BREAKING: Music legend Morrissey debuts new song as France burns: 'Notre Dame, we know who tried to kill you'

"Notre Dame, we will not be silent. Before investigations, they said: This is not terrorism!"

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
Legendary crooner Morrissey released a new song on Sunday taking a fresh look at the burning of the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral in 2019. "Notre Dame, we know who tried to kill you," he sings. This comes as race riots have lit off in Paris after an Algerian teen was killed in a traffic stop.

As the children of immigrants expressed their disgust with French culture, Morrissey brought up the destruction of the cathedral four years past, and suggested that the same people who offer their hate for France now, may have offered the same then.

"We will not be silent. Before investigations, they said: This is not terrorism!" He sang.

"A cold hand just touched me," Morrissey sang, holding up a rosary.

That fire, attributed to "a cigarette or short circuit in the electrical system," per "experts", was immediately and decidedly declared "not terrorism." As soon as the fire was reported, news outlets claimed right away that it was not a result of Islamic terrorists.

It was only a few days after the collapse of the roof and steeple before French investigators entirely ruled out arson and terrorism and mainstream media reported that anyone who disagreed with that assessment was an Islamophobic conspiracy theorist.

In light of the riots rocking Paris and the surrounding areas, where the angry children of immigrants set fire to shops, schools, cars, and have been running wild in the streets, Morrissey suggested that perhaps the Notre Dame fire was an attack after all.

"Misinformation and disinformation experts" pushed to have the accounts banned of people who purported that perhaps arson was to blame. The concept was treated as ludicrous, ridiculous, something entirely beyond the pale. 

But as Paris burns, as police are unable to stop the torching of stores, the looting, or the incineration of cars in the streets, Morrissey has begun to question the real cause of the fire that took out a monument not only to Christianity but to Western Civilization itself.

In 2019, anyone who suggested that blame should fall on the underclass of immigrants in France, who have not been embraced into French society and who have not assimilitated to that culture was labeled a white supremacist trying to stoke race riots.

Paris in 2023 looks very different as race riots grip the streets. In June 2019, only a few months after the fire, Morrissey asserted that the fire at Notre Dame was arson. "Everybody knows that," he said.
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