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Mary, Queen Of Scots, Pray For Us!

My dear fellow Catholic Scots, my dear people, I know you hate hearing from foreigners telling you what to do, I’m not exactly a foreigner, but a Scot, like all the Princes, Kings and Queens of Scotland born not in Scotland, but from Scotland by ancestors.

But recently, in learn the awful truth of Scotland and how our beloved country fell and sharing only the small introductory part, I actually heard from you on the Youtube Channel I run for Ordo Militaris Catholicus, and you thanked me for sharing this information that you never heard, so I am sharing more from what I am learning from the Scottish Historian, Francesco Josepa Dougan.

I am currently reading/studying his paper, Scottish Nationalist Party Founded On Hate & Persecution Of Scottish & Irish Catholics

“By Tom Gallagher 1985. ” The Scottish Historical Review 64…

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The hypocrisy of the Scottish Nationalist Party and pollution of Scotland and the planet "It's Scotland's Oil"!

“It’s Scotland’s oil” was a widely publicised political slogan used by the Scottish National Party (SNP) during the 1970s in making their economic case for Scottish independence. It was argued that the discovery of North Sea oil off the coast of Scotland, and the revenue that it created would not benefit Scotland to any significant degree while Scotland remained part of the United Kingdom. The SNP campaigned widely in both the February 1974 UK General Election and subsequent October 1974 UK General Election using this slogan. At the February election the SNP gained seven seats in the House of Commons and 22% of the Scottish vote, rising to eleven seats and 30% of the vote in the October election. The idea behind the slogan has proven to be controversial in discussions surrounding the financial viability of an independent Scottish state and still resonates to this day.[1]

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It’s Scotland’s oil” was a widely publicised political slogan used by the Scottish National Party (SNP) during the 1970s in making their economic case for Scottish independence. It was argued that the discovery of North Sea oil off the coast of Scotland, and the revenue that it created would not benefit Scotland to any significant degree while Scotland remained part of the United Kingdom. The SNP campaigned widely in both the February 1974 UK General Election and subsequent October 1974 UK General Election using this slogan. At the February election the SNP gained seven seats in the House of Commons and 22% of the Scottish vote, rising to eleven seats and 30% of the vote in the October election. The idea behind the slogan has…

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The hypocrisy of the Scottish Nationalist Party and pollution of Scotland and the planet "It's Scotland's Oil"!

Wikipedia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to search An oil drilling rig in the North Sea

It’s Scotland’s oil” was a widely publicised political slogan used by the Scottish National Party (SNP) during the 1970s in making their economic case for Scottish independence. It was argued that the discovery of North Sea oil off the coast of Scotland, and the revenue that it created would not benefit Scotland to any significant degree while Scotland remained part of the United Kingdom. The SNP campaigned widely in both the February 1974 UK General Election and subsequent October 1974 UK General Election using this slogan. At the February election the SNP gained seven seats in the House of Commons and 22% of the Scottish vote, rising to eleven seats and 30% of the vote in the October election. The idea behind the slogan has proven to be controversial in discussions surrounding the financial viability of an independent Scottish state and still resonates to this day.[1]

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Background[edit]

The outcome of the February 1974 General Election saw the Labour Party, led by Harold Wilson, win the most seats. Prime Minister Edward Heath, leader of the Conservative Party, lost support from the Ulster Unionist Party and, although he entered coalition negotiations with Liberal leader Jeremy Thorpe, these broke down. The Labour Party then formed the new government, with a plurality of seats but without a majority. In October 1974, Wilson went back to the country to ask for a renewed mandate.

During this time, in Scotland support for the Scottish National Party had been increasing after the victory of the SNP candidate Winnie Ewing at the 1967 Hamilton by-election. The political instability surrounding the general elections of 1974 represented a time of intense political campaigning in the UK, which further brought the SNP to prominence. It was during this time that the slogan “It’s Scotland’s Oil” came to the fore with the February election seeing 7 SNP candidates returned, rising to 11 in October. Some well known MPs such as Tam Dalyell believe this was in no small part due to the “It’s Scotland’s oil” slogan employed by the Scottish National Party.[2]

The economic background to the claim was the discovery of oil in the North Sea in the 1960s, and its coming on line in the 1970s. The majority of the largest oil fields in the UK sector of the North Sea were found in the waters to the north and east of the Scottish mainland, with the more northerly fields found to the east of the Orkney and Shetland islands.[3] Aberdeen became the centre of Britain’s North Sea oil industry, with many oil terminals such as that of Sullom Voe in Shetland and Flotta in Orkney and at Cruden Bay and St Fergus on the north east coast of Scotland, being built to support the North Sea oil industry. In the early 1970s, there was a great deal of economic turbulence with the 1973 oil price shock caused by the Yom Kippur War, resulting in rising inflation coupled with high unemployment, recession (also known as stagflation) in Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom.[4] Thus the economic argument that formed the basis of the slogan was that while Scotland was part of the United Kingdom, it lacked control over royalties and revenue from the majority of the oil which lay in the Scottish sector of the North Sea.

Reality of the claim[edit]

Given that Scotland is not a sovereign state, it has no effective maritime boundaries; and any claims Scotland may assert are subsumed as part of claims made by the United Kingdom. However, due to the existence of two separate legal systems in Great Britain — that of Scots law pertaining to Scotland and English law pertaining to England and Wales — constitutional law in the United Kingdom has provided for the division of the UK sector of the North Sea into specific Scottish and English components.[5] The Continental Shelf Act 1964 and the Continental Shelf (Jurisdiction) Order 1968 defined the UK North Sea maritime area to the north of latitude 55 degrees north as being under the jurisdiction of Scots law[6] meaning that 90% of the UK’s oil resources was considered under Scottish jurisdiction.[7][8] In addition, section 126 of the Scotland Act 1998 defined Scottish waters as the internal waters and territorial sea of the United Kingdom as are adjacent to Scotland.[9] This was subsequently amended by the Scottish Adjacent Waters Boundary Order 1999 which redefined the extent of Scottish waters and Scottish fishery limits.[10][11]

Recent evidence by Kemp and Stephen (1999) has tried to estimate hypothetical Scottish shares of North Sea Oil revenue by dividing the UK sector of the North Sea into separate Scottish and English sectors using the international principle of equidistance as utilised under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) – such a convention is used in defining the maritime assets of newly formed states and resolving international maritime disputes. The study by Kemp & Stephen showed that hypothesised Scottish shares of North Sea oil revenue over the period 1970 to 1999 varied, dependent upon the price of oil and offset against taxable profits and the costs of exploration and development.[12]

Nevertheless, a Scottish share of North Sea oil is never formally alluded to as part of Scotland’s net fiscal position and is treated by HM Treasury as extra-regio resources.[13] The BBC economist Evan Davis however reported prior to the 2007 Scottish Parliament election that the Barnett formula already allows Scotland to sustain higher levels of per capita public spending relative to the rest of the UK, which is approximately equivalent to its disproportionately high annual contribution of tax revenues to the central UK Treasury from Oil production.[14] However Scotland’s per capita spending growth, relative to the rest of the UK, has in recent years, been nominally reduced by the operation of the Barnett formula, in order to bring public spending levels into line with the UK average, in a phenomenon that had been dubbed the “Barnett Squeeze”.[15]

Claims by Shetland and Orkney[edit]

There have been moves to recast the constitutional status of Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles partly in order to get a greater share of the oil revenues to these islands, in whose maritime territory it is argued that most of the oil is found.

Scottish Independence Referendum[edit]

Jim Sillars, former Deputy Leader of the Scottish National Party, said during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum that “BP, in an independent Scotland, will need to learn the meaning of nationalisation, in part or in whole, as it has in other countries who have not been as soft as we have forced to be. We will be the masters of the oil fields, not BP or any other of the majors.”[16][17][18]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Scotland’s oil: Does oil in Scotland have a future? Professor Thomas W Walde – Thomas Walde Professor of International Economic Energy and Natural Resources Law at the University of Dundee
  2. ^ Independent Online edition December 2005 Tam Dalyell, who served as Labour MP in West Lothian for 43 years, agrees…. “It could have tipped the balance it a number of seats including mine. Oil was very much a totemic issue” Archived 2005-12-12 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ School Science from The Energy Institute Map of North Sea oil fields Archived 2007-02-14 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Scotland on Sunday, January 1, 2006 How North Sea oil calmed the UK’s crisis ridden waters
  5. ^ Parliament of the United Kingdom – Standing Committee B, Energy Bill (2004) Lords Hansard discussion on the subject
  6. ^ United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea UK Legislation – The Continental Shelf (Jurisdiction) Order 1968
  7. ^ Ben Russell and Paul Kelbie (9 December 2005). “How black gold was hijacked: North sea oil and the betrayal of Scotland”. Independent Online edition. By the mid 1970s, international convention had already agreed that the North Sea north of the 55th parallel was under Scottish jurisdiction. That meant around 90 per cent of the UK’s oil and gas reserves fell within Scottish waters Archived 2005-12-12 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ Murkens, Jones & Keating (2002) p183
  9. ^ Scotland Act 1998 Section 126 – Interpretation
  10. ^ Statutory Instrument 1126 of 1999 Scottish Adjacent Waters Boundary Order 1999
  11. ^ Scottish Adjacent Waters Boundary Order 1999 Map of the extent of Scottish Waters
  12. ^ Murkens, Jones & Keating (2002) p189
  13. ^ Government Expenditure and Revenue (Scotland) 2002-03 In the Regional Accounts, the UK Continental Shelf is included in a separate region of the UK (the Extra-regio territory) and is not allocated to specific geographic regions
  14. ^ “The Scottish gamble”. BBC News. 30 April 2007. Retrieved 20 June 2007.
  15. ^ Professor David Bell (January 2001). “The Barnett Formula” (PDF). University of Stirling. Archived from the original (PDF) on 26 July 2007. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
  16. ^ https://www.scotsman.com/news/politics/day-of-reckoning-post-yes-vote-says-jim-sillars-1-3539754
  17. ^ https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/09/12/scottish-independence-jim-sillars-nationalise_n_5810496.html
  18. ^ https://www.forbes.com/sites/timworstall/2014/09/12/bp-to-be-nationalised-the-latest-scottish-independence-threat/

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External links[edit]

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Written by Francesco Josepa Dougan. All the commentators on Climate Change have missed or covered up the true reasons. The fact is the Earth has moved a fraction due to movement in the Tectonic Plates over the past century because of the draining of the Oil in every corner of the planet including under the seas. The Oil is a lubricant to stop the Tectonic Plates rubbing against each other and because this has been taken away from the planet they are constantly rubbing against each other causing friction and this causes more heat to be generated underground and seas and causing more constant volcanic eruptions and violation of Mother Earth.

The Earth is and has been shaken to the core in almost every decade since 1914.
The toxic gasses used along with the torrential down-poring of millions of tons of bombs exploding and shaking the world.
The trials and use of Atomic Bombs are beyond belief of a simple person such as I.
Is it any wonder why the planet is responding to these actions of destruction.
Syria and Russia are still using toxic gasses in the 21st century.
Dangerous Radio waves are polluting the atmosphere.

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Climate Change is caused by constant bombing and draining of Oil from the Tectonic Plates.

Written by Francesco Josepa Dougan.

All the commentators on Climate Change have missed or covered up the true reasons.

The fact is the Earth has moved a fraction due to movement in the Tectonic Plates over the past century because of the draining of the Oil in every corner of the planet including under the seas.

The Oil is a lubricant to stop the Tectonic Plates rubbing against each other and because this has been taken away from the planet they are constantly rubbing against each other causing friction and this causes more heat to be generated underground and seas and causing more constant volcanic eruptions and violation of Mother Earth.

The 20th century and including today January 2020 has and is a wrecking force on the planet by…

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Written by Francesco Josepa Dougan. All the commentators on Climate Change have missed or covered up the true reasons. The fact is the Earth has moved a fraction due to movement in the Tectonic Plates over the past century because of the draining of the Oil in every corner of the planet including under the seas. The Oil is a lubricant to stop the Tectonic Plates rubbing against each other and because this has been taken away from the planet they are constantly rubbing against each other causing friction and this causes more heat to be generated underground and seas and causing more constant volcanic eruptions and violation of Mother Earth.

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Climate Change is caused by constant bombing and draining of Oil from the Tectonic Plates.

Written by Francesco Josepa Dougan.

All the commentators on Climate Change have missed or covered up the true reasons.

The fact is the Earth has moved a fraction due to movement in the Tectonic Plates over the past century because of the draining of the Oil in every corner of the planet including under the seas.

The Oil is a lubricant to stop the Tectonic Plates rubbing against each other and because this has been taken away from the planet they are constantly rubbing against each other causing friction and this causes more heat to be generated underground and seas and causing more constant volcanic eruptions and violation of Mother Earth.

The 20th century and including today January 2020 has and is a wrecking force on the planet by constant wars and the introduction of of the most terrible and devastating inventions of destruction known to mankind.

The Earth is and has been shaken to the core in almost every decade since 1914.

The toxic gasses used along with the torrential down-poring of millions of tons of bombs exploding and shaking the world.

The trials and use of Atomic Bombs are beyond belief of a simple person such as I.

Is it any wonder why the planet is responding to these actions of destruction.

Syria and Russia are still using toxic gasses in the 21st century.

Dangerous Radio waves are polluting the atmosphere.

All the leaders of these nations are guilty of Crimes Against the Human Race and God who created this wonderful planet and planets around us that are now being subjected to probing and contamination from Earth.

We all know the nations I refer to they all share the same guilt.

Politicians will not come up with the solutions to stop this destruction as there is so much corruption between the manufactures of weapons of Mass-Destruction and Oil Producers who fill the coffers of the contaminated people in power.

Attila the Hun and Gen Khan were pussycats in comparison with the leaders of nations of past 120 years.

Scotland’s Secret Shame: The Story Of Scotland’s Downfall

Climate Change is caused by constant bombing and draining of Oil from the Tectonic Plates.
Written by Francesco Josepa Dougan.
All the commentators on Climate Change have missed or covered up the true reasons.
The fact is the Earth has moved a fraction due to movement in the Tectonic Plates over the past century because of the draining of the Oil in every corner of the planet including under the seas.
The Oil is a lubricant to stop the Tectonic Plates rubbing against each other and because this has been taken away from the planet they are constantly rubbing against each other causing friction and this causes more heat to be generated underground and seas and causing more constant volcanic eruptions and violation of Mother Earth.
The 20th century and including today January 2020 has and is a wrecking force on the planet by constant wars and the introduction of of the most terrible and devastating inventions of destruction known to mankind.
The Earth is and has been shaken to the core in almost every decade since 1914.
The toxic gasses used along with the torrential down-poring of millions of tons of bombs exploding and shaking the world.
The trials and use of Atomic Bombs are beyond belief of a simple person such as I.
Is it any wonder why the planet is responding to these actions of destruction.
Syria and Russia are still using toxic gasses in the 21st century.
Dangerous Radio waves are polluting the atmosphere.
All the leaders of these nations are guilty of Crimes Against the Human Race and God who created this wonderful planet and planets around us that are now being subjected to probing and contamination from Earth.
We all know the nations I refer to they all share the same guilt.
Politicians will not come up with the solutions to stop this destruction as there is so much corruption between the manufactures of weapons of Mass-Destruction and Oil Producers who fill the coffers of the contaminated people in power.
Attila the Hun and Gen Khan were pussycats in comparison with the leaders of nations of past 120 years.

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I read to you a forgotten bit of history regarding how Scotland fell and a history that is no longer taught by anyone. Read Scotland’s Secret Shame: The Story of Scotland’s Downfall by Francesco Joseph Dougan

My fellow Catholics I call on you to pray a Rosary, Ask through the Intercession of Saint Andrew, and my dear Great Grandmother, Queen Saint Margaret of Scotland for Scotland’s Conversion back to Catholicism!

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The Persecution and destruction of Mary Queen of Scots by John Knox!

The mystery surrounding John Knox is an enigma as there are no records available or details of his life prior to 1540.
Records of births at the Mitchell Library in Glasgow show two John Knox birth dates as 1505 and 1515 both born in Haddington.
There are also records of a John Knox who was a notary and was connected with the Roman Catholic Church around the 1520s.
Knox was married twice and had five children, he wrote umpteen books including his “History” yet nothing is known of his life, even in those days people celebrated birthdays, especially since Knox had banned Christmas and Easter. Look at the many famous people whom we know of their lives even though they came from humble backgrounds;
Written and researched by…

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Scotland’s Secret Shame: the Story of Scotland’s downfall

Written and researched by Francesco Josepa Dougan published by; HTTPS://FROMROME.WORDPRESS.COM

The Persecution and destruction of Mary Queen of Scots by John Knox!

The mystery surrounding John Knox is an enigma as there are no records available or details of his life prior to 1540.
Records of births at the Mitchell Library in Glasgow show two John Knox birth dates as 1505 and 1515 both born in Haddington.
There are also records of a John Knox who was a notary and was connected with the Roman Catholic Church around the 1520s.
Knox was married twice and had five children, he wrote umpteen books including his “History” yet nothing is known of his life, even in those days people celebrated birthdays, especially since Knox had banned Christmas and Easter. Look at the many famous people whom we know of their lives even though they came from humble backgrounds;
Written and researched by Francesco Josepa Dougan published by; HTTPS://FROMROME.WORDPRESS.COM

Scotland’s Secret Shame: the Story of Scotland’s downfall

Written and researched by; Frank J Dougan
The Persecution and destruction of Mary Queen of Scots by John Knox!
The mystery surrounding John Knox is an
enigma as there are no records available or details of his life prior to 1540.
Records of births at the Mitchell Library in Glasgow show two John Knox birth dates as 1505 and 1515 both born in Haddington.
There are also records of a John Knox who was a notary and was connected with the Roman Catholic Church around 1520s.
Knox was married twice and had five children, he wrote umpteen books including his
“History” yet nothing is known of his life, even in those days people celebrated
birthdays, especially since Knox had banned
Christmas and Easter.Look at the many famous people whom we know of their lives even though they came from humble backgrounds;
Written and researched by Francesco Josepa Dougan​ published by; https://FROMROME.WORDPRESS.COM

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14th of December 1542. King James V. of Scotland held his seven-day-old baby daughter Mary in his arms and with his last breath may have whispered to her?

‘My darling lassie, I’m so sorry to leave you in these dreadful times surrounded by devils. Now you will be queen, as I fear my life slipping away’.

With the death of James V. dawned an era that was about to change the world, and especially Scotland for the worst.

The Reformation and the doom and gloom of Protestantism that would plunge the country into the bloodiest period it had ever witnessed in its troubled history.

Never before or since had there been a more devious collection of contemptuous Vultures accumulated on the political stage of Scotland or England who created havoc and division, that would…

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