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Alex Salmond blasted over claim that Scotland could declare independence without need for another re

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posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 08:48 AM
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Divied and conquer.... divied and conquer.... so what new laws have the elites past whilst we have been distracted????




posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 09:01 AM
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a reply to: captiva

LOL....



it gives me great pleasure....


I know it does, i can feel your hatred from here.



posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 09:03 AM
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a reply to: bigyin
Scotlands shame right there buddy...Not only do they embarrass themselves with there outdated view points they have embarrassed Scotland on world wide TV.

First Violent Flash Mob ever.

I was there in George/Independence square in the two week run up to the vote, not one bit of violence until Rent a Bigot showed up.



posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 09:25 AM
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a reply to: Soloprotocol

This wee guy tells a different story.

LET’S PRETEND IT WAS A LOYALIST RIOT , PRETEND IT WAS A RIOT
themanthebheastscanttame.wordpress.com...

THE TORONTO SUN
www.torontosun.com...


I was proud of Scotland last week. Proud of a brave, noble, faithful, kind, creative, funny, tolerant, compassionate, strong, bold, defiant people who do not “need” England but “want” England as a partner, and who resisted the false emotionalism and political extremism of so many who urged them to leave the union, intimidated them when they refused and even in some cases used physical violence. A partially blind 75-year-old man distributing leaflets supporting the union was punched in the face; houses with pro-Britain posters were vandalized; businesses supporting the union were promised retribution if the vote went against them.




While many of those who campaigned and voted for independence were moderate, fair-minded people, there was a large and nasty coalition at the hard core of the movement that will not suddenly disappear. Supporters of Irish republicanism, anti-English bigots, Marxist extremists determined to achieve a socialist republic, naïve fantasists obsessed with an imaginary past, thugs who detest all that they see as the establishment.




As was pointed out by some critics, there were some in the Yes campaign who waved Irish tricolour flags and chanted support for an IRA that had killed British, often Scottish, soldiers in Northern Ireland. These weren’t, of course, the majority but there was an extremism and a nastiness that infected way too many of the louder Yes types. Scottish nationalism itself has a troubled past, with some of its founders linked to far-right politics and a refusal to fight Nazism in the Second World War. This while Scottish men and Scottish regiments fought like lions against German and Italian fascism.


I think this is more like the truth of what was happening!



posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 10:11 AM
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originally posted by: DrunkYogi
a reply to: Soloprotocol

This wee guy tells a different story.

LET’S PRETEND IT WAS A LOYALIST RIOT , PRETEND IT WAS A RIOT
themanthebheastscanttame.wordpress.com...

That Bigoted piece of trash says more about you than anything else in particular...Who is this "Man the Bheasts=(Paedophile Catholics) cant Tame".??? Is it that wee brainless Bigot Leggat. or is this your own Blog?......

Thanks for posting though, I would advise everyone interested in Why The Orange Order, The pro Ulster/union Rangers Tribute act supporters are Scotland Shame...Read the Blog so very kindly supplied Yogi "BEAR" here ^^^....Mods Especially.
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posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 11:41 AM
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At this very moment, in a dank, dirty boozer somewhere, amidst beer bellies and bald heads, exposed arms and jail tattoos, a man stands on a cruddy floor surrounded by the right wing propaganda covering the walls like cheap tat. He is gripping a pint of lager, like he’s holding a broadsword, and his clogged arteries are pumping like mad to a heart that swells with pride as he talks to the world’s ugliest barmaid, who keeps picking a spot on her chin. He’s telling the story of how he and twenty other half jaked heroes of the Empire charged into a group of students, middle aged suburbanites and old ladies in Glasgow’s George Square. Later, his mate will tell the courageous story of how he and six of his friends punched and kicked a kid on Buchanan Street, because he was wearing a Yes badge. This already drunk warrior of the flag his father wore will finish his story by telling the assorted horde of how they continued to rain blows on this kid even as he was lying on the ground. The pub will applaud, cheer, and then perhaps they’ll sing one of their party songs. God Save The Queen is a popular one, although more than likely it’ll be Rule Britannia. They really like that one, especially the part about how Britain never, ever shall be slaves. It always gets the old heart going and the feet tapping, especially whilst you are sitting in the dole office waiting to be seen.

Big Brave Men Toronto Sun


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posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 12:47 PM
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a reply to: Soloprotocol

LOL, not my blog but as far as i am concerned i have yet to see the guy print any lies. If you find any let me know!

So anyone that puts a link up is accountable for every single thing written on the linked site? Lol, Did you get your democratic views from Alex Salmond.



posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 12:52 PM
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I am sick of these people and sick of the mentality that drives them on. As a Celtic fan I’ve had a keen interest in them for a long time, as many of them follow the club that plays out of Ibrox, and for decades now they have brought shame and despair to the many, many decent supporters there, who would love to be rid of them once and for all.


I think we can safely rule out any impartiality in this story eh?



posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 01:29 PM
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posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 02:57 PM
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a reply to: Soloprotocol

I fail to see the humor or the relevance!

Korg.



posted on Sep, 27 2014 @ 01:01 AM
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a reply to: Korg Trinity

Alright KT.

The GIF represents a supporter of Glasgow Rangers Football Club. They are called Zombies by Glasgow Celtic supporters. You can see banners in this link with Rangers supporters (Zombies) being shot by the IRA. All a bit sick really but it represents the feeling's of a certain amount of the YES voters. As confirmed in the Toronto Sun.

www.google.co.uk... YQ_AUoAQ

www.torontosun.com...

I really wish we were not discussing these issues regarding the Referendum but unfortunately it is large part of why the Referendum happened in the first place. For instance although the Saltire (Scotland Flag) has recently been waved by Glasgow Celtic supporters at their football stadium the supporters have rejected it for years . It would only be flown on the Main Stand. The flags that is usually displayed at Celtic Park by the supporters is the Irish Tricolour. They support the Republic of Ireland and Irish nationalism yet for the Referendum they suddenly switch to the Saltire and pretend they are real Scottish loving types.

As i have already mentioned, there are plenty of people that do not understand what is really happening in Scotland. The NO voters aren't particularly happy with UK politicians but where not prepared to let in terrorist loving extremists. That is the truth of the matter. Personally i don't support the Queen and her family but i was (for the time being) prepared to suffer in the hope that together the British people can change the place or the better.

Celtic supporters discussing the Scotland Flag

www.bbc.co.uk...

Tricolour (Irish Republic Flag) at Celtic Park

www.google.co.uk...



posted on Sep, 27 2014 @ 03:59 AM
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a reply to: DrunkYogi
Ahh, 24 hours later and a seriously distorted view on the referendum from a bigoted perspective...Classy.

I really wasn't expecting an answer until 28 days later if i'm being honest.


And as for you statement..



I really wish we were not discussing these issues regarding the Referendum but unfortunately it is large part of why the Referendum happened in the first place.

YOU are the one who brought religion and sectarianism into this debate.

Here..



Said like a true Catholic!


and Here..



There are many people on this site that will not know the underlying sectarian reason for a large amount of YES voters in Scotland. Unfortunately for you i am not one of them!

And as for the "Underlying sectarian reasons for a large amount of Yes voters in Scotland"...It's all in your head.

Most of my friends are protestant, some Rangers supporters and they ALL voted yes. now that surely must be a brain melter for you.
After the shameful scenes on the Friday my Friend, (lets call him Billy) a lifelong Rangers supporter, was so disgusted he chucked his Rangers gear in the bin....Surprised he hung onto it all this time though after winding up order..must have been a keepsake.
Now maybe you would like to educate us all on the Zombie link both above and below.



And i'm done with this thread.. Independence is a shoe in for Scotland. it's about getting the timing right. 45 and counting.


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posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 01:47 PM
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a reply to: Soloprotocol

Yes, i did bring the issue of Sectarianism up, who said i didn't?

I'm finished with this discussion, i can't be bothered by your nonsense anymore.



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