One of the most significant Queen & Freddie Mercury fan pages on the whole social media, Freddie_Mrcry, shared a recent video on their account and exposed Freddie’s thoughts on racism.

The fan page remembered the lyrics of ‘Spread The Word’ and this way, they showed what  Freddie Mercury’s approach would be to the murder of George Floyd if he were alive these days.

Here is what’s written on the caption of the video:

“In dedication of George Floyd and all the other black people who are still being treated differently in this world. #blacklivesmatter ✊🏽⁣

I’m gonna tell you there’s no black and no white. No blood, no stain. All we need is one world wide vision! 🌍⁣ – Spread The Word.

It’s also very wonderful to me that this song was originally inspired by Martin Luther King – a man who came up for black people’s rights and sadly lost his life because of it. But he was a hero and made a big change. Let’s hope Martin Luther Kings dream will fully come through one day… ❤️⁣”

An Instagram user named konstantinos_moshonas made the most-liked comment under that meaningful post:

“Thats very beautiful I had never seen that part like the way I see it now. Actually that inspired me to spread a message through these songlines.

We are all one.”

You can check out the post below.

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🖤 In dedication of George Floyd and all the other black people who are still being treated differently in this world. #blacklivesmatter ✊🏽⁣ ⁣ ⮕ “I’m gonna tell you there’s no black and no white. No blood, no stain. All we need is one world wide vision!“ 🌍⁣ SPREAD THE WORD. ⁣ 👉🏽 It’s also very wonderful to me that this song was originally inspired by Martin Luther King – a man who came up for black people’s rights and sadly lost his life because of it. But he was a hero and made a big change. Let’s hope Martin Luther Kings dream will fully come through one day… ❤️⁣ ⁣ #freddiemercury #brianmay #johndeacon #rogertaylor #onevision #queen #queenband #rock #blackouttuesday #georgefloyd ⁣#justiceforgeorgefloyd #blm

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