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prince21 Posted 12th Feb 2018, 09:44am
  [quote name='Weeman' date='30th Jan 2018, 03:19pm' post='3737491']
I have no respect for any religion in the world, I particularly have a deep dislike of the most common of the organised religions that brainwash their disciples from a very young and vulnerable age.

I was 9 years old when I gave up reciting the Lord's Prayer due to numerous inconsistencies in the bible. I sat face up, eyes open without my hands clasped together.

The morning I did so, I was 'cliped' by a lass a few rows in front of me to the teacher...fortunately, I was exonerated when the teacher asked the lass, "How do you know?"

Absolute bliss.
[/ I do not do god.All religions are all praying for the same thing. They hope when they die they are going to be reborn good luck i hope all their prayers come true. I have no bias to anyone,s religion sadly this part of the world i live in is full of sectarian hatred so sad for everyone. We should respect everyone no matter what their beliefs are.
wombat Posted 11th Feb 2018, 06:49pm
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bilbo.s Posted 11th Feb 2018, 01:40pm
  Is anybody there?

https://grousebeater.wordpress.com/2017/03/...me-to-scotland/
JAGZ1876 Posted 3rd Feb 2018, 12:53pm
  "Jacob Rees-Mogg has accused Treasury civil servants of “fiddling the figures"

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/polit...c-a8192621.html

No doubt John mcn will be equally as scathing and insulting to his fellow senior separatist as he is to me when i question the accuracy of the Treasury's figures. unsure.gif
prince21 Posted 1st Feb 2018, 11:36am
 
QUOTE (bilbo.s @ 1st Feb 2018, 08:56am) *
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Could not agree more. The fact that we have more unelected people pals of the pals in power nothing will ever change London is a country within a country the people of this so called united kingdom must surely wake up and see how we are all dictated to. The Brexit vote proved to me what i always knew how we are all so divided and that plays into the people at the top. The many have to unite and the so called united kingdom needs an elected head of state chosen by its people. When this happens then we will truly see change for the many.
bilbo.s Posted 1st Feb 2018, 08:56am
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bilbo.s Posted 30th Jan 2018, 04:51pm
 
QUOTE (Weeman @ 30th Jan 2018, 04:19pm) *
I have no respect for any religion in the world, I particularly have a deep dislike of the most common of the organised religions that brainwash their disciples from a very young and vulnerable age.

I was 9 years old when I gave up reciting the Lord's Prayer due to numerous inconsistencies in the bible. I sat face up, eyes open without my hands clasped together.

The morning I did so, I was 'cliped' by a lass a few rows in front of me to the teacher...fortunately, I was exonerated when the teacher asked the lass, "How do you know?"

Absolute bliss.



I am with you 100% here, Weeman. Good story!
Weeman Posted 30th Jan 2018, 03:19pm
  I have no respect for any religion in the world, I particularly have a deep dislike of the most common of the organised religions that brainwash their disciples from a very young and vulnerable age.

I was 9 years old when I gave up reciting the Lord's Prayer due to numerous inconsistencies in the bible. I sat face up, eyes open without my hands clasped together.

The morning I did so, I was 'cliped' by a lass a few rows in front of me to the teacher...fortunately, I was exonerated when the teacher asked the lass, "How do you know?"

Absolute bliss.
JAGZ1876 Posted 30th Jan 2018, 11:13am
  The dark side of British nationalism that lurks just under the surface.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/politics...muslim-11930373



"A Labour councillor told Anas Sarwar he couldn’t vote for him because Scotland wasn’t ready for a “brown, Muslim P*k*"

"Another senior Labour member told Sarwar she had been planning to back him for leader until she saw a picture of his wife wearing a hijab – the traditional Islamic headscarf"

If Mr Sarwar is serious about tackling racism, "Sarwar told the Record: “What I am hoping to do by talking about this is to call out these incidents so we hold ourselves to a higher standard and we start talking about racism and Islamophobia in the same way we do about other forms of prejudice” then he should be naming and shaming the racists in his own party.
JAGZ1876 Posted 26th Jan 2018, 06:58pm
 
QUOTE (prince21 @ 26th Jan 2018, 01:17pm) *
I lived 139 Firhill road and you know as well as me the Jags are still the best team in Maryhill.
What do you think of the latest fake news about the Russians and how they could kill thousands of people in the west? We could all kill thousands of people with our nuclear weapons. I seemed to have heard this type of news before about the Russians during the cold war in the Sixties. It,s my opinion this is fake news again


To be honest i missed the story you're referring to Prince, all i see is outraged unionists going on about a change to how many times that the SG will fly the union flag.

Quite why they waited almost a decade after the change was made to be outraged is anyone's guess though. unsure.gif
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