Monthly Archives: September 2014

‘The Betrayers’ – a BBC Drama Series

History teaches us that it was always going to be a Scot who betrayed his country. In the event we got two, Gordon Brown and Alastair Darling. Two. Is that what people mean when they say Scotland always punches above … Continue reading

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Democracy – Westminster Style

  The entire No campaign was conducted in the most heinous, abusive, mendacious, and threatening lines possible, aided and abetted by the British press and media. That corrupted, monstrous process does not constitute democracy. It’s neo-fascism. To cap it all, … Continue reading

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Scotland – Going, Going, Gone

We sold our country a second time. People voted out of fear thinking No meant nothing changes, but it means the opposite: paying for more weapons of mass destruction; surveillance on citizens by government as part of normal life; approving torture and … Continue reading

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Choose Free Will, Choose Hope

  What honest man would work against the interest of his own family? What man would attempt to keep his family captive? What man would lie and lie, and lie again to his family to fool them as to his … Continue reading

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The Flaky Character of Deutsche Bank

  Like the emperor alien in Tim Burton’s spoof sci-fi movie, ‘Mars Attack,’ a well-dressed, well-fed ‘spokesperson’ for the Deutsche Bank suddenly appeared on our television screens this week dislocating normal programmes. Unaccountably, he spoke to the bemused multitude in impeccable English, warning … Continue reading

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Brown, Labour and ‘New Powers’

  Well, now, I’m truly confused. Are you, dear reader? Either way, the No camp is suffering a split personality. Like countries with a two-headed eagle as national emblem they don’t know which way they’re going. Brown tells us he … Continue reading

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The Panamanian Pound

  I have lost count of unionist politicians and their puppets tell us us that, since they deny Scotland sharing the pound we helped build in value as part of a union, we’ll be forced to choose ‘sterlingisation,’ that is, … Continue reading

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