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lyra
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Hang on though, the killer at Dunblane wasn't a pupil, was he? I thought Fuzzy's radio person was referring to Columbine etc where it's the kids that turn on their schools?
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Guy Potger
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Where to begin on this?

(and apologies if someone has already mentioned it)

If this is a lesson in "citizenship", then if you swear loyalty to monarch, you immediately cease to be a citizen: you are a subject.

And the oath thing: what other barmpot idea will they come up with? Saluting a piece of fabric? Standing up when someone plays a piece of music? Bowing to a man's hat paraded around town on a stick?

Fuck 'em.

And the Jag they were driven in in.

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Fuzzy Dunlop
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No, he was some kind of youth worker iirc.

Dunblane is still a very emotive topic in Scotland. I can still remember exactly where I was and what I was doing when the news first came through. Hence my guilty reaction.

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Bob Skeleton
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Thomas Hamilton was a scout leader I think. I remember where I was at the time too; I faked illness from school that day and ended up watching the news unfold on TV. I was only twelve at the time so the enormity of it all never really hit me.
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Erskine Bridges
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What will happen to those children who refuse to swear?

The Scottish Government have already said GTF Gordy. As they have with the latest ID card proposal.

It's all part of Gordy's secret plan to split the nation.

I have a vague notion that something strange happened in the Thomas Hamilton atrocity. Beyond the act itself. Some piece of evidence is subject to a long term 40+ year secrecy order. Someone fucked up bigstyle in allowing him access to guns. There were people including I think police, who flagged him up as a mentalist who shouldn't have a gun licence. Someone else signed it off. The rumour was that it was someone who went on to be a big noise in, well you guess.

Anyone else remember? Anyone else know anything or am I just havering?

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Bob Skeleton
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Yes, I remember. This guy apparently approved Hamilton's application for a gun licence and also defended him when he was accused of perverted behaviour towards young boys.

But he successfully sued a newspaper and must be innocent.

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Fuzzy Dunlop
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It's all part of Gordy's secret plan to split the nation
Sssh! Agent Broon must be protected at all costs.

Maybe I'm getting my conspiracy theories mixed up, but didn't that Hamilton cover-up have a Masonic connection?

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Gus Tomato
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One can only imagine the fun and games in Norn Iron should this be attempted.Feel the chaos.
Brilliant idea.

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Fuzzy Dunlop
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Or a mass ceremony before an OF game.
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Gus Tomato
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Haha, yeah.

Followed by the minute's silence for Thatcher.

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John Humphries asked Goldsmith about Northern Ireland this morning. I got the impression that Goldsmith had never heard of it...
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Hahaha. I can imagine. "Norn Iron? Wasn't he in Star Trek?"
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Actually, what with this and the "Britishness in the arts" bollocks last week, what is going on. Is it part of some deal with the Unionists to get Paisley to retire?

It seems to be a concerted effort to sharpen and indeed deepen the public's mistrust and loathing of politicians, if it isn't sharp and deep enough already.

This allegiance malarkey is quite a mind-boggling daft idea.

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"anyone who doesnt take this oath should be forcibly removed from the country"

ha ha! Bring it on, motherfuckers!
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I don't mind swearing an oath of allegiance to the Queen, she seems a nice old lady. That son of hers, on the other hand...

I believe this chap sums it up perfectly.

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