Apparently you are no longer allowed to have an aggressive point of view amongst nationalists. We have all got to be a party to a love in.
It is very odd, to say the least, to watch Newsnet Scotland jump through hoops about it's embarrassments. Embarrassments? Well, more than one anyway.
To reflect. Newsnet wants to be the go to place for neutral - some might say unbiased - journalism on Scottish Politics. I welcome that. Indeed, in a very small way, I contributed money towards that.
So, what happened?
Newsnet Scotland owned the .com and the .org tags. Someone took exception to their strategy and took over the .net tag. To the extent of rivalling them.
When push came to shove, Newsnet Scotland - the .org version - has released information in a piecemeal and frankly grudging manner.
Mainly through the method of adding a postscript to articles that have nothing whatsoever to do with these 'issues'.
It is an odd way to conduct business.
I do not think a site that recieves money from the public - you and me - has any right to pretend that their finances are a matter of privacy. Some brainless morons seem to see it otherwise. You should just accept that £15,000 has gone missing / been misspent and bend over for the soap in the shower. All SNP supporters are as pure as the driven snow. Well, no, they are not. And those shouting for a cover up are either stupid or duplicitous. Anyway, these moral giants have banned me. What a victory for petty minded stupidity!
Frankly I am more than a little disgusted about this.
Going for an English -
1 year ago