Westminster call Nicola “Most Dangerous Woman in UK” How long till it’s you and I?

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Someone said in a thread in a Scottish group “If the government propaganda keeps up we Scots will soon have wear saltire arm bands and get a number tattooed on our arms and there will be no way will I be taking a public shower About this article I did below, even worse was from Paddy Ashdown 2nd article down. So our media have been accused of acting like “Nazi Germany” and an old used Politician who is irrelevant said “The SNP are coming south to burn Westminster, Like Balkan War” Am I alone in thinking things could get bad? As in, way worse than words and bad press?


‘UN Human Rights Chief’ Compares UK Media to Nazi Propaganda



Paddy Ashdown: SNP coming south to burn Westminster, Like Balkan War! – Shocking Remarks!!



To be honest these thoughts have crossed my mind. Westminster have said a LOT…

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The end of Britain as we know it

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Stunning piece here by Anne Applebaum from the Washington Post. Some good points, the Britain we all know has gone, Scotland will get home rule or more, my only worry is does Scotland have more than 50%? Referendum 45% voted YES. General Election 2015 saw 50% on the money vote SNP. Check here: http://shaunynews.com/2015/05/10/scotland-do-have-enough-votes-to-be-free-we-need-more-than-50/ We truly need more Scotland, but I suspect in 2016 we will finally clear the decks to a free Scotland, or a path to one. Thoughts?

Columnist May 10 Via: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-end-of-britain-as-we-know-it/2015/05/10/1c82b4ea-f716-11e4-a13c-193b1241d51a_story.html?hpid=z5

This election will be remembered as the one that rescued the career of David Cameron, the British prime minister, who was publicly contemplating his own exit from politics only two months ago. It will also be remembered as the election that abruptly ended the career of the Labor Party leader, Ed Miliband, who had confidently carved his electoral promises onto…

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