Radiohead Frontman Protests Bush Visit To London
Radiohead vocalist Thom Yorke is at the forefront of protests surrounding President George Bush's visit to London this week, with Yorke calling Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair "liars," according to NME.com. The singer emailed NME after learning that London police were planning to create a three-mile "exclusion zone" to keep protesters away from Bush, because of concerns over alleged threats of terror attacks against the American leader.
When asked why he chose to speak out, Yorke said, "To make Blair squirm over his decision to take us into a illegitimate war (in Iraq) and follow this religious lunatic (Bush) toward a dangerous future for the whole planet...both of these men are liars. We have the right to call them such, they are putting our children's future in jeopardy. They are not controlling the terrorist threat, they are escalating it.."
Thursday, November 20
Let's All Count The Seconds Before The First Crackpot Radio Station Bans Radiohead
The Clear Channel radio programmers are bumping into the walls and flailing papers as we speak.
Posted by Howard Hoffman at 2:52 PM