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286 thoughts on “Independence Meeting Tonight

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  • Robert Crawford


    That link you provided won’t open on my computer and I would love to watch it.

    I am a fan of both men.

    I hope you are right.

    The past is History,
    The Future is a mystery,
    Now is a gift,
    That is why it is called The Present.

  • Alcyone

    Robert, good one, haven’t heard it before.

    Try this link and then enter ‘Allan Anderson’ in the search bar after clicking the video ‘button’

    Let me know happy to help further.

    Btw, new post by Craig–we’re having a few laughs…

  • Robert Crawford


    What goes around comes around.

    It is a while since I laughed so much,– laughter is good medicine.

    Cameron has to go if this is true.

    But, they have so much brass in their neck’s a “blow” torch would not mark it.

    Now I am going to try your “links”. (In Scotland, links are sausages!). Ha Ha Ha.

  • Robert Crawford


    I am going to have to leave it for the moment, will try later. Thanks for your efforts and good wishes.

    It is helpful.

  • giyane


    “God went to the Arabs and said, ‘I have Commandments for you that will make your lives better.’

    The Arabs asked, ‘What are Commandments?’
    And the Lord said, ‘They are rules for living.’

    ‘Can you give us an example?’

    ‘Thou shall not kill.’
    ‘Not kill? We’re not interested.’

    I am getting reports from the media in Kurdistan that the victims of the Hungarian lorry found dead in Austria had had body parts removed.

    I know some people are very very dim, but this country, the UK , US and Israel have created Islamic State to disgrace the good name of Islam. helped by Alcyone.

  • haemoglobin


    There is no useful quote or reply facility here (that can display a cascade or thread of replies/quotes, making it much easier to follow a to and fro conversation) either in the small print or elsewhere.

    An argument along the lines of they can invite who they like , while technically correct, serves very limited use as a justification for who they did invite. We don’t get much information from the poster/flyer Craig posted on here, but I would have hoped that any “Scotland One Year On Public Meeting Debate” would provide a broad-ish spectrum of pro-independence opinion. Certainly the pro-independence meetings I attended before the referendum had speakers from the Greens, Socialists and even Labour for Independence in addition to the SNP and genuinely independent speakers. I and many others would have been appalled if “Yes” meetings were limited to SNP politicians and supporters.

    In my original comments regarding this meeting I questioned the SNPs ability to recognise or work with other organisations that also have a pro-independence stance. They published Scotland’s Future, and defined the arguments upon which the independence referendum was fought. This failed to work last time, and could fail again. If we are to win independence in Scotland some time soon, the SNP need to listen to the thoughts, ideas and concerns of the broader yes movement. The SNP don’t represent all of us, they don’t have the knowledge, judgement or political strength to go it alone, and it’s not just themselves they’ll screw it up for if they try.

  • Robert Crawford


    That’s it working now.

    I can have a feast of knowledge later.

    Thanks again.

    Your jokes are very funny. I do like a good laugh.

  • Alcyone

    Glad to know Robert, and you’re very welcome indeed!

    Yes, a feast of knowledge….soak it up into your DNA and that, in addition to the laughs, is in fact the best medication.

    With every good wish.

  • Alcyone

    Dave many thanks for your reply on a much earlier thread where I had referred to String theory.

    btw I couldn’t get that holographic Girl link to work. Would you mind posting it again please?

  • Trowbridge H. Ford

    Don’t your love Lord Sewel aka Sewer, a Labour peer, and one-time leader of its standards committee, getting away with snorting coke and cavorting with prostitutes while getting a handsome sum’

    Really beats pig sticking!

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