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Lamar closes Glastonbury with call for women's rights

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It looked more like a Satanic ritual than a concert

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its funny watching these vapid, virtue signaling idiots criticize US abortion laws from the UK, which have tougher abortion laws than many US states.

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Looked like a wonderful festival where everyone of all ages looked like they were having a whale of a time and the music choice was excellent, all of them, great artists

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its funny watching these vapid, virtue signaling idiots criticize US abortion laws from the UK, which have tougher abortion laws than many US states.

And "master" would be referring to Pulitzer Prize winner Kendrick Lamar as a vapid idiot for standing up for the rights of all women.

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And "master" would be referring to Pulitzer Prize winner Kendrick Lamar as a vapid idiot for standing up for the rights of all women.

Yes, Im sure the song "Damn" was an incredibly convoluted anthem for a generation of music lovers and is an indication of his superior intellect.

But the genius writer of "Damn" (the brilliance of that title alone!) still had no comment on UK abortion laws that are stricter than many US states, or the abortion laws in France, Belgium and Spain which are even more strict.

I mean, Damn.

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masterToday  11:02 am JST

And "master" would be referring to Pulitzer Prize winner Kendrick Lamar as a vapid idiot for standing up for the rights of all women.

Yes, Im sure the song "Damn" was an incredibly convoluted anthem for a generation of music lovers and is an indication of his superior intellect.

> > WobotToday  08:03 am JST

It looked more like a Satanic ritual than a concert

Depends on what you think is 'satanic'. Yet look at him with that fake crown of thorns, mocking Jesus. Madonna did that crappy stunt while suspended on a plexiglass cross. You don't win an audience of Christians, Muslims, Sikhs, etc. by pulling off such a cheapening trivializing and offensive mockery act like that. Now KL puts on the fake blood to 'stand up' for women's rights just in time for what the Supreme Court did a few days ago. Uh-huh.

DAMN.

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All good but at Glastonbury...preaching to the choir.

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How about rights of people with mental or physical disabilities? How about the rights of children? How about the rights of religious minorities ?

Woke cherry picking at its worst and as very eloquently said by Mr Kipling.... preaching to the converted

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How about rights of people with mental or physical disabilities? How about the rights of children? How about the rights of religious minorities ?

“If you don’t address every single issue in the world all at the same time then you might as well do nothing” - someone who can’t walk and chew gum at the same time.

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