Monthly Archives: November 2011

Syria Declares Invective War against Scotland

It is a Mad Mad World at times, and you just never know what crazy outbreaks you are going to see next, particularly on the Internet! Early this morning I happened to look at the SNP facebook page briefly, and … Continue reading

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All Ado About Tom

Tom Harris, one of the leadership candidates for the Labour party in Scotland has certainly been busy in the last day or so, giving his opinions and deepest thoughts(not that deep!) to all who will pay him any attention whatsoever. … Continue reading

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Sectarianism (the British Myxomatosis) Part 4

I began this series of articles in the present, before getting in my time machine and taking us back to the 19th century,and then the 17th Century. In this article I am going to press Fast Forward back to the … Continue reading

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Debt and Taxes

The following is an excellent article by David Malone. I suggest you read it to see exactly what is going on in the state of our economy,and the reasons of why the British Government under Labour and now the Condemmed … Continue reading

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The Tonne

Wow thanks everybody!!! The first seven days of this blog has seen 514 individual visitors and 1014 page views!! I am Gobsmacked but grateful! Thanks Everybody, and I hope you all continue to visit. Thanks too for those who have … Continue reading

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Something Borrowed(According to a university study, Scotland and the Basque Country would do well to take their independence)

According to a university study, Scotland and the Basque Country would do well to take their independence Scotland and the Basque Country are the nations that would benefit the most part 24/11/2011 – 11:00 MADRID (Novopress Breizh) – According to … Continue reading

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Sectarianism (the British Myxomatosis) Part 3

Prior to the mass immigration of Irish Catholic and Protestants to Scotland in the late 19th century after the Great Famine in Ireland, there had been a mass emigration in the opposite direction by lowland Scots in the 17th Century. … Continue reading

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