Tag Archives: Catalonia

Let’s consider

“These articles never consider that perhaps, if there really is a popular desire for smaller states, it might be good to respect it.” – Craig Murray This is an interesting observation. The media “never consider” anything outside the box of … Continue reading

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It’s the law!

It’s going to be hard for many (most?) people in Scotland to hear, but Tusk and Juncker are correct. There really is “no room, no space for any kind of mediation or international initiative or action”. The EU has no … Continue reading

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DECLARATION OF THE REPRESENTATIVES OF CATALONIA

To the people of Catalonia and all the peoples of the world. The bases of the constitution of the Catalan Republic are justice and intrinsic individual and collective human rights, being irrenunciable foundations which give meaning to the historical legitimacy … Continue reading

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SNP Conference 2017: Being Scotland’s voice

Day three of #SNP17 and the walk down from Garnethill to the SECC is taking longer each time. My right hip is making it known that there bloody well better not be a day four. It’s growing noticeably colder too. … Continue reading

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Democracy cannot be declared illegal!

Those rationalising Fascist brutality in Catalonia on the grounds that the Spanish state had declared exercise of the fundamental democratic right of self-determination illegal might, to whatever extent they are capable, reflect on a few facts. Around 80 years ago, … Continue reading

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