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Celtic Diary Friday March 12: The Conspiracy Begins To Unravel

 

The last couple of days have been strange to say the least, as a couple of items developments have added to the somewhat chaotic mess that is Scottish football.

 

We’ll see if we can link them up in a way that makes sense, although sense might not be the right word in this context.

 

As you are no doubt aware, after having had the title secured for them, “rangers ” fans went on a bit of a rampage in George Square, and as a result, Nicola Sturgeon found other things to do on Monday, when she should have been at the very least pointing out that they had broken the law, and the police had to an extent helped them.

 

As ever, the initial fuss has died down, and the discussion now is all about whether or not the next Glasgow derby should take place, or the one after that, but no one has mentioned the possibility of the two meeting in the Scottish Cup, which would probably require some sort of united Nations Peacekeeping force in place.

 

After his supporters, who now see him as some sort of Messiah, Steven Gerrard told STV news

 

“I can say from the bottom of my heart that we did everything we can to try and calm that situation down” 

 

He even told them to go home as they were putting peoples lives at risk and breaking the law with this simple hand gesture, which back home on Merseyside means “Go home, you are breaking the law and putting peoples lives at risk ”

 

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the players flouted the rules themselves, which meant the support would take their lead and do the same.

 

After their own game on Saturday, Ibrox was holding celebrations that went on quite late, with fans outside, which set the precedent for the next day.

 

https://twitter.com/i/status/1369769515307966469

 

 

 

 

There have been repercussions , and there have been arrests since the weekend…

 

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And this one….

 

Man arrested after ‘performing sex act on himself’ during Rangers title celebrations

The 46-year-old man is due to appear in court.  

 

Presumably he’ll be handcuffed….

 

 

Bringing all of this up to date, the talk is of a massive police presence at Celtic Park, which Celtic will have to pay for, and the possibility that hoops fans will congregate to protect the Celtic Way from the hordes who have declared an intention to be there, and when they are anywhere, they tend not to leave things as they found them.

 

Once again, appeasement has left us with no solution towards aggression.

 

 

But there’s something else that should be in the papers, something that appeared yesterday on the website of journalists Phil MacGhiollabhan, which was the result of him doing what journbalists do and asking questions when something doesn’t seem right… a concept almost entirely unknown in Scotland.

 

UEFA not told of 5way agreement

 

 

All this talk of trouble at Celtic Park will intensify now, as it avoids discussion of whats in that article. 

 

For example, Justice Secretary Humza Yousef said this morning;

 

We have to send collectively – and that includes the clubs – an unequivocable message that people must stay at home. I’ll certainly be impressing on the clubs to do whatever they can between now and March 21st.

“If there is disorder, not only is that bad for public safety but also public health, at one of the most critical junctures of the fight against the virus.

“If that is the intelligence we’re getting then clearly the option of potentially postponing the match is one we would have to consider.

 

 

Put simply, the 5 Way agreement, hastily put together to ensure a form of Rangers  continued in the game, was in breach of the rules of the game as decided by UEFA. And that is serious.

 

Phil asked UEFA if they had advised on it when it was implemented, and they more or less said

“what are you on about ? ”

 

That means that a document was implemented in direct breach of UEFA rules to the Scottish game, a document that could yet have far reaching and damaging consequences.

 

All to protect one club.

 

Read the article, and you’ll see why.

 

 

Then have a look at the agreement, and you’ll probably see why it was never made public…

 

5 way agreement

 

 

Now, if thats not enough to be going on with, if the media want to ignore that in the way they have done for the last decade or so, then here’s something else that they could look at.

 

 

On the 29th of November, this appeared in the Record….

 

Filip Helander tests positive for Covid as Rangers defender set to miss crucial games  

 

 

None of his team mates , who had been in contact with him, were forced to isolate. Thats because the club told them that no one had…..

 

oops….

 

 

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Then, something else the media missed, it surfaced that Randox, the Belfast firm who uniquely handles all covid tests for the ibrox entity, had been the subject of a Channel 4 documentary in …November

 

The Byline Times reported;

 

UK-based diagnostics company Randox has been responsible for a large number of the country’s Coronavirus tests, though not without controversy. In early August, it was reported that some 750,000 unused tests from the firm had to be recalled due to safety concerns, most of which were intended for care homes. At the time, Randox claimed to be responsible for 17% of the total tests carried out in the UK. 

 

The Randox facility in Belfast has also come in for scrutiny. Channel 4’s Dispatches sent an undercover reporter into the lab, who claimed that some used tests are sometimes accidentally discarded with cardboard packaging waste. He also said that leaking samples occasionally voided test results and risked cross-contamination in the facility. In response, Randox claimed that Dispatches had “grossly [misrepresented] the facts on the ground”.  

 

 

Whether or not the allegations are true is not the issue, and since we have yet to see a court case suggesting libel against channel 4, then there must have been enough doubt about the legitimacy of their test results to question whether they were fit for purpose, especially with the amount of Ibrox players who contracted the virus when compared with others.

 

I’m sure the media will be all over it, but one has to ask why they weren’t at the time.

 

Although we already know the answer.

 

Once more, rules have been adjusted to ensure any possible advantage has been given to an entity playing out of Ibrox that is short of a bob or two.

 

There are forty one clubs in Scotland who have supporters who must demand that their clubs investigate this sham of a season.

 

 

We should have cut this cancer out the first time, and not continued with the lifestyle that brought it on in the first place.

 

If UEFA are going to investigate rule breaches where the Five Way is concerned, perhaps Holyrood should do the same with Covid testing, before someone else does….

 

Lets see some real leadership, leadership that stands up to institutional  corruption , something that makes us believe an independent Scotland won’t just be Westminster Lite…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Frodshambhoy
1 year ago

Great article.
The evidence mounts but I’m not holding my breath. This will all die away as it always does. The only thing that doesn’t die over there is the football club.
If only we had a smoking gun.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Frodshambhoy

They’ve been smoking Peter’s gun for years, that’s how he got away wae it, buy the idiots’ loyalty wae a few trebles and another 9IAR then gie Sevco their turn.

Its worked for centuries but still the mugs don’t see it, hidden in plain sight as it is.

Corruption runs the world, mate, especially now that the Zionists have finally achieved their long sough goal of world domination.

And all through their weaponisation of the simple common cold and the numpties of humanity’s ’ trust that governments ‘Always have our best interests at heart’ (sic) …

People are some fvckin stupid there’s just no telling them, even when you present them with the evidence.

For example, when Celtic & Sevco were both found last week to be joint owners of the recently updated ‘Old Firm’ trademark there were Tims all across the board going ‘Oh no, it doesn’t mean we’re in bed with them, we’re just trying to protect our own interests’, despite the fact that Sevco’s name is on the patent as co-owner …

People will do anything to delude themselves that the world is anything else other than the shite we’ve been fed our whole lives through the schools and the media but the fact is everything they’ve ever told us is a lie and a very deliberate and weaponised lie for their great benefit and our great loss.

And the bams on this blog will be scoffing up their sleeves even at this statement when they all know in their heart that I’ve been proven right on absolutely everything I told them on here 6 years ago and will be proven right on this too soon enough.

And that absolutely fvckin sickens them because I’m a constant reminder of what self deluding gullible w@nkers they really are, have always been and will always be, unless they get a serious jolt to their senses, if they have any left.

Aye, it’s one thing knowing you’re right but there’s nothing sweeter than being proven right then going and rubbing it all over one time critics faces.

That’s the best part of all.

So get it fvckin round yeez, muppets.

Frank McGaaaarvey
1 year ago

UEFA never seem to take an interest in local governing bodies. If they did there would be a list of charges as long as the Nile aimed at the SFA. Look at the serious FFP breaches committed by Man City and how they have been slapped with all the power of a feather. As for the huns, well liquidation never happened. Nothing ever happened. Apart from the Lawell-controlled SFA getting them ‘relegated’ (that’s how deluded these feckers are). Now that the league trophy is ‘back where it belongs’ there is absolutely nothing to see here. Move along now Timmy.

The Cha
1 year ago

UEFA banned Man City from Europe for at least a year, if not more.

This was overturned at CAS.

Frank McGaaaarvey
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

That indicates just how incompetent and toothless their authority really is. Or perhaps they were faced with the threat of the big clubs breaking away from their so-called jurisdiction. How the feck have PSG been free of sanctions?

The Cha
1 year ago

I think PSG and Man City have been “punished” before, millions in fines and reduced Euro squad sizes.

Nothing that stops them and the striking down of the Man City punishment might be a mortal blow to FFP.

Although it was never enough, it was at least something/a start whereas there was the square root of feck all done in Scotland against the Huns.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

UEFA don’t give a fvck about anything except the money.

Even their so called punishments are useless.

All they want is the money, like every cvnt else in the game.

So the wise move is Don’t give them it.

Not that we’ll find much wisdom ‘round these parts ..

Frank McGaaaarvey
1 year ago

“It just wasn’t our season” says Neil Francis Lennon on 5Live as he begins touting himself for a return to football. Is the manager’s position vacant at Understatement FC?

BornCelt!
1 year ago

I never took Lenny for a complete and utter idiot. Still don’t, maybe just an idiot. HH!

Frank McGaaaarvey
1 year ago
Reply to  BornCelt!

Don’t think there’s many Celtic fans would agree with his sentiments BC, aside from a few CQNers maybe.

The Cha
1 year ago

He also apparently thought we had played Slavia in the Group stage.

His legendary attention to detail on show again.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

Bevvy does that to the head, Cha.

As you should know.

BornCelt!
1 year ago

Thanks Lawell and Lenny, this is down to you. I have no doubt that the Celtic celebrations would have been held within the current restrictions. The busies watching the sevco crowd were enjoying it so obviously would be candidates for becoming a blue-nosed match official. No chance of the match being postponed, too much of a chance to rub it in. So I can only hope for the same sportsmanship as sevco show us when we win titles, none, and a strong victory to bring pride back into the side. For pish sake roll on next season. HH!

kevlar
1 year ago
Reply to  BornCelt!

my only comment on this is that share holders who have backed the board and voted down res 12 over a number of years should look at themselves in the mirror

Mark McDonagh
1 year ago
Reply to  kevlar

Noted! HH!

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  kevlar

Vampires aren’t visible in mirrors for they have no soul and therefore can’t stand to look in them.

Just ask Peter & Desmond.

John mcghee
1 year ago

They scum at cheating liebrox should be kicked of Scottish football and the corrupt sfa spfl aswell clean it all out ranjurs are the most successful cheating club ever and yet still have there ebt sideletters titles and cups only in mason Scotland so hopefully UEFA can sort it out thats nearly 9 years this has been going on.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  John mcghee

Good post but it goes way back longer than 9 years, mate, more like 149 years for the old club alone, and well over a thousand years when the first Zionists invaded Scotland and slaughtered all the Picts, Celts & Gaels.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

And of course the Celtic board as Masonic as any that was ever to be found at Ibrox or anywhere else in the game as the entire game of fitba is, and has most likely always bee, the very heartland of Freemasonry,

What I’m saying is, it’s their game and always has been so to support now is like dancing with the devil directly to your certain death.

Andy
1 year ago

It is interesting reading about the COVID test carry on. There was a stat circulating last week which confirmed theRangers have the smallest % of players to have tested positive for covid of ANY CLUB IN THE UK…………Like everything else about this season, you couldn’t make it up.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Andy

Someone made Covid up and I know who it was.

It was the guy who stands to make billions out of the vac cine ,using the old Masonic trick of Problem Reaction Solution.

The common cold was labelled ‘Covid’, creation the ‘Problem’ so that humanity would demand a ‘Reaction’ and Billy Goat Gates would provide the Solution.

Pretty neat trick, right, but they’ve been using it on us for centuries and still the dafties haven’t tippled to it.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Btw, do you know that we’re not allowed to use the word VAC CINE on here or your pat will be filed under ‘Awaiting For Approval’ (sic) and will then be binned?

Now do you see how much control of every apart of the media Freemasonry has when we can’t even write the word Vac cine on a Celtic blog?

Cartvale88
1 year ago

There is only one organisation that has sat on the fence, Celtic Football Club, the board and CEO are pathetic. At no time have they asked or queried any decision from the authorities. As the corrupt SPFL/SFA have bent backwards to ensure that the Wankers get away with everything. The Scottish Polis are also clowns when hundreds turned up at Parkhead they appeared in riot gear tooled up for action supported by the Board. When there was a celebration of the Quadruple at Glasgow Cross last year it was cancelled and fans were told to move on. Janefield Street a disaster almost created by the stupidity of Police Scotland, brushed under the carpet.
There actions last weekend were unbelievable, only Patrick Harvie called them out, the Government were appalled but do nothing, imagine if it had been Celtic supporters displaying these actions, the Police would have kettled them, the papers, media would have claimed the streets of the city was full of rioters, but the Wankers were celebrating as the pushed, what, abused locals and smashed up the town. They then printed lies that the zombies were going to clean up the detrius and crowdfund the damage. GCC comments proved that the Parks and Cleany cleaned up. But what’s the pint in a true story when you ar3 dealing with thWankers.
Never in all the years of the compliant Kelly’s and Whites has the Board been so compliant or servile, yet expect supporters to cough up. Celtic had a choice at the beginning of this week, to state they would not take part in the match unless cast iron guarantees were emplaced to ensure the safety of employees, workers and neighbours in the vicinity of Parkhead. But as usual nothing

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Cartvale88

As I’ve said for the past 6 years, they are all Masonic placemen on our board and are doing exactly as they have been ordered from their lodge master above.

Freemasonry has spent centuries corrupting regular civic practice and we are now witnessing their end game of Full Spectrum Domination, ie, Total Control of Earth and all its resources including humanity, via their international weaponisation of the common cold.

So snow that they have all the pieces in place do NOT expect any kind of change at Celtic Park apart from a few fat Masonic faces to be replaced by their fellow ‘brothers’ in the Craft.

Freemasonry will never give up what it’s worked for all those years and our club is now as much a part of it as the Huns, if it was ever anything else.

1 year ago

Both games against them should and must be stopped….Our club should request this as the risk of trouble is too great… again….and of course we will be tarred with the same brush…” The other half of the problem”….as happened following the Shame Game …when Celtic, who done nothing wrong during that game, should have told the SFA enquiry they would NOT attend., but the did and were classed along with …
Come on Peter Lawwell..for once grow a pair BEFORE you disappear …and get this STOPPED…

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Padraigh

I doubt anyone on here wants the Hun game abandoned, despite all their supposed ‘anti old Firmism’, mate, as your one Like shows.

The fact is these guys are as addicted to it as the zombies, the only difference is Celtic fans kid themselves they’re not but check any Celtic site and you’ll read more about the Huns than you ever will about Celtic.

I cover the blogs and I’d estimate that around 70-80% of what’s written is concerning Sevco in one way or another, thereby further fuelling the Old Firm fire.

So all these blogs do is prove that Celtic and ‘Any Old Rangers*’ are still two cheeks of the same arse, same as it ever was.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

And I must add, if the Celtic blogs HAD paid more attention to what was really happening within our own walls like I’d advised them to 6 years ago then Celtic wouldn’t be in the disgraceful mess we’re now in today.

But these fools not only refused to heed my warnings but mocked my detailed assertions as a ‘conspiracy theory’ (sic), just like the Huns did to us back in the days when we knew Murray was pulling some kind of underhand flanker with the money.

So we got shafted by Murray now we get shafted by his Masonic accomplices in our own boardroom and all the fvckin bams who accused me of being a fvckin ‘conspiracy theorist’ (sic) are eating their own stupid blind words and licking their own wounded well rogered arses now.

Isn’t that right, E Bams?

Mike.
1 year ago

Apparently covid cannot infect Huns, they are immune, perhaps they have some kind of antibody that will not allow anything to enter their immune system, how can you infect sh!te? But, enough about them, they have been marauding for centuries. Like with our friends across the sea, ‘Belfast Celtic. This ‘Grand Old Team’ was founded in 1891, Weered knows this because his younger brother was there. Glasgow Celtic gifted them £100.00 pounds, a staggering sum then, to help them get started. In return they gave us a gift from God, Charles Patrick Tully, Cosy Corner Bhoy’s hero. They won 56 senior honours before they finished up, to another example of marauding Huns. But they have been reborn, so their story is not finished. Our story continues too, no bent governing bodies with their unjust policies will ever stop our story continuing.

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henkesdreadlocks
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Jobbie munching builds the immune system seemingly.

Mike.
1 year ago

Social distancing works better Henke, is there any vacancies left on that Darien colony?
After all, it was about the time of their conception, 1688-1690. Mosquitoes have a liking for oranges.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Their conception goes far beyond the 1600s, The Cha Cha Cha.

1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Mike ,I might seem to be digressing from the theme of this post but what has struck me about the current(no pun intended) comments about the Hun’s game last night wit Sparta Prague and their other games in Europe this season so far is that while they may have had some very good results ,apart from Roofe’s wonder goal they have just looked ordinary while getting results and it seems to me that the teams they have been playing against have been no great shakes while also having problems with covid -19 ,injuries ,dismissal of managers etc .Not excusing our very poor performances in Europe this season and a little further back but nowhere have they had to play against some of the top tier teams in Europe that we have had to face this last few seasons in Europe once we have managed to negotiate the qualifying rounds. Didn’t bother to watch/listen to the hun’s match last night just checked the score every 15 minutes or so on the Sky football page, according to some of the comments on CQN later on last night it seems once again they seemed to have carried a huge amount of luck with them. Cheer’s Gerald. Hail. Hail.

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  gerald allen

Gerald that seems to be the consensus view. There is no doubt but they had a lot of luck. The ‘Tango Man’, saved them multiple times, but we have been mince as well, that with their refereeing support – 14 pens and 0 against, no red cards, speak louder than words. Plus governing bodies doing a three monkey impersonation,only adds to our anger about being cheated. I read an Edinburgh Uni. mathematical biologist’s report Rowland Kao, in todays paper, his report shows an increase in deaths of covid one year on, in areas around football stadiums, no doubt that the L’Pool game showed the same upsurge in deaths. Eminent people have said that last weeks flouting of covid rules will show the same evidence later on. A new good football manager and some good playing additions and ‘Natural order will occur’. Best of luck Gerald and best wishes to your Mrs. 😉

Cole
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Its a good job McGregor doesnt take PESs. If he did he would be able to make marvellous, finger-tip saves in the last few minutes to keep the tie alive.

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  Cole

PCP mibbee?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Powered by Celtic Park?

The fact is, caffeine’s enough, that’s why so many young footballers have had heart attacks on the pitch and why Liverpool’s two year ‘caffeine cycle’ is over and the Huns’ has just begun.

So no title for Celtic next year either, just more lame excuses of ‘A club in transition’ etc etc.

And STILL the Numpties will keep feeding them their money.

kevlar
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

am i wrong in thinking that zombies are dead already, so they cant catch infections??? 😀

portpower
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

You canny booster dose a zombie.

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  portpower

Naw, youse are right they’re deid.

James
1 year ago

Nothing will happen,Celtic will say fuck all and the faithful will keep throwing money at Celtic.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James

Exactly.

To expect anything else is blind stupidity and a waste of time.

1 year ago

Sevco statement on child abuse.
Heres a little part where if I’m not mistaken do they actually admit to being a different club?
“We are firmly committed to ensuring openness and transparency in relation to this issue and agree on the uninterrupted ethical obligation of clubs over time, irrespective of changes. We express our sincere sympathy to all individuals who have suffered abuse within the Scottish game and commend the bravery of all survivors who have come forward.”

Frank McGaaaarvey
1 year ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

They already did that Jimmy when they referred a tragic soul to the liquidators of the old clumpany for a potential claim. “It wisnae us, but 55 is”.

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

It was also a month late and took no personal responsibility for their actions:

“Rangers have apologised and expressed “sincere sympathy” to victims of child abuse in Scottish football”

Rangers said it was “time for all of Scottish football to learn from and take responsibility for mistakes made in the past”

“We apologise to anyone personally affected by abuse within Scottish football.”

“We express our sincere sympathy to all individuals who have suffered abuse within the Scottish game and commend the bravery of all survivors who have come forward.”

Not a single bit of personal responsibility for the victims of Rangers, the blame is on Scottish football as a whole.

Utterly shameful but I don’t expect anyone in the media to hold them to account.

henkesdreadlocks
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

They are a dismal, sleekit shower of shite.

The Cha
1 year ago

Yes, sleekit and the media are wee cowerin’ beasties to them.

Funkyy
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

The Cha, I don’t agree…the media aren’t “wee cowerin’ beasties to them”….the media are an extension of them, sharing their bigotry towards Celtic/Celtic supporters, and approving of all the cheating, lying, corrupt refereeing, and financial scamming that benefits *rangers and feeds their ignorant superiority syndrome.
But one day the truth will out when somebody with balls and a streak of decency at UEFA decides to investigate what has been going on in murky Scotland.

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Funkyy

There’s no doubt that there’s an over preponderance of Huns in the media but there’s plenty of others who are none Huns.

There’s a good article on Celtic Underground A DARK SHADOW that goes into this.

celticunderground .net/a-dark-shadow-across-our-game/

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Funkyy

You’re correct at the start, Funkyy, but I can guarantee you that UEFA will not investigate this case in any way for the Masonic reasons I’ve outlined elsewhere on this thread.

We live under an international conspiracy of Zionist Freemasonry and the evidence of it is in front of us every day and not just in the worldwide media silence.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

Of course they won’t, The Cha, it’s a conspiracy of silence, the Masonic Omertà.

It’s right in our faces every day and the entire world’s media is in on it with them or the story would have broke already.

Now how much power do you think they have that they can silence every media journalist on Earth?

And by what means do you think they can do it?

Loyalty to the Masonic oath and certain death should they break it.

Thats how the world works, collusion or death.

Monti
1 year ago

Ghirls & Bhoys, can i ask you to say a prayer for a wee girl called Riley Hamilton, her father Kerr Hamilton needs support, because his wee girl has just gone through heart surgery & isn’t doing too well.
The power of prayer is not to be underestimated, so if you will, keep her in your thoughts please.

Puggy
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Agreed and she’s just as precious as the girl’s in Fred West’s basement so we can knock the head on that?

The Cha
1 year ago

UEFA have said they’re not interested in this.

Those tweets are from Desmond’s son and if the father was interested, which he isn’t, he can pursue it officially through the club.

Don’t be fooled people (er, can I say that?) Celtic have done nothing, are doing nothing and will do nothing.

That’s the only thing that matters when STHs are deciding whether to renew.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

UEFA will do nothing either.

You think they didn’t know what they were getting when they employed Uber Huns Campbell Ogilvie & Hugh Dallas?

UEFA are as Masonic as everywhere else, except they have cartel exemption.

jmc
1 year ago

dont just blame them, have a good look at ourselves how many of us have bothered writing to our msp’s to have this raised issue or to the chief constable asking for an explination of why his force who had intelligence allowed mass gatherings that breached covid rules? we will get no support from the establishment and must do what our fathers and grandfathers done and that was fight this bigotry and bias agsinst Catholics, for lets not kid ourselves that is what this propoganda is all about.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  jmc

Well said.

Whats the point of writing letters to those cvnts when they wouldn’t even open them and just pap them in the bin like Peter did with the CVs.

Direct action is the only thing those cvnts understand.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Btw, ‘Covid rules’ are now officially a crime against humanity, indeed, ‘the worst crime against humanity ever enacted’ according to humanity’s prosecution lawyer.

As he explains, those ‘rules’ were only out in place to destroy small businesses such as pubs etc in preparation for a total takeover by the corporate crime carter conglomerates.

And there was wee Redcoat praising the conglomerates too …

You juts can’t help but show your true colours, can ye, wee man?

And while I’m here, you should tell Monti what your duties are for the 77th Brigade, Redcoat.

Tell him honestly why you’re really on here, preferably on a Skype chat so you can watch his fat face explode like one of yer home made devices.

SteveNaive
1 year ago

As Phil pointed out, the statement from the Klan today say’s nothing and is timed to deflect from Sunday.
It speaks volumes that they would stoop to such a thing.
Will say a prayer for that wee girl Monti.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  SteveNaive

His family have been trying for years.

portpower
1 year ago

Riley, my heartfelt prayers are with you.

Liam Shaw, Kyle Joseph and now Kwadwo Baah from Rochdale.

Who is wanting these players? John Kennedy?

Funkyy
1 year ago
Reply to  portpower

I heard Aberdeen are after “Baah”………..

Funkyy
1 year ago
Reply to  Funkyy

Voted down for saying the sheep are after “Baah”? Some folk need tae loosen up and grow a sense of humour ffs. Things are depressing enough without adding to it.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Funkyy

😀

portpower
1 year ago

Scottish VAR = An unerring resolve from a foreigner.

portpower
1 year ago

The SFA/SPFL`s, red white and blue-line club/company is not permanent and will fade when exposed to the corruption.

sevco FC are sufficient for the eleventy.

portpower
1 year ago

The fencing at Celtic Park is there because of a lack of consideration within our own.
Forward thinking during a pandemic, I praise Celtic.

SMSM have to ask why no attempt at all has been assured at Ibrox.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  portpower

You’re wasting your time, Port, you know why, all the Masons gave colluded together to allow their favourite totem pole of a ‘club’ to run riot across Scotland anywhere else they might find themselves,

The origins of this story are all compiled in the Declaration of Arbroath from 1320 where they detail their bloodthirsty ‘journey’ from the Holy Lands (sic) to the shores of Scotland and all those they slaughtered on their way, with this deliberately replicated in the death of old Rangers and the birth, ‘rebirth, as they would have it, of the new club, in the famous Masonic ritual that involves putting the apprentice in a coffin.

The Declaration of Arbroath is as blatant an expression of their Zionist/Luciferian origins as any you are likely to read but is couched in such language as to mislead the reader into thinking that what they’re detailing is of a people rather than a religion, what they call Them Old Religion’, ie, Luciferiansim.

I reckon someone who enjoys the quirks and foibles of language as much as yourself will fully appreciate the cunning subtleties of the text.

Lawrie
1 year ago

FFS Accept it and move on. Blaming everyone and everything other than admitting it was our own fault is not helpful. Would be really good to read a Celtic only post and we can speculate about managers, coaches, players and the future success of the club

portpower
1 year ago
Reply to  Lawrie

G`day Lawrie,
a circumference of corruption from the adroit can not be forgotten from this season.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Lawrie

Lawrie, you might be better off on CQN.

henkesdreadlocks
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Some people don’t seem to understand or accept that they’re being shat on by our so called (criminal) custodians.

Lawrie
1 year ago

Not me pal my eyes are wide open are yours? We have and are still are in complete control of Scottish football we simply f@cked it up this season.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Lawrie

Lawrie,
Morning.
Could i ask you to take a look at the league table & share why you think we are in ” total control “?

Lawrie
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Apart from this season which we f@cked up. We are the most powerful member club with largest resource and wealth. Anyway I think I’m just missing discussing/debating in the pub about all things Celtic
Stay safe brother hail hail

henkesdreadlocks
1 year ago
Reply to  Lawrie

???. Complete control you say. Your eyes maybe open but you must be blind. This has been years in the making and not a case of ‘fvcking up’ one season.

Lawrie
1 year ago

Yes for 10 years we have had complete control domestically. Europe has been a complete farce and I agree years of underinvestment in the playing squad. I hope I’m wrong but I really fear next week game and desperately want us to start rebuilding squad and management team

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Lawrie

You’re delusional, Lawrie, the Masonic Huns run Scotland as the 5WA proves.

In fact, the Celtic board facilitated the part of the agreement which states that THE HUNS CANT BE PUNISHED FOR ANYTH8NG ANY MORE, which explains all their boorish and outrageous behaviours since their inception in 2012.

And I know you didn’t know that or you’d never claim your eyes to be wide open, more like eyes wide shut.

Lawrie
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

If we facilitated this then proves my point about our power and control. It’s all about money nothing more nothing less. I couldn’t care less about them it’s beyond boring

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Lawrie

I think you missed the last where I wrote that the Huns can no longer be punished for anything thanks to the Celtic board.

I think you’ve failed to understand that the Celtic board from Desmond on down have done everything in their power to make sure, as the Hun hordes cry, there will always be (some form of) ‘A Rangers’ (sic).

Which means that until this entire rotten to the core shitshow that is Scottish fitba should not be given one penny more by anyone until the entire thing is pulled apart and every Masonic parasite removed from any involvement.

Otherwise it’s even worse than the wrestling, worse even than the English commentators ridicule it for.

Because a rigged game is no kind of game at all and those who pay a collusive Celtic board to watch Sevco come to Parkheid as champions are making a mockery of our club and all we thought it once stood for.

That is, BY BUYING INTO IT YOU ARE SUPPORTING SEVCO EVEN. ORE THAN YOU ARE CELTIC.

Do you muppets who are still gonna buy a season ticket understand this now?

You are not Celtic supporters, you are Sevvies because you’re paying our Masonic board money to keep Sevco on track like they did before in 2011 and this season.

Fvckin idiots.

Andy
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Should you not be guarding statues at George square or is it past your bed time you prick!!!

Lawrie
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

It’s awful on there. I just get annoyed at our focus on them when we should be holding our own to task. They don’t give a F about liquidation, rules so let’s leave them alone it worked out well for them last time and history has a funny way of repeating itself
Hail Hail

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Lawrie

Lawrie,
Leaving them alone is the last thing we should do.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

That’s right, Monti, you want to wish them well and give one of their main cheating bosses bed baths with happy endings, don’t ye?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

And you might be better off on Follow Follow, fatty.

Theres plenty of dumb cvnts like yourself there wishing Walter well there but don’t bring yer Hun loving shite onto a Celtic site, you fat hypocritical no brained clown.

I hear there’s a special prize of an XXXXL Sevco tap for whoever can lick Walter’s knob best in their goodwill message so I’d say a Hun loving finook like yourself has a fair chance at first prize for a change,

And if the tap fits, wear it.

Might be too wee fir you, though,

Monti
1 year ago

Ralph,
What we are seeing now is the final solution to ‘ moving on ‘!
All clubs cheated, supporters cheated, multi millions of debt ran up to stay in touch with Celtic, players being illegally paid….the list goes on, talking of lists, i bekieve the creditors are still unpaid?
So let us be clear, when it comes to child abuse they are a new club/company, when it comes to unpaid debt they are a new club/ company…..they win their first title & all of a sudden they are the same club?

Intimidation & fear of the peepel is why nothing get’s done about them.

Ian Archer? You got it right sir!

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

And when it comes to the main cheats you want tae suck one of their boabies for them.

On a Celtic site.

Why don’t ye go over to Follow Follow tae wish Walter well, ya lardarsed clown.

You’d find loads of boyfriends there with such sentiments.

Monti
1 year ago

A wee message to the government & Police Scotland:
Celtic supporters will not stand by & watch the Klan cause damage to our stadium as you stand with your arms folded watching on.
If you can’t do your job, there are those who will!

You set the precedent for this.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Ypu gonnae phone the Mafia, are ye, fat boy?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Or are you gonna travel all the way fae Fife to ‘defend the statues’ yirsel?

You could drop in to wish Walter well, mibbe even gie him a bed bath wae a happy ending while ye’re there, ya fat finook cvnt.

Mike.
1 year ago

Hampden Roars for the greatest striker in Celtic’s history, Jimmy McGrory, Prince of the Garngad.
26th. April 1904 – 20th. October 1982. RIP. Born in Millburn street to Henry McGrory and Catherine Coll, who came from St. Johnston, in the Laggan district of east Donegal. 550 goals, the most prolific goal scorer in British football. 410 league goals in 408 appearances.
‘Tell me the old, old story, a hat-trick for McGrory.
*Love and best wishes to Riley Hamilton and her Dad Kerr.

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Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

And they gave us James McGrory and Paul McStay,
They gave us Johnstone, Tully, Murdoch, Auld and Davy Hay.
Celtic FC, that’s the team for me.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Mike, I wonder how much more Mr McGrory would have scored if he wasn’t ” offside ” cough.

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

I share everyone’s frustration, knowing that our club has been cheated, especially knowing of our board being complicit in the cheating. With crooked governing bodies a fraud being carried out with their licence application, the going for 55 pish, it’s doing my nut in. Add in bent referees, the whole Scottish game is corrupt. It could easily have been sorted honestly in 2012. The nonsense of the continuation as the same club myth, with a complicit press and National TV. But worse is the complicitness of the Celtic board. I will never forgive them for that. Frustration because we are not powerless, we can all act to stop it. I have given up watching SKY – BT. so I cannot even watch my team on tv. that hurts. They need the Celtic support more than they need any other team in Scotland, if only we could all unite and force change.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

No one can change the Masonic rule in Scotland, Mike, it’s been there since the first Hun hordes invaded the lands and slaughtered the Britons and wiped out the Picts.

The Declaration of Arbroath is nothing but an affirmation of their Zionist/Luciferrian origins and their absolute brutal determination to conquer the entire world by methods of total annihilation for all that stood in their way.

Read it for yourself, it can be found online, but there’s a brief clip of it on Phil’s page in the article ‘Why No Amount Of Spin Can Hide The Racism At Ibrox’ by a deluded poster called Duncan who has misunderstood the meaning completely which indicates he might be our long lost nor missed soldier boy from here.

Go and check it for yourself and come back and let me know your thoughts, for the entire Declaration is nothing but an affirmation of the steadfastness of Masonic power.

Even if Ralph’s barred me again I’ll be able to read your thoughts on it.

Cheers.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

You read the Declaration of Arbroath yet, Mike?

And for all your rage at the board, will you still be giving them your money next season to ensure they remain in place leeching off you?

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Thanks Mike

Monti
1 year ago

Port,
Cheers m8

portpower
1 year ago

sevconians, Neil Doncaster has organised a League Champion`s day of remembrance.

Monti
1 year ago

Speedy recovery to Walter Smith, an old rival yes but so what.
Wish him well in his recovery!

Hail Hail

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Fvck him and fvck you too fir supporting the cheating cvnt.

Showing yer true colours now, fatso, wishing a cvnt well that robbed & cheated Celtic and would have danced on our grave if we’d died in 94.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

And you call yourself a Celtic supporter coming on here while sucking Walter Smith’s knob?!

Away ye go, ya fvckin Hun loving clown, that can’t would stamp on your throat given half a chance.

But then so would I, come tae think ae it.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

You see, lads, I told you right back at the beginning this fat finook was a Hun at heart.

And what more proof do ye need now that he’s on here licking Walter Smith’s tadger, the cvnt that cheated Celtic for years and laughed and smirked about it on the media right in our faces.

Noo Monti wants to lick his bum crack fur him …

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

This is the w@nker that’s supposedly ‘outraged’ at Old Firmism yet now he has the gall to come on here and wish one of the worst aspects of it well!

Away and lie in yer shite, Monti, you’ve more than enough of it tae go around, ya fat slobbering Hun loving cvnt ye.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Would ye wish Peter Lawwell well for colluding wae the Huns and allowing them to claim their first title as their 55th?

No, ye fvckin wouldn’t so why would you wish one of the main architects of the decades of cheating well, ya clueless fvckin hypocrite?

I always knew you were a halfwit at best, Monti, but it’s no onwder Celtic are as fvcked as they are if you’re the support, virtue signalling by immediately buying into Old Firmism the first chance you can get.

I’ve met yer Hun pal and I can tell you he’s a cvnt of a man and I know where he deserves to go for his sins so you can just keep yer fat hypocritical gub shut, clown.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

JESUS LOVES YOU!

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

No, Jesus loves no one as he’s a likely fabricated figure to keep up the soul diversion that the ancient mystery schools have been teaching their Satanic disciples since time began, from Mesopotamia to Egypt through to our modern day Babylon.

Its just cos you bams are lazy ignorant cvnts that haven’t read any of this that you don’t know anything about it but I have and I do, I know it very well having spent years researching it.

So YOU fvck off, Walter.

Mike.
1 year ago

Some posts stick out a mile and this is one of them. *CANAMALAR – CQN 7Th. Sept. 2018.

For the last 5years I’ve been dealing with board on Res.12, it was such an important issue the CEO turned up to one meeting. When the evidence he demanded to prove that we were RIGHT was handed to him he renaged on his agreement that he would support Res.12.

The board are currently in possession of minutes of a meeting and court documents that PROVE that *Rangers accepted liability BEFORE March 2011, it does not take 3 months to understand the implications. What will take 3months is how to INVENT an interpretation that can/ will create ambiguity.

We produced enough evidence to call for an enquiry in 2014, a senior tax adviser defination that regulation 80 was the implimentation by HMRC to recover unpaid tax. We were told this was not enough. (Imagine the gall of asking for proof and 4 men working their butt off to prove it, the proof was handed to them on a plate and once again they prevaricated). Some might say that he is resigning because of age or for other reasons, When Joe McHugh stood up at the 2019 AGM with the 5 Way Agreement and showed it to them, well draw your own conclususions.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Further proof that Lawwell et al have been in on the rigged game from the off.

If you really want to save Celtic the answer is obvious …

STARVE THEM OUT.

Not a penny more to the Masonic parasites and leeches who are sucking on the love of our club for their own gain and to our great detriment.

Monti
1 year ago

Well that went well, i bought her indoors a new set of cooking utensils & she just looked at it with the ‘are you fkn serious look’…..
Yes i am.

portpower
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Stainless or silicon?

MabozzaRitchie
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

keep her away from any naked flames in case she punctures

Mike.
1 year ago

Hello, its me Tattieheid, are you all building up your ire, raging, putting a fireguard over the TV? getting pished, building up your alcohol immunity for this weekends game? Course you are. I think we should give them a guard of honour, the ball bhoys standing in two lines, one on either side, each holding stick with an A4 piece of paper nailed to the top.
Message One. – Your clubs deid mate, FO.
Message Two. – You cheated us out the CL in 2012, you owe us big time for that.
Message Three. Youse are F/wits, especially Cokeheid.
Message Four. – You have only one Title.
Message Five. – You are lowlife cheating Huns.
Message Six. – I’m running out of space, The End.

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portpower
1 year ago

Who is Matt Smith? Is he Celtic`s illusive Psych?

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  portpower

Dr Who (he/him) before regenerating to Dr Who (she/her).

bbc.co .uk/iplayer/episode/b018nrhp/doctor-who-the-doctor-the-widow-and-the-wardrobe

James McGrath
1 year ago

*An

James McGrath
1 year ago

One last thing, Monti …

See if you did know someone in the Mafia, which we all know you don’t but if you did, he’d do exactly what you’re eleven brother would do and come along to the fight just for the laugh of watching you get the shite slapped out ye.

Now fvck off, ya no brained lumpen shitebag.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

JESUS LOVES YOU!

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Not sure about Jesus either.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

Nor am I , Cha Cha.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Jesus is Lucifer, ‘Star of the Morning’ (sic) aka Satan, Baphomet etc

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

That’s why the pope declared Lucifer to be ‘The god most high’ (sic’ in a live streamed ceremony from St Peters in 2014.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

As further proof of the fakery, the entire Jesus story is replicated in around 600 different religions spanning thousands of years, originating with the one eyed goat ‘god’ Horus in ancient Egypt and replicated with Krishna, Mithra etc etc down the centuries, everything from ‘miracle birth’ to his magic tricks to claiming that he alone is ‘the way to God’ (sic) in a deliberately cunning attempt to divert humanity from the one true Creator and claim their gullible souls for himself.

Seems to be working very well too, don’t you think?

Now you go and watch yer pope declare Lucifer to be ‘the god most high’ (sic) Monti and wonder to yourself why all those priests have similar predilections as yourself and I’ll come back later and you can tell me what you think, alright?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

You Tube, ‘Pope Declares Lucifer To Be ‘The God Most High’ (sic)

Check it out to learn how juts well fooled you’ve been.

Monti
1 year ago

Weered,
Good morning comrade, did you receive my ingredients list?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Is that you two making b0mbs again?

Tell me, muppets, how do you think the authorities would react if alerted to b0mb making activities on a Celtic blog?

You reckon they’d kick your doors in at 6 in the morning with a full armed task force to make sure they wake the kids up?

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Thanks Weered,
As you know i do enjoy an explosive finish.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Weered comrade,
Have you read through the Gerry Adams cook book?
The peas process?

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Weered,
Sorry i missed your call, i was setting the clock.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Give Peas A Chance!

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Join the E Bams B0mb Making Course Today!

With E Bams Very Own Little & Large, The Resident Joke Figures That Are Monti & Wee Redcoat!

Learn how to turn common household implements like fertiliser, ammonia & cocks into a guaranteed way to wake up your neighbours!

Apply today for a very special prize of an XXXXXL Sevco jersey that Monti won for sucking Walter Smith’s tadger on Follow Follow but that is sadly too wee for the fat cvnt.

Join today!

(Restrictions apply, p&p not included.)

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Er, that’s pelt ‘Shitebag’ and you’re referring to yourself.

Projection of one’s own insecurities is never a good thing, especially not in a frustrated little b0mb maker who, na matter how many victims he claimed, knows he will never be happy, nor even half as smart as he once thought he was.

And all thanks to me showing him up for the wee muppet he is.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

How far do you think the human eye can see, Red?

What is your estimate against what science tells us?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Come on, Red, it’s a simple question, simple enough even for you to understand…

How far do you think the human eye can see?

James McGrath
1 year ago

Try Specsavers

Mike.
1 year ago

Duffy Daffy the singing Celtic duck.

When you waddle through a storm, hold your head up high,
And don’t be afraid of the Duck,
At the end of the storm, there’s a golden sky,
And the sweet silver sound of a Duck,
Waddle on, Waddle on, with hope in your hearts,
And youll’ never waddle alone, again.
You’ll never waddle alone, ever again. That’s All Folks. H.H.

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portpower
1 year ago

With restrictions loosening, is this not the ideal time for the SPFL to consider a summer league?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  portpower

A non rigged league would be much better.

Yoker Bhoy
1 year ago

Happy Saint Paddy’s Day everyone.

https ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVJs0d7z1jU

Yoker Bhoy
1 year ago

Happy Saint Paddy’s Day all you Tims out there!

henkesdreadlocks
1 year ago

Lá fhéile Pádraig sona dhuit.

Mike.
1 year ago

Happy Saint Patricks day to everyone. Attached is the first Celtic medal I bought at auction, why did I buy it? For three reasons: it was a Celtic FC medal – it was beautiful – but mainly because of the date…. 1916. It was a marathon race around Celtic park, won by the Royal Highland Fusiliers. I often wondered what became of the men who won it. Did they go east or west?

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Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

If they went east, they crossed the channel into the mincer, the slaughterhouse of the Somme. If they went west, they might have went onto the streets of Dublin. On the 15th. of March, 1921, 5 men were executed in Mountjoy Gaol, 4 were shot and one man was hanged for murder, that man had the same surname as mine. Armoured cars and soldiers patrolled the Dublin streets 100 years ago. I never followed up on their placement, I wanted that to remain a mystery to me, because I fear that they were sent to the Somme, if they were then very few would have returned. They were only doing their duty, others told them where to go, they would have been Grandads of ours, who knows.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Other men doing their duty would even up the score!
Brits out!

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Hail Hail Glorious Saint Patrick.

Iancelt67
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

I’m watching a series called Waterloo’s warriors. How scots and Irish basically won the battle. Some English and Germans threw in a bit of a challenge but it was the celts who basically saved the crown. Barely repaid cannon fodder
It’s hard to forgive the establishment for treating the celts as second class flotsam and jetsam

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  Iancelt67

It’s a sad fact that deprivation provides the cannon fodder of war. I read that 8,500 Irishmen fought at Waterloo. Irishmen fought as mercenaries in many a war, especially before the Catholic Act was introduced and Irish Catholics were allowed to join the British Army in1778 I think. I also read that about the huge number of Irishmen who fought with Wellington throughout the peninsular war.
I think around 20,000 Irishmen fought in the British Army during WW1. The Scots and the Irish had a fierce fighting reputation. For some I think sadly, that it would be a way out of starvation and poverty for many.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Deprivation DOES NOT provide the fodder of war, the ruling elites provide the war then throw as many humans as possible into it.

And what’s all this shite about ‘saving the crown’ on a Celtic site?

You want tae lick Lizzie’s crack for her, dae ye, Ian?

If the soldiers thrown into battle were to realise why they were really there they’d turn their guns on the generals in the same way if Celtic fans really knew what goes on behind the scenes at CP they’d burn down the stadium, as Jock Stein famously said.

You mugs only see the polished exterior, not the shite in behind it.

And you do know that Jock meant that they were all Masons in the game, don’t you?

You must have realised by that now?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

And, Mike, ffs, if they went east they have ended up in Denmark or Sweden, to have got to the Somme they’d have had to have gone South.

Doesn’t a farmer know even basic geography?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

And why are youz getting all teary eyed about British sodjers anyway?

This is a fvckin Celtic site, if youz want a war Memorial Day you should sign up to a Sevvie site so you can take a piss on the statues you’re defending.

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

” if they went east,they crossed the channel”, has the channel moved, then?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

The English Channel to get to The Somme in France is in the South!

What fvckin books are you reading, man, are they written by 2 year olds?!

Don’t you even know that the English Channel is in the South?!

FFS!

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

The Royal Highland Fusiliers are a highland regiment based in the highlands of Scotland.

The clue is in the name.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

If they went east from the Scotland their first destinations would be either Denmark or Sweden.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

How can you not only not know this but try argue the point further?

You’re a FARMER, ffs, isn’t understanding basic geography key to your very livelihood?

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

I’m a farmer and your a swede.

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Are you thick? you must be, because everyone else knows the meaning of going east, to get to the Somme everyone but you, that is.

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

The clue, is in your name, as in clueless.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

To get to France from Scotland you go EAST?

All right then, fermir Giles,, once you’ve got the sheep oot yer wellies, try it.

Go east from Scotland and see if you can reach the Somme rather than Denmark or Sweden.

In fact, keep going east and pass through Russia into China and stey there, ya fvckin embarrassment to humanity.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

In fact, since ye’ve let the Brit government lock ye in yer hoose like the muppet ye are, simplify it by opening a map then trace a line from Scotland to the East and see if it takes you to France.

You think you can manage that, aye, tae draw one line?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

Heil Heil you mean, Sevvie.

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Have you read or do you know about The Glasgow Irish series of books that go into this period in astonishing details from what’s happening in Glasgow, Ireland and the Western and Eastern Fronts as they relate to Celtic?

theglasgowirish .com

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

I have heard about that series of books, but I haven’t read them yet. I had heard about a book called ‘The Gathering Storm’, but now that you mention them and thank you for giving me the heads up, I will take note and cut into her Amazon prime account.
I was extremely lucky to get a fictional account of one of Tom Campbell’s books about when Matt Busby was the fictional manager of Celtic during WW2. A very talented writer. You’ve whetted my appetite. Cheers.

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

The Gathering Storms is the ‘scene setter’ about the formation of Celtic (and Glasgow and the Glasgow Irish) that you’re probably familiar with from Celtic The Early Years and other tomes.

The Storms Break, the second book covers the first wartime season, 1914-1915, but also provides a summary of the ground covered in The Gathering Storms, so may be a good starting point for the knowledgeable Celtic Early Years scholar.

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

Thank’s Cha, and thank’s for all the info.I’m really looking forward to reading them now, iv’e taken a note of all the above info that you kindly provided.

The Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

NB I don’t offer any money back guarantee if you’re not entirely satisfied. 😉

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  The Cha

Its too late, you cannot backslide now, you’ve talked talked them up far too much. 😉

James McGrath
1 year ago

Check out Reiner Fuellmich, the lawyer who pursued the criminal cartel of Deutsche Bank & the VW diesel scandal.

Hes currently in the process of organising a modern day Nuremberg Trial against those carrying out the Corona fraud as a Crime Against Humanity.

He explains that the damage caused by the lockdowns has been far more devastating than the common cold going around and fully intends to pursue the main players such as the World Health Organisation for carrying out this fraud which he claims to be ‘the worst crime again humanity ever enacted.’

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

He further explains how the PCR tests are faulty in the same way as the VW diesel filter was likewise deliberately faulty and is therefore a crime.

Check him out.

Even you mugs might learn something.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

See, I told you not to trust the World Health Organisation, didn’t I, Red?

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

According to American-German lawyer Dr. Reiner Fuellmich, all cases of fraud in German companies are meagre in comparison to the level and depth of damage that has been caused and continues to be caused to humanity by the Covid-19 regulations and this orchestrated crisis. A German Corona Investigative Committee has been working tirelessly since July 10, 2020 to answer some important questions, this Committee has been listening to a large number of international scientists’ and experts’ testimony to find answers to questions about the corona crisis, which more and more people worldwide are asking.
This Covid-19 crisis should be renamed the “Covid-19 scandal” and all those responsible, such as the Davos Forum who have manipulated much of the information, should be prosecuted for civil damages caused by tampering and falsified test protocols. For this reason, an international network of corporate lawyers and scientists are negotiating the greatest case of all time, the Covid-19 fraud scandal, which has now become the greatest crime against humanity of all time, is also being called the world’s second Nuremberg tribunal.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

From Dr. Fuellmich’s own website, which all of you trusting gullible masks wearing mugs really should check out for the benefit of yourselves and your family.

For there is no more damning indictment than this.

Well, apart from Russia breaking WHO orders and doing post mittens on alleged Covid victims only to find there is NO EVIDENCE OF COVID in ANY o f the cadavers.

Thats pretty damning evidence too that it’s not a pandemic but a fraud orchestrated by a corporate crime cartel in their attempt to seize all small businesses via lockdown so they can then corner the market for themselves, thereby ensuring total control of every aspect of our daily affairs, which the Covid scandal itself should prove to you.

And once they have the businesses then they come for our houses, land and anything else we might own.

It would be a cinch if the world was solely populated by gullible government trusting mugs but thankfully there are legitimate intelligent and compassionate people around who are prepared to examine the evidence before rushing to judgement and doing whatever the government tells them, even if it means wearing daft masks all day and staying locked in their houses for months on end.

And you lot should be thankful for their existence for without them we might not have an existence at all.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Fvck off

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

You talking to me or Reiner Fuellmich?

Or the dozens of lawyers, doctors & scientists compiling the case for the prosecution of the corporate crime cartel that is Davos, the World Health Organisation, the Centre for Disease Control et al who have orchestrated this Covid fraud, this long con, this CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY?

You must be well pissed off that I’ve been proven right again, you brainless lardarsed greaseball.

Ye ragin, Monti, aye?

You must be pure ragin, fatboy.

Monti
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Ffs it’s the duracell bunny

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Monti

You’re a muppet, Monti.

You always have been and you always will be a muppet and everybody on here knows it.

And so do you.

Night night, muppet.

Sleep shite.

The Cha
1 year ago

PBS America (Freeview channel 84) is showing a 2 part documentary, REVOLUTION IN COLOUR, which is The story of Ireland’s struggle for independence during the early decades of the 20th Century.

Today and tomorrow but repeated on Sunday also.

charlie
1 year ago

every celtic man a know wants the trust tae take awe the cheatin the full road if they dont do that a dont trust em its that simple al buy ma season ticket cause celtic ar ma heart and ma soul same as they wur fur awe ma grandas and grannies but earn the fookin trust ffs

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  charlie

That’s righ, you keep giving the parasites in charge a reason to stay there robbing us blind and destroying our club from the inside out, that’s the way to ‘protect Celtic’, eh charlie?

You still haven’t explained to us how ‘we owe Lenny The Ten’ either yet, ya muppet.

charlie
1 year ago

any celtic fan who sais theyl protect paradise next sunday is a mug because yon zombies aint gemme they ar protected

charlie
1 year ago

mikey ma granda lost his right fit in ww11 and me and ma da still couldnae get the baw affum ha ha cause he beat the shit oot us wae his balancin stick

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  charlie

It would be your own fault, you must have deserved it, anybody that steals sheep deserves all that they get. You mention balance, I played amateur fitba with a guy who only had one arm, he had brilliant balance as he took men on. I had mixed emotions watching him, because he was a good player and he never let his disability get to him. But I was also sad for him, because I always thought he would have gone further in football without his disability. My wife’s father had only one arm, he was a brilliant guy, I used to love getting him drunk and propping him up outside his door, then watch on as he got dragged inside by my mother in law. Happy days. haha. RIP Tom.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

So you’d take pleasure in getting a one armed man legless?

’Armless enough, I suppose …

Mike.
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

Ha! Simple pleasures for a simpleton, me baaaaad, he loved it, even worser he had lost his hearing in the same industrial accident that cost him his arm. So he couldn’t hear her footsteps when she came out to drag him in. So, who r u, Mr. Enigma, are you one of the three musketeers? Hectoring Hector, the Norths Mr Burns, or Desi in the sky with Dimples? I know who you are not, or are you really just Rocketman, one who prefers stirring the pot, out for a reaction, as opposed to anal sex. Don’t keep us in suspenders, pray tell…

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike.

Sorry, I missed that, could you try again once you’ve disengaged the sheep fae yer wellies?

charlie
1 year ago

a got ma jag last week and took it gladly ma sons and daughters wulnae take it till they see iff a faw doon deid cause thats cool

MabozzaRitchie
1 year ago
Reply to  charlie

thats because BOJO took everyone out of the EU. Hail BOJO!

MabozzaRitchie
1 year ago
Reply to  charlie

britain 50% bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw

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Frank McGaaaarvey
1 year ago
Reply to  MabozzaRitchie

Going fur 140,000.

Iancelt67
1 year ago
Reply to  charlie

Keep us updated Charlie

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  Iancelt67

Whit, ye want a daily report?

Read what Reiner Fuellmich the lawyer says about Covid being ‘The greatest crime against humanity ever enacted’, you’ll learn a lot more there than you ever will aff the muppet fae the Calton.

charlie
1 year ago

fat gym traynors back goodness me it sells a sky scraper tae yon deluded

charlie
1 year ago

tae us sundayis a gemme a fitba but tae them its aboot beetin thur betters a pity thum cause everybody knows55 intae 8 disnae go no matter how much ye play wae numbers they know it …………………..even though thur black hearts wulnae admit it

charlie
1 year ago

am no wan fur sayin sumdays no right in the heid but mc grath needs help so emdy that knows um look efter the kid

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  charlie

Ye’re a simpleton, charlie.

I’d advise ye tae seek professional help but you’re too far gone for help noo, son.

James McGrath
1 year ago
Reply to  James McGrath

You think fvck all, muppet.

Youd argue black was white if I said it because you know I know a lot more than you ever will and it sticks in your bitter little craw.

Away and tell Monti what ye do for the 77th brigade, ye’ll gie him a stiffy.

portpower
1 year ago

Enjoy your Saint Patrick`s Day, Ghirls and Bhoys.

Stay Green.

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