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Peter A Bell
Thinker. Listener. Talker. Reader. Writer. None of my attitudes are immutable. None of my conclusions are final. None of my opinions are humble.
Thinker. Listener. Talker. Reader. Writer. None of my attitudes are immutable. None of my conclusions are final. None of my opinions are humble.
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Following their conference we know that Kezia Dugdale and BLiS are totally defined by mindless hatred of the SNP and unthinking, unquestioning devotion to the British state.

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The combination of media misinformation and “Scottish Labour’s” bilious, intellect-crippling resentment of the SNP was always going to prove fatal to Mr Khan’s credibility, integrity and dignity.

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Dugdale claims to want a renewed union. One fit for the 21st century and the demands of a modern democracy, to replace the one contrived in the 18th century to serve the interests of an avaricious elite. But the harsh reality is that this is precisely what British Labour and their Tory allies fought against in the first independence referendum campaign.

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How is it possible to justify fighting to perpetuate an anachronistic and very evidently dysfunctional political union at whatever cost to the people of Scotland?

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If the British establishment cannot prevent a new independence referendum, they will seek to control it and manipulate it to serve their malign purposes.

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There will be no firework display and cheering crowds. This announcement will greeted only with sullen scepticism. Which is perfectly understandable. But wrong!

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The independence movement is ready to take the positive, aspirational Yes message to the people of Scotland. Crucially, independence campaigners are now also ready to demolish the unionist case.

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It is important that people understand we are not having a re-run of the first referendum. That is over. Although unionists seem unable to let it go, it is very much in the past.

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And what does Euan McColm envision as the kind of party that should fill the vacuum left by the demise of British Labour?

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It is difficult to believe that experienced politicians and commentators are unaware of the fact that their words can have an incendiary effect. There is a niggling suspicion that much of what was and is said by prominent individuals in the British establishment is calculated to fuel the prejudices of their online supporters.
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