The Existence of Laws

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Danish Pastry says: Friday, June 7, 2013 at 09:28 OT I know …

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Danish Pastry says:
Friday, June 7, 2013 at 09:28

OT I know but realistically there could be civil unrest across the water and down Govan way if the flag they hold so dear was to disappear. The Unionists would rightly feel nervous and isolated and I would offer no further insight into my thoughts on that. Outwith that group there are many who do respect the flag and are proud to be British, I myself am a Scot first and British second but I am in no way fiercely nationalistic if only on occasion’s such as Mo Farrah’s performance at the Olympics. If the people of Scotland do vote for independence I wonder too how those lovely people such as the BNP will react. It’s unfortunate but I personally believe that the UJ has been high-jacked by right wing groups these past few years as the make up of our country changes. Change whatever that is, is difficult for many to handle. In a former company I worked for in management we used to say “if you can’t change the people, change the people” and that is exactly what is required down Hampden at this very moment.

Which way will I vote next year ?, I’m undecided but maybe for badness 🙂

Last week oddly enough I was in the company of the Hoi polloi, I was staying in the home of the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of a English County in the South East of England and I was introduced to a Countess no less who’s surname was that of a Railway Station in London I have oft been through. Don’t ask how the subject came up but my Host had never heard of the song “The Sash ” 🙂

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