Thursday, February 14, 2013

"Yes Nairnshire" inaugural meeting - pictures

Pictures from the meeting in the Community Centre tonight. Speakers  Iain Domment, John Finnie and Donnie MacLeod told the meeting why they support the Yes campaign. 


A couple of green party loons, one from the Basque Country and another from Catalonia, showing international support in Nairn Community Centre tonight.  More from the meeting later. 


12 comments:

Pookie Candelabra said...

What's the latest on the EU palaver? P xx

LD MacKenzie said...

Sorry Pookie dont know the latest on the EU palaver,but I can inform you that the YES campaign is a complete & utter palaver, its a waste of time & money. L xx

Yes man said...

Morning Pookie - the latest will be the latest scare story in the Daily Express

Have a nice day

Pookie Candelabra said...

Morning Mr. Yes - the man from the EU, he still say 'no' though.

P xx

Rosalie said...

Message to Pookie look out for the Local Rag on Monday i hope it sends a message to you.

Anonymous said...

Pookie - Quelle palaver?
Colin

liar liar pants on fire said...

Simple question, how can we be an independent nation if we still have to do what the EU tells us?

Pookie Candelabra said...

It's called International Co-operation darling. Check out Guardian's Scottish Independence Blog. Well researched facts from the start of EU. Interesting and illuminating. Worth a look.

liar liar pants on fire said...

International co-operation?
Having to obey European laws is hardly co-operation, just ask our fishermen!
Nope, while we are in the EU we are governed by their laws, never mind the Guardian, try the dictionary -

Pookie Candelabra said...

Ummm, OK Luv, you have your own ideas. I will visit you in you lonely cave with a kiss and a lifetime's worth of bloody fools and horses. Including uncut version of Peckham spring. i am so generous


Pookie Candelabra said...

No man, woman or child is an island, by the way. Humanity is a social group, like it or not. It's the way we roll.

Love to all my wonderful friends.

P xx

Anonymous said...

EU perspective. Worth noting the verbatim email direct from the Irish Foreign Minister as opposed to the Unionists' interppretation of what she meant:
"My understanding is that the Scottish Government has already committed to a negotiation with the EU between 2014 and 2016, if you vote for independence in 2014. If my interview suggested something other than that, this was not my intention. I think my comments have been misconstrued - if so I sincerely regret this.
As SNP Westminster Leader, Angus Robertson said ‘Negotiations on the terms of membership would take place in the period between the referendum and the planned date of independence’, and that ‘The EU would adopt a simplified procedure for the negotiations, not the traditional procedure followed for the accession of non-member countries’. I think that sums up the situation quite well."
Vote YES next year and by 2016 negotiations are completed. Quid pro quo.