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The Anti Rangers SNP

Written by: 1972
Tuesday, 13th March 2018

The double standards in Scotland’s Politics and Media have never been more apparent than they may have been over the last few days.

As the Old Firm game approached, the SNP and the media took great exception to the planned Union Bears march from The Loudon in Kinning Park to the Rangers end, with Depute Leader Candidate James Dornan complaining to the Police about the use of the word “Fenian” on the flyer for the March, and being ably backed up on Social Media by various other SNP Republicans.

Dornan, who once posed with a flag for a proscribed terrorist organisation, is hardly in a position to moralise, but Scotland’s media are petrified of offending anyone in the SNP.


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Scottish Football's Innocents - they are being failed again

Written by: WMBB
Friday, 16th February 2018

When will Celtic's abused and forgotten generation see justice?

The Times recently reported that football clubs face multi-million pound claims in compensation due to the crimes committed by the predatory sexual offender Barry Bennell.


Why has the SFA, Scottish government and Celtic FC failed in their duty of care towards children? The conviction of Jim Torbett was seen by many and to the relief of Celtic Boys Club (Celtic FC) as the end. It should have been the beginning of a thorough and detailed investigation into Celtic FC and the wider Scottish football community but instead the victims have been forgotten.

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Offensive Behaviour At Football Act 2012 - What You Need To Know

Written by: Nathan Robert
Tuesday, 23rd January 2018

Several news media sources have continually printed lies, half-truths and misunderstandings about the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012. The legislation is itself a half-baked quagmire pushed through with little thought given to the civil liberties of citizens.

The purpose of this short article is to clear the air with regards to several aspects of the legislation, as a means of protecting Rangers fans from unjust prosecution. The information presented has been acquired from Police Scotland through a series of freedom of information requests.

1: There is no list of banned songs in Scotland

Several newspapers, including the Scottish Sun and the Daily Record have criticized Rangers fans for singing ‘banned’ songs. The clear implication is that the relevant legislation includes a list of circumscribed songs. However, this is false. In correspondence dated 29th of February 2012, J.M Begbie, then policy advisor for the Criminal Justice and Disclosure Team of Police Scotland made this quite clear:

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The Not-So Impartial Matt Coyle

Written by: Joe Smith
Saturday, 20th January 2018

I sometimes wonder if I live in an unknown house, on an unknown planet, from another universe, to borrow from Scottish Football ‘puppet master’ Peter Lawwell. Where else could you see a young mother, and her family, get a character assassination for singing a song? Well, here in Scotland, actually.  

Disgraceful journalism was to the fore again when friend of ill Phil Mc Ghoilla Bhain and Angela ‘I don’t do drugs’ Haggerty, MMattheww Ccoyle, as he likes to be known as on Facebook, got the green crayons out and began scribbling in full bheastly offended mode. In typical cowardly fashion, he picked out and targeted a woman in his article published in the Scottish Sun.

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What is wrong with these people?

Written by: 1972
Tuesday, 9th January 2018

Life in Glasgow can be absurd at times, and this once proud city appears to now host some of the most disturbed and messed up idiots imaginable, particularly a (small but loud?) section of the Celtic support.

We've witnessed over the last few years, levels of obsession from the Celtic support with Rangers which are beyond anything you could ever imagine.

During this time, Celtic supporters have bombarded the media, footballing authorities, the advertising standards agency and anyone else they can think of with all manner of fictional 'information' about our club, typically alongside requests to stop recognising Rangers history, or to have the club punished in some way.

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