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29 minutes ago, Henderson to deliver ..... said:

I enjoy our interactions m8.

I hope you do too.

Lukewarm so far,  which is better than most! I always find you Hibs fans are the most eager to have a little dig at the Rangers men, it's cute. 

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10 minutes ago, Gordon EF said:

"Sensible majority" is one the gammoniest phrases kicking around I'm afraid.

You are by far one of the biggest gammony Karen's on here, stop fronting...

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15 minutes ago, Day of the Lords said:

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Ouch. 

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1 hour ago, MixuFruit said:

The flat refusal to multi quote and hyper-literal parsing reminds me of someone else but there isn't enough mention of £12billion.

Not everyone's an alias you people would put Stalin to shame with the paranoia

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3 hours ago, Stormzy said:

You are by far one of the biggest gammony Karen's on here, stop fronting...

The plural of Karen is not Karen's btw.

@Gordon EFis, though a normal Natter.  Driven by identity and grudge.

They are all the same.

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The plural of Karen is not Karen's btw.
[mention=672]Gordon EF[/mention]is, though a normal Natter.  Driven by identity and grudge.
They are all the same.
Driven by identity? That's rich.

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7 hours ago, NotThePars said:

Not everyone's an alias you people would put Stalin to shame with the paranoia

Read this as "Stalin is Pandarilla" and fell out my chair at the revelation tbh

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I once upon a time made a thread in this forum asking no voters to convince us all that voting no is the right thing to do. After all, the onus is on them to do so seeing as the sensible majority have voted for a party who’s primary goal is to deliver Scottish independence in the past few elections now.

Stormzy’s main reasons from what I’ve seen are:

- I’m content with the way things are and
- it was a once in a generation vote

These are piss poor reasons for arguing the case of the Union. It’s especially bad that this is all Stormzy came armed with when he entered this “cesspit” to tell everyone they were having a “circle jerk” (lol).

Lots of growing up to do for the wee man.

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I once upon a time made a thread in this forum asking no voters to convince us all that voting no is the right thing to do. After all, the onus is on them to do so seeing as the sensible majority have voted for a party who’s primary goal is to deliver Scottish independence in the past few election



When did the SNP get a majority of the vote?

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49 minutes ago, Lex said:

 

 


When did the SNP get a majority of the vote?

 

 

Why does anyone have the power to do anything at any level.  Are you arguing that no party has the right to do or change anything in the absence of a majority of the vote? 

If independence minded parties secure a majority of seats at the next election on a mandate which includes a referendum then said referendum should be legislated without further argument. If you disagree with this then every major decision by any UK govt over the last 80+ years has no mandate behind it. 

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He didn't specify SNP.


Sorry, when did pro independence parties get a majority of the vote?

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Why does anyone have the power to do anything at any level.  Are you arguing that no party has the right to do or change anything in the absence of a majority of the vote? 

If independence minded parties secure a majority of seats at the next election on a mandate which includes a referendum then said referendum should be legislated without further argument. If you disagree with this then every major decision by any UK govt over the last 80+ years has no mandate behind it. 

 

I never said anything of the sort. The pro independence parties got 46% of the vote in Scotland in 2019. 45% for the SNP and 1% for the Greens.

 

The pro union parties (everyone else) got 54% of the vote. Of course due to a quirk of the FPTP system and the fact that the independence vote converges around one parry whereas the union vote is split three ways this means we sent 48 nationalist MP’s to Westminster and 11 union supporting MP’s.

 

The point is that to claim that a majority of Scottish people vote for independence supporting parties is patently false.

 

That 54-46% figure is scarily close to a certain poll in 2014...

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Apology accepted.


The greens are such a stumbling, fawning irrelevance that it’s easy to forget they exist tbf.

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7 hours ago, The_Kincardine said:

 

They are all the same.

Something you and yours pals are more often to be heard claiming about ethnic and religious minorities.

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