Tag Archives: Project Fear

British Nationalism is a disease

Jackie Baillie’s latest gaffe is a consequence of thinking limited by a pathologically desperate need to find an anti-SNP line in any issue or development. The thinking process – if calling it such is not to great an insult to … Continue reading

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Propaganda cues

It is not at all surprising to find British Nationalists organised enough to mount an ongoing coordinated letter-writing campaign, as uncovered by Wings Over Scotland. But it may be worth exploring why the Yes movement has, arguably, been less effective … Continue reading

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Nothing new to say

As the SNP gears up for the promised summer independence drive – inevitably delayed by the debacle of the EU referendum and its aftermath – it is illuminating to witness the reaction from hard-line unionists such as Alastair Cameron, Director … Continue reading

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The same old song

When The Scotsman refers to “economic and fiscal ” realities what it is actually talking about is the British nationalist propaganda that it helped to promulgate as part of Project Fear. The tragedy of the propagandist is the folly of … Continue reading

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No negativity

Having read the headline over Iain Macwhirter’s article in the Herald, I scoured what followed looking for some statement from Nicola Sturgeon quoted as evidence that the SNP is backing a “negative pro-EU campaign”. I wasn’t disappointed. But only because … Continue reading

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