proud Scots wha hae

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Which ever way

the voters turn

(Robbie, river and the flame)

for Auld lang syne

they've crossed the burn

proud Scots wha hae

a land to claim.

And even if

the map's the same

and even if

Westminster rules

Scotland's braves

they've yet to tame

coz they've the oil

ye Southern fools.

AuldScotswestminster

◄ Happy Birthday Bill

Brother can you spare a dime? ►

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<Deleted User> (13762)

Fri 30th Dec 2016 19:48

I'm with the SNP and their 'no new nuclear power strategy'.

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Tommy Carroll

Fri 30th Dec 2016 19:44

Harry: thank you (if that's meant for me) ;- )

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Tommy Carroll

Fri 30th Dec 2016 19:40

Newberry: Ownership and control of the land that you live in is vital to forge a country that can improve the lives of its inhabitants. Billionaires and pro capitalist politicians are a very large part of the problems workers and their families face, lets take it off them.

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Tommy Carroll

Fri 30th Dec 2016 19:32

John: Staying/leaving is the same as how many cuts to bleed you to death?

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Tommy Carroll

Fri 30th Dec 2016 19:29

Colin: How about using the inside of mountains? Scottish Granite mountains could house nuclear-power stations with 1000 foot thick granite walls, the 'spoil' from the excavations would supply the UK with enough building material for extremely durable buildings- and- and 1,000,000 life long jobs for the workers? Fissionable material can be 'buried' in similar 'tombs'

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Harry O'Neill

Thu 29th Dec 2016 22:08


Fascinating thought Tommy!

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M.C. Newberry

Thu 29th Dec 2016 17:45

You can't be independent and be in the EU. You just change the source of power and control from Westminster to Brussels and nearly thirty other political influences
ultimately seeking what's best for them in Euroland.
Decisions...decisions!
Colin's idea about wind turbines on
all those empty Scottish "tops" may
offer the promise of exporting
power "south of the border" when
the oil runs low. Now there's a
thought!

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John Coopey

Tue 27th Dec 2016 10:41

I thought they were stupid to entertain independence in their last referendum. Now after our referendum I think they'd be stupid to remain in the UK.

<Deleted User> (13762)

Sat 24th Dec 2016 20:00

and lots of empty hilltops for wind turbines

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