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    Default An Unfair World

    A4 paper White !, Vans White !!, Milk White !!!, Snow White !!!!, Sugar White !!!!!!, Polar Bears White !!!!!!!, Toothpaste White !!!!!!!!,
    Polo Mints White !!!!!!!!!, Toilet Paper White !!!!!!!!!!


    Action must be taken more, Diversity, Equality, Inclusion, now !

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    You need to see the video to remind the public just what he said!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUCFDzzZLKI

    To me, a job should always be given to the best candidate, full stop!

    Also, not sure why he's getting so worked up about it as 96% of Scots are white!

    https://www.scotlandscensus.gov.uk/c...nce/ethnicity/

    I wonder if his speech would fall foul of the new law as I did find it mildly offensive.

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    Watched.
    He is talking to ‘A full House’! Oh Dear!
    Seems you got what you asked for.

    What is the difference with ALBA from The SNP?
    Last edited by The Horseman; 04-Apr-24 at 20:12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Horseman View Post
    Watched.
    He is talking to ‘A full House’! Oh Dear!
    Seems you got what you asked for.

    What is the difference with ALBA from The SNP?
    The Alba Party is led by Alex Salmond, he used to be the SNP leader. Some background at this link:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alba_Party

    So far the Alba Party have had little electoral success, but have some representation due to defections. I am not an expert in politics, but as far as I can see, if they were to stand at the next UK general election, given past performance they would be unlikely to win any seats but they could take support from the SNP leading to the SNP losing seats to parties opposed to Scottish independence such Labour, Liberal Democrat and Conservatives. Would any independence supporters think that this would be a worthwhile outcome?

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