The group - For Britain - was mentioned briefly in the interview released earlier this week on his Morrissey Central site. For Britain is described as a "far-right" group founded by "anti-Islam activist" and former UKIP hopeful Anne Marie Waters (Morrissey has supported her in the past). Even Nigel Farage has called Waters and her supporters "nazis and racists", though ex-EDL leader Tommy Robinson is apparently a fan. Last year The Times suggested the group was planning to fill the void left by the BNP.
Now, in his new letter, Morrissey has torn away all pretense and is fully advocating for the group.
"There is only one British political party that can safeguard our security," Morrissey writes. "That party is For Britain... do not be influenced by the tyrannies of the MSM who will tell you that For Britain are racist or fascist - please believe me, they are the very opposite! Please do not close your mind."
"Labour is hopelessly naive," Morrissey says. "Theresa May’s policies have turned Britain into a international target. The BBC has closed down. The Loony Left is concerned only with victim culture. For Britain will keep British society together. Violence is not the way forward. There are many problems in modern Britain that have become too large for Theresa May to deal with - mostly because she created them in the first place. The press appear to deal only in fashionable outrage; inflammatory and unjust comments against any new party that threatens the same old bloody pointless two-party system."
"This is my last political strike. No wish to upset anyone!" he says. "But the time has come to fight, and Labour and the Conservatives have their backs to the sea."
Among For Britain's policies are an "end [to] the Islamisation of the UK" and a pledge to "protect British culture".