Cancel culture always BITES BACK: Neil Young once told Rolling Stone he didn’t want to see a “faggot” with AIDS handling his groceries



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(Natural News) If tyranny and censorship is what musician Neil Young wants for Joe Rogan, then he must also face the music for what he said to Rolling Stone‘s Melody Maker back in 1985.

It was during the height of the AIDS epidemic that Young blasted homosexuals, blaming them for the spread of AIDS and expressing disgust at the idea of having to interact with them at the grocery store.

“You go to a supermarket and you see a faggot behind the f***in’ cash register, you don’t want him to handle your potatoes,” Young stated at the time.

These statements are far more “offensive” than anything Rogan has ever said, and yet Young’s music is still on Spotify. One wonders: Should Young be banned from Spotify just like Stew Peters was?

Even U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy called for Rogan to be censored for spreading “misinformation.” Should Young also be banned for spreading “misinformation” about queers and AIDS?

Neil Young is a self-unaware hypocrite casting stones inside a glass house

Even though Rolling Stone claimed, as of 2013, that Young has long since abandoned “right-wing politics,” there is no excuse, if the Left is going to remain consistent with its doctrines, that Young should be allowed to continue making money on Spotify or any other Big Tech platform.

Young tried to make up for his 1985 statements about homosexuals by writing an anti-George H.W. Bush screed in 1989 called “Rockin’ in the Free World.” He also was one of the most vocal critics of son George W. Bush during the early 2000s.

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Perhaps this was penance enough, in the eyes of some liberals, to cleanse Young of his un-woke sins. Or perhaps he still needs to be held accountable for breaking the cardinal sin of exclusion and “homophobia?”

“People are funny, especially the self-righteous,” wrote one person in response to the news about Young’s past anti-homo statements.

“I would actually prefer a clean, sane person handling and bagging my food than this filthy geriatric despot,” wrote someone else about Young.

Almost nobody on Twitter or anywhere else online had anything positive to say about Young, who is clearly a hypocrite casting stones inside a glass house.

“Don’t forget that ol’ Neil sold 50 percent of his music catalogue to the Hipgnosis Songs Fund, which is half-owned by Blackrock, which also owns Pfizer,” pointed out another about how Young has a vested financial interest in supporting the government’s plandemic narrative, which Rogan put on blast.

“You don’t think the owner of the music commanded the artist to do something nefarious like support censorship, do you? Follow the money, always. It comes down to that pretty much in every instance of silliness we are seeing in clown world today.”

“He wasn’t wrong about AIDS,” suggested another.

An op-ed recently published by the Financial Post denounces Young for maintaining a false persona of being a “fan of freedom,” not only for his Rogan-Spotify stunt but also for denying the freedom of oil workers, tech executives and big banks.

The 76-year-old wants to kill off all fossil fuels, it turns out, even though an untold number of lives would be devastated by such a move. He infamously called on Barack Hussein Obama to halt the Keystone XL pipeline.

Young also opposes the impact of Alberta’s oilsands on the Canadian landscape, comparing them to the dropping of the nuclear bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, in 1945.

“He was just listening to Fauci back then as well,” commented someone else about Young’s AIDS commentary from the ’80s. “The good doctor misled everyone on the AIDS virus.”

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