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  1. Nelson Mandela. ...violent past, turned politician, freedom fighter ? Martin mcguiness....violent past, turned politician, terrorist?
  2. corrupt vanity projects, stealing money from the public again, how can social policies be vanity projects?
  3. sh1t,i agree with labour..... lol, the Dug, taken a stranglehold in Scotland, and now BLiS polling behind the Greens on 14%
  4. http://m.huffpost.com/uk/entry/uk_58d002d3e4b0ec9d29ddc9ba?
  5. Yeah so just any snp policy in your eyes. I did expect AWPR or Queensferry to come up, something tangible and physical, that can be seen by the general public as they go about their business. I've never heard normal social and economic policies being called vanity projects.
  6. Still to hear what just one of these "vanity projects" is? secrecy bill, named person bill, removing uni funding from the poorest scots to fund free places for eu residents, berlin office etc...... erm what? please explain what you think "vanity" means? Just any policy of the SNP?
  7. http://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/england-s-idea-of-unionism-is-not-shared-in-the-rest-of-uk-1.3017660#.WNDBUzUU194.twitter
  8. Still to hear what just one of these "vanity projects" is?
  9. Scotland are going for Scotref, Sinn Fein making similar sounds since their election, as is Leanne Wood. 3/3 on my predictions there. Sturgeon doesn't have the bottle or support 0/2 there for woody She's just grandstanding, May should let her get on with it - 0/2 for wooley.
  10. but unlike the eu Vs uk, in which the eu wanted to remove full power from the uk. westminster has not removed any powers since scotsgov was started Westminster allowed power to move to the EU and the UK still had the power to veto any changes. Whilst no power has been removed from Scotland I get the impression that the Scottish population have very little time for a Tory government. the veto's run out soon, eu are going for majority voting tories have gained massively in scotland just behind the snp now.... Tories are on 22%, SNP on 47%. You've been told this already.
  11. ms krankie has not got the bottle or the support ms krankie has not got the bottle or the support Nor, in fact, the stupidity. She's just grandstanding. May should tell her to get on with it. So anyway, we started this two months ago. fatshaft 3 - 0 woolley & woody
  12. Or, talking about their policies maybe? When you get this level of patronisation, no wonder the Yes movement gets bigger and bigger. You want other voices, well just listen to them. The Green party, Business for Scotland, Labour for Independence, and even, yes, Conservatives for independence.
  13. Nope, but they are the govt of Scotland, and along with the Greens have a majority in the Scottish parliament for Indy, and they have a mandate from the *Scottish* people 'ffs'
  14. but the snp state that it would take 18 months to leave the uk, so for it to be seemless and fit with the snp policy it would have to be now, otherwise they have no plan of joining the eu 2022 seems fine for indy2, but the uk should get to vote now if it wants to continue to pay for the racist snp..... Grow up. just like the snp, no plan and speak bile Really? I'm "too thick". We're (despite all evidence to the contrary) "racists", we're "twisted", that's just on this page alone. Yet asking you to debate like an adult is "bile".
  15. but the snp state that it would take 18 months to leave the uk, so for it to be seemless and fit with the snp policy it would have to be now, otherwise they have no plan of joining the eu 2022 seems fine for indy2, but the uk should get to vote now if it wants to continue to pay for the racist snp..... Grow up.
  16. I watched Nicola Sturgeon's speech on Twitter yesterday from the SNP conference in Aberdeen (oh the wonders of Periscope™). She made a lot....and I mean a lot...of promises of what she/they were gonna do. Each promised received rapturous applause. Each promise referred to tens and tens of £millions. It was one of the most well received political speeches I have heard in a long time. But like all good parties, and I mean boozie parties, the day after the night before is going to be the realisation. I mean, where the fuck is she going to get all that money from (Westminster?). And where are all the people in the world she invited to her country going to live/work/rest/play. The woman is a fucking nutter. And I think the day after the night before there will be quite a few Scots agree. "The woman" is the most able politician in the UK. Has run rings round May this last week.
  17. What in the name of christ are you on about? I already debunked your falling pll lnumbers in the Mayhem thread. Yet still you repeat this garbage? Davidson's apologists polled LESS than Thatcher in the last Scottish elections,
  18. Have you been asleep? then please show me when may has said never? The point in Theresa May's farce, is that nobody is saying there should be a referendum"now", yet that's all she parroted on Friday. Aye thanks Theresa, 1. Ye hinna been asked 2. Nicola Sturgeon was very specific in when she thinks one should be. Why do you parrot "now"?
  19. The most popular leader in Scottish politics is Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Conservative leader, who has a net approval rating of +18. Theresa May has a rating of -10 among all Scots – rising to +17 to those who voted against independence in 2014. Nicola Sturgeon, the SNP Scottish first minister, has an approval rating of +16. Kezia Dugdale, Labour’s leader in Scotland, has a net approval rating of -16. http://labourlist.org/2017/03/scots-back-the-union-with-corbyn-given-56-approval-rating-in-scotland/ labour propaganda Labour propaganda that shows the mooth & Nicola popular, and the dug and Corbyn unpopular? Aye right enough.
  20. Glasgow rules - that doesn't happen. Don;t know where you're getting this. The Scots NHS isn't failing, no Junior Doctors strike, A&E figures 13% points ahead of Wales & England NHSs. There's no waiting time scam. all of my claims are going on, your just to thick to see it.... "you're" "too"
  21. The most popular leader in Scottish politics is Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Conservative leader, who has a net approval rating of +18. Theresa May has a rating of -10 among all Scots – rising to +17 to those who voted against independence in 2014. Nicola Sturgeon, the SNP Scottish first minister, has an approval rating of +16. Kezia Dugdale, Labour’s leader in Scotland, has a net approval rating of -16. http://labourlist.org/2017/03/scots-back-the-union-with-corbyn-given-56-approval-rating-in-scotland/
  22. Gotta love this attitude. How dare a country want to look after itself. Like India, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or the USA. Not backed down on anything. They've said, as they've said all along, that they were looking for discussion and input into the Brexit mess, it's been ignored. Section 30 is on Tuesday, Mayhem is going to be put to the test.
  23. Glasgow rules - that doesn't happen. Don;t know where you're getting this. The Scots NHS isn't failing, no Junior Doctors strike, A&E figures 13% points ahead of Wales & England NHSs. There's no waiting time scam.
  24. your lack of knowledge on glasgow rules, the massive failings in the scots nhs and the snp's vanity projects, show you need to get out of the snp' echo chamber and see whats really going on..... Glasgow rules - I have NEVER heard this term, again, care to explain what you mean? As someone recovering from open heart surgery, I have nothing but praise for our NHS, as do most Scots. Care to post your comparable figures showing otherwise? Vanity projects - again, so you say, some examples?
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