Sorry for the downtime folks. Health problems. Hoping to be back in the saddle soon – bigger and better 🙂

Onwards and upwards!

Saor Alba!



Alastair Carmichael

It’s a sad reflection of the kind of society we live in that Alastair Carmichael is STILL in office. I hope everyone is making a note of every politician who is still supporting him and his shameful decision to hang on at all costs. Remember them – for later days.

In my not so humble opinion Carmichael embodies everything that is wrong with modern politics. For way too long We The People have allowed our politicians and our governments to get away with bloody blue murder. Often, quite literally! Well, word on the streets from grass-root movements for change all around the globe is that those days are rapidly coming to a long overdue close.

You don’t have to look far to see that people everywhere have had enough of corrupt status-quo political structures. At long last armies of rightfully outraged citizens are not only speaking up and out about it, they are now taking very determined and effective social and political action for a radical reform of the whole corporate controlled political system we presently endure which (and we all know this) is rotten to its very core!

The petition I am supporting here is another step in that just and transformational direction. Help to get Carmichael the hell out of the elected office he has utterly disgraced. Sign the petition – and spread the word about it in every way that you can:

Alastair Carmichael’s Resignation Petition

Saor Alba!

An International Embarrassment by Alastair Carmichael

Butterfly Rebellion

On receipt of an official government memo, leaked by a senior civil servant, the Daily Telegraph newspaper published on 3 April an account of a meeting between Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, and the French Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Sylvie Bermann. According to this document the First Minister was purported to have said that she would prefer to see David Cameron remain in Downing Street after the general election, and that she did not see Ed Miliband as “Prime Minister material.” Immediately upon the publication of the paper both Her Excellency Sylvie Bermann and Nicola Sturgeon denied that these things were said in their discussion. What was known for sure from the first was that this leak came from the Scotland Office; the headquarters of the British administration in Scotland (based in London and Edinburgh).

By the following morning Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary, had ordered a full leak inquiry; not…

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If At First You Don’t Succeed…

Houston we have a problem…

Just tried to re-blog “No Easy Way Out” from Ray McRobbie’s excellent “Still Raining – Still Dreaming” blog-site. Didn’t work out. For some reason the re-blogging engine gave me a large empty white image holder at the top of the post here. Sadly, had to delete it and just put a link to it instead. Needs must… 🙂

I really enjoyed the read. CHECK IT OUT HERE