For all of you Scottish nationalists who can't bring themselves to face the truth, the cybernats, those in denial, the ones with their fingers in their ears, the Nazi sympathisers, the anti English racists and the downright violent nutters, here is something you should see.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
SCOTLAND'S SHAME - THE SNP IN BED WITH THE ROYALS BACK THEN AS WELL.
Posted by Cllr Terry Kelly at Tuesday, July 21, 2015
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I take it you missed the pictures of the queen and her uncle giving Nazi salutes. I am sure the descendants of the the royal family regret that she and her uncle were not in posession of the full facts of Nazi horror when they supported them.
Hindsight is always 2020.
your point as usual is inane and ludicrous. By the way, if he was such a danger to Britain why wasn't he interred?
If the royals did not know what Hitler and the Nazis were about they would have been the only ones. Perhaps you should ask the authorities why they didn't lock Donaldson up for the duration, I would guess that they saw him as a useful idiot whom they could keep an eye on.
And what do you say about your own party Terry who KNOWINGLY selected a former extreme Neo Nazi candidate for Milton Keynes in 2012.Bet you won't post this one.
Labour said it was ok because she was sorry about her past. I wonder if they would have said the same about Hitler. It would seem that saying sorry has absolved her of all of her crimes and makes her a fit and proper person to represent the Labour party. Say it all I suppose.
Few excerpts from the newspapers at the time.
"The Citizen had previously referred to Burke's gang as a "50-strong army of skinheads" that rolled through towns, targeting impressionable youth and terrorising WW2 veterans and local Jewish children"
"The Labour Party have been accused of "cheating" Milton Keynes residents after it emerged that one of their councillors was formerly second in command of a local neo-Nazi group."
"Councillor Margaret Burke, was a far-right extremist who ran the Milton Keynes November 9th Society with her then husband Terry Flynn in the early 1980s.
They both wore Nazi-style uniforms and recruited gangs of local youths to hand out racist leaflets and daub buildings with swastikas, as reported by the Milton Keynes Citizen."
"It’s clear why so many people are now questioning what exactly the Labour Party’s values are in Milton Keynes when they knowingly select someone with such a track record of activism in extremist and thoroughly unpleasant organisations to represent them."
"What is clear is that many residents feel cheated as they never would have voted Labour had they been in full knowledge of the facts before the election."
"In the late 1970s and 80s, in her youth, she was involved in some pretty awful organisations and held some pretty atrocious views."
Its inexcusable. Allthough to relate this to the Current SNP is a nonsense.
The SNP are as much that group of people as Labour are Keir Hardie's party.
Start facing up to reality, the SNP is now the popular party in Scotland, they have superceded the Lost Labour Party who now, due to infighting about philosophy are about to die on their feet.
So post your narrow minded blog for the benefits of your opposition, you are the only one that actually listens to your ramblings.
You are flattering yourself if you think I can’t answer, I have just gone and found your post from yesterday and it’s now 09. 47 am. You seem a little desperate to land a blow if you are making an accusation like that so quickly, it sounds like you do not have much confidence in your argument. Anyway I have no knowledge of who you are talking about but, I will assume that there is some substance in what you say to let me answer. Firstly there are instances of people changing their political allegiances even in cases of extreme views, the actor Ricky Tomlinson is a good example having moved from far right to far left and he has been warmly congratulated for doing that. The difference here is the man I wrote about Arthur Donaldson was leader of the snp and a lifelong Nazi who campaigned to get Scots. not to fight Hitler, he never recanted and the snp still have an annual lecture in his honour at their national conference and Alex Salmond still refers to him as an “inspirational figure”. During the referendum campaign the snp invited and marched beside a Flemish Nazi contingent at Calton Hill Edinburgh. The snp ‘ergo’ have never recanted their Nazi past and my criticisms of them are valid.
For the avoidance of doubt, if you send comments which are simply personal abuse, unprintable because of language used, contain unsubstantiated allegations against anyone, comments which are simply repeats of previous comments, you will not be printed. If you can avoid these things and act reasonably you should be OK to get printed.
The snp have an annual lecture in honour of ex leader Arthur Donaldson who was a Nazi who is still described as an inspiration by Alex Salmond. Is it possible you could be missing something here Mr. Kelly.
And the Left's favourite economist, JM Keynes, was Chairman of the Eugenics Society from 1937-44. Other Lefties who were members included George Bernard Shaw and Harold Laski.
Only good Leftist idea, Eugenics : http://www.eugenics.net
Wintermute Thursday, July 30, 2015 10:51:00 p.m
"he was an inspirational figure" Alex Salmond talking about ex leader of the SNP and Nazi Arthur Donaldson.
And Irish leader Eamon De Valera, a leader of an independence struggle which, given your non - Scottish ethnic origins, you doubtless would have supported, signed the Condolence Book on display at the German Embassy in Dublin upon the sad death of Herr Hitler.
Wintermute said..Friday, July 31, 2015 1:44:00 p.m.
Eamon De Valera was a class A bastard but he considered as I would have that Ireland was a country occupied by another country, Britain. History is full of unlikely alliances between countries who were sworn enemies and became friends through expediency like America and Russia, Britain and France etc. Had I been around at the time I would have been on the same side as James Connolly and Patrick Pearse and had De Valera won he would no doubt have eventually gotten around to having us locked up or even shot. "Arthur Donaldson was an inspirational man" Alex Salmond. Will you be attending the "Arthur Donaldson Lecture" at the next SNP conference?.
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