Monday, May 21, 2007

Tartan Day



"It would appear that this general unease amongst Lib Dem members and supporters isn’t solely isolated to up north but throughout Scotland... The Scottish party is doing Ming’s bidding so he can get a job for himself with Brown. Vote Lib Dem, get Labour (and a job for Ming) is hardly a message to inspire support." - Lib Dem supporters are revolting

The Liberal-Democrat leader opposes a coalition with the SNP. It is time to SACK Menzies Campbell. A majority of Liberal Democrat supporters think Sir Menzies Campbell should be replaced as party leader, according to a poll. - Call for Lib Dems to replace leader
"According to Tomlinson, the former leader of the UK Liberal Democrat party Paddy Ashdown was an officer in MI6." - The spies control the leaders of the political parties?



"While I welcome Alex Salmond's commitment to a judicial inquiry into my daughter's case, can I suggest the remit be widened to provide a total examination of the problems within our justice system as advised by that case, the Lockerbie inquiry and prosecution, and the many other cases where justice is seen to have failed us..." - Remit for inquiry


"Like the balloting in Ukraine, the U.S., Scotland and Mexico, Sarkozy's victory was marred by angry, widespread complaints about dubious vote counts whose discrepancies always seem to favor the rightist candidate." - The Globalization of Electronic Election Theft

Alleged vote fraud in France and Scotland. "Get rid of and destroy fake vote machines...Turnout in the French election was 85%. With large turnouts historically favoring the left in France, the exit polling and actual polling were at odds with the turnout - an indication of massive election fraud. Similar polling irregularities were experienced in recent elections in Scotland, Wales, and England."Election volée (en anglais)

Labour's Neil Kinnock has had been paid £33,000 as a director of the firm responsible for the faulty vote-counting machines in Scotland. Kinnock's £33000 job with computer firm in poll fiasco the Daily ...


Who were the enemies of an independent Scotland? "Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, Jack McConnell, Menzies Campbell, The Daily Record, The Scottish Sun, Sir Alex Ferguson, Tesco, we have beaten them all." News of the World win it for the SNP?

"IN LONDON, there were rumours that Sir Menzies Campbell, the Liberal Democrat leader, had been putting pressure on Mr Stephen not to do a deal with the SNP, and that Gordon Brown was looking for Lib Dem help in stopping Mr Salmond." Weekend of plots, intrigue and a twist - the inside story

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