SIR, - How good it is to see in your issue, of August 23, William W. Scott’s letter to you headed ‘No chance of independence.’
And how good it is to be able to tell him what most of your readers already know, that the Kingdom of Scotland remains independent legally and constitutionally under Scot’s law, as the union with the Kingdom of England in 1707 was illegall and unconstitutional under Scot’s law, as was the illegall and unconstitutional United Kingdom’s joining Europe!
And the Kingdom of Scotland, reactivated under the 1992 Declaration of Duns, with it’s parliament reactivated in 1999, and as it’s first meeting in Duns the following year, 2000, confirming me as regent, will certainly not hold a referendum on joining the European Union, nor join it under any other procedure
Whenever there is no real news in these here parts-late August is usually a case in point you can rely on the Berwickshire to give an airing to the quaintly lunatic fringe. If it is not the inability to buy a ham sandwich in Reston than it is the regent of the Kingdom of Scotland in his well worn groove.
AS for the 1992 Declaration of Duns the Friday night regulars in the Cross Inn talk of little else.
Labels: Duns, Kingsom of Sotland, Loonies