Here’s a few Scottish songs that might put you in Jail under the new law.
These songs are openly seditious to the Crown, openly anti English and one openly slates King William of Orange. As a Scotsman I’m proud of these songs. However this is just the tip of the iceberg as far as oppression in Scotland is concerned. Scotland got totally raped in the same way as Ireland did by the English and their home grown collaborators (now known as the Conservative and Unionist Party ). Continue reading “Illicit Scottish Songs. Your move Alex.”
The following is an article which featured in today’s Scottish Sunday Times, written by Lorraine Davidson. I personally think it’s a great article, so that’s why I’ve featured it here.
Please forgive any spelling errors and I’ve typed this out as quickly as I can. Continue reading “Maley’sBhoys Latest – Bishop Says Police Incite Football Fans”
TCN Welcomes Celtic FC’s Statement
Celtic Football Club Statement
By: Newsroom Staff on 18 Nov, 2011 13:58
FOLLOWING the release today of figures by the Scottish Government relating to charges under Section 74 of the Criminal Justice Scotland Act 2003 for the year 2010-2011, Celtic Football Club have released the following statement. Continue reading “Celtic release a strong statement on sectarian offences”
Published on Wednesday 16th November, 2011 by Celtic Trust
Many of you will be aware of the case of the young boy from Section 111 who was held in prison from Friday of last week till late last night when he was released, on the orders of the Lord Advocate, from Polmont Prison. All this for the terrible crime of singing a song at a football match two weeks previously. This case highlights the fear that many of us have around both the introduction of the Offensive Behaviour at Football Bill and the zealous nature of the policing of football in the run-up to it. Continue reading “FAC.Legal Defence Fund launched”
As you all know by now I’m in favour of sticking to Celtic songs at games but we’ll put that to one side just now.
The news that a senior Strathclyde Police officer Eddie Smith approached UEFA delegates and made a complaint about what he classed as illicit chants at the Celtic Rennes game raises a few questions about the Polices motives. Continue reading “What’s Strathclyde Police’s Game ?”
The wife and myself made it down to Whitehill secondary for the FAC public meeting. We arrived around 12.45 and left by 1.00.
We were really looking forward to to hearing the speakers and getting ideas on pushing the campaign forward. Unfortunately five minutes after we arrived a group of RFC casuals turned up and announced themselves by shouting “Trick or Treat”. They sat themselves at the back of the small lecture theatre and someone from FAC told them that this was a serious meeting and that no one wanted any trouble. Not one of them had the decency to answer or allay any fears that they were there disrupt the meeting. Continue reading “FAC meeting abandoned after Scotland’s Shame turn up.”
The meeting will now take place between 1.00 and 2.30 at Whitehill Secondary School, 280 Onslow Drive Dennistoun G31 2QF.