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Thread #152671   Message #3571921
Posted By: GUEST
01-Nov-13 - 05:25 AM
Thread Name: Scottish republican socialist songs
Subject: RE: Scottish republican socialist songs
Oxy Morons for the Brutish Empah?

Scottish Socialists for Independence was initiated by the Communist Party of Scotland, who renounced their old GB Imperial title. Like the SRSN, it is a cross party group. We all work together for that end.

I must say there are some factions, Judean Popular Fronts, on the left in the Scotland Yes Campaign who spend more time attacking Alex Salmond and the SNP than putting any case for Indp0endence. Counter productive. I would say?

Here is a worth while folk nite organised by the SCND and I hope some of youse yins may see fit to grace us with your worthiness. Who knows. You may hear some new Scottish sings from Eddie Reader and co.

Glasgow CND is holding a Social event tonight Friday - 1 Nov.
It offers a nice mix of readings, folk music and good craic. The venue will be St Peter's Church Hall, 66 Chancellor Street (near Hyndland St) and it starts at 7.30pm. The readings will come from the actor David Hayman, the Makar (National Poet of Scotland) Liz Lochhead, and writer and broadcaster Chris Dolan.

The music comes from people who equally need no introduction - Mick West, Arthur Johnstone and Mark Callaghan - and we even have our very own political rap artist Marc Livingstone. We have no license, so please bring your own beverages. Glasses will be provided.

Tickets are a very reasonable 6 (4 unwaged) and are available by replying to this email. Tickets are going well and people should be able to get in at the door, but better to book in advance to be certain.

Japan Desk Scotland is going to hold Japan Matters public lecture on 'Environmental radiation in Fukushima' on Friday 8 November at the Mitchell Library from 2.30 till 4pm.
The guest speaker is Mr Kimiaki Saito, Fellow, Tokyo Office, Headquarters of Fukushima Partnership Operations, Japan Atomic Energy Agency.

SCND supporters are welcome to join.