Newco Rangers still condoning religious intollerance

religious intolerance in Scotland
Quote from newco player Fran Sandaza

Well,well what would you know? Roman Catholic players at Newco Rangers are not allowed to bless themselves. This news is brought to us by the same rag who are today running Celtic fans into the ground.

This rag does not choose to be outraged or even question the suppression of religious freedom,nor does it ask the Police as it it’s against the law of the land or the SFA/SFL as it is against their initiatives to get rid of religious intolerance.

And where is Mr Salmond’s comments on this ? The whole story reminds me of some lyrics from a Bowie song “Same old thing in brand new drag”

So this is the New Scotland? God help us all.

Comments

  1. It is clear Trigger’s Broom is incapable of sweeping itself clean, in fact as is said the Parliament and SFA should be all over this.

  2. It is clear Trigger’s Broom is incapable of sweeping itself clean, in fact as is said the Parliament and SFA should be all over this.

  3. Jascam

    There have been several good reasons why I have not commented lately, well I think there are, but I am sticking with the one that sounds most ridiculous, therefore most convincing. I have just today managed to untie the wrapping paper from my hands. Anyway, I will play catch up in chronological order.

    To Billy I extend my best wishes for the New Year in the hope that he will continue to provide some of the funniest comedy on the internet world, a true “BAMPOT”. I do hope you are making a serious point by being humorous and not being serious and sounding funny. “A ra best”!, anyway.

    To Blogger, my thanks as always to anyone who gives me the right story on a game. I am prone to see and hear what suits me and need someone to keep my perspective in focus. Every best wish for 2013 to you and yours, Blogger.

    JasCam, I am impressed that you take this season of good will to once again chastise those who fail to show some. That the Christmas crackers revealed the same old same old is what I have come to expect even after a century of promises of change. Like the Cinder’s slipper, much of the Scottish ethic is made to fit an established agenda and ugly sisters like ourselves are guaranteed exclusion and ridicule. My biggest gripe is not that certain contentions and contradictions continue (after all, perhaps denial of the use of anything tainted by Catholicism is for a greater good i.e. the prevention of widespread revolt. Remember, Charles IS Prince Charming) but that nothing is said or enquiries made at any significant level to establish purpose. However, when the shoe is on the other foot, there is a stampede to seek justice and retribution. To paraphrase the last lines of a well known song:

    “What is done is done and what is won is won
    And what is lost, is lost and gone for ever.
    I can only pray for a bright, brand new day
    In the land (town) I loved so well.”

    May good will reign among you and yours, among all The Celtic Network team, all its followers and contributors and throughout the whole worldwide Celtic family. May we develop the power to spread it beyond our confines to a broader church. Have an enjoyable Hogmony and may it be the start to a 2013 that brings about the changes we all so desperately seek to establish true justice and genuine equality throughout Scotland.

    Happy New Year everybody! I cannot wait for the next year’s blogs.

    H H

  4. Jascam

    There have been several good reasons why I have not commented lately, well I think there are, but I am sticking with the one that sounds most ridiculous, therefore most convincing. I have just today managed to untie the wrapping paper from my hands. Anyway, I will play catch up in chronological order.

    To Billy I extend my best wishes for the New Year in the hope that he will continue to provide some of the funniest comedy on the internet world, a true “BAMPOT”. I do hope you are making a serious point by being humorous and not being serious and sounding funny. “A ra best”!, anyway.

    To Blogger, my thanks as always to anyone who gives me the right story on a game. I am prone to see and hear what suits me and need someone to keep my perspective in focus. Every best wish for 2013 to you and yours, Blogger.

    JasCam, I am impressed that you take this season of good will to once again chastise those who fail to show some. That the Christmas crackers revealed the same old same old is what I have come to expect even after a century of promises of change. Like the Cinder’s slipper, much of the Scottish ethic is made to fit an established agenda and ugly sisters like ourselves are guaranteed exclusion and ridicule. My biggest gripe is not that certain contentions and contradictions continue (after all, perhaps denial of the use of anything tainted by Catholicism is for a greater good i.e. the prevention of widespread revolt. Remember, Charles IS Prince Charming) but that nothing is said or enquiries made at any significant level to establish purpose. However, when the shoe is on the other foot, there is a stampede to seek justice and retribution. To paraphrase the last lines of a well known song:

    “What is done is done and what is won is won
    And what is lost, is lost and gone for ever.
    I can only pray for a bright, brand new day
    In the land (town) I loved so well.”

    May good will reign among you and yours, among all The Celtic Network team, all its followers and contributors and throughout the whole worldwide Celtic family. May we develop the power to spread it beyond our confines to a broader church. Have an enjoyable Hogmony and may it be the start to a 2013 that brings about the changes we all so desperately seek to establish true justice and genuine equality throughout Scotland.

    Happy New Year everybody! I cannot wait for the next year’s blogs.

    H H

  5. For fear of being sent to the bad fire, I must beg forgiveness from you, my friend McAllister. I have neglected the site for so long that my catch up failed to go back to your last article. I had read it but not commented, probably too lazy but I will not confirm my reasons till I think of a plausible excuse. Anyhow, my friend, wherever you are, here or across the Atlantic, can I wish you belated season’s greetings and every best wish to you and yours for 2013. I sincerely hope it will be a happy year for everyone. Just a comment on your last piece. It was well reasoned and most of all, for me anyway, so full of hope for good things to come for the club. At a time of potential gloom and doom it was a ray of sunshine among the threatening clouds. Thanks.

    All the best! And mind to keep posting in the new year.

    H H

  6. For fear of being sent to the bad fire, I must beg forgiveness from you, my friend McAllister. I have neglected the site for so long that my catch up failed to go back to your last article. I had read it but not commented, probably too lazy but I will not confirm my reasons till I think of a plausible excuse. Anyhow, my friend, wherever you are, here or across the Atlantic, can I wish you belated season’s greetings and every best wish to you and yours for 2013. I sincerely hope it will be a happy year for everyone. Just a comment on your last piece. It was well reasoned and most of all, for me anyway, so full of hope for good things to come for the club. At a time of potential gloom and doom it was a ray of sunshine among the threatening clouds. Thanks.

    All the best! And mind to keep posting in the new year.

    H H

  7. I think we all know nothing will be said or done about this latest outrage from the zombie squad.

  8. I think we all know nothing will be said or done about this latest outrage from the zombie squad.

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