Category Archives: Scottish Politics

Salmond v Book Authors

The former first minister, ALBA Party leader, and champion of Scotland’s rights, here refers to a new publication that quotes flaky evidence from women complainants discredited at his trial, a trial in which he was exonerated from all accusations. Comments … Continue reading

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Scotland in the 21st Century: 10

In his final paper, his summation, from his book, ‘Doun-Hauden: The Socio-Political Determinants of Scottish Independence’, Professor Alfred Baird discusses ways and methods to achieve genuine and full independence. This has been a hot potato ever since the current purblind first minister … Continue reading

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Fooling the People

Hard to find an Indigenous Person, (a Scot) or a newcomer, who is not wondering what the Scottish Government is doing prancing about madly waving gender bender laws at us, pushing mass misogyny as a creed for Scotland, while the … Continue reading

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Civil Service Scumbags

We would not normally quote from the Sun newspaper, one of Rupert Murdoch’s slagging rags, but in this instance the newspaper is quoting from government documents obtained under Freedom of Information rules (FoI). They throw light on the depressing extent … Continue reading

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SNP Cannibalism

Frankly, I know little of SNP office bearers. I’ve never collected chewing gum football cards either. I am more interested in the vision. When a member those short years around the Day of Damnation, 18th September 2014 (we are in … Continue reading

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Scotland in the 21st Century: 9

In his nineth paper from his book, ‘Doun-Hauden: The Socio-Political Determinants of Scottish Independence’, Professor Alfred Baird discusses ‘self-determination’, the routes to a return of self-reliance, and why a referendum will most likely be defeated again while we live in an increasingly colonised … Continue reading

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A Hundred False Dawns

How hard it is to view the SNP-Green pact as anything less than a grubby, wet handshake in the back of taxi. “But you’d applaud if it was an SNP-ALBA deal”, screamed a let’s-be-fair expert on fence sitting. The retort … Continue reading

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Brain Binding

This article is published for its measured and thoughtful arguments, and also by the kind permission of the author and the magazine ‘The Critic’. TOTAL DUMMIES by Susan Smith Two years ago, in June 2019, Shirley-Anne Somerville, then Cabinet Secretary … Continue reading

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The Whitewash

Convinced by mounting evidence of Right Honourable Alex Salmond MP’s innocence, his trial not less than constructive entrapment, lawyer Gordon Dangerfield QC has followed events assiduously ever since. He publishes his analysis as regularly as things develop. In his paper … Continue reading

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England’s Deceit

On the day Scotland is told we are a sad, poverty-stricken nation via the fraudulant GERS (Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland figures), an annual festiva of humiliation paid for by Scots, let us look at what ruling India cost the … Continue reading

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