Saturday, June 23, 2007

Has Gordon Brown sworn to favour Scotland ?

The CEP has a timely post that suggest Gordon Brown is either an oath breaker or unable to become a fair prime minister of the United Kingdom.

The Claim of Right, signed by Gordon Brown in 1988, read:

We, gathered as the Scottish Constitutional Convention, do hereby acknowledge the sovereign right of the Scottish people to determine the form of Government best suited to their needs, and do hereby declare and pledge that in all our actions and deliberations their interests shall be paramount.

Now we know Scotland will be favoured by the NuLabour, as it has been in terms on finance, and constitutional arrangement plus the attempt by Labour to destroy the English nation with its regionalism agenda.

But here we have a bind that shows that Gordon Brown is either dishonest or deceitful. ( you can of course have both ).

England is again the victim of the Celtic socialists of Labour and the Lib Dems. ( I'll give the SNP credit as at least their view point is fair and reasonable for the English ).

See also: Tartan Hero who says "Now the Clunking Fist has a strong habit of forgetting about anything he agreed to, believed in or said before becoming the Iron Chancellor in 97..."

1 comment:

Rachel Joyce said...

I've also blogged on this under the theme of democracy - EU and English votes decisions both a bit devoid of democracy I would say.