Jun 28, 2022 -- 5:27PM, akabula wrote:
TimberWhat currency are Scotland going to use??Nobody has ever answered that pretty important questionSit down Timber the question was answered on QTby SNP MSP Emma Harper. She says that as we allused our credit cards during the pandemic itshowed that we don't need a currency. Thats genuine btw and they want to run my country.
Jun 28, 2022 -- 5:29PM, akabula wrote:
malushka also suggested that the old Scottish poundof over 300 years ago could be used.
Old Mushy is addled
Jun 28, 2022 -- 5:34PM, akabula wrote:
mmmalushka31 May 22 11:58Joined: 30 Sep 02 | Topic/replies: 2,617 | Blogger: mmmalushka's blogThis Union is rotten and is slowly but surely coming to an end.We already have a currency.The pound Scots was the unit of currency in the Kingdom of Scotland before the kingdom unified with the Kingdom of England in 1707. It was introduced by David I, in the 12th century, on the model of English and French money, divided into 20 shillings, each of 12 pence.Thats his post in all its glory. Problem solved. Hallelujah.
Jun 29, 2022 -- 4:54PM, akabula wrote:
https://twitter.com/i/status/1541828648319295489At best she'll get a pretendy referendum.Cancelled a debate on our massive drug problemto announce this nonsense.
Drugs policy isn't devolved to Scotland. It is the responsibility of Westminster.
Jul 1, 2022 -- 3:46PM, xmoneyx wrote:
unionist paper put out a poll39% YESwas only 500 people
The wording was something along the lines of "Do you wish Scotland to have another divisive referendum"?