In an interview conducted by his own nephew and self-published by the singer on June 24, the former Smiths frontman said he saw the Brexit Party leader as a good Prime Minister, but admits that the opinions of most Brits about the good PM may not coincide with his. Dismissing claims he is racist, the singer said that this word has lost its meaning in the modern Britain, where people use it when they want to end a conversation but there is no more argument for further debates. “Everyone ultimately prefers their own race… does this make everyone racist? “ he added. Well, if you prefer any race to any other, than you are a racist, yes. Fortunately, he is wrong in suggesting that all people are like this. “Diversity can’t possibly be a strength if everyone has ideas that will never correspond. If borders are such terrible things then why did they ever exist in the first place? Borders bring order,” Morrissey added. Morrissey is far from a stranger to divisive comments. He spoke against British Muslims in general and London Mayor Sadiq Khan in part, saying that they were not condemning ISIS.