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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    I just think this is a show of f@ck all which will lead to f@ck all.

    What wil come of this. The referendum is already been a no. Are they by law allowed another one? Im nae too clued up

    Advice if there is another one get rid of Lou Ferigno. She is a horrible dislikeable *******. I would vote aye if there was a new een but alot wont because of her. Just a wee sh@tehead. I dont know a single person who likes her and Salmond was the same, equally dislikable but a bit bigger Just an idea.

    Get Buc in charge he seems affa nice and passionate
    Here's a weird thing; a referendum vote is about how you wish your country to be run.

    Personality voting is for BB and such like.

    Remember, if Scotland ever gets to become independent, you get to directly choose who and what party gets to run it.

  2. #22
    Alex Salmond was possibly the best politician in my lifetime.

    Totally beyond me why some people didn't like him but I suppose if you're a strong personality then that's what happens.

    Absolutely essential that we stay in the EU

    I've never believed for one minute that they would actually leave.

    Biggest danger now is that they won't lose face and somehow let a ridiculous fudge exist for a few years before they go crawling back asking for full membership.

    It'll be without their famous rebate though which will teach the b'astards right.

  3. #23
    Nicola Sturgeon does seem to attract some irrational hatred from folk. My parents absolutely despise her but they’re not really sure why.

    Feel free to list her crimes & we’ll see how that compares with the Tories. How does having a bad hairdo compare to disabled benefit claimants getting f*cked over for their money? Or selling off the NHS?

  4. #24
    NHS isn't being sold off, I think we would have noticed if it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donsdaft View Post
    I've only one word to say to you Pacman min.....Cantons.

    Anyway, c'mon the SNP

    Bugger up their archaic stupid bloody parliament and parliamentary procedures until they crawl back into their pathetic English fascist shells and leave us to be a proper part of the EU without them.
    It's hard to disagree with that post I'm angry with that Westminster parties they treat Scotland and the SNP with contempt .
    Even that Tory Mundell mocks it's not funny anymore it's disgusting.
    I'm furious after watching that behaviour today .

    Vote on independence will happen next year .

    Oh and Nippy was voted most influential woman in Britain ahead of the queen .
    The SNP are there for Scotland our country.
    The rest are there for the union some people are programmed to hate through main stream media .they are at it every day they work for the London government as does the BBC .

    I will never let Westminster fool me I want a country free of wars and nuclear weapons anyone who thinks Scotland can't manage on our own needs educated on what we have in this country.. most countries would bite off their own hands to have half of what we have .
    We have it all and Westminster want to keep its disgusting theiving hands on it they won't let go easily .

    Oh no they won't they will play every dirty trick in the book to keep it the MSM are their friends

    The union ain't working it's sinking 1.9 trillion in dept not because the SNP made bad decisions it's because Westminster are clueless .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    I just think this is a show of f@ck all which will lead to f@ck all.

    What wil come of this. The referendum is already been a no. Are they by law allowed another one? Im nae too clued up

    Advice if there is another one get rid of Lou Ferigno. She is a horrible dislikeable *******. I would vote aye if there was a new een but alot wont because of her. Just a wee sh@tehead. I dont know a single person who likes her and Salmond was the same, equally dislikable but a bit bigger Just an idea.

    Get Buc in charge he seems affa nice and passionate
    Lol thank you Pac nice to be complimented.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Jupiter View Post
    NHS isn't being sold off, I think we would have noticed if it was.
    Not up here it's not but it is down south. My wife is a GP and worked down south so has plenty of friends in that business.

    Obviously you won't see it as you are too busy getting worked up about Nicola Sturgeon.

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo1983 View Post
    Not up here it's not but it is down south. My wife is a GP and worked down south so has plenty of friends in that business.

    Obviously you won't see it as you are too busy getting worked up about Nicola Sturgeon.
    Who's buying it then?

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Jupiter View Post
    Who's buying it then?
    Virgin and other insurance/health care providers.

  10. #30
    I don't feel particularly oppressed by Westminster* itself.

    I feel oppressed by out-of-control capitalism, embraced wholeheartedly by nearly all political parties in the UK.

    * good boy, Rover

  11. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    I genuinely dont know anyone who likes Nicola "lou ferigno" sturgeon. Even yes voters and SNP voters.

    Shes a rabid ****

    Bucs my champion.

    Im oot of here anyway. Place is a shambles

    Hop Suisse
    Bizarre, seeing as she's incredibly popular.

    Regardless, there was many who said they voted NO because of Salmond. The attitude of the retarded. You're jeapardising your whole country's future due to your dislike of one temporary politician? Nutbags anyone with that view.

  12. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by 57vintage View Post
    I don't feel particularly oppressed by Westminster* itself.

    I feel oppressed by out-of-control capitalism, embraced wholeheartedly by nearly all political parties in the UK.

    * good boy, Rover
    I tend to agree & im no cheerleader for the SNP but surely we’ve got a better chance of addressing that without Westminster? I always thought that we faced the same problems all over the UK but England has gone a bit tonto over the last few years

  13. #33
    I was going to jump in and say that i cant stand Sturgeon, but then i cant stand most politicians. I have voted SNP my entire voting adulthood, yet i would be reluctant to just now purely because i cant stand the woman. What i need to remember is im voting for the party, not her, but she really does get on my tits.

    The alternatives however are much worse to be honest and in comparison to Teresa May, she is a f*cking goddess. May has to be one of the most detestable PM's in British Political history. C*nt of a woman.

  14. #34
    I'm not sure Teresa May actually exists.



    Nicola, although looking like she has been drawn by Dudley D Watkins, at least has an intellect.

  15. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by Mason89 View Post
    I tend to agree & im no cheerleader for the SNP but surely we’ve got a better chance of addressing that without Westminster? I always thought that we faced the same problems all over the UK but England has gone a bit tonto over the last few years
    It's the happy clapping 'we're this, we're that, wha's like us?' false hubris (it's all insecurity, due to bottle-feeding and tiny cock dimensions) that gnaws at my sporran.

    "Wha's like us?!!?" "Er...most other people, probably".

    In fact, I don' think that there's a homogenised, identifiable 'us'.

    Borders are just drawn where the last pair of aristo robbers drew up their cannon fodder peasant armies when they decided they'd thieved and pillaged enough and needed to go back to their fiefdoms and start kicking the same peasants again without the risk of a scabbard in the throat or buckshot up the arse..

    And I'd define myself in a dozen other ways before I even consider nationality, Scottish or British.

    Divide and rule as usual.

  16. #36
    Aye aye, but if we're ever going to break up the nation states then we have to start somewhere.

    Day -1 ( well maybe day 2) of Scottish independence I'll be looking to break away from Glasgow.








    Go on 57 min, get yourself an SNP badge.

  17. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    Will it happen though? Is it as easy as just calling another one?im away to move to Switzerland.Quiet, beautiful, scenic, Bern which is amazing, a giant seat in Geneva, dogs playing with dildos in gigantic bodies of water, mental fitba hooligans (FC Zurich and Grasshoppers) and 750 breweries, rapid trains on time, chocolate, None of this political sh@t. Just batter on with life

    Oh aye and tax dodging
    That used to be ma plan of action years ago but I'd settle fir anywhere hot these days just dinnae fancy living in this basketcase damp sodden nation when I am an auld git

    Maybe Managua Pacmin I could Surf Nicaragua mair chance awf them reaching a World Cup an all

  18. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by donsdaft View Post
    Aye aye, but if we're ever going to break up the nation states then we have to start somewhere.

    Day -1 ( well maybe day 2) of Scottish independence I'll be looking to break away from Glasgow.








    Go on 57 min, get yourself an SNP badge.
    Independence for Aberdeen is a great idea, we could be a tax haven like Monaco or the Cayman Islands, but with worse weather.

  19. #39
    Nah nah

    Independence within Europe


    I'm going to have to try and sort it out in the next lifetime though because I'm running out of time in this one.


    It would be kind of nice not to go backwards though.

  20. #40
    EU is doomed, min. Look what's happening in Italy.

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