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Yatesman
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The SNP supported Hitler


No it didn’t.


Did Hugh Macdiarmid founding father of the SNP
support fascism......
Writing several papers on the subject.....and say that a Hitler invasion of Britain would be good for Scotland.....

I'll save you the bother......Yes he did!


007Dale
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A further 41 seats across Great Britain that the Brexit party won’t contest. Mostly in Scotland, but Canterbury, Bristol NW and Stoke North in England.

After the disaster of the £100bn Free Broadband miscalculation, the Labour Party are squabbling over their manifesto today.

One assumes they’ll have just re-printed Michael Foot’s manifesto from 1983.


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Tories:
“There’s absolutely no need for everyone to have free broadband. It’s a stunt!”

Also the Tories:
“The only way you can get Universal Credit is to apply for it online.”



I need to have the last word, as it always looks as if I am right !


PaulC
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The SNP supported Hitler


No it didn’t.


Did Hugh Macdiarmid founding father of the SNP
support fascism......
Writing several papers on the subject.....and say that a Hitler invasion of Britain would be good for Scotland.....

I'll save you the bother......Yes he did!


In what sense was McDiarmid “the SNP”?

LOL!


Yatesman
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Tories:
“There’s absolutely no need for everyone to have free broadband. It’s a stunt!”

Also the Tories:
“The only way you can get Universal Credit is to apply for it online.”


As I've said, I like the free Broadband idea.

Life seems to lived online more and more nowadays from Gov't departments, Local Authorities, Banks , Tickets for public transport, Learning ,etc

Perhaps there could be a simpler way than Nationalisation such as compelling providers to supply Broadband services to anyone that falls under a certain income threshold or anyone on benefits with big penalties if they fail.


Yatesman
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The SNP supported Hitler


No it didn’t.


Did Hugh Macdiarmid founding father of the SNP
support fascism......
Writing several papers on the subject.....and say that a Hitler invasion of Britain would be good for Scotland.....

I'll save you the bother......Yes he did!


In what sense was McDiarmid “the SNP”?

LOL!


There's a direct line from Hugh MacDiarmid forming 'The National Party of Scotland' in 1928 to him standing as a GE candidate in 1945 for 'The Scottish National Party' and also again in 1950 in Glasgow Kelvingrove for ............'The Scottish National Party'.

You could research this yourself btw!

https://www.scotsman.com/...r-the-nazis-1-797634

Like I said, The murky side of ScotNatsism


(This post was edited by Yatesman on Nov 16, 2019, 9:38 AM)


Towlawtom
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Tories:
“There’s absolutely no need for everyone to have free broadband. It’s a stunt!”

Also the Tories:
“The only way you can get Universal Credit is to apply for it online.”


As I've said, I like the free Broadband idea.

Life seems to lived online more and more nowadays from Gov't departments, Local Authorities, Banks , Tickets for public transport, Learning ,etc

Perhaps there could be a simpler way than Nationalisation such as compelling providers to supply Broadband services to anyone that falls under a certain income threshold or anyone on benefits with big penalties if they fail.


Just making light of the Tory double standards.
I'd agree with some of that. Means tests should apply to a lot of stuff that is given out for free, JSA, Maternity leave, bus passes etc.
Would make an exception for NHS though keep free treatment for all!



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Boris’s interview with Naga was an absolute car crash https://www.google.co.uk/...chetty-children/amp/
I can understand why people don’t like Corbyn, but the alternative is a party filled with over privileged oafs and the biggest over privileged oaf is their leader. I know many forum members are Tory voters. Surely none of you can honestly relate to Boris? I think the whole political structure needs to change, because the one we have right now is depressingly dreadful.



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PaulC
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The SNP supported Hitler


No it didn’t.


Did Hugh Macdiarmid founding father of the SNP
support fascism......
Writing several papers on the subject.....and say that a Hitler invasion of Britain would be good for Scotland.....

I'll save you the bother......Yes he did!


In what sense was McDiarmid “the SNP”?

LOL!


There's a direct line from Hugh MacDiarmid forming 'The National Party of Scotland' in 1928 to him standing as a GE candidate in 1945 for 'The Scottish National Party' and also again in 1950 in Glasgow Kelvingrove for ............'The Scottish National Party'.

You could research this yourself btw!

https://www.scotsman.com/...r-the-nazis-1-797634

Like I said, The murky side of ScotNatsism



A direct link which led to him being thrown out of the NPS (as it then was) in 1933 and joining the CPGB.

It’s interesting you cite 1928, before Hitler came to power and 1945 and 1950, after he was dead as evidence that Grieve and therefore the SNP supported Hitler. His expulsion during the time Hitler was in power is a bit awkward.

LOL!

Instead of citing a unionist rag, try some academic research instead.

https://www.napier.ac.uk/...emanisamenacepdf.pdf

Again I ask, how is an individual thrown out of the SNP “the SNP”?


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007Dale
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Oh dear, the LOL brothers are at it again.

Anyway, back to the topic in hand and a massive blow to Labour as the latest poll has been released;

Panelbase (13th/14th):

Tories 43 (+3)
Labour 30 (-)
Lib Dem’s 15 (-)
Brexit 5 (-3)

Tory Majority up 3 to 13%

They’ll be more released for the Sunday’s, they have to show a turnaround for Labour, otherwise it’s curtains for them.


Yatesman
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Massive Yawn!

The founding father of the Modern Scottish Nationalist movement was a proponent of National Socialism and wanted Hitler to win the war.......that's from his own pen.........Own it!

No amount of wordage from modern day apologists can change that.
He supported Hitler during the war and stood as an SNP candidate after the war. ...
Boosh!

Now back to the election campaign of 2019, thank you!


Yatesman
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Oh dear, the LOL brothers are at it again.

Anyway, back to the topic in hand and a massive blow to Labour as the latest poll has been released;

Panelbase (13th/14th):

Tories 43 (+3)
Labour 30 (-)
Lib Dem’s 15 (-)
Brexit 5 (-3)

Tory Majority up 3 to 13%

They’ll be more released for the Sunday’s, they have to show a turnaround for Labour, otherwise it’s curtains for them.


I'm not a big fan of polls , as you know, as I have strong doubts about the dodgy science employed.

However, Corbyn is starting to remind me of Michael Foot.


PaulC
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Massive Yawn!

The founding father of the Modern Scottish Nationalist movement was a proponent of National Socialism and wanted Hitler to win the war.......that's from his own pen.........Own it!

No amount of wordage from modern day apologists can change that.
He supported Hitler during the war and stood as an SNP candidate after the war. ...
Boosh!

Now back to the election campaign of 2019, thank you!


Grieve is not the SNP. The SNP did not support Hitler.

You are wrong again. Live with it.

Back to the election campaign from which you deviated.


PaulC
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The latest poll shows a complete wipe out of the Tories in Scotland with every seat going to the SNP.


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The latest poll shows a complete wipe out of the Tories in Scotland with every seat going to the SNP.


Scottish opinion polls suggest the SNP will increase its number of Westminster seats to around 45 – a view endorsed privately by other parties – regaining some it lost in the 2017 snap election. It currently holds 35 out of Scotland’s 59 Westminster constituencies.

Don't forget, Mr C, by your reckoning not every opinion collected is that of an intellect, so probably not worth the paper it is written on.



I don't need Google. I have a Hoddy.

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Yatesman
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 Maybe it means Scots want to trade the freedom within the Union for subjugation in the EU.......bizarre!

EU to blame for UK floods:

https://twitter.com/.../1195662498063618048


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Total nonsense.

As was already explained in 2016.


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That's from a great blog which I have posted on here in the past

Hundreds of fake lying headlines of things the right wing tabloids said would happen to the UK if we remain in the EU but of course never did.

Would suggest the Quitters had a good long look at it as that's where a lot of them got their inspiration from to leave..

https://blogs.ec.europa.eu/ECintheUK/euromyths-a-z-index/



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Yatesman
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Total nonsense.

As was already explained in 2016.


Well they would say that wouldn't they.

It proves the extra layer of rules and regulation are totally unnecessary and leads to confusion.......

Bring it back home..........!


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Despite criticism of the Tories for their handling of the Flood crisis and long A&E wait times, the Labour Party is successfully managing to sabotage its chances of winning, with a succession of ill-conceived and unfunded policy announcements.

All three major poll’s released today have significant increased majority’s for the Tories;

DeltaPoll: Tory Majority 15% (+3)
Opinium: Tory Majority 16% (+4)
YouGov: Tory Majority 17% (+3)

Some polls suggesting that Lib Dem support is falling, as voters are now more worried about a communist Government, than Brexit, forcing them to switch votes to the Tories.

It’s interesting, because what started as the ‘Brexit Election’ is now no longer the most important issue for people - as they see more and more of what a Corbyn Government would do to this country.


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It’s interesting, because what started as the ‘Brexit Election’ is now no longer the most important issue for people - as they see more and more of what a Corbyn Government would do to this country.


What would it do (spare us any Daily Mail headlines)?


Yatesman
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It’s interesting, because what started as the ‘Brexit Election’ is now no longer the most important issue for people - as they see more and more of what a Corbyn Government would do to this country.


What would it do (spare us any Daily Mail headlines)?



I'm Pretty sure you're the only person on this forum that reads the Daily Mail.

Most people think Labour offering freebies reduces their credibility.
Most people know that everything has to be paid for somewhere down the line and free stuff meands higher taxes.

I've changed my mind about free Broadband!

I don't want free stuff.

I want a free country

I want freedom of choice.

I want the money I earn at MY disposal so I can choose to spend it on the things I want.

I want LESS State, not the State controlling EVERYTHING.

Imagine Labour and the SNP controlling your internet .........Big Brother is watching YOU!!!!!


PaulC
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It’s interesting, because what started as the ‘Brexit Election’ is now no longer the most important issue for people - as they see more and more of what a Corbyn Government would do to this country.


What would it do (spare us any Daily Mail headlines)?



I'm Pretty sure you're the only person on this forum that reads the Daily Mail.

Most people think Labour offering freebies reduces their credibility.
Most people know that everything has to be paid for somewhere down the line and free stuff meands higher taxes.

I've changed my mind about free Broadband!

I don't want free stuff.

I want a free country

I want freedom of choice.

I want the money I earn at MY disposal so I can choose to spend it on the things I want.

I want LESS State, not the State controlling EVERYTHING.

Imagine Labour and the SNP controlling your internet .........Big Brother is watching YOU!!!!!


"FREEDOM!!!" Have you been watching Braveheart again?

All that platitudinous waffle and at the end of the day polling finds the electorate approves of Labour’s plan to provide broadband free at the point of use and to acquire the necessary part of BT to do so.

The electorate also approves the taking into public ownership of trains, energy and (in England) water - Scotland never handed over its water to the spivs and wideboys.


(This post was edited by PaulC on Nov 17, 2019, 3:01 PM)


007Dale
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The electorate also approves the taking into public ownership of trains, energy and (in England) water - Scotland never handed over its water to the spivs and wideboys.


Well, if you are right, they’ll be a Labour majority Government on Friday 13th December.


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The electorate also approves the taking into public ownership of trains, energy and (in England) water - Scotland never handed over its water to the spivs and wideboys.


Well, if you are right, they’ll be a Labour majority Government on Friday 13th December.


Like you, I’m just citing opinion polls.

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