Huge Crowd Gathered in Edinburgh Also, this was below Edinburgh Castle
Woke up to this video in my in-box, I don’t know who to thank, so whoever took it, thanks. I sometimes find my own video’s in other places, way I see it, it matters not who tells the story, as long as it is told. Today the Yes campaign is ahead in the Official polls for the first time ever. We have 11 days Scotland to see this through. Westminster will use dirty tricks and false flag rubbish to sway us. Don’t fall for it. I thought I would share this video, apparently it just ‘Happened’ I love it when a mass crowd just happens. I don’t do the hate part of the referendum, but I am yet to see a flash No voter gathering. BRING IT HOME SCOTLAND! Video below is from Glasgow Yesterday
40 miles from my house in Glasgow there was huge Pro-Palestine event, the council in Glasgow are coming under HEAVY attack from all sides for flying that flag over a government building. This was Glasgow/Scotland swhowing support for the genocide in Gaza. Glasgow’s council has provoked controversy by flying the flag of the Palestinian people from the City Hall. The council said it had decided to fly the flag – a green, white and black tricolour with a red triangle at one end – as a mark of support for those affected by the violence in Gaza. The banner was erected on one of the flag poles outside Glasgow City Hall on Friday morning. It came about after the mayor of Bethlehem, which in twinned with Glasgow, wrote to the city’s Lord Provost, asking Glasgow to show solidarity. Although Bethlehem is in the West Bank, the city council said it felt it was necessary to fly the flag to support all the people in the Palestinian Territories. It has prompted outrage from Jewish groups, who say it will not achieve anything.
Deputy Leader of Glasgow City Council Archie Graham
Jewish Representative Council president Paul Morron told Sky News: “Flying the Palestinian flag achieves nothing. “It’s the worst form of politics. It’s not going to change views and minds. Glasgow council should also be flying the Israeli flag.” A letter sent to the Mayor of Bethlehem from Glasgow’s Lord Provost, Councillor Sadie Docherty, said: “I offer heartfelt sympathy to the people of Gaza who are suffering during this most recent outbreak of violence. “Glasgow is home to many friends of Palestine and this is a deeply distressing time for them. “They represent a variety of ethnicities, political persuasions, faiths and none. However, they are united by a common desire to support the Palestinian people.
The flag is being flown outside Glasgow City Hall
“In solidarity with Bethlehem and Palestine, Glasgow City Council will raise the Palestinian flag on Friday August 8.” Councillor Archie Graham, deputy leader of Glasgow City Council, said the council had had a lot of emails from residents asking for them to show their support for the people of Gaza He told Media: “If any of our twin cities find themselves in difficulties, then we jump to help, of course we do. “We met with people from the Jewish Representative Council … The last thing we want to do is offend anyone and we absolutely condemn any anti-Semitism anywhere and we feel for the victims of the conflict no matter which side they are on. “We are working with the Jewish Representative Council to try and allay any fears they might have but we feel absolutely that we have to show solidarity with the victims of this conflict, many of whom are innocent children.”
Pro-Palestinian demonstrators gathered to watch the flag being raised
I heard a few lads were there with Israel flags, police had to surround them for their own good… They had a right, but this is Scotland!! Crazy
Glasgow Celtic Football Fans raise this flag at most home games
The people of Scotland stand side by side with Palestine. Our Government in Westminster does not
Palestinian flag distributors at Celtic Park explain cause to police