Showing posts with label scottish referendum. Show all posts
Showing posts with label scottish referendum. Show all posts

16 Sep 2014

Comedian Frankie Boyle talks about Scottish independence

Rifkind is saying we'd be more vulnerable to terrorism if we vote YES - wrong again sir, SNP plan to spend MORE not less on Scottish defence

With defence spending  increased - the SNP state Scotland have its own defence forces and would inherit and maintain our military bases and regiments.  We would continue to work in partnership with other nations. <snip>  Our defence profile [] be similar to neighbouring nations such as Denmark, Sweden, Finland or Norway.  Scotland’s contribution to UK defence spending is around £3.3billion. Experts from the Royal United Services Institute have confirmed that this would be more than enough to support a defence force that could be “extraordinarily good” by 2030. The UK Government only spend around £2 billion of the defence budget in Scotland. The SNP advocate a defence budget of £2.5 billion – less than we currently contribute, and more than is currently spent. We would get rid of Trident nuclear weapons from Scotland, saving money that could be better spent elsewhere.  *if you think we'll back down or lose, ever, no matter what, you have another think coming


15 Sep 2014

London Assembly just received this


                                             Monday 15 September 2014


Dear Jenny Jones, Stephen Knight, Gareth Bacon, Darren Johnson, Tom
Copley, Caroline Pidgeon, Murad Qureshi, Fiona Twycross, Andrew Boff,
Nicky Gavron and Victoria Borwick,

Please support Scottish independence. Farmers have nothing to fear.
Identity support of Scotland will increase English and Welsh prosperity
too. This can only be of benefit to all.

New challenges to our legal system can only be welcomed too


Aye!


Yours sincerely,


Elizabeth Lucye Robillard

13 Sep 2014

Why 'Hacked off' can pheck off somewhat and why I love the Daily Mail (and Rupert Murdoch)

People say nasty stuff. They get rejected and jealous and resentful. That's no reason to gag the swine (not my first choice of noun) After all, any eminently sensible person will tell you 'there is NO such thing as bad publicity'. Well.There is when it involves dead or missing children,yes. I guess if 'Hacked Off 'were focused on campaigning for good manners and FAR better defamation and fraud laws, I'd be more of a fan of Hugh et al. Being harassed and bullied is no fun for anyone. Being gallant stretches to lost kids though, repressed and scared people and other oountries in trouble, as well as delicate film stars. Rupert Murdoch is doing some thinking and it's a hunch, he is going to support Scottish independence as well as UKIP - great minds! Good for you cobba - all the best from Kangaroo valley - awaiting imminent demolition from saffa eejeets (owners of the capricious and stupid 'Common Purpose' and now our Earl's Court!)  Murdoch is rumoured to be supporting UKIP and Scottish independence too - hope so, for the sake of all that is right and just

Scotland - why YES is vital

I know some of the world's most beautiful and influential (and wealthy) Scots. They share something in common. Sense. Can assure you they've thought about all possible implications and problems they may encounter with the EU. With her global friends, most notable for me, Australia and Italy - they cannot fail. There is no room for failure. If the results are wrong, we will try again later. Much as I adore UKIP, they do have it wrong on the Scottish independence issue. Scotland can and will do more for England and tourism, than any other political party in the history of the world. The most effective lawyers and innovators are from her lands and the wisest, wealthiest and most innovative, dwell within. So YA trugarez (Breton for 'yes, thank you') More reasons why to vote OCH oui -Piketty agrees
flag of Scotland

8 Sep 2014

Scotland

SIGN IN A STORE WINDOW.

'WE WOULD
RATHER DO BUSINESS WITH 1000 AL
QAEDA TERRORISTS THAN WITH ONE
SINGLE BRITISH SOLDIER!'
This sign
was prominently displayed in the window of a business in


CAMPBELTOWN,
SCOTLAND
.

 
You are probably outraged at the thought of such an
inflammatory statement.

However, we
are a society which holds Freedom of Speech as perhaps our greatest
liberty.

After all,
it is ONLY A SIGN. You may say.

'What kind
of business would dare to post such a sign?'
 

Answer:
A FUNERAL
PARLOUR.


(WHO SAID
MORTICIANS HAD NO SENSE OF HUMOUR?)

YOU GOTTA
LOVE IT!!!

 God Bless Scotland