Wednesday, February 5, 2020

VIDEO: Teaser for tonight's latest installment of the Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll

23 comments:

  1. Yougov uk scots sample:
    50% SNP
    28% Con
    11% Lab
    7% Lib
    2% Grn

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  2. A regime that can create new laws in order to subvert the use of previous laws which may prejudice them (the lawmakers) is a rogue dictatorship state, not a democracy nor a Monarchy nor a functioning parliament of any country

    England is ruled by a despotic gang perpetrating the lie of democracy upon the people of four countries by pretending to elect Prime Ministers by voting within themselves for a de facto King of England but hiding behind a picture postcard of an outdated powerless Monarchy for the people to look at

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  3. Good question to ask.
    I'm terrified that Scots might say it IS a democratic UK.
    Please, please can I be wrong this time?

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    1. It is. And I'm wearing my lucky Laura Ashley jockstrap.

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    2. Hey, FUD, are you and GWC co-joined imbeciles?

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    3. Is your boyfriend coming round for a pugwash? "Just pop in, Cedric."

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  4. Johnson thinks he's being 'tough' with no Section 30. However, people from other nations see him / England as weak and cowardly for being too scared of life without Scots taxes propping up England. It's so humiliating for decent, brave, hard working democratic English folks. That's before the obvious fascism of the whole thing.

    No Section 30 is really the greatest humiliation in English national history. There is no greater admission of your own feebleness than to say to the world that you are such a weak people that you just can't go it alone.

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    1. The contrast with European nations is stark. They never lifted a finger to stop the UK leaving. They are proud, hard working countries who stand on their own two feet. They just said they'd have liked the UK to stay, but wished it well.

      No bursting into tears, soiling their pants and screaming threats of 'No you can't leave, it's illegal!'. Proud, decent, pay their own way peoples. The opposite to England right now.

      Such a humiliation for England. How far it has fallen.

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    2. Very true. Though you'll never see it being presented that way by the sycophantic Tory media in Scotland.

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    3. The Tusk interview shows how weak and cowardly England is viewed on the no Section 30 Scottish issue internationally.

      Tusk showed no respect for a weak bully. And rightly so.

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    4. If a section 30 had been granted without question, he would have been much more neutral, respecting both sides. But England deserves no respect right now. It's no different to eg the ussr bullying its little neighbours.

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    5. Skier, you are lying. When the British voted to leave the EU the EU representatives did loads of tongue wagging to halt the process even climbing into the gutter with claims there could be violence in Ireland as a result. The scumbags lost.

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    6. England is scared of wee Scotland. Nobody can respect it on those circumstances.

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  5. james? have you got enough money to do another poll? the last 3 were carried out before the 31st Jan. i cant help wondering if this event has had an effect

    i think if you are short, you could easily crowd fund the difference in a very, very short time frame

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  6. Knickerless has written to Boris insisting that sister Rosanna is on the UK climate committee at the Glasgow conference. Well she does believe in saints and miracles. Boris will no doubt give her the middle finger.

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  7. @GWC

    You should be best pals with Craig Murray and Stuart Campbell, all the shitehawk mixers together

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    1. That was amusing Anon my da used tae call me the shitehawk of the desert. Something to do with his war service.

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    2. Big Eater From PerthFebruary 5, 2020 at 8:13 PM

      Scotland free. (Or a dessert.)

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  8. It's a prison. It was built in the years prior to 1707. It opened for business in 1707 but the walls are now crumbling and the inmates are getting restless.

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    1. We should free the English. We have been in their pocket far too long.

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    2. Eat your cereal

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