The Slog.

alexarrowYour word, Mr Salmond. Now it’s your call

More unknown intentions than the media suggest

Weather on the day may prove decisive

All things being equal, No camp will win

If Alex Salmond makes the right appeal to family rearers in Scotland over the next two days, he can still win. But overall, the odds are stacked against him. The Slog extrapolates from the recent poll data in order to reach a verdict.

Over the last 24 hours, I’ve looked at the tables (where available) on five of the most recent Indyref polls. I did this because it seemed to me there is a dearth of knowledge about the “ten per cent” of Don’t Knows: but in the end, other significant points emerged that, I suspect, both sides have missed. The obvious health warning here is the danger of comparing apples with pears, doric columns and washing up liquid. But…

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ECHR case challenges UK government over surveillance of journalists’ communications

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Bureau of Investigative Journalism | September 15, 2014

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is asking a European court to rule on whether UK legislation properly protects journalists’ sources and communications from government scrutiny and mass surveillance.

The Bureau’s application was filed with the European Court of Human Rights on Friday. If the court rules in favour of the application it will force the UK government to review regulation around the mass collection of communications data.

The action follows concerns about the implications to journalists of some of the revelations that have come out of material leaked by Edward Snowden.

These have made it clear that by using mass surveillance techniques, government agencies can not only collect, store and scrutinise the content of electronic communications but also analyse masses of metadata – the details about where digital communications such as emails originate and the subject area of those communications.

Gavin Millar QC, who is working on…

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Go Scot Free


More IS and ISIS stuff over the weekend. A video showing the beheading of a Scot, David Haines by ‘Jilted John’ was released by IS, ISIL, or ISIS whatever they’re called.

From BBC News :

‘In the video released on Saturday night, a masked man holding a knife who appears to have a British accent is pictured beside Mr Haines and recorded as saying the aid worker had to “pay the price” for Mr Cameron’s promise to arm the Kurds.

Mr Haines, a father of two, had been seized in Syria in March 2013 and was being held by IS militants.

The 44-year-old was born in Holderness, East Yorkshire, and went to school in Perth and had been living in Croatia with his second wife, who is Croatian, and their four-year-old daughter. His parents live in Ayr.

Mr Cameron said he would take “whatever steps are necessary” to keep the…

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Voters should “think very carefully” says woman who’s never had to

The Evening Harold

31947478576275534cb9Pvwzic “I don’t care what you do. Just keep paying for me and mine.”

In a historical first for the House of Windsor the Queen has advocated the use of intellect. Yesterday she was asked for her opinion on the independence referendum and replied: “Well, I hope people will think very carefully about the future.” She then added “but as long as Bake Off gets another series One really doesn’t give one about anything else.”

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UK family silver – up for sale

WTF isn’t Ahmad demanding reciprocity? And it sounds suspiciously like he’s engaged in insider dealing from his own words quoted in the article


PH conglomerates urged to tap UK institutions

Envoy welcomes Filipino companies breaking into British market

ByDoris C. Dumlao |Philippine Daily Inquirer

British Ambassador Asif Ahmad is urging diversifying Filipino businessmen to turn to the United Kingdom for fresh opportunities, including new inventions and startup projects from the laboratories of British universities and research institutions.

Lately, Filipino conglomerates have been acquiring iconic companies in the United Kingdom. San Miguel Corp. recently was reported to be considering a £2-billion (P140.64-billion) bid for United Biscuits, owner of some of Britain’s biggest food brands. Last May, Emperador Inc. of Andrew Tan bagged a P32-billion deal to take over the spirits business of Scottish whisky maker Whyte & Mackay, beating formidable rivals like French luxury goods conglomerate LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA, American liquor-maker Brown-Forman (makers of Jack Daniel’s whisky), Italian beverage giant Gruppo Campari, and…

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Scotland, the brave


Let us not be fooled by the lies about 9 11, Ukraine, ISIS or anything else.

Fortunately, there are whistleblowers, such as Martin Gilbert.

Martin Gilbert

Aberdeen Asset Management is the largest fund manager in Europe, managing £350 billion.

It operates across 33 offices in 25 countries.

Martin Gilbert, the boss of Aberdeen Asset Management says that an independent Scotland will be a ‘big success’.

He dismisses suggestions that a Yes vote will harm the economy.

Martin Gilbert is of course correct.

The shitty American company ASDA (owned by Walmart) threatens the people of Scotland with higher prices, if they vote for independence.

It has been pointed out that Aldi and Lidl operate in over 35 Country’s with different currencies and tax systems and yet still manage to sell food in the UK 10% cheaper than ASDA.

Only a fool would shop in Asda.

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Martin Gilbert says that a currency union with the UK is ‘highly likely’.

He also says that if London was to refuse a currency union, a refusal by Scotland to share the London government’s debt would be a shrewd move.

Sir Angus Grossart, chairman of Noble Grossart merchant bank, is also a whistleblower.

Grossart suggested in the Financial Times that the impact of the referendum on the markets had been “severely overstated”.

The top economist John Kay (above) writes in the Financial Times:

Would an independent Scotland be economically viable? 

Not an issue. Scotland … is the richest UK region outside London and the southeast.

How does the economy differ from that of the rest of the UK? 

Scotland remains strong in … insurance and asset management. Tourism, and premium food and drink – whisky but also products such as Aberdeen Angus beef and seafood – are important. And the North Sea oil industry has helped establish a strong energy services sector.

#voteyes #indyref

John Kay writes in the Financial Times:

Who would then be lender of last resort?

Royal Bank of Scotland … might redomicile its head office to London – where the critical executive functions are already located.

(RBS is already owned by the London government, and 90% of its customers are outside Scotland. RBS says it is not planning to move its Scottish staff and Scottish operations to London.)

Scotland’s budgetary position? 

An independent Scotland would surely inherit a pro rata share of the UK’s budget deficit and outstanding debt (although the government in Westminster will remain guarantor of the existing debt)…

Would an independent Scotland emulate the economic dynamism of some (but not all) other small European states? …

(Did the Scots invent most things?)


“The British government might stage a terrorist incident a day or two before the September 18 referendum.”
Killing a few NO supporters might gain sympathy for the NO campaign?

Very few people have turned out to support the NO campaign. Above we see Lord Robertson.

The following is:

The British plan to steal Scotland’s independence referendum

By Wayne Madsen, September 10 2014.

September 10-11, 2014 – The British plan to steal

1. Informed British sources have revealed that the British government… has colluded with the British media to downplay in articles, news … and … opinion polls the actual strength of the pro-independence ‘Yes’ campaign in Scotland.
2. The hyped news reports, including “news” about a looming terrorist threat and a new royal baby, as well as skewed polling numbers, according to our sources, is to prepare the country for a razor-thin loss for the pro-independence “Yes” vote in…
3. Our sources report that the actual “Yes” for independence vote is leading the “No” vote by a full 11 percentage points…
4. Cameron raised the terrorist threat level to the second highest category in response to an alleged plot by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) to carry out attacks in Britain as a way to convince Scottish voters they were safer inside the UK.
5. There is concern on both sides of the Scottish border that the British government might stage a terrorist incident a day or two before the September 18 referendum. 
Whatever would be planned is said to be designed to unite the entire UK in grieving just before the referendum, thus swinging Yes votes to the No column…

6. The pre-referendum drop in value of the British pound appears to be manipulated and there is no better person in the world of currency manipulation than Mr. Soros, who became a billionaire by shorting currencies.

John Kerr at Bilderberg.

7. The British government’s friends at the European Union headquarters in Brussels have warned Scotland that it will have to reapply for EU membership…

8. Britain’s intelligence and NATO allies have also been called upon to weigh in with comments about the dire problems if Scotland votes to break the union.

9. Among the leaders who have abandoned neutrality and come to London’s defense are U.S. President Barack Obama, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
10. Scotland has been told that it will be expelled from the FIVE EYES intelligence alliance of the U.S., UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand until it “proves” itself as a trustworthy intelligence ally…
11. Scots make up a majority of the British MI6 Secret Intelligence Service ranks and are among the best analysts and cryptographers within Britain’s NSA counterpart, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ). 
By keeping “Releasable to GBR” within the FIVE EYES pact and refusing to consider a “Releasable to SCO” caveat, the FIVE EYES will effectively become “FOUR AND A HALF EYES.”

12. India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, a Zionist version of Indira Gandhi, when asked about the prospect of Scotland’s independence, responded, “God forbid!”

13. Knowledgeable British sources say that massive election manipulation, including tampering with the absentee postal votes, is what is in store for Scotland on referendum day… 

14. The vote will be immediately declared by the media and British government to be “conclusive” as the “will of the Scottish people.”
Of course, any suggestion that the vote was rigged will be immediately be discounted as an unfounded “conspiracy theory.” …

Wetherspoons Chairman talks common sense about Scotland's future in Scotland's hands 

#indyref #VoteYes
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Paedophilia around Piccadilly Part 1 – Johnny Go Home. The Book.

cathy fox blog on child abuse

Johnny Go Home Michael Deakin and John Willis Published 1976 ISBN 0 8600 7339 4 Quartet Books and Futura Publications

The book starts with four chapters each dedicated to a different runaway child. Moving stories of where they came from, what they ran away from, where they ended up and what they got up to when they reached London.


When will they meet up I thought? Then the book changes tack. It moves quickly onto Roger Gleaves – the Bishop of Medway.  The Bishop is doing a wonderful job. He spends his own time helping young runaways off the streets.  He takes the vulnerable children away from the stations at night and looks after them with his Charity and network of hostels.

Once in the hostels, the children get a bed for the night, often get a new identity, with new id card provided.

They soon learn the cost. Many…

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Paedophilia around Piccadilly -Part 2 The Johnny Go Home Story

cathy fox blog on child abuse

It was the small hours of the morning on a frosty November morning. The film crew had been working all night on an urgent film. They left their cutting room in Wardour Street and literally tripped over two children asleep in a squalid Soho alleyway. They could not believe it. Was this modern Britain – young children sleeping on pavements in the capital? That was not acceptable. [1a]

Di Burgess was asked to research the question of runaway children in London. The stories were terrifying and gathered at considerable personal risk.  Yorkshire TV resolved to make Johnny Go Home. [1a]

Filming was almost finished when the hostel owner, Roger Gleaves, the “Bishop of Medway” was arrested, after a boy from the hostels was murdered.  The programme was extended to almost double as events drove the story. The film then had to wait to be shown until after the trials that…

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EC gives AA energy rating to beards

The Evening Harold

darwin EC scientists claim Darwin was ‘carbon neutral’.

Facial hair could soon become compulsory, after Brussels tested a range of beards for energy efficiency.

Experts measured thermal insulation, wet performance and harmful emissions from a selection of chin enhancements, using a delapidated woman as a control.

“That was due to a translation error, but we stand by our results”, said depilatory scientist André Rhesus. “Even a frigid climate sceptic would recognise I’m much hotter with this stubble.”

While a Fu Manchu and a lip-clump only managed a ‘B’ rating, double-A was achieved by a full-on Brian Blessed.

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