CM – Winston Marshall leaves Mumford & Sons so that he can speak « freely » about politics


Winston Marshall announced that he has left Mumford & Sons so that he can speak « freely » about politics without negatively influencing his bandmates.

The banjoist who was forced to retire from the band After praising a book condemning the destructive rise of the Antifa, he published an essay on Medium detailing his decision to leave the Little Lion Man group by saying that he “loved himself « Censor » would « undermine my sense of integrity. » « When I talk about what I’ve learned to be such a controversial topic, it will inevitably cause more trouble for my bandmates, » said Marshall, 33 . “My love, loyalty and accountability to them cannot allow that. I could stay and continue to censor myself, but that will undermine my sense of integrity. Gnaw my conscience. I already felt that beginning.

« The only way forward for me is to leave the band, » he continued. « I hope that if I distance myself from them, I will be able to express my opinion without them bearing the consequences. »

Marshall claimed that when it came to his political leanings, he was « between ‘centrist’ and ‘liberal. » ‘or the more honest’ Biss das, a little bit ‘ »floats, but after his now deleted tweet, which advertises » Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy « , he felt himself » falsely « stamped.

 » I did not foresee that my comment on a far-right book could be interpreted as an endorsement of the equally heinous far-right, « he declared.

 » Nothing is further from the truth. Thirteen members of my family were murdered in the Holocaust concentration camps . My grandma survived unlike her cousins, aunts and uncles. She and I were close. My family knows the evils of fascism painfully well. To put it mildly. Calling me ‘fascist’ was sometimes a pain in the ass Incredibly ridiculous. ”

Although a previous report claimed that the band – which includes Marcus Mumford, Ben Lovett and Ted Dwane – gave him the boot, Marshall praised them for supporting him after he did came under fire.

« Despite the pressure to shut me down, they invited me to continue with the band. That required courage, especially in the age of the so-called “demolition culture”. I apologized and agreed to take a temporary step back, « explained Marshall, adding that he later regretted the apology because of its importance.

 » I also feel that my previous apology was a little part of the lie is that such extremism does not exist or, worse, is a force for good, ”he wrote.

Marshall finished writing by telling fans that he would continue his work with Hong Kong Link Up, and said he was looking forward to « new creative projects and speaking and writing on a variety of topics, as challenging as they may be. »

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