza’s, you can still be a positive influence on those around you! Most people can’t help but be moved and shocked when they see video footage of how animals are treated in abattoirs and on factory farms so sometimes sharing a video is all it takes to persuade someone to try out a cruelty-free diet.

Share our hard-hitting exposé “Glass Walls” to help spread the meat-free message!

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  • Steve mee commented on December 10, 2014 at 8:45 pm

    I will convert,the meat industry repulses me.

  • Louise commented on December 11, 2014 at 5:08 pm

    I was at the gig and it was phenomenal. The emotion Morrissey sings with during ‘Meat is Murder’ is so raw, you would never think he’s been doing it for 30 years. His words are exquisite, yet so sorrowful. I have only respect for a man who is not afraid to cause controversy and stand up for what he believes in. Bravo, Morrissey!

  • Helen commented on December 12, 2014 at 12:10 am

    Glad Morrissey did what he did. Sometimes people just need to see the truth. I was vege for years and started eating meat again but became vege again 2 years ago and so did my husband. The reason being that not even so called freedom food meat is properly sourced. I found this out through Hillside Animal Sanctuary who do a lot of undercover work on so called RSPCA endorsed farms. They have filmed some horrific stuff. I don’t watch any of them anymore. I just stick to my principles by being vegetarian and not buying anything tested on animals. It’s not hard really. Co-op and Superdrug are great for BUAV endorsed stuff. I love animals!

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