Food for thought

3 Aug

Today is the future of yesterday and tomorrow comes all too quickly.

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During the run up to the 2014 referendum in Scotland, amongst the wildly inaccurate plethora of scaremongering, the threats and doom forecasts of Project Fear, I heard a story, I don’t know if it was true, of an elderly lady being so frightened by the spew of British state propaganda, a conglomeration of TV, radio, newspapers and shameless dodgy New Labour types on her front step filling her head with rubbish, that she withdrew all of her savings from the bank and spent it all on stocking up on tins of non-perishable foods to keep her going for an extended period of time. She had been told that if Scotland was to become an independent country everyone would run out of food, and some would starve.

My thought at the time was, Bastards, fucking Bastards. Did those in on the cosy Bitter Together Tory/ Labour/ Liberal unionist pact realise that…

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