Thursday, April 26, 2007



Vote SNP

Big names back SNP rural manifesto

Scottish elections - expect massive vote fraud
"A total of 433,000 applications for postal ballots has been received - three times more than at the last Holyrood election in 2003... It is slightly surprising that so many people should have altered their voting practice so suddenly: normally such changes take a long time to bed in. Nearly 15% of the electorate in Dundee have applied for postal votes; that is the kind of phenomenon that raises fears and invites speculation. What is thoroughly
alarming is the fact that this ballot-box revolution is taking place in a relatively uncontrolled, even chaotic, environment. Astonishingly and reprehensibly, there is absolutely no mechanism for checking the authenticity of these postal ballot applications." A threat to democracy

Anyone trust The Herald, now under American ownership (Gannett Corporation)? -THE HERALD TO ISSUE PHONEY POLL

Rise in poverty worse than stated The Declaration of Scotstoun 2007


SNP Party Broadcast - Election 2007 - It's Time

"POLLUTION from the Longannet power station in Fife is killing 690 people every year in Europe, making it one of the continent’s dirtiest and most dangerous industrial plants."

Heavy metal is the fallout from burning Scotland's shit - the Scottish sewage scandal no one wants to talk about

Treasury Officials Contradict Brown on Oil

The CIA and the Lockerbie Bomb

The nephew of UK Home Secretary John Reid has pleaded guilty to possessing two offensive weapons... "James McGowan, 18, was arrested last Saturday outside a social club after a fight broke out. Police searched his VW Golf and found a Marksman knife with a Stanley blade attached to it. He also had a telescopic baton stuffed down his sock... The father-in-law of the Home Secretary's son Mark was arrested in November over a £280,000 drug bust. Ronnie Campbell, 47, was charged after a police swoop in Lanarkshire."

John-Reid, Karadzic, Lobbygate, NHS deficits, Commissioner for Standards, drugs

Scottish elections. How will you vote on May 3?
Conservative 4.4%
Labour 4.9%
LibDem 3.4%
SNP 83.3%
Other 4.0%

Expect massive postal vote fraud in the Scottish elections - Police alert on election fraud

Ghost’ voters threaten to skew elections -


Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Vote SNP

Friday, April 13, 2007


"The question we have to answer is: what should we do? The wrong response, often reflected in the rhetoric of Gordon Brown, is to try to cow or bully Scotland into remaining part of the UK through fear of the economic consequences of going it alone. This will not work. First, supporters of independence will always be able to cite examples of small, independent and thriving economies across Europe such as Finland, Switzerland and Norway. It would be wrong to suggest that Scotland could not be another such successful, independent country." - By David Cameron - Scots and English flourish in the Union
The following is taken from:

What nation of the UK, currently administered by the Labour and Liberal coalition, has the biggest oil reserves in Europe but still has 1/5 of its children living in poverty? Scotland.

Donald MacDonald of MacDonald Orr Hotels said

“I very much endorse the views of Ben Thomson [chief executive of Noble Group] that independence is an opportunity not a threat. . . Speaking to many people (not only businessmen), their minds are turning to consider the benefits of independence, where previously agnostic or hostile, and are now recognising that Scotland is underperforming and needs cultural change. Though not a party political animal, I feel that the only way to pursue the self-determination issue is to support Alex Salmond in May” (Herald).

Donald MacDonald, Joint Managing Director of MacDonald Orr Hotels, joint chair of Caledonian Brewery, past president of Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce, Chairman of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, and a board member of the Edinburgh International Festival.

2. And Professor Alistair Dow of Glasgow Caledonian University analysed the SNP’s ‘Let Scotland Flourish’ proposals, compared to Labour’s ‘Building Prosperity’ document. He said:

“By not even setting a growth target, the Scottish Labour approach seems to be dreadfully lacking in ambition. . .

“Many of the [Let Scotland Flourish] policies seem like a breath of fresh air and can, I believe, improve Scotland’s growth rate. . . To me, the ideas in the SNP paper seem viable and vigorous. . . In my view, the policies of the SNP can improve the economic growth rate in Scotland. Let Scotland Flourish could be the first step to not only matching UK growth, but also surpassing it” (Scotsman).

Alistair Dow, Professor of the Scottish Economy at Caledonian Business School, Glasgow Caledonian University.


Sunday, April 08, 2007


"The recent Prescott affair had alerted me to the strange possibility that undercover MI5 officers or agents might have been working as diary secretaries for some senior Labour Party politicians."
"Who were the so-far unidentified group of walkers (or hunters ?) who, we were told, came to Gaynor Cook's aid? If it's not an obvious question, what were they doing on Ben Stack?" Are there people who would like to see Gordon Brown dead ?
CASH FOR HONOURS MP'S SEX ROMP WITH TEEN GIRLS "EXCLUSIVE : CASH for honours whistleblower Angus MacNeil had a drunken three-in-a-bed romp with two teenage school-leavers, the Sunday Mail can reveal."
"Mr Sheridan has... suggested sinister forces from the world of espionage may have been trying to discredit him." Police inquiry after ‘bug’ found in Sheridan’s car
A poll for the Scottish Mail on Sunday shows the SNP party racing into a record 12 % lead SNP sparks Scottish poll crisis for Labour
Would independence work for Scotland? Yes 79.2% No 20.8%
Children of the Tower Block