Category Archives: Scottish Independence Referendum

SNP’s Groundhog Day

NOTHING CHANGES By Kenny MacAskill Groundhog Day! The local elections have been and gone but what’s changed. South of the border the Tories took a pasting, but Johnson clings on, tottering but more from internal Tory discontent than an external … Continue reading

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An SNP Letter

THE UNBEARABLE ODDNESS OF THE SNP A colleague received a letter from the SNP delivered to his family home. It said they were asking “friends and family” to vote 1 and 2 for SNP candidates and “for no other party”. … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk of Independence

Although this site sustains respect for the output of Glasgow’s journalist Kevin McKenna, even his disagreeable opinions, he has seen fit to block access to his work, effectively cutting off his nose to spite his face. I have no idea … Continue reading

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Scotland’s Enemies

On learning the SNP was resurrecting its independence referendum campaign, BBC Scotland was up a ready with the counter-argument. Unlike the slothful, arrogant SNP these last seven years! ‘Call Kaye‘ a faux participation exercise, in which whatever you have to … Continue reading

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BBC Propaganda

The video was made some while ago, but is as relevant now as when it was when produced. The announcement by the Tory party that the BBC annual fee will end in 2027 is probably more to save Boris Johnson’s … Continue reading

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The Devo-Max Carrot

A week of the old Devo-Max carrot swung before us saw any number of unionist commentators leap on the bandwagon, followed by people who prefer compromise that leaves them where they started. It instructed the podcast site ‘Scottish Prism’ to … Continue reading

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Three Passionate Experts

At the end of last year a question and answer conference was held in the pleasantly snug Fraser Centre in Tranent, which for the tourist’s guidance, is on the East Lothian side of Edinburgh, the event organised by the industrious … Continue reading

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A Referendum Fail

There is mounting unease among informed independence supporters over the thought of another referendum on Nicola Sturgeon’s blind faith. The Yes camp keeps hearing rumours of a referendum rout, snatching at half-verified words like a hungry dog at scraps of … Continue reading

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Scotland’s Stolen Oil

There is little need to add lengthy comment to the Times article published today that makes plain what has been known for years, Labour’s clandestine plans to steal Scotland’s oil by moving maritime boundary lines, and disseminate falsehoods of a … Continue reading

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Referenda Franchise

At least four million Scots were displaced from Scotland owing to the chronic lack of economic opportunities in their own land, often helped to abandon their country of birth by United Kingdom state ‘incentives’, such as the Empire Settlement Acts. This is a grand method … Continue reading

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