Thank you

I just want to thScotland Top 50 Blogank those of you who voted for me in the Total Politics blog poll. Regardless of where I was in your personal Top Ten, I am very grateful that you thought of me.

I only just scraped in at number 48, but I should be promoted to 47 as Al Jahom has admitted to not being Scottish. He says, I just happen to support Scottish independence for English reasons. I don’t know why he wants a weakened Union as long as we remain part of the EU. That’s not going to do England any favours at all. Or Scotland.

At least I beat most of the several blogging Scottish MPs, MSPs and Councillors. Tom Harris was numero uno for the third year running and a Cllr Fraser Macpherson, who is a LibDem Councillor in Dundee, was in 18th place.

The deserved winner, in my opinion, moved up a place into second spot: Underdogs Bite Upwards. Old Leggy has a handle on most things and writes with wit and style.

Glad to see Subrosa is also in the Top 10 and The Marmalade Sandwich a new entry at number 30.

So, thank you again.

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5 Responses to Thank you

  1. Subrosa says:

    Well done Stewart and well deserved. You write some provocative posts which may make some uncomfortable, but for me it’s most interesting to read another aspect of an issue.

    Your 9/11 post gives more food for thought. I admit to not having studied the subject but I do note that more and more respected Americans are speaking out.

    In answer to your question, I’ve seem a couple of large buildings demolished by professionals and they fell in a similar manner to building 7. I’ve never seen a building destroyed by any other means so can’t compare and must rely on honest engineers.

  2. Stewart Cowan says:

    Thank you, Subrosa. I appreciate that. I guess my posts are provocative as most people try to avoid certain issues. I am fortunate to have some good locals who pop in to help me or attack me.

    Re. 9/11, I realise it is a major paradigm shift for many people to be able to accept that their government is as mad as any other on the planet.

    Fire has never totally brought down a steel framed skyscraper, apart from on 9/11, when three came down. The towers, of course, fell from the top down, so it’s not even consistent!

  3. len says:

    “During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act. ”
    (George Orwell)
    Keep it up Mr Cowan.

  4. Stewart Cowan says:

    Absolutely, Len. Thank you.

  5. Rich says:

    My support to you, sir, for your noble stance taken in these worrying times.

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