Thursday, December 14, 2006

'This reeks absolutely of MI6/MI5 disinformation.'

How can Blair's Labour Party hold onto Scotland?

Fake terror?
"The Scottish National Liberation Army, a tiny group of extremists dedicated to removing the English from Scotland, have threatened to poison the water supplies of England... The threat came in an email sent to the Glasgow offices of The Sunday Times... The SNLA – which may be no more than only one or two people – includes in its aims the reversal of 'mass English immigration' to Scotland, and the restoration of Scots Gaelic (spoken by just over 1% of the population) as the national language." Scottish terrorists in water threat

"With Scotland showing signs of moving towards independence this reeks absolutely of MI6/MI5 disinformation. This is a technique used by Governments throughout the ages." - Wozzly, London UK. Scottish terrorists in water threat

"Twisted tartan terrorists are being hunted by the FBI after a sick bombing campaign in the USA. Feds believe lunatics with links to Scotland are behind a spate of attacks on the American oil industry. And we can reveal that agents are focusing on a sinister group called the Scottish American Milita... the maniacs claim to have blown up a chemical plant in Massachusetts (Danvers, Massachusetts, November 2006). They have even vowed to poison drinking water in US cities unless Scotland is granted independence. The SAM cell is linked to the shamed Scottish National Liberation Army... The FBI have been collecting information on SAM since 2000, when nuts in Phoenix, Arizona, sent packages feared to contain lethal ricin and anthrax to British businesses based in the USA. The packets turned out to be harmless... In an anonymous call to the News of the World, the SNLA said: 'Danvers was a demonstration of what we are able to do... The SNLA... is masterminded from Dublin by former Argyll and Sutherland Highlander Adam Busby, 57..." News of the World 17 December 2006.

22 November Danvers explosion Explosion rocks Danvers, several hurt, none seriously - The Boston ...

The state fire marshal has officially ruled out criminal conduct as the cause of last week's massive explosion at a Danvers ink and paint plant.
Fire marshal rules out foul play in Danvers explosion

The McCrone report said: "The balance of payments gain for Scotland from the North Sea oil would easily swamp the existing deficit whatever its size and transform Scotland into a country with a substantial and chronic surplus - to a quite embarrassing degree and its [Scotland's] currency would become the hardest in Europe, with the exception, perhaps of the Norwegian kroner."

The report continued: "An exchange rate of £1 Scots to 120p sterling within two years of independence, therefore, would seem quite probable": "An independent Scotland could now expect to have massive surpluses both on its budget and on its balance of payments and with proper husbanding of resources this situation could last for a very long time into the future": "Britain is now counting so heavily on North Sea oil to redress its balance of payments that it is easy to imagine England in dire straits without it": "The example of Norwegian policy on government revenue from oil likewise shows up the failure of British [policy]."‘Politics of grievance’ have some justification

Scotland's true oil wealth was hidden to stop independence.

Fake terror planned for Scotland? Terror team draws up plans.

51 % favour full independence.
39 % against...
Vital gains forecast for SNP in swing from Labour


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