Brexit means England will stand alone, Ireland will be united and Scotland will be a nation again

Fidelma Cook.

I am sharing this as many can’t read from the source:

NOT that long ago I wrote about living with a constant low-lying swirl of rage and irritability. It was, of course, to do with Brexit and, if anything, it has got worse, becoming a silent scream of impotent angst.

You may say, rightly, that I have too much time on my hands to scour the internet, read all the papers, tune in to Parliament live, and you’re probably quite right.

Two English friends, in favour of Brexit although living in France, were here the other day and, in different circumstances, it could have come to blows.

I am beyond rational discussion in the face of ignorance, for that is what I hear when confronted with tired cliches, demolished week after week.

In fact I am beyond stating a case for staying within the EU; if anyone cannot see beyond the charlatans peddling a right wing coup, then hell mend them.

Give me one, just one, positive case for leaving the EU and I will listen to you. Hello? Anyone there? No, because there isn’t one.

I am beyond being calm, measured, understanding. I have no empathy with those who are set on a course to destroy their own country in the ludicrous terms of ‘sovereignty, taking back control, will of the people.’

Usually when on a rant, I semi-apologise that I am viewing all through a telescope from another country.

And it’s true, as I’ve said time after time; I’m no longer linked into the nuances, the pub talk, the flow of the country I left behind.

I’m not in tune, or discussion, with the many people I knew or met daily or listened to in overheard chats, overheated arguments.

I admit I sit, a silent watcher, crouched over a Mac, trying to make sense and gather thoughts via social media and websites.

But today I’m not apologising any more. Life ‘back there’ doesn’t cease because one lives in La France Profonde. If anything it intensifies.

Particularly when Brexit is about to destroy so many lives in this/your country, and the one that is mine now for the immigrants who have made it so.

Distance, the telescope, whatever, actually casts the cold eye and makes one sit back in shock at all that is taking place.

Distance makes me appalled and saddened, deeply saddened, at a Press that is often partisan, not forensically detached.

Distance makes me pick over every argument and find the Brexiteers not only wanting, but shameless in their headlong rush to create a lie.

This week I watched live as Parliament ‘debated’ the amendments sent back from the Lords. Debated? Hardly, with two days to do so.

Perhaps after all my years here I have become a little foreign – a little questioning in my appreciation of democracy in action.

During the first devolution debate I reported for the BBC from the Palace of Westminster. That is a tale to be told for another day, but let me say I was shocked and often disgusted by all I witnessed there.

When, with instinctive journalistic verve I wanted to report certain facts, I was warned off in no uncertain terms. Told that was how things were.

And told that I couldn’t expect airtime and not to be so naïve about life in the House.

A touch enthralled about being in the centre of power I acquiesced and convinced myself that my nightly Reporting Scotland reports were honest at least. And they were.

I closed my eyes to the rest.

So, I was not surprised in a way to watch the jeering and hissing over the amendments that came before the House last week.

That’s what they do, although, since the introduction of cameras, they have become a touch more circumspect.

And then, we had the non-discussion of Scotland’s devolved powers and an arrogance and disdain that led to a walkout.

I have said, many times, in this column that I do not feel it right to discuss Scottish politics.

But there comes a moment.

I found the disrespect in the House towards Scotland and its representatives beyond all acceptable behaviour. And, like many commentators I believe that was the day the fight for independence took a giant leap forward.

On display was all the contempt that England has shown over and over again to its neighbours. Some of the statements made about Ireland and its border issue have been breathtaking in the ignorance and insensitivity of those making them.

By the end of this debacle England will stand alone, Ireland will be united and Scotland will be a nation again.

I hold no political allegiances, have never and will never take membership in any party, but were I in Scotland and asked to vote in an independence referendum, I would not hesitate.

While the English Government peddles hate and closed doors, all I see coming from Scotland is inclusion and social care.

I see a country looking to a future, a future in Europe, not a past founded on race memories of a colonial shame.

And I would say cut yourself loose – run for the hills while you can. The ship is sinking but you don’t have to go down with it.

The time has come






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EU Referendum – Did you get this in the post today? Sturgeon & Cameron Videos #UDI?

20160510_112357Nicola Sturgeon and Cameron views in video below, Nicola mentions NEW REFERENDUM here. Just this second, alright I lied, 10 minutes ago; we got this through the letter box. Reasons we should stay in Europe with Auld Liz’s name on it. Cameron wants to stay in Europe although he has changed his mind like the Scottish weather. But Cameron has many in his party wanting to remain, Boris Johnson being one from the top of my mind. If Scotland vote to stay in but IF England, Wales and Northern Ireland vote to leave the European Union am I correct in thinking there is something in our new devolved powers that suggests if, as a devolved nation we vote to stay in the EU, the SNP could enact Unilateral Declaration of Independence? Thoughts? And spread this around please, all pages are here for those who never got one of these. I am in Edinburgh so my City will no doubt vote with ‘The Tory’ because they are selfish and rich. Let’s REALLY understand the question and its answers for once before we vote this time. I won’t hold my breath, but this is a tiny chance for Independence or a future path to one. Me myself I think I would want to remain in Europe. Of course many will say “Why be ruled by European law when we are already oppressed by Tory laws” and I would understand. I just think for the future it would be best to remain a part of Europe on our terms. The question of EU or not is different now the SNP have no Majority (Although the SNP will get laws passed) and the Tory as direct opposition in Holyrood. Please share for those who don’t have this.


Nicola Sturgeon Talks EU Referendum And Scotland’s View On Europe
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Cameron warns leaving EU is a ‘step into the dark’
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Incredible Images Of Borders That Will Warp Your View Of The World

USA/Canada border, or one of them

USA/Canada border, or one of them

Some borders around the world highlight striking inequality and crazy geographical differences, while some make us wonder what the point of a border is anyway. These shots will make you look at the world in a whole new way. Now I am just blogging things that I find amazing these days I thought I would share some amazing borders from around the World. I would a love a World with no borders, but as we have them they are just amazing all the same Via:

Argentina and Brazil

Argentina and Brazil ^^

Haiti and the Dominican Republic

Haiti and the Dominican Republic ^^

Macau and Mainland China

Macau and Mainland China ^^

Slovakia, Austria and Hungary

Slovakia, Austria and Hungary ^^

Poland and Ukraine

Poland and Ukraine ^^

Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay. divided by 1 river

Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay. divided by 1 river ^^

Norway and Sweden

Norway and Sweden ^^

USA and Mexico

USA and Mexico ^^

Highlighting even more clearly the inequality in space/population ratios.

Highlighting even more clearly the inequality in space/population ratios. ^^

Brazil and Bolivia- Who’s winning the ‘protect the rainforest’ game?

Brazil and Bolivia- Who’s winning the ‘protect the rainforest’ game? ^^


Spain and Portugal – And yes you really can zip wire between them^^

Germany and Czech Republic

Germany and Czech Republic  ^^

Egypt and Israel

Egypt and Israel ^^

Best one - The Netherlands (Holland) and Belgium

Superb this one – The Netherlands (Holland) and Belgium

Best till last :D

Best till last 😀 Scotland, England

hqdefaultIt is a common misconception that Hadrian’s Wall marks the boundary between England and Scotland. In fact Hadrian’s Wall lies entirely within England: while it is less than 1 kilometre (0.6 mi) south of the border with Scotland in the west at Bowness-on-Solway, in the east it is as much as 110 kilometres (68 mi) away.


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Scottish Healthcare – Taking young English Dr’s – 10/10 to SNP


I burst with pride at the Scottish National Health Service. Scottish Healthcare is 10/10. Many don’t see it as such but go talk and research with American’s, Canadians, Australians and English people! Scotland has a superb FREE Health service for all. We have a small populous of 5 Million people and to know every person be them worth £1 or £10,000 will get the exact same treatment is something Scotland must be proud about. Video below tells the story better than I can. This is what devolution did, it put Scottish Healthcare in Scottish Hands. The story here is actually ‘Scotland is taking young good English Dr’s”, as you will read below


Junior Doctors in Scotland
[VIDEO] Via Scottish Government on You Tube




The Scottish government has launched an inflammatory campaign to poach junior doctors from England in the week thousands will strike over pay and conditions. SNP ministers have signed off on a recruitment drive to attract more junior doctors to work in Scotland and have produced videos which will be shown on social media.

Nicola Sturgeon’s administration has insisted the drive is designed to coincide with applications for medical training places which open across the UK on 10 February – the same day up to 37,000 junior doctors in England plan to strike. The campaign is likely to draw anger in Westminster ahead of the second of three planned NHS walkouts.

The 10 February action was originally set to be a full walkout – meaning medics would even have refused to staff emergency care. But the British Medical Association stepped back from the brink last week, promising to “minimise” the impact of the action. However, at the same time the union extended the walkout to 24 hours rather than the action from 8am to 5pm originally announced.

The Scottish government’s campaign features a series of videos, with interviews with trainee doctors working in NHS Scotland. A government source said they had been produced to “highlight the many positive aspects of training, working and living in Scotland”.

The campaign will run until 9 March, the deadline for trainees across the UK to submit their applications for medical speciality training places. Adverts are also being placed in medical career journals “to raise awareness with doctors across the UK of the opportunities that training in Scotland provides”. One of the adverts, obtained by The Independent on Sunday, shows a picture of two doctors with the words “I feel valued” and the hashtag #juniordocscot.

Launching the recruitment drive, Scotland’s Health Secretary Shona Robison, said: “Junior doctors are valued members of our healthcare team here in Scotland and are integral to our continuing drive to improve care to the people of Scotland.” In contrast to Westminster, Ms Robison said the Scottish government “continues to maintain strong, positive relationships with the profession”.

Pressure is growing on the health service, particularly in accident and emergency. Official figures reveal there has been a 29 per cent increase in two years in the number of people leaving A&E before being seen. Shadow Health Secretary Heidi Alexander said: “This is yet another sign of the worsening crisis in A&E. Cuts to social care and difficulties in getting a GP appointment have left hospitals overwhelmed.”

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2015 – Images to look back on

Aurora Borealis from the International Space Station (ISS)

Aurora Borealis from the International Space Station (ISS)

A volunteer holds up a baby as others help migrants and refugees to disembark from a dinghy on LesbosImage copyright – Santi Palacios / AP
This year has seen an unprecedented number of migrants arriving in Europe, with the International Organization for Migration saying the figure rose above one million. Most have come from Syria, where four years of civil war has claimed more than 200,000 lives.
Supporters of the presidential candidate Muhammadu Buhari and his All Progressive Congress hits another supporter with a motorbike during celebrations in Kano, Nigeria, 31 March 2015Image copyright – Goran Tomasevic / Reuters
Former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari became the first opposition candidate to win a presidential election in Nigeria. Some supporters of Buhari and his All Progressive Congress were accidently hit by another supporter on a motorbike during celebrations in Kano, Nigeria.
Victims of an earthquake are cremated at Pashupatinah Temple in Kathmandu, Nepal, 30 April 2015Image copyright – David Ramos / Getty Images
A 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal in April killing more than 8,000 people, and leaving many thousands more injured and homeless. Some victims of the quake were cremated at Pashupatinah Temple in Kathmandu.
Smoke and ash rise from the Calbuco volcano as seen from the city of Puerto Montt, Chile, 22 April 2015Image copyright – Rafael Arenas / Reuters
The Calbuco volcano in southern Chile erupted three times in eight days, leading the government to order the evacuation of 2,500 people in the area. The Calbuco had been dormant for decades but on 22 April a huge column of lava and ash was sent several kilometres into the air.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth boards her carriage as she travels on the new Scottish Borders railway line, in ScotlandImage copyright – Andrew Milligan / Reuters
Queen Elizabeth II thanked wellwishers at home and overseas for their “touching messages of kindness” as she became Britain’s longest-reigning monarch. At 17:30 BST on 9 September she had reigned for 23,226 days, 16 hours and approximately 30 minutes – surpassing the reign of her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria. She is pictured here on board a train on the new Scottish Borders railway line where she spent the day at official engagements.
Crowds run after Pope Francis as he waves, during a visit to the Koudoukou school, BanguiImage copyright – Gianluigi Guercia / AFP
Pope Francis told worshippers in a mosque in the Central African Republic that “Christians and Muslims are brothers and sisters”. He was speaking to Muslims who had sought shelter in the capital Bangui after nearly three years of violence between Christians and Muslims. He is seen here on a visit to the Koudoukou school after leaving the Central Mosque.
Ukrainian soldiers play football on the road leading to the embattled town of Debaltseve, 15 February 2015Image copyright – Brendan Hoffman / Getty Images
A deal aimed at ending the fighting in eastern Ukraine was agreed, following long talks in Belarus. The leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France announced that the ceasefire would begin on 15 February. By the end of the year there were still occasional artillery exchanges in some parts of the front line.
People held their mobile phone cameras aloftImage copyright – Damir Sagolj / Reuters
People held their mobile phones aloft at a flag-raising ceremony amid heavy smog in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. For the first time, China’s capital declared a smog “red alert” for three days in December.
A salvage tug lights the hull of the stricken Hoegh Osaka cargo ship after it ran aground on a sand bank in the Solent in January in Cowes, England.Image copyright – Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images
A salvage tug lights the hull of the stricken Hoegh Osaka cargo ship after it ran aground on a sandbank in January in the Solent, Cowes, England. The 51,000-tonne vessel was eventually righted and towed back to Southampton. All crew members were rescued and the vehicles on board, worth £60m, removed.
Demonstrators make their way along Boulevard Voltaire in a unity rally in Paris following the the attacks on 11 January 2015Image copyright – Christopher Furlong / Getty Images
Millions of people gathered in Paris to take part in a rally after 17 people were killed during three days of terror in the French capital which included an attack by gunmen on the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The city suffered again later in the year when 130 people were killed in further attacks on bars and restaurants, a concert hall and the Stade de France.
A general view of the cockpit wreckage of MH17Image copyright – Dean Mouhtaropoulos / Getty Images
The Dutch Safety Board confirmed that the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, shot down more than a year ago over Ukraine, was due to a Russian made Buk missile. Calculations show that the missile was launched somewhere in an area of 320 sq km in eastern Ukraine, although additional investigations – which fall outside the Dutch Safety Board’s remit – are needed to confirm the launch location.
A lunar eclipse coincides with a supermoon in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England, 28 September 2015.Image copyright – Carl Recine / Reuters
People around the world observed a rare celestial event, as a lunar eclipse coincided with a so-called “supermoon”. The eclipse – which made the Moon appear red – was visible in North America, South America, West Africa and Western Europe. The phenomenon was last observed in 1982 and will not be occur again before 2033.
People celebrate in front of the Greek parliamentImage copyright – Christopher Furlong / Getty Images
Greek voters decisively rejected the terms of an international bailout. The final result in the referendum, published by the interior ministry, was 61.3% “No”, against 38.7% who voted “Yes”. Greece’s governing Syriza party had campaigned for a “No”, saying the bailout terms were humiliating.
Tina Fey (left), prepares to present Jon Hamm with his awardImage copyright – Chris Pizzello / AP
Actor Jon Hamm won his first-ever award for playing Mad Men’s advertising executive Don Draper. He opted to avoid the stairs and clamber awkwardly on stage – much to the amusement of Tiny Fey, who was handing out the Emmy award.
A Belarusian soldier votes inside a booth at a polling station in Minsk, BelarusImage copyright – Roman Pilipey / EPA
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko won his fifth term with a landslide 83.5% of the vote. His nearest rival polled 4.4% with the turnout at 86.75%. But observers from the OSCE security body said it fell far short of the country’s democratic commitments.
Fifa President Sepp Blatter leaves after a news conferenceImage copyright – Valeriano Di Domenico / AFP
Fifa president Sepp Blatter resigned from his post in June, just days after being re-elected for a fifth term. Football’s world governing body has been embroiled in a corruption scandal that included several high-profile arrests and allegations of bribery.
People carry the bodies of the victims of the capsized Chinese cruise shipImage copyright – AFP
More than 440 people died when the Chinese cruise ship The Eastern Star capsized in the Yangtze River after being caught in a storm.
A Fire firefighter uses a drip torch to start a backfire as he battles the Rocky Fire on 3 August 2015 near Clearlake, CaliforniaImage copyright – Justin Sullivan / Getty Images
Firefighters worked to contain twenty-one wildfires that devoured a drought-parched northern California, USA. The largest blaze, named the Rocky Fire spread at an unprecedented speed and burned for nearly a week during August.
Shia Muslims in the holy city of KarbalaImage copyright – EPA
Shia Muslims gathered at the Imam Hussein shrine during ceremonies marking Arbain in the holy city of Karbala, southern Iraq.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks with US President Barack Obama outside the Elmau castle in Kruen near Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GermanyImage copyright – Michael Kappeler / EPA
In June the picturesque Schloss Elmau hotel in the Bavarian Alps was the setting for a meeting of the G7 nations. Here German Chancellor Angela Merkel is seen with US President Barack Obama.
Supporters of Myanmar's pro-democracy figurehead Aung San Suu Kyi gather outside National League for Democracy headquarters (NLD) in Yangon, MyanmarImage copyright – Jorge Silva / Reuters
Myanmar’s opposition National League for Democracy won a landslide election victory in what is seen as the first openly contested poll in the country – also known as Burma – in 25 years. Aung San Suu Kyi’s party has more than the two-thirds it needs to choose the president, ending decades of military-backed rule, though she cannot become president herself.
A student is arrested by police during a protest in Mexico CityImage copyright – Alfredo Estrella / AFP
The parents of 43 Mexican students who went missing led a march in Mexico City to call for a full investigation. Prosecutors said the students were arrested by corrupt police officers after a demonstration in the town of Iguala on 26 September 2014 and were handed over to a local criminal gang, who killed them.
Protesters are hit by a jet of water in Yerevan, ArmeniaImage copyright – Narek Aleksanyan / Reuters
Thousands of people in the Armenian capital Yerevan took part in renewed protests against rising electricity prices. Protesters opposed a decision to increase prices for households by 17-22% from 1 August.
Tanzanian riot police stand guard in Dar es SalaamImage copyright – Daniel Hayduk / AFP
Tanzanian riot police stood guard as people celebrated after the opposition coalition’s Civic United Front (CUF) candidate Maulid Mtulia was declared winner of the Kinondoni constituency in Dar es Salaam. The nationwide general election in Tanzania has been the most tightly contested since independence in 1961.

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Chicago Times- Alarming Evidence Suggests ISIS is Now US Owned


Well at last ‘Credible Main Stream Media’ admit ISIS is a creation from the USA with help and funds from Israel and England. I said “No more blogging as people just don’t want to know the truth” But today, yesterday 10 days I don’t blog but I get 500 visits a day all days still. So this is news, I am or was ShaunyNews. The only reason I blog here is because I was told “Shaun you are wrong” When I suggested a year ago ‘USA Funds ISIS’ I will leave tweets at the foot of the page and below this some of the images and blogs I did telling the same story the Chicago Post tells. This is 1st Western USA media to admit this story here, many have hinted heavily. This is ‘GAME CHANGING’ I was hard on this story. I am sharing thanks to a good friend called Iain. He can claim this story below from Chicago post as he shared it on my Facebook. I add all the proof in images and links below I wrote. WE WERE RIGHT! Now what?


Almost Presidential ISIS


Stupid arrow’s aside. Who funds this? Toyota






What is ‘PROOF’ these days?




Why did people dismiss this blindly?

Obama Said it: Obama Admits USA Training ISIS – I Been On This Story A Year – Proof!

US General said it: U.S. General Openly Admits ‘We Helped Build ISIS’ – Was ‘Robin Cook’ Right?

Putin said it:

Iran even implicated England: Iran Claims Two British Planes Shot Down in Iraq Carrying USA Weapons for ISIS Terrorists

ISIS even said it: ISIS/Islamic State Commander hints cash and training are Coming From the USA!!!!




For the past year, US, British and other western forces have been back in Iraq, supposedly in the cause of destroying the hyper-sectarian terror group Islamic State (formerly known as al-Qaida in Iraq). This was after Isis overran huge chunks of Iraqi and Syrian territory and proclaimed a self-styled Islamic caliphate.

The campaign isn’t going well. Last month, Isis rolled into the Iraqi city of Ramadi, while on the other side of the now nonexistent border its forces conquered the Syrian town of Palmyra. Al-Qaida’s official franchise, the Nusra Front, has also been making gains in Syria.

Some Iraqis complain that the US sat on its hands while all this was going on. The Americans insist they are trying to avoid civilian casualties, and claim significant successes. Privately, officials say they don’t want to be seen hammering Sunni strongholds in a sectarian war and risk upsetting their Sunni allies in the Gulf.

A revealing light on how we got here has now been shone by a recently declassified secret US intelligence report, written in August 2012, which uncannily predicts – and effectively welcomes – the prospect of a “Salafist principality” in eastern Syria and an al-Qaida-controlled Islamic state in Syria and Iraq. In stark contrast to western claims at the time, the Defense Intelligence Agency document identifies al-Qaida in Iraq (which became Isis) and fellow Salafists as the “major forces driving the insurgency in Syria” – and states that “western countries, the Gulf states and Turkey” were supporting the opposition’s efforts to take control of eastern Syria.

Raising the “possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist principality”, the Pentagon report goes on, “this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the strategic depth of the Shia expansion (Iraq and Iran)”.

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UK TV Reporter In Astonishing Attack On David Cameron and Ruling Elite!!!?

A 40 something man, in a rage during an argument

This is possibly the best news I have ever watched. I was sent it by my Partner, as far as a little research went he calls himself with pen name ‘Jonathan Pie, but is actually British actor and comedian ‘Tom Walker, and is a spoof reporter, THIS IS NOT REAL!!  This is A-Typical of what a few employees from the BBC were saying in private before and after the referendum, even though it is actually funny. This guy NAILS David Cameron and the Elitists who steal from us and lie to us, he even managed to mention the Pig 😀 illegal wars and also he talks about Russia and corrupt bankers with an added chatter of austerity and Alan Sugar. This is BRILLIANT 😀

‘Funny ‘cos it’s true’ – Jonathan Pie


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American Christianity Will Happily Keep Palestine Occupied. Why?


No Weapons For Israel Petition<Click)


Now these are my thought and research about why Palestine is still occupied when the World voted to have Israel looked at for War crimes. The Jewish people maybe are the historical anger that they are now causing in Palestine. Make no mistake, what happened to the Jews in WWII was awful, dreadful and heart wrenching. Schindler’s List was the movie that got me asking the question “Has WWII left a mark on he Jewish people” And for me it has, but American Christians refuse to look at proof myself and millions of others show them. I had a debate a few days ago where in a Facebook group I had to leave for my own sanity I had an Archbishop tell me “I refuse to answer this question” See I had asked “What is the 2015 human answer to the Palestine issue?” A few people said it was wrong, but American Christians talk behind your back. This got me angry and angry is a process I don’t do much these days. But all Israel are doing is making sure hate remains. I can and have proved this. This person just had NOT A CLUE how to answer my simple question, so they hid behind their bible and kept throwing ancient scripture we as a species can’t prove is even true, at me. So this person and 150 Million more like him are happy to sit in their American homes with all the world in their life and allow Palestinians to be slaughtered daily, because it happens daily. What may confuse American is their news isn’t democratic while over here it is, but out of utter uneducated ways and a media that lies to them they are happy to see death.

This is a dad like me, kissing his baby goodbye. Neither voted Hamas

This is a dad like me, kissing his baby goodbye. Neither voted Hamas

Like in the video below it is just hate for hates sake from these people. The say “Palestine is full of animals” yet think a democratic election brought in Hamas??? 😀 WAKE UP FOOLS! It makes me sick and sad, what is wrong with Religion that it dictates Murder? This guy said over and over “Palestine should be in Jordan” But he doesn’t understand in 2015 that they don’t want the Palestinians. I helped fund 1 boat that tried to send aid to Palestine and was stopped by the IDF. The boat was full of Catholics. I gave a lot of money to aid this attempt at peace. Catholics at least show a peaceful way. Catholics to dare and most Catholics I know want the oppression to end. But now I am entering a debate I don’t understand on a human level. But it is very obvious to everyone this side of the pond why we want Palestine to be free, Christian American’s are our World problems. I bare witness to this statement, but I can’t and won’t hate. This is why America is falling, too many of them are dumb. But do know I know many Americans with the same mindset as the myself and the rest of humanity. Below I will prove this

HISTORIC EVENT – Vatican City recognizes ‘The State of Palestine’

Israel backed by the USA are creating hate in Palestinian youth.

Israel backed by the USA are creating hate in Palestinian youth. This will manifest in this kid one day to hate as he lost his Father who was an aid worker

I know Palestine will be free soon, sooner than most think, and there will be no war as American Bibles tell them. I asked “What if this happens, how will it change your Religious teachings” I know now that question throws American Christians into panic and hate. See one thing I have observed from American Christians IS HATE. They don’t know they do it, they are unaware of how evil their words are. So I ask these people to put down their bibles and allow the World to free Palestine from oppression. Make no mistake, 150 Million White Christian Americans are keeping Palestine in harms way, yet these 150 Million people sleep well, eat well and are the evil of all evil in SOME cases. I can prove this. This lady sadly died not long after saying this. Was this God’s doing? I never hated this woman I just didn’t understand her hate

Soon after she sadly died

Again, solid proof the World as one wants to end the occupation

Again, solid proof the World as one wants to end the occupation

Protesters hold banners in Hebrew that read,

Protesters hold banners in Hebrew that read, “The real left does not sit with Bibi,” during a rally against the government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for actions in Palestine, in Tel Aviv, Saturday, March 7, 2015. Israel will hold legislative elections on March 17, 2015. 

This is is the sick even we are up against as a species

This is is the sick even we are up against as a species



Christian America, your Bibles are about to lie to you

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Double Standards From English National Side -While James McClean is CRUCIFIED!

James respectfully, quietly turned around at 'God save the Queen

James respectfully, quietly turned around at ‘God save the Queen

Abusive and/or insulting words towards a member of the opposition is what got Kirk Broadfoot his 10 match ban. He used words so severe he got the biggest ban the English Football Association have ever given out. The Ref heard it and reported him, a game on March 14th 2015 it was, and the FA banned him for 10 games. Yet James McClean stands silent, not giving his moral’s to anyone, just in silence not facing a flag. England traveled to Ireland on June 5, 2015 and did EXACTLY as McClean did, yet not a PEEP from the Loyalist, Unionist media on what England did. Are you surprised? McClean has since moved to West Brom after the incident happened in a Championship match between Rotherham and Wigan last season. Now I sing Flower of Scotland or Scotland the Brave, I would not stand for ‘God save the Queen for my reasons. I don’t hate, I find it impossible to hate, I just get confused by people and things done and said by these Loyalists <Click) for my take on these hateful people….

The so called offending moment by James

English National side did what James did. Where is the outcry?

English National side did what James did. Where is the outcry?

The charge was that during a league fixture between Rotherham and Wigan Athletic on 14 March 2015 Broadfoot used abusive and/or insulting words towards a member of the opposition. McClean was recently rebuked by Tony Pulis, manager of his new club, West Brom, for turning away during the playing of God Save the Queen before a match on their tour of the US. This was not to the pleasing of ex Glasgow Rangers defender Kirk Broadfoot who told James what he though of his actions to the level he got banned for 10 games. Now I have been told what was said but I won’t and never will hate enough, as a person to share what what said. The 10 match ban tells the story!

10 Match ban's are not given out for nothing. So this tells the WHOLE story

10 Match ban’s are not given out for nothing. So this tells the WHOLE story

Do a little research and you find the rule breach. An Independent Regulatory Commission hearing deemed the Scot (Broadfoot) had “used abusive/and or insulting words towards a member of the opposition, in breach of FA Rule E3(1)” Knowing football rules as I do, the fact it was a record 10 games should leave NOBODY in any doubt about how bad Mr Broadfoot’s comments were. Broadfoot, 30, was also fined £7,500 and ordered to complete an education programme. They were BRUTAL! And in-line with Loyalist, Unionist thinking and general hatred. I rest my case, I am just sharing so people can see BOTH sides of this ugly coin! 

A Quote from a rag newspaper at the time:

Abuse has been raining down on James McClean all morning after a picture emerged showing him bowing his head and turning away from the flag when the British national anthem was played at a friendly yesterday.

It is an unusual conundrum for Premier League players. The national anthem is not typically played before club friendlies.

But West Brom are in America at present and were playing against South Carolina outfit, Charleston Battery. The home side decided to honour the clubs with a rendition of their country’s national anthems.

Here is the entire game, which was streamed live from the US club’s youtube account, replete with some rather dodgy commentary and the sound of lads talking in the background.

This is the hatred Scotland and the UK could do without. James didn’t hate, he had his morals and reasons. What about the English national team? Are they ok to ignore or respect a National anthem? This is what we MUST get rid off in Scotland and the UK. It’s what run’s our Country sadly. Images and Video below

Good old Loyalist. Get them on their own, different story, TRUST ME! ;-)

Good old Loyalist. Get them on their own, different story, TRUST ME! 😉

These people WON the September 14th Scottish Referendum. They won, and these video's show how they celebrated, sad or what?

These people WON the September 14th Scottish Referendum. They won, and these video’s show how they celebrated, sad or what?

To finish this blog I will share something. A young Spanish Catholic kid came over to Scotland in 2001 to play for Raith Rovers then Dundee in 2004 before a transfer to Glasgow Rangers. Now keep in mind, Spanish, Catholic kid. He left Scotland in a BAD WAY! The culture surrounding Glasgow Rangers Football Club and parts of Scotland in general changed the kid to this hatred, after he left Rangers and went home to the comfort and safe surroundings of his home in Spain, this is just a general way of explaining this ugly culture, I will leave a few other images that are similar to this. People have been jailed for Social Media crap, spouting all sorts about Scottish and Irish people and Religious remarks, many have seen a jail sentance




A Lawyer against the hate died, the Vanguard Bears, all tough guys, thought this would be fun!


Ex Celtic player was diagnosed with Leukemia, this is how THE LOYALIST thinks. Awful or what?


The guy who did this got jail time I am sure. You can clearly see the message


Been happening for decades, still they sing


Allowed by the media, no biggy….


Catholics who came to Scotland were threatened. This was a Polish goalkeeper. Death threats from this hate


Maybe time to, not surrender, more step into 2015 and stop this crap!


This caused another Catholic trouble, he got sent bombs and bullets! But James above can’t turn around @ ‘God save the Queen?


Christian’s in Manchester. They are Christians, they are Religious right? They sing about it, do they go to Church? Hmm. IDIOTS!


Catholic’s are even attacked in stadiums with 16,000 people in them, live on TV to Millions. Guy did a few months in prison, he is what I call, a fool. Told him to his face one, more or less

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Hunting vote delayed after SNP U-turn


My Editor at Ace News Services <Click) picked this up, I had JUST blogged Fox Hunting – Nicola warns Cameron to accept the Westminster SNP vote <Click) And the Tories have stopped the vote for the day while they TRY and get some deal done with the SNP. I am hoping and probably know the SNP will stick to their guns on this one. Well played Nicola!

~~Via BBC ~~

A vote on relaxing the Hunting Act on Wednesday has been postponed after the SNP said it would oppose the changes.

The party had previously said fox hunting was the kind of issue it was unlikely to vote on.

But its change of heart meant the plans, which apply to England and Wales only, would be unlikely to get through the House of Commons.

Changes restricting Scottish MPs’ voting rights on non-Scottish issues could now be introduced first.

BBC assistant political editor Norman Smith said the change to voting rights could “change everything” and “tip the balance back in favour of David Cameron and changing the rules on fox hunting”.

The government plans to change Commons rules to allow English, or English and Welsh, MPs a “decisive say” on legislation only applying there.

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