Benjamin_Nevis Posted January 2, 2020 Share Posted January 2, 2020 On 01/01/2020 at 04:32, The_Kincardine said: Very creepy indeed - though I'm struggling to think which is creepier: The melt with the fleg or the existence of state-funded religious schools. Almost certainly, the former. Mind you, given that most posters on here want to build walls against the English it is entirely fitting that they have no issue with building walls between wee Catholic weans and wee non-denominational weans. Welcome to the land of wall-building xenophobic arseholes. 3 hours ago, The_Kincardine said: The parallel is that of separation. The current Scottish Gov wants to separate the country and also invests each year in separating groups of children from each other. They are two facets of the same divisive mindset. Pointing this out doesn't make me a bigot - though I know you know this. The flags in my avatar lately have been of countries where Rangers players have connections. Examples include St Lucia, Colombia, Croatia and, now, Northern Ireland. Since Andy King has left we don't have a Welsh connection. 2 hours ago, The_Kincardine said: Not really. The same attitude shown in two policy areas by the same administration constitutes a connection. I mentioned 'bigot' to save me replying to various other posters. 2 hours ago, The_Kincardine said: So the desire for separation in two aspect by the same organisation is not the same attitude? How does that work? 1 hour ago, The_Kincardine said: Ethno-nationalism and religious separatism are pretty damned similar, both are endorsed by the current Scottish administration and both stink. As I said in my original post, both involve building fences between people. Literally, in the case of schools in Scotland. 1 hour ago, The_Kincardine said: Of course it is not of their creation but, 10 years in, you'd expect them to address it but they won't as it's part of their separatist mindset to keep it going. 1 hour ago, The_Kincardine said: Yeah. Everyone who thinks weans should sit next to each other in school irrespective of their religion or none is a disgusting bigot. 1 hour ago, The_Kincardine said: Addressing the issue of the Union is politically difficult but they manage that no bother. 1 hour ago, The_Kincardine said: Sure... 1 hour ago, The_Kincardine said: Why? This current Holyrood admin is committed to dealing with thorny issues. Why not address one that is a societal blight and a fiscal drain? 1 hour ago, The_Kincardine said: The financials are worth mentioning in so far as it certainly costs more to have separate schooling. The most significant point is that Holyrood should not be in the business of building walls between weans and in promoting any religious ideology. The most obscene act of education policy in Scotland in recent years is the notion of shared campuses. That it is still being proposed is shameful. 42 minutes ago, The_Kincardine said: Astonished that you're using the two wrongs make a right argument. 28 minutes ago, The_Kincardine said: Imagine thinking that me proponing the idea of secular schools had something to do with Rangers. 17 minutes ago, The_Kincardine said: Then, as all of our discussions end up with angels on a pin head reductio ad absurdum, we're best parking it. Meanwhile your diddy pals continue to rage about Rangers. Ooft. This *** is definitely not OK 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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