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  1. Indeed it hasn't. It didn't welcome the Jews fleeing persecution in Europe in the 1930s and even up to 1948.
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  2. I can't actually take you seriously. You want to destroy diversity and personal freedom of choice by forcing those who do not feel British to be British. Yet with the same broad brush you say you want to prevent animosity. Does your homogenised ideal extend to Europe. Come on we are all European what's wrong with a united states of Europe. This is what I mean about the level of debate from the unionists they think there is only one legitimate form of nationality British. I am sure it was the same argument that Ghandi had to put up with. Seems the old imperial arrogance and frankly stupid logic
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  3. Nothing is special about me nor scots/scotland. It is you that keep suggesting silly things like that. Really, nothing you and I can say or do will change anything. I'm just watching things moving along giving my own thoughts.
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  4. The level of debate from the English contributors never fails to amaze me in it's arrogance and ignorance.So much so that I can't even be bothered answering any of the posts now. It's the same argument that was happening 20 years ago. Scotland has moved on these people are stuck in the past.
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  5. I'm simply giving the reasons as to why we are where we are. You can argue with me until you are blue in the face and it won't change anything. "The idea that one part of a country should be allowed to become seperately independant" Yes, that is rather a silly idea, but then the UK is not a country, it is a unitary state (Scotland and England are joined under treaty which you can go and have a read of if you like), now partly devolved due to the fact it is not a country. What are your thoughts on Eire? Is it different to Scotland and England? How? Do you go on Irish forums berating them for
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  6. Scotland is a country. You are describing regions of England. Wikipedia provides a nice, quick summary. Scotland (Scottish Gaelic: Alba ([ˈalË ÌªapÉ™] listen (help·info)) is a country that is part of the United Kingdom.[12][13][14] Occupying the northern third of the island of Great Britain, it shares a border with England to the south and is bounded by the North Sea to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, and the North Channel and Irish Sea to the southwest. In addition to the mainland, Scotland constitutes over 790 islands[15] including the Northern Isles and the Hebrides.
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