C'mon! Be honest! Did you ever imagine yourself saying of anything uttered by Alex Cole-Hamilton, Jackie Baillie and/or Murdo Fraser, they've got a point?Holyrood committee chief faces rebellion over Alex Salmond inquiry I started my day with the above comment on a report in The National about the three individuals named objecting to Linda Fabiani … Continue reading Hypocrisy and other shite
To preserve the integrity of the homeland, the imperialist mindset is to always fight wars on someone else's territory. That is why empires expand.
Ours is not an anti-Tory campaign. It is an anti-Union campaign. To lose sight of this is to forget the whole point and purpose of the Yes movement.
There is no 'Scottish Labour Party'. There is only the British Labour Party. The entity calling itself the 'Scottish Labour' is, in fact, 'British Labour in Scotland' (BLiS).
... the purpose of Section 30 of the Scotland Act 1998, is to afford the British Prime Minister the legal authority to unilaterally and arbitrarily alter the powers of the Scottish Parliament. So much for the 'most powerful devolved parliament in the world'!
Imagine you were talking to a couple and asked the woman's opinion on something only for the man to respond on her behalf. What would that suggest about the man's attitude to the woman? Would it suggest an attitude of respect?
For all Partick Harvie's fine words, the tremulous vacillation and pathetic submissiveness exhibited by Ross Greer reminds us that there is only one political party that is, by virtue of its binding constitution, unequivocally and unconditionally committed to the restoration of Scotland's rightful constitutional status - the Scottish National Party. Whilst all support for the … Continue reading To kneel? Or to stand?
Once again, David Cameron's first instinct is to deliver a contemptuous slap in the face to the people of Scotland.After the referendum, it was talk of English votes for English laws (EVEL) and his decision to arbitrarily impose conditions on delivery of the infamous "vow" signed up to by the British parties in the panicky … Continue reading Scotland’s voice