Tuesday, 25 August 2009


The charges of Quisling and Traitor are often used to describe certain groups of people who comment and pour scorn on the SNP and the ambitions of many Scots to secede from the UK. These same people, such as for example AM2 on the Scotsman forum, under his many monikers then try and spin this as anti-English sentiment which according to them is rife in the SNP.

When we see Scots touting their opinions on American newspapers, making statements such as this:

"The Scottish government and its legal system are a laughingstock around the world," said Paul McBride, one of Scotland's top defense lawyers.

Iain McMillan, director of CBI Scotland, which represents Scottish business, said there was a real risk that the country's businesses could suffer as a result of the al-Megrahi decision. Online discussion rooms and Scottish newspapers have received messages from U.S. citizens saying they won't be visiting, and a Web site called boycottscotland.com has been set up." I am quite happy to apply the tag of traitor to these individuals. The director of the CBI in Scotland, who's job it is to promote and foster commerce in this country, making statements like that would in many other countries see him in jail. Lucky for him then that he bides in a compassionate and liberal country with a social conscience that allows freedom of expression. What a disgusting creep you are McMillan, (I know he is an avid reader of my rantings.)

Much of the so called American comment is so predictable and transparent that it is obviously manufactured by the Britnats, it is juvenile and idiotic.

As to boycottscotland.com having read it. It is quite obvious to me that the text has been composed by a British author, certainly not American. Paul McBride has form on this kind of cyber slimne, so putting two and two together I would not be in the least surprised if he and his gang of anti Scottish chums are behind it. It has been said by both Brown and Cameron, that they will, "do whatever it takes," to keep Scotland in the union.

This is now going badly wrong for the Britnats. Browns statement is just fence sitting, he will never be elected as PM of the UK.


Conan the Librarian™ said...

It comes from a Canadian website KBW.
But never mind that, Monty has uncovered a wee gem


Have a wee go in the comments:¬)

subrosa said...

Thanks KBW, great post.

I couldn't help but comment on your link Conan - jeez hud me back!

scunnert said...

"Iain McMillan, director of CBI Scotland, which represents Scottish ... avirice ... said there was a real risk that the country's businesses could suffer as a result of the al-Megrahi decision."

This is the man who wants to build the Forth Crossing in exchange for Scotland's water. Fuck him.

I posted to Annie and fuck her too.

Key bored warrior. said...

Thanks all. You may have seen I paid a visit to Hamiltons site Conan.

Thanks Rosie.

Scunnert, as always you hit the nail on the heid, twice.

Methinks the tide has turned check out The Mail comments here:http://tinyurl.com/mnyvux

Scot Independent.


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