Wednesday, 12 September 2012


Dunblane is quite a nice wee town, one of those sheltered,   prosperous Anglo-Scots market towns, even  has a nice, small  cathedral, in its nice, small centre. 


Like most of Scotland's beauty spots, it is thick with immigrant English.  The Hamilton Massacre  of a class of infants and their teacher

and the fog of secrecy which surrounds the  official enquiry -  the papers being buried until long after all concerned are dead - is what defines Dunblane for me;  the at best curious roles of the Chief Constable and of Lord George Arseface, its then MP

and his sudden, airlifting from Westminster to Brussels and the leadership of NATO, after questions were asked about his relationship with trigger-happy Thomas Hamilton.


   These are fundamentally serious, national  issues;  skymadeupnewsandfilth, however,  are all insisting that Florida resident, Andy Mummy,  has now buried all this bad stuff in the past and the town can now rejoice  in the business success of one of it's departees.  Enough to make you weep, really, for all the children and the teacher, all the parents.


Is this really all it takes to heal all that pain, a fucked-up, repulsive Mommasboy, long since expatriot, snarling his way to a coupla million dollars? 


Noddie said...

Your comments about the cover up illustrate the state of affairs the length and breadth of our septic isle.

jgm2 said...

I think one of Andy Murray's brothers got killed by Hamilton. So the two stories are still linked.

Good to see you alive and well Mr I.

jgm2 said...

Looks like I 'misremembered'. Just checked on t'internet. No mention of any brother getting killed although he did have to hide (along with his brother) under the headmaster's desk.

call me ishmael said...

Yes, mr jgm2, the stories are forever linked, just a shame the press doesn't link the massacre to the politicians concerned and not just to this emotional sickbag, Murray. They might write, for instance, Dunblane, the quiet Scottish town where the parents of thirty murdered children are not allowed to read the papers of the enquiry into the event, is, instead, being brainwashed into thinking that a game of tennis makes everything OK again. But they won't.

jgm2 said...

Mr I, perhaps with the timely Hillsborough revelations some of the Dunblane parents might start banging the desk a little harder. What's so special about these Scousers? What are we not being told? What are our police covering up?

I wouldn't hold my breath though. All Scottish parties have conspired to maintain the fiction that he Scottish legal system is above reproach despite the ...errr... controversial verdict of their diplock court over that Libyan chap.