The Aftermath Of The Referendum Press Statements To Be Retained For future reference.

The aftermath of the referendum brought with it a number of press statements which need to be retained ready to hand for future reference. BBC biased coverage of the Scottish Independence Referendum criticised. With no exit poll isn’t there a democratic deficit? http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/sep/18/scottish-vote-no-exit-poll-democratic-deficit I feel for all those for whom the yes campaign brought hope.Continue reading “The Aftermath Of The Referendum Press Statements To Be Retained For future reference.”

The Referendum – The Queen – Her Think Carefully Slip- The Government- The Hypocrisy – The Reaction of 1000 Scots

One of the most controversial events in the course of the referendum campaign was the intervention of the Queen on the eve of the vote. Her unwelcome involvement had been carefully orchestrated by the Government and partners in the Better Together team comprising the Unionist parties who were concerned that the Scottish electorate were indeedContinue reading “The Referendum – The Queen – Her Think Carefully Slip- The Government- The Hypocrisy – The Reaction of 1000 Scots”

Disgraced Ex Assistant Metropolitan Commissioner Bob Quick – His and Gordon Brown’s Participation In The Damian Green Whistle-Blower Witch-Hunt Fiasco – No Mention Of Computer Porn

            July 1985; Gordon Brown, “The Leaker” Sets The Standard For Jim Murphy And Fellow Labour Politicians To Follow During his long years in opposition Brown became a regular conduit for publicising confidential documents leaked to him by civil servants and he was admired for the way he could putContinue reading “Disgraced Ex Assistant Metropolitan Commissioner Bob Quick – His and Gordon Brown’s Participation In The Damian Green Whistle-Blower Witch-Hunt Fiasco – No Mention Of Computer Porn”

George Osborne – Man – Mouse or Tory Rat – The Man Who Would Be King

October 1 2011; George Osborne: from the Bullingdon club to the heart of government When George Osborne was 17, he took part in a school debate on nuclear disarmament. He was then an A-level politics student at St Paul’s in London, one of England’s leading public schools. On the day of the debate, a crowdContinue reading “George Osborne – Man – Mouse or Tory Rat – The Man Who Would Be King”

1914-1918 World War Disaster-Role of the Generals

The Son of former BBC election night star Peter Snow, Dan was hired to be the public face of the celebrity better together campaign, (as he has previously for other high profile campaigns.). He is married to the fabulously wealthy Duke of Westminster’s daughter, Lady Edwina. Their families enjoy the friendship of the five richestContinue reading “1914-1918 World War Disaster-Role of the Generals”

The 1707 Act of Union, Scotland & England (A Recap)

The 1707 Act of Union, (A Recap) Although ruled by one monarch, (from 1603 – 1707) England & Scotland remained to be separate countries, each with their own Parliament’s. There continued to exist a deep seated lack of trust between the 2 Nations. The Scots were fearful, (reflecting on the fate of the Welsh NationContinue reading “The 1707 Act of Union, Scotland & England (A Recap)”

The Unionist Partys Perceive Scottish Women To Be Politically Weak-Vacillating and Easy To Manipulate and Deliver Their Strategy Accordingly – It Worked in 2014 and the Poor Deluded Fools Havn’t Tumbled Us Yet – They Think!!

          In the final days of the 2014 Scottish independence referendum the pendulum finally swung in favour of  a “Yes” vote. Just as it appeared that the Westminster state funded campaign of media manipulation, disinformation, frighteners, celebrity love bombing, world political leaders support and the “ace in the pack” intervention ofContinue reading “The Unionist Partys Perceive Scottish Women To Be Politically Weak-Vacillating and Easy To Manipulate and Deliver Their Strategy Accordingly – It Worked in 2014 and the Poor Deluded Fools Havn’t Tumbled Us Yet – They Think!!”

Lib/Dem & Nuclear Weapons

Nuclear and the inconsistency of the Lib Dem’s For as long as I can remember the position of the Lib Dem’s and over half the parliamentary Labour party has been that Trident should be discarded, in favour of an expansion of conventional forces. They were also adamant that the UK would remain to be aContinue reading “Lib/Dem & Nuclear Weapons”