Monthly Archives: August 2014

Orwell and Nationalism

  I am bloody fed up with the malicious British press, our sloppy ‘status quo forever’ media, and Labour naked in bed with brutal neo-con Tories, all holding hands with puerile, pig-ignorant internet trolls, misquoting George Orwell’s views on nationalism. Orwell did not say, … Continue reading

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Ten Fallacies Scotched

  Now is not the right time for independence. People and politicians have said that for decades. It’s never the right time. Therefore, logically any time is the right time. When we witness the braying and mock desputes, when we … Continue reading

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The Architecture of Violence

 The Devil himself has probably redesigned Hell using the shenanigans observed of the House of Commons and its inhabitants. It is clear they think a plebiscite on Scotland’s future will allow the common people the right to full democracy. This has … Continue reading

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A Fart in the Wind

  I had the misfortune to read an offensive piece of journalism recently written by Jonathan Jones, entitled, ‘Why Scotland should follow its art and not vote for independence.’ Jones is one of those bold critics that seems to assess … Continue reading

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