The real Neverendum debate: Ur ye wan o’ us, or ur ye wan o’ them?

Schism: A small word with big Skintish connotations. Nationalist ffrreeddoomm™ fighters and Unionist subjugating oppressors are looking forward to the day when the debate steps up into the realms of real division – to the days when Anti-Scotsfinder Generals like Joan McArthyalpine can ask, “Ur ye wan o’ us, or ur ye wan o’ them?” and your fate can be decided accordingly – depending on the answer of course. AhDinnaeKen investigates:

"Nationalism is psychological warfare. Nationalists try to manipulate us and change our behavior by creating fear, uncertainty, and division in society." - Eddy Longshanker.

“Nationalism is psychological warfare. Nationalists try to manipulate us and change our behavior by creating fear, uncertainty, and division in society.” – Eddy Longshanker.

By Akrah Moanie

FORMER CANADIAN Prime Minister Jock Cretin has warned that the Neverendum debate could lead to somebody gettin’their heid kicked in the nicht and every nicht depending on which side of the Neverendum debate they support.

Echoing advice taken from Viscount Dundee, the Master of Stair and the McCrone report, the ex-politico envisions splits in counties, towns, streets, households and families.

He even suggested that dogs may stop living cordially with cats.

The ex-Prime Minister who presided over Quebec’s virtual civil war and Independence referendum said:

“Skintland has always been a nation at war with itself. The Neverendum provides the Skints with another reason, if any was needed, to kick each ither’s heids in guid and proper.

“I despair at this further potential split in Skintish society. I thought that was what Celtic and Rangers were for.

“Are not Rangers the epitome of the triumphalist and unforgivingly harsh Unionist subjugators?

“Are not Celtic the epitome of eternal grievance seeking chip on shooder victimhood?

“I see many parallels between the two in the ongoing debate.

“Youse Skints should cut it oot.”

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