Fly tipping you say, give it a few years under Salmon and we’ll have refugee camps stationed all the way along the border and UN planes dropping grain onto the streets of Edinburgh whilst the Supreme Leader of Scotland gorges himself on the souls of his subjects (deep fried of course).Posted 5 years agoprojectMember
Be a massive toys out of pram moment, on the 19/9/2014, when they realise only the ones with SCO on the back of their cars and stupid little tartan teddies and the rest of the inhabitants didnt bother or voted againtst something called devolution, when evolution hasnt reached some parts of scotlandshire.Posted 5 years ago
I think Salmon has all the makings of a Mugabe – start of vaguely sane, prosperous country etc. Then go barking mad, round up all the land owners and turf them out – plant mars bars in all the fields and watch the country deteriorate whilst blaming the English for everything…Posted 5 years ago
Definitely not a skin colour issue footflaps. While Mr Salmond, with a d has many flaws he won a free election fair and square, His party do not intimidate voters nor do they discriminate on ethnic, or religious basis. As for turfing out( some at least) landowners…. I would vote for that 🙂Posted 5 years ago
Obviously I am being facetious, but FYI Mugabe was democratically elected to power in 1980 – for the first few years things were pretty normal (for Africa).Posted 5 years ago
At the end of the war in 1979, Mugabe emerged as a hero in the minds of many Africans. He won the general elections of 1980, the second in which the majority of black Africans participated in large numbers (though the electoral system in Rhodesia had allowed black participation based on qualified franchise). Mugabe then became the first Prime Minister after calling for reconciliation between formerly warring parties, including white Rhodesians and rival political groups.RockploughMember
Anyway if we can get away from this ad-hominem nonsense, I’ll be voting yes. It’s a absolute no-brainer.
whatnobeer: Don’t have to steal back something when you’ve already stolen it. http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2012/01/scotlandengland-maritime-boundaries/Posted 5 years agoconvertSubscriber
Thought about this the other day – I reckon it’s going to be very close. And that worries me as I’ve always considered myself British. Born in Scotland but with some English blood, married in Scotland and my mother lives there but spent the majority of my life in Wales and England where I live now. I also sound totally English. If we go our separate ways I think I’ll loose my sense of identity.Posted 5 years ago
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