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Malcolm Kirk In my opinion your argument about the …

Comment posted Another part of the cost of the A83 closure by John Sinclair.

Malcolm Kirk
In my opinion your argument about the funding stream is valid and should be addressed, but sadly we lack doers, the system is wrong. Every time there’s an election and a new tribe takes power, they claim they will do better and all the problems were caused by the last tribe. Then the next tribe takes power and blames the last one for all the disasters. Its a merry go round. Look at the debate about road closure and ferries, where are all the problems stemming from. The biggest majority tribe are the non voters we need to tap into their needs.

John Sinclair also commented

  • I had to do this, sorry.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xe1a1wHxTyo
  • “Kilmartin Museum sometimes holds basket weaving courses if you were still looking for a constructive hobby.” With plastic bags clogging up the environment, sustainable woven bags and baskets may make a come back.
  • “And Malcolm is missing the essential point about wind: the fuel is free and, while it is intermittent, it is inexhaustible.”
    Please correct me if I am wrong, but there is a limit to how much wind we can use before the whole weather pattern would change. There is a place for wind power, but there is a balance, bio diversity of power generation.

Recent comments by John Sinclair

  • The independence campaign: personal gains and loss
    Read my older posts Karl, you might just get a inkling of were I am going from were I have come.
    And for you Richard grow up for once, grow a pair of yesticles, your antics no longer have any amusement value left, enjoy snuggling into your processions. And finally this comment is for Robert, just go out and buy a bigger car, and then buy a bigger car, you will never ever be happy, you have no love in you, no happiness. They are not my words they are from a man whose house is
    filled with happiness and caring and love for everyone.“I lost the friends that needed losing / found others on the way.”
  • The independence campaign: personal gains and loss
    Karl what do I deserve, come on spit it out, if I give it I should be able to take it. Come on then what do I deserve, let everyone known, is your true personality coming out now. Just say it you will feel a lot better.
  • The independence campaign: personal gains and loss
    “now stop your nonsense”
    Strange, the Yes movement has driven that change you are talking about, without it the ruling hands of Westminster would still have a firm grip round all our throats, we are prising them away to let us all breath clearly once again. Some people are so selfish, just me,me,me.
  • The independence campaign: personal gains and loss
    Got to go, enjoy working abroad and using Scotland as a hotel and play thing when you pop back. We want change, we want a good future for the generations to come. We will put a stop to the export trade of the youth because there’s no hope left in their home nation. This is due to the greed of Westminster. Change is here, the yes movement has driven it, there is a society here we need each other we are on that road.
  • The independence campaign: personal gains and loss
    “Remember the silent Jnr…which way will they vote YOU do not know…”
    Talk of 97% register to vote, talk of 80% plus voting, a big block of people who didn’t even have a voice have registered to vote, many for the first time in their adult life. They are not going to stay silent for much longer.

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