Posts Tagged ‘scottish’

Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon and Manchester mayor Andy Burnham in spat over COVID-19 travel ban

A row has broken out between the Mayor of Manchester and top politicians in Scotland over an abrupt travel ban imposed over COVID-19. Last Friday Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced that a ban on non-essential journeys between Scotland and the English city would come into effect on Monday. The move came as a shock […]

‘Who are you?’ Scottish MP mocked for photo-shoot of his phone call to Israeli Embassy to de-escalate Hamas conflict

Alyn Smith may not be a big name on the world stage, but the Scottish MP has made waves after he called the Israeli Embassy, in an apparent bid to de-escalate the latest deadly conflict with Hamas, drawing ridicule in the process. On Wednesday, Smith, the Scottish National Party (SNP) MP for Stirling, tweeted a […]

Ancient Scottish village in France mourns death of Prince Philip

In Aubigny-sur-Nère, known as the city of the Stuarts, Scottish flags are raised in tribute to Prince Philip, the late husband of Queen Elizabeth II. In 1423, Charles VII gave the lands of Aubigny to John Stuart of Darnley in gratitude for helping him fight the English. For almost 250 years, the Albany town lived […]

Scottish Roadwork Treasure Trove Now Revealed!

A treasure trove of artifacts was unearthed in Scotland during the building of the A75 Dunragit bypass, a new road in Wigtownshire, Scotland, back in 2014. According to The Scotsman , the discovery included a Mesolithic hunting camp dating back to 7,000 BC, an Iron Age village, and numerous relics spanning thousands of years. Now […]

The Paintings of Scottish Engineer James Nasmyth

James Nasmyth was one of the leading engineers of the nineteenth century, and his principal inventions were the steam hammer and the pile driver which changed the landscape of the industrial world. He was the son of the landscape painter, Alexander Nasmyth, who taught him drawing. He was an enthusiast for photography from the 1830s […]

Rome’s African Emperor: Septimius Severus and the Scottish Invasion

The Libyan-born Septimius Severus has gone down in history as the first African Emperor of Rome . With a thirst for power, he ruled the Roman Empire almost 2,000 years ago, declaring himself Emperor after the definitive Battle of Lugdunum in 197 AD. Obsessed with the dream of establishing a Severn Dynasty, at the end […]

Carved Stones May Indicate Neolithic Settlement on Scottish Isle!

Archaeologists in Orkney believe they “might” have discovered another 5,000-year-old Neolithic settlement in the Bay of Skaill, beside the world famous Skara Brae. Thought to date to around 3,000 BC, the newly discovered “suspected” Neolithic site was discovered in the far north of Scotland on Mainland Orkney. Costal erosion revealed ancient animal bones and what […]

Grammy-nominated Scottish artist, Sophie, dies after fall from Athens balcony

Sophie, the Grammy-nominated Scottish DJ, producer and recording artist who had worked with the likes of Madonna and Charli XCX, has died following an accident in the Greek capital, Athens. She was 34. In a statement, UK label Transgressive said the musician, whose full name was Sophie Xeon, died in the early hours of Saturday […]

Scottish Teachers Reporting Parents Non-Affirming of Their Child’s ‘Transgenderism’ to Social Services

<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> (The Christian Institute) — Schools across Scotland have been reporting parents to local authorities if they are unsupportive of their child’s desire to “swap gender.” The Sunday Times reports that dozens of referrals have been made on the back of publicly-funded guidance produced by […]

5000-Year-Old Prehistoric Temple Discovered On Scottish Island

An ancient “cursus monument” was discovered at the Tormore site on the Isle of Arran. The archaeologists working at the site think it is likely that people traveled from all over what is today Scotland to the western island around 5,000 years ago to visit this prehistoric temple. A chambered cairn was discovered at this […]

The Scottish Maid-of-the-Wave

By Donald Alexander MackenzieFrom Wonder Tales from Scottish Myth and Legend [1917] The mermaid, or, as she is called in Gaelic, Maid-of-the-Wave, has great beauty and is sweet-voiced. Half her body is of fish shape, and glitters like a salmon in sunshine, and she has long copper-coloured hair which she loves to comb as she […]

One Scottish fish exporter’s story: ‘We will come through this — but it will take some time!’

GT Seafoods supplies fish to both the UK and France, exporting species such as coley, ling, monkfish and hake. The French market is “very valuable to us,” says Graeme Tallis, who set up the company based near Peterhead on Scotland’s east coast in 2003. The UK’s biggest fishing port has been bearing the brunt of […]

Scottish NHS Board Shelves Controversial Guidance on Handling Complaints Over Males in Female Hospital Wards

Photo Credit: Jyn Meyer (The Christian Institute) — A NHS health board’s guidance that branded women who complained about sharing a ward with biological men as “transphobic” has been abandoned. According to The Times, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde have now reviewed their “Gender Reassignment Policy,” which compared such women to racists, and decided it… […]

Scottish minister condemns antisemitic abuse directed at Celtic’s Bitton

He said that “antisemitism deserves the same contempt as Islamophobia and any other prejudice.” Source 00

Urquhart Castle – Guardian of Loch Ness and The Site of Bloody Scottish Battles

Urquhart Castle, overlooking Loch Ness from a rocky outcrop, is strategically placed in terms of defense and saw a great many conflicts during its 500 years as a medieval fortress , embroiled as it was in Scotland’s battles for freedom. The ruins tell the story of the castle’s medieval history, the history of the region, […]

Adviser to Scottish Government Says People Should Wear Masks at Christmas Dinner

A Reuters photo essay celebrates how residents of Wuhan are enjoying nightclubs and street parties without the need for masks or social distancing even as much of the rest of the world continues to labor under lockdown. The article notes how young people living in the original epicenter of COVID-19 are now frolicking around in […]

Scottish MP Re-Educated, Rehabilitated, Kosher-Certified To Again Hold Public Office

    Much to the chagrin of some “never forgive, never forget” Jewish watchdog groups, Neale Hanvey, a Scottish member of the British Parliament who served a suspension for antisemitism, has recently been reinstated by his party after going through an extensive philo-semitic “re-education” program — and cleared to be elected to serve on his […]

Law Professor Disciplined by University for Criticizing Scottish Hate Crime Bill

MILTON KEYNES, U.K. (The Christian Institute) — [A] law professor has been disciplined by the Open University (OU) after he warned of the Scottish hate crime bill’s impact on those who maintain that men cannot become women. Alistair Bonnington argued that the bill would “make it a crime for anybody to deny that a ‘trans’ woman […]

Scottish MP ‘Atones’ For ‘Antisemitism’: Re-Educated, Rehabilitated, Kosher-Certified To Again Hold Public Office

Much to the chagrin of some “never forgive, never forget” Jewish watchdog groups, Neale Hanvey, a Scottish member of the British Parliament who served a suspension for antisemitism, has recently been reinstated by his party after going through an extensive philo-semitic “re-education” program — and cleared to be elected to serve on his party’s disciplinary […]

Scottish Hate Crime Bill to Criminalise Misgendering Trans People

Scotts who pronounce that transgender women are not actually women will face criminal prosecution under the impending hate crime legislation if a court finds that their speech “stirred up hatred”, Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf said. On Monday, Mr Yousaf tried to defend the draconian speech restrictions, telling the Scottish Parliament’s justice committee that expressing the […]

Local History Enthusiasts Discover Oldest Medieval Scottish Bridge

A lost medieval bridge, dating back to the 1300s, has been discovered submerged beneath the whiskey-tinted waters of Scotland’s River Teviot. The cities, towns and villages of Middle Age Europe were built around harbors, rivers and canals. If you look at a map of Britain and Ireland, notice the number of major population centers built […]

Six-Headed Scottish Burial Is Actually One Genetic Mass

Scientists in Scotland have analyzed DNA samples from a bizarre 14th-century Scottish burial and have made headway in solving the mystery of the “six-headed chief.” Over the last two years, several headlines have been written about discoveries made at the ancient Pictish church of St. Colman, at Portmahomack in north-east Scotland. Discovered in 1994 and excavated […]

Dead Viking Dynasty Invade Scottish Neolithic Tombs

The Viking Age represents the earliest recorded raids made by Norsemen in 793 AD until the Norman conquest of England in 1066 AD. During this blood-thirsty period Scandinavians mastered shipbuilding and set out in waves to conquer Europe, and as their oceanic prowess increased they eventually reached North America. Television shows like History Channel’s Vikings, […]

Scottish Government’s Attempt to Redefine ‘Woman’ to Be Challenged in Court

Photo Credit: Rebe Pascual (The Christian Institute) — Campaigners have been granted a judicial review over a Scottish government move to redefine the meaning of “woman.” For Women Scotland (FWS) have taken legal action against the government for including men who identify as female in a law designed to address the number of women on […]

Support for Scottish independence soars to 58% in new poll

Scottish support for independence has reached the highest level ever recorded – according to a new Ipsos MORI poll. 58% cent of respondents now say they’d back Scotland leaving the union. During the Scottish Independence Referendum in 2014, just over 44% of voters supported independence. Dr Kirsty Hughes, Director of the Scottish Centre on European […]

Archaeologists Detect Mystery Late Inhabitant of Scottish Ghost Village

Some villages vanish and never return. Others die but are reborn. What can explain these differences? Archaeologists excavating on the Shetland Northern Atlantic subarctic archipelago, located in the Northern Isles of Scotland, have presented details about a Scottish ghost village that was abandoned after being buried in sand more than 300 years ago. Their discoveries […]

Whales Disrupt NATO War Games In Scottish Loch

A pod of whales have been disrupting a large NATO naval exercise in Scotland At least five bottlenose will have to be herded away again after they twice swam back to their original position in the Scottish loch. Marine experts herded the pod out of the loch ahead of Europe’s largest military exercise this weekend, […]

Scottish Girl Meets a White Nationalist

Fat piggy just laughed as I told her the truth about the jews. Sub my bitchute. Sub my Telegram. 00

SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT – COMMENTS ON CORONAVIRUS

We’ve come a long way in the fight against coronavirus. Let’s keep moving forward, not back.gov.scot/coronavirus Stick with It, Scotland 00

The Kelpies of Scottish Lore

By Walter GregorFrom Notes on The Folk-Lore of the North-East of Scotland [1881] Waterkelpie was a creature that lived in the deep pools of rivers and streams. He had commonly the form of a black horse. He appeared at night, and often and often have travellers, in passing through fords or over old bridges, heard […]

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