IF you waste around £300 a year on newspapers that make you angry because of the lies, why pay to fuel the lie? I ask everyone to forget the lies and focus on the truth. The National is THE TRUTH of the Scottish voice. At some stage we MUST turn away from the lies, stop funding the lies, and our differences in ‘How Scotland will be free’ and just all get along till we are there. EGO of people can and does hold Countries back. What holds Scotland back are the lies. The National tells the truth, please buy it daily or subscribe here for online reads every day here, lets fund the truth so we can hear and read the truth: https://www.thenational.scot/
I will keep my own opinions short so you the reader can read the story from the National below. Again all we know is below, and all we should know is Freedom is a POSSIBILITY, and one we will have to fight for. Don’t wait on them telling you what to do, and I mean EVERY Politician and Political Party, we the Scottish people are marching in amazing numbers, lets keep this going. Those like me who just can’t get to any march, we have a duty to share the truth, so that is all I am ever going to do. If you have EGO, please stop reading now. I am not here for hits or views, I am here for the sake of our Country. EGO will destroy us. The Vow and the Edinburgh agreement were what Scottish people voted for in 2014, we are having our voices controlled and edited. Lets reclaim our human rights today and set a standard because as we have seen, many voices outwith Scottish borders, Globally are starting to speak for Scottish Freedom Fighters. Don’t let the liars have a word, they are noise, learn to ignore it. Or ignore me and be with EGO. I want Freedom for the same reasons as you, so lets join today. We are all one, lets not divide ourselves. I will share this in 30 places, sadly about 10 don’t share my blog, this is the EGO I am speaking about. We become one and fight, or we stand alone with EGO. Peace out, Shaun
Alba Gu Brath
Link for paid subscribers: https://www.thenational.scot/subscribe/
THE SNP has an “open ear” to a potential second referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union, the party’s Westminster leader has said.
Ian Blackford said that while the SNP’s priority was making sure Scotland could stay in the single market and customs union, the party was “watching developments” over the prospect of another EU vote.
He said a hard Brexit would signal a “clear road map towards a second independence referendum that for me would be the priority”.
“Our priority is to make sure that we can stay in the single market and the customs union,” he said. “We haven’t been arguing for a second EU referendum, we’re of course watching developments as far as that is concerned. We’re not in all circumstances diametrically opposed to that – we have an open ear to developments on that front – but for us it’s the priority of staying in the single market and the customs union that’s most important.”
He added: “I think it is clear that if we’re out the single market and the customs union there is a massive threat to our economy, to jobs, to prosperity and I would say on that basis that there is a clear road map towards a second independence referendum that for me would be the priority.”
Blackford, the MP for Ross, Skye and Lochaber, said that if the UK Government did not listen to the SNP’s “power grab” concerns over its Brexit legislation, then an independence vote could follow and the Scottish Government had a mandate to hold one.
He said: “What I’m seeking to do is to defend the rights of the Scottish people and the powers that they have in their parliament – that is the immediate priority for us.
“Of course I would make the point that if we cannot get the UK Government to listen on this then ultimately we will be having a discussion with the people of Scotland as to how we best protect our parliament. I would argue that independence is the best way of doing that.”
Blackford said the SNP’s membership was still rising, having increased by 7,500 following the party’s walk-out at Prime Minister’s Questions earlier this month.
He said: “We have detected that there is a change in the public mood in Scotland and the reason for that change … it’s about the fact that it is now clear to people that the powers of the parliament are being undermined.”
He added: “We’re not at the moment talking about a timing of an independence referendum. What we have said is that we’ll make a judgment on that once we’ve got to the end of the Brexit process, so we’ll concentrate on making sure we’re standing up for our rights through the Brexit process.
“We will have that debate with the people of Scotland and the economic future of Scotland, but we will only come back to a discussion on the timing of a referendum once we’ve got through the Brexit process.”
MORE LOVE, LESS HATE