Category Archives: Scottish Independence Referendum

Destroying Scotland

Regular readers know I take great pains to write informed and informative articles and essays, the latter as well researched as I have time to spare or can read my foxed notes of yesteryear. Empirical evidence is the best way … Continue reading

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Corrupting Education

There is renewed interest in the efficacy or otherwise of removing charitable status from Britain’s private schools, (also known as independent schools) many of them in Scotland. There origins lie in wealthy Victorian philanthropists following the philosophy of John Stuart Mill … Continue reading

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Scotland – Now What?

A long sentence: From listening to people bemused by an SNP intent on saving England from self-harming rather than saving Scotland from getting shackled for decades to come, SNP energy is squandered not preparing Scotland’s electorate for the benefits and … Continue reading

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Iceland – In Control

This essay follows on from the previous one relating how Iceland tackled and beat the Great Bank Heist – see footnote – its crooked bankers and politicians, Gordon Brown and the might of the corrupt British state. The text of this week’s … Continue reading

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Iceland’s Crimefinder General

When the Royal Bank of Scotland got caught out in its race to be the biggest bank known to the galaxy, too cocky to undertake due diligence on acquisitions stuffed with toxic sub-prime debt, I joined others in calling for heads … Continue reading

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The Ruling Class

The howls of anger and derision that greeted Back Door Boris on his visit to Edinburgh to meet first minister Nicola Sturgeon were deliciously reassuring. So too was reading articles penned by well-known British opinion makers, hitherto happy to accept … Continue reading

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Stealing Democracy

Boris the Boor’s rise to power proves my thesis deadly accurate, the mediocre will always promote the mediocre because that’s their personal standard. They feel comfortable surrounded by people similar to themselves. Given authority, they can be lethal to a … Continue reading

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