Podcast/Audio – Why we should ignore the fear and vote yes Scotland


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Another Podcast/Audio Bog, only 7 minutes long. What I am seeing and why I believe we must be clever and ignore all these lies over food prices, banks moving, oil, currency, pensions, hep for the poor, the end of foodbanks, help for the disabled who are poor. We can end this in 5 days Scotland. Listen to what I am saying and let me know if you agree….

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Glasgow Today

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A LOT TO ANSWER FOR, AND THEY WILL HAVE TO EITHER WAY

Don't be that stupid parent or grandparent

Don’t be that stupid parent or grandparent

This is the truth, a quick google, we see we are lied to

This is the truth, a quick google, we see we are lied to

We must understand what this means Scotland!

We must understand what this means Scotland!

A letter sent our the last few days from the Labour Party. All lies

A letter sent our the last few days from the Labour Party. All lies

A lie, Ed Miliband said it, but Labour denied it

A lie, Ed Miliband said it, but Labour denied it

Glasgow Today! Amazing

Glasgow Today! Amazing

They know they have lost

They know they have lost

This is the level of  lies we are getting from the BBC

This is the level of lies we are getting from the BBC

Another Myth/Lie we can put to bed

Another Myth/Lie we can put to bed

YES On Edinburgh Castle, can see it from my house, well up the hill

YES On Edinburgh Castle, can see it from my house, well up the hill

Ack we have to laugh right?

Ack we have to laugh right?

Celtic edge out stubborn Dons 2-1 as we head to FC Salzburg


What a difference Brown made today against a good Aberdeen side

What a difference Brown made today against a good Aberdeen side

 By Shaun Gibson

By Shaun Gibson

http://thecelticnetwork.co.uk/2014/09/13/celtic-edge-out-stubborn-dons-2-1-as-we-head-to-fc-salzburg/

http://www.celticnewsnow.com/news/celtic-edge-out-stubborn-dons-2-1-as-we-head-to-fc-salzburg/100472?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=TwitterFeed

With Europa League on Thursday Celtic needed all 3 points and some confidence. Ronny started 2 new players in Tonev and Scepovic, they both had decent games, Tonev I think is a decent player but he needs game time. Scepovic made several superb runs for through balls, once we learn his movement he will score goals you can tell the lad knows where to be. Celtic took the lead on 9 minutes a Commons corner, great ball in a volley from Ambrose came of the chest of Denayer almost on the line and 1-0 to Celtic. 7 minutes later a great run and ball in from Commons seen Scepovic score but the linesman said he was offside, I wasn’t sure on that one. Aberdeen had few chances before Scott Brown made Langfield save.

Denayer gets a chest on an Ambrose volley to make it 1-0

Denayer gets a chest on an Ambrose volley to make it 1-0

It was all Celtic at this stage, Tonev hit the outside of the post with a shot come cross, McGregor then came in from the right and curled a shot just wide. All Celtic at the 25 minute mark. Commons had two half chances soon after a shot and then a cross from Tenov he couldn’t reach. All Celtic and it was ‘When will the 2nd goal come” Aberdeen had a few chances but the half ended in a deserved 1-0 lead for Celtic

The 2nd half was a totally different game, with Brown, Tonev and Scepovic all lacking match fitness, Aberdeen came into the game. Celtic made it 2-0 50 seconds into the second half, a ball squared to Commons 10 yards out, he moved it to his left foot, shot at the left post, was going in but the ball rebounded of an Aberdeen defenders leg for 2-0 and well deserved at this point. Then step up Craig Gordon, he pulled off a few saves and something he does that Forster never did, come for crosses, at one point he came about 15 yards out to gather the ball, he is always shouting at his defence and he did well today and is turning into a brilliant free after selling Forster for £10 Million.

Commons scores Celtic's 2nd and what proved to be the winner

Commons scores Celtic’s 2nd and what proved to be the winner

Aberdeen started to get a hold of the ball and had a few chances, Celtic at this stage stopped pressing as well as we were, but to be expected with players lacking fitness. Commons shot and hit the bar on 55 minutes. Almost right away Aberdeen got a goal, 2-1 came when David Goodwillie headed in for his first Aberdeen goal after an Andrew Considine cross. To be fair Van Dijk should have won the header. Celtic made a few changes John Guidetti for his debut as well as Beram Kayal with Stefan Scepovic and Scott Brown going off at this stage Aberdeen looked more likely to score again, but a lot of praise to the manager today for a tactical change that worked, off  came Tonev for Biton to match up with Aberdeen’s midfield centre 3. Aberdeen had a lot of crosses in the box but Gordon was there for all of them. Aberdeen had a lot of possession in the middle of the 2nd half without actually causing any real damage

John Guidetti did well and you can tell the kid will close down and make things happen. This was a game where we gave 3 new players a game and got Scott Brown back just in time for Europe. Ronny will know his best side by now, no sign of Berget, Griffiths and Stokes proves Ronny will play his team and I was delighted to see that, I may not agree but we need our manager to be strong, Ronny is learning fast at one of the biggest clubs on earth where expectations are brutal for the manager. Celtic had 2 chances before the final whistle, McGregor slotted home but was offside, Johansen won the ball at the edge of the Celtic box and started a run, before we knew it he was in the Aberdeen box about to fire home but the Aberdeen goalie got down well.

Final Score: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen, 3 points are way more important as we look to find a settled 11 

TCN Man of the match – Denayer. He blocked a few shots and made it look so easy. Commons had a good game and got his goal, Johansen was better today, but for me Denayer shaded it

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Celtic Vs Aberdeen – Live Text Commentary


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Join me here http://thecelticnetwork.co.uk/2014/09/13/celtic-vs-aberdeen-live-text-commentary/ or on Twitter @TCNLiveblog https://twitter.com/TCNLiveblog

Live text commentary 10 minutes from now, team news as I get it and up to the second live text commentary. Will we see a start for any of the new players?

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Tonev and Scepovic start with Guidetti and Wakaso on the bench. Good to see new players I hope

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subs: Zaluska, Bitton, Guidetti, Stokes, Wakaso, Kayal, OConnell

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subs: Zaluska, Bitton, Guidetti, Stokes, Wakaso, Kayal, O’Connell

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Starting 11 Gordon, Izaguirre, van Dijk, Denayer, Ambrose; Brown, Johansen; McGregor, Commons, Tonev, Scepovic

ENTIRE LEADERSHIP OF ISIS OPPOSITION WIPED OUT BY ‘UNEXPLAINED’ EXPLOSION


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Well it looks likes ISIS/IS have been given a huge helping hand to take over Syria pushing Assad to the South west of his country. This is a big thing for ‘The thing for the new Islamic State’ in reality this just allowed ISIS or whoever they call themselves these days time and space to get bigger. I did this article here a while back https://acenewsdesk.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/isis-leader-calls-on-every-muslim-to-go-to-the-territory-in-a-hitleresque-speech-the-world-cant-ignore/ asked for all who sided with them to come to “The Territory” My thinking, with John McCain meeting the heads of ISIS were “SET UP” Get them all there and bomb them, job done, go home and bob’s your Uncle. Well it hasn’t went this way at all. And ISIS gave a map of  where they hope to take, very similar to Hitler. Links at the bottom of the page to this and McCain speaking to ISIS/Islamic State, I am unsure if these guys killed were the ones the USA were supposed be arming with Weapons, and not for free, so what gives? I smell a RAT!

What the Islamic State want to hold

What the Islamic State want to hold

https://acenewsdesk.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/photos-of-john-mccain-seen-with-isis-leaders-in-syria-before-their-rampage-through-iraq/

Photos of ‘John McCain’ Seen With ISIS Leaders in Syria Before Their Rampage Through Iraq

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Nearly fifty senior commanders of a major coalition of Islamic ‘moderates’ opposed to ISIS in Syria have been killed by an explosion at their secret command bunker as they met to discuss strategy against the the Islamic State.

The blast in the Northwest region of Idlib, Syria on Tuesday killed senior members of rebel group the Ahrar-al-Sham brigade (AaS), including leader Hassan Abboud and 45 others including senior members from other rebel alliance groups, reports The Times. The Idlib region stands in AaS territory, but it is close to the front-line with ISIS in neighbouring Aleppo.

Sources dispute the source of the blast, with it being unclear whether it was an opposition group, suicide bomber, or accidental explosion at a nearby ammunition dump. Regardless, the incident will destabilise and possibly tear apart the AaS group and associated Islamic Front Coalition which was recently described as “the most powerful armed group in Syria”. Islamic group Ahrar-al-Sham, whose name translates as ‘The Free Men of Syria’, is one of many movements competing in the inter-rebel conflict in Syria. A number of rebel groups are presently fighting each other as well as besieged Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, whose power base is in West and South-West, for overall control of the Region.

As the main rival to ISIS for control of Syria, the AaS blast if not orchestrated by the Islamic State will certainly be greatly beneficial to them. The ‘decapitation’ strategy, targeting Ahrar-al-Sham’s political, military and spiritual leadership is reminiscent of the United States’ targeted strikes against the leadership of Al-Qaeda. The death of Abboud and his followers in Idlib highlights the difficulty of Western involvement in the conflict, where enemies of the apparent first enemy ISIS also make fairly poor potential allies. Many members of AaS have come from groups like Al-Qaeda and would in any other context be considered hard line Islamists.

The Ahrar-al-Sham brigade has also been extremely critical of Western involvement in the conflict. In an interview before his death leader Abboud rejected the Geneva peace conference saying: “We see Geneva as a tool of manipulation; to derail the Syrian revolution away from its goals and objectives …. Whatever outcome the conference may yield, will be binding on the Syrian National Coalition only. For us, we will continue to fight for our revolution until we restore our rights”. Ahrar-al-Sham has appointed a new leader, Hashim al-Sheikh, who will attempt to hold together the fragile coalition which has lost most of its senior thinkers and strategists. al-Sheik said the attack “will only make us more resilient to fight and continue the fight until we liberate our homeland” on Wednesday.

This happened a few days ago, you may or may not know about it. I have had my head buried in the Pro-Scotland movement  https://acenewsdesk.wordpress.com/?s=Scotland

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/world/middleeast/article4202352.ece

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/sep/10/explosion-syria-kills-leadership-ahrar-al-sham

http://www.infowars.com/entire-leadership-of-isis-opposition-wiped-out-by-unexplained-explosion/

http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2639304/pg1

http://rare.us/story/john-mccain-demands-apology-from-all-whove-questioned-his-foreign-policy/

https://time.com/3321450/isis-obama-speech-john-mccain-jay-carney/