Monthly Archives: May 2012

R&R

As I am about to head off on a weeks R&R today, and I wont be making any fresh posts during that time. I thought I would leave you with a little thought. After almost daily Howls for over a … Continue reading

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So You want to be Independent? Pass It On.

On a number of occasions folks have raised their concerns with me about the sort of articles I and others write not reaching the wider public. I am only to well aware of the limitations which I and other supporters … Continue reading

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A Lesson from Iceland

The following has been spread round the Internet, and It Is a Lesson for the people of Scotland should we care to listen? There is much more to it of course, but for those who actually take the time to … Continue reading

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Capital Sense

Yesterday was a somewhat perplexing day, as word filtered out about the discussions between the parties in the aftermath of the results of the Council elections on Friday. The interpretations spun about the results by the BBC and Unionist supporting … Continue reading

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Red,White and Blue

Red,White and Blue are the colours of the British Union Jack. But what do the colours signify in this day and age? Blue: Stands for Tory Market Capitalists Red: Stands for Labour Market Capitalists and White? Well it stands for … Continue reading

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Taking the Proverbial

Alan Cockrain of the Telegraph has been talking pish again! In fact he rarely does otherwise in his embittered column in that paper. The Bearded one shows all the irrational fixation, bitterness, malice,and hostile stalking behaviour of a rejected unrequited … Continue reading

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Independence V Dependency Parties Council Results

It has been confirmed by the SNP today, that the SNP along with having the most council seats,and having gained more seats than any other party since the 2007 election, have also had the biggest share of the vote. The … Continue reading

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