Miley Cyrus: “I Think a Lot About Politics”

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Miley Cyrus has something to say everyone – yep – she’s talking again. Miley is now trying to fight all of the bad stuff in the world with her music. Like a tongue-baring Powerpuff Girl, Miley hopes to combat the negative elements of our society (although her actual action plan to do so seems extremely vague) and she admits she often thinks about “politics” a lot – deep dude. Miley commented:

 ”I think a lot about politics. Despite the fact that it’s the 21st century and America is so proud of being a free country, sometimes incomprehensible things happen in our society. There is racism and discrimination. I fight against that. I demand more tolerance, especially for homosexuals, who of course should be allowed to marry.”

In the same interview, Miley gives Hannah Montana one final blow to the head by saying she isn’t interested in being an actress because the entire concept is pointless to her:

”I’m just not passionate about acting, because I don’t like to pretend to be somebody I’m actually not. Why should I put on strange characters? I prefer to show my true colours as the real Miley Cyrus.”

The singer adds that she is afforded a certain freedom to grow in the spotlight and she wishes others could experience that:

 ”I’m not exactly a normal citizen. My profession allows me to run around however I like. Wild outfits or crazy haircuts are not taboo for me. After all, I work in the entertainment business, which I feel is a huge plus, simply because in this profession I can develop freely with no trouble at all. I’m also completely convinced that every young person has the right to get free of whatever’s restricting them. Which is why I encourage everyone to go for self-fulfillment.”