Roger Waters was not always a fan of the internet.
In a 2009 interview with Radio Times, Waters described the internet as a “bait and switch”, and called it a “great distraction” for “people who don’t have a clue”.
But now that the internet is coming to a close, Waters has finally decided that the world needs to get to grips with what the internet’s true nature really is.
In an interview with the New York Times, he said that he was now “really, really, really tired of people talking about it” and that the technology is “very dangerous” and should be shut down.
He also called out Google for not taking any action against the people who are pushing fake news and other offensive material online.
But the internet isn’t just going to disappear.
It is already being used to spread dangerous content, according to Waters.
He said he was tired of being told to “just get up and do it”, and said that if people want to “fight the evil of the web” then they should join the fight against it.