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6 minutes ago, The_Kincardine said:

 

I am not the one who moaned about your pathetic ethno-nationalist putsch being derailed by non-Scots.

Given that our compatriots with continental heritage were told that voting for Scottish Independence would mean a schism between them and their kin, only to be betrayed, I feel that logic and shared values would stop them making the same mistake again. As I think many of our integral and valued English born citizens would do. As for expats in Buckinghamshire, who cares? You and Sean Connery will just have to cancel each other out.  

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1 hour ago, The_Kincardine said:

the Scottish Republican Army.

Magic,sending the undertakers to busby's door for a fitting, he couldn't pack his bags quick enough fecking shite bag.

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16 minutes ago, The_Kincardine said:

 

I am not the one who moaned about your pathetic ethno-nationalist putsch being derailed by non-Scots.

Instead of making shite up about what no marks on the internet post.....

Maybe you should confront why you are happy to stick up for a state whose government are actually really ethno- nationalist.......

ie....Get a [email protected] grip o yersel min.

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19 minutes ago, git-intae-thum said:

Instead of making shite up about what no marks on the internet post.....

Aye, like San Andreas, it's my fault.  Take the simple option and blame the outlier.

The big barrier to independence is the small-minded, xenophobic and increasingly militant Natters - just as we saw on the thread this evening.

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3 hours ago, The_Kincardine said:

The big barrier to independence is the small-minded, xenophobic and increasingly geriatric, militant, Mail/Express-reading, gaberdine-clad, worried, self-servant pretend Spitfire crews - just as we saw in the comments section of every national newspaper, every day.

FTFY.

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4 minutes ago, ancientnoise said:

FTFY.

Glad you're on the ball chap.  Those, "gaberdine-clad, worried, self-servant pretend Spitfire crews" are the nasty b*****ds who may well scupper Indyref2.

BTW what is wrong with Gaberdine - apart from it rhyming with a shite football team?

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Can someone go and check on Git-Intae-Thum please. He fairly lost the plot last night. Delicious.

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14 hours ago, Malky3 said:

The UK economy continues to be one of the richest in the world. The economy has continued to grow defying predictions of extreme doom and gloom by both the Prime Minister and his Chancellor at that time of the referendum. And we have record levels of employment all around the UK. Many economic experts predicted a rocky road after the Brexit referendum outcome, and yet despite all of the political instability and uncertainty which would have undoubtedly prevented businesses from investing in the UK all our vital signs remain extremely positive.

If we exclude the fact employment figures are massaged by the increase in zero hour contracts, the increasing numbers of working poor, the massive increases in wealth inequality since QE went into hyperdrive in 2008, the hugely increasing levels of personal debt in the same period,    and completely ignore the link I previously provided that gives several examples of where QE really hasn’t had the impact it should have, I agree, everything looks extremely positive.

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All the unionists twats saying that a vote would be a resounding no right now, many people saying it's swung to yes.

I have an idea, let's have a referendum and find out. If Brexit hasn't swung it enough and another 5 years minimum Tory rule, then put it to bed for the foreseeable future.


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8 hours ago, Malky3 said:

The SNP are using general election vote results and Scottish Election vote results as their case for saying they have a mandate for Indy Ref 2 so that's why I've gone down the route of showing that they don't have any mandate at all even under their own terms of reference .

I agree with you though Oaksoft - there are plenty of people I know who voted SNP who would not vote for Independence and there are certainly some Labour voters who would. 

Yes and they are wrong to do so because it invites the obvious comparison you've just made.

Both sides are just wrong on this.

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1 hour ago, Stellaboz said:

All the unionists twats saying that a vote would be a resounding no right now, 

There's only one twat that I see on here.

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Not sure about that logic - plenty of people voted for the tories to their own personal benefit and probably feel bad about how the tories treat the least able to defend themselves, but it's not like they get to squirm out of bearing some responsibility for the latter.

SNP are the party of independence, if you vote for them, you're endorsing them prosecuting that cause.

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1 hour ago, Stellaboz said:

All the unionists twats saying that a vote would be a resounding no right now, many people saying it's swung to yes.

I have an idea, let's have a referendum and find out. If Brexit hasn't swung it enough and another 5 years minimum Tory rule, then put it to bed for the foreseeable future.

 

I seem to remember a similar suggestion concerning changes on brexit sentiment. Obviously a great idea but will be ignored by the controllers.

Indy supporters will be frustrated for many yeras to come. I also envisage Westminster rowing back on the devolution already gained.

But it's a stone cold certainty that big fucking Ben will bong for the brexit.

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There's only one twat that I see on here.


Given your rantings I don’t think it’s truly limited to one, is it?

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3 minutes ago, Dons_1988 said:

Given your rantings I don’t think it’s truly limited to one, is it?

 

All of my rantings have more than a grain of truth...

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