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14 hours ago, Ervin H Burrell said:

Looks like it's leaking again.

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I read this article and it follows many of recent times in which McWhirter has sold his journalistic integrity to dance to the right-wing editorial tune of The Herald.  

His colleague Kevin McKenna meanwhile has the best job in Scotland; write basically the same two articles repeatedly thro the year on a 4/1 ratio.  One is a condemnation of the SNP littered with references to 'elites' and cod appeals on behalf of the poorest communities, and the second is basically a regular rant against anyone who does not share his religious indoctrination.

I often wonder how Scottish society would survive without the contributions of these sages.

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31 minutes ago, Clown Job said:

Here we go 

 

No, it stops at the white cliffs of Dover, by Britannia! Beyond this sceptred isle, the moral and political purview ends and the ethnics savages beyond can drown.

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2 minutes ago, Antlion said:

No, it stops at the white cliffs of Dover, by Britannia! Beyond this sceptred isle, the moral and political purview ends and the ethnics savages beyond can drown.

You’ll hear how’s it’s important not to put up a border because we share a small island together and we have a common interest

Of course this argument is unique to our island, they won’t dare discuss elsewhere 

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5 minutes ago, Clown Job said:

You’ll hear how’s it’s important not to put up a border because we share a small island together and we have a common interest

Of course this argument is unique to our island, they won’t dare discuss elsewhere 

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Aye, it’s strange how so many UK nats just refuse to acknowledge the existence of the island of Ireland nor of the issues arising from their Brexit on that island.

But that won’t stop Northern Irish loyalists loving their UK and its masters - no, sir. They’ll just demonstrate that love with pipes, marches, and bonfires. Maybe throwing in the sacrifice of live goats will show them how strong and enduring that love is? They’ll notice that, right? They’ll love them back then, right?

 

 

ETA: Neil Breen! Well done. We could use him and his hacking abilities to expose all that UK National and international corruption that he knows is going on.

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On 23/06/2022 at 09:17, O'Kelly Isley III said:

I read this article and it follows many of recent times in which McWhirter has sold his journalistic integrity to dance to the right-wing editorial tune of The Herald.  

His colleague Kevin McKenna meanwhile has the best job in Scotland; write basically the same two articles repeatedly thro the year on a 4/1 ratio.  One is a condemnation of the SNP littered with references to 'elites' and cod appeals on behalf of the poorest communities, and the second is basically a regular rant against anyone who does not share his religious indoctrination.

I often wonder how Scottish society would survive without the contributions of these sages.

McKenna will also sometimes bring his “Private Schools are destroying the world” article out of hibernation, where he regularly claims he deliberately failed the entrance exam at a certain school in Glasgow when he was of primary school age.

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On 23/06/2022 at 08:17, O'Kelly Isley III said:

I read this article and it follows many of recent times in which McWhirter has sold his journalistic integrity to dance to the right-wing editorial tune of The Herald.  

His colleague Kevin McKenna meanwhile has the best job in Scotland; write basically the same two articles repeatedly thro the year on a 4/1 ratio.  One is a condemnation of the SNP littered with references to 'elites' and cod appeals on behalf of the poorest communities, and the second is basically a regular rant against anyone who does not share his religious indoctrination.

I often wonder how Scottish society would survive without the contributions of these sages.

Jesus. How many folk read The Herald or The Scotsman these days? They must be down to five figures between them surely?

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2 hours ago, Gordon EF said:

Jesus. How many folk read The Herald or The Scotsman these days? They must be down to five figures between them surely?

A quick Google says 16k an 14k respectively but the figures are from 2017 and 2019.

Surprised its that high to be honest.

 

Edit that's print copies obviously. Online will be higher.

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3 hours ago, Suspect Device said:

A quick Google says 16k an 14k respectively but the figures are from 2017 and 2019.

Surprised its that high to be honest.

 

Edit that's print copies obviously. Online will be higher.

Press and Journal's figure is 64k :lol:

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42 minutes ago, Clown Job said:

 

Poor Stephen. All those vitriolic replies from those nasty Nats (the Scottish ones, not the nice UK ones) are going to send him straight to the fridge.

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6 minutes ago, Antlion said:

Poor Stephen. All those vitriolic replies from those nasty Nats (the Scottish ones, not the nice UK ones) are going to send him straight to the fridge.

The only guy whose face was made smaller by a caricature artist fleecing tourists on the banks of the Seine.

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1 hour ago, Antlion said:

Poor Stephen. All those vitriolic replies from those nasty Nats (the Scottish ones, not the nice UK ones) are going to send him straight to the fridge.

With the developments over the last few days, he'll have a Hell of a job getting BoJo out first. 

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3 hours ago, Clown Job said:

 

Yep, looks like the starting gun has been fired right enough. I think if you're saying that democracies round the world deny a referendum and you still argue that's a democratic course, despite it being an accepted part of SNP policy, you're in Humpty Dumpty territory. Any similarities between Humpty and Stephen purely coincidence... 

When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, ‘it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.’

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