Onwards And Upwards

Many thanks to all those who sent me kind thoughts on reaching 3 million hits.

It was great to hear from regulars, old posters and new – and particularly good to hear from those who read but don’t normally post.

It is heartening to hear people say they feel at home on this blog. I have contemplated at times closing the Comments section but I very much enjoy and appreciate the contribution from people. I even enjoy reading the posts from “critics” because the depths some will sink to in terms of abuse let me know my message is hitting home.

I set out writing this blog to defend my team from its detractors and enemies. Sadly, in recent times those enemies have been what some are calling “the enemy within.” I don’t see every Rangers fan who is against the board as an enemy because the suspicions of these fans are understandable. Those who manipulate the fears and concerns of these fans to further their own agenda are enemies, however, particularly when that agenda undermines the club’s progress.

The sad thing is that those fans who think for themselves and see this blatant manipulation are being denied a voice on the normal fan platforms – all because certain “spokesmen” have bought into the rebel cause.

I will continue to fight for and defend Rangers against foes within and without.

More important to me is the future of the nation and so I will also be continuing to defend the Union against separatists, republicans and rebels.

Those who think it merely circumstantial that a club traditionally known as a bastion of Unionism should find itself crippled by divisions and splits at a time when the Union needs it most have a stronger belief in coincidence than I do.

I am truly grateful that so many of my readers share my thoughts and values; it’s heartening to see that many Rangers fans are still loyal and true.

Over the next few days I will be busy with speaking engagements. I am speaking in London over the weekend and next Thursday will be speaking on “Wake Up The Nation” at the BRITAIN AWAKE!! meeting in Burnbank, Hamilton.

This Friday I am at the War Office in Motherwell with one of my favourite ever Rangers players – Gordon “Smudger” Smith – for a Football Q&A night. You might just get a ticket still for this event.

I am looking forward to seeing some of the blog regulars on this night and seeing who is all in the Remington Club i.e. the clippered baldy head mob.

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56 thoughts on “Onwards And Upwards

  1. Bill, sorry I accidently put my last post up twice, could you possibly condense it to just the top part only ?? didn’t mean for the bottom repeat part to happen. Thanks Wullie. watp.

  2. This one is for PZJ :) WHATS THE BETTING THAT THIS IS THE SAME GUY WHO AUTHORISED THE SELLICK LOANS AND OVERDRAFT LOL. HE ALSO LIKES YOUNG MEN FOR SEX, SO HE IS PAR FOR THE COURSE TO LIKE SHEX OHFFENDERS FC.

    Co-op bank boss caught buying crystal meth and cocaine
    Shame … Rev Paul Flowers was filmed
    A BANK boss who oversaw the crisis at the Co-op has been caught buying hard drugs crystal meth, crack cocaine and ketamine.
    Methodist minister Rev Paul Flowers, 63, was filmed counting out £300 in £20 notes before sending a pal to purchase the Class A substances.
    The astonishing footage was recorded days after a Commons grilling in which the former chairman was quizzed on the near-collapse of the Co-operative Bank.
    Ex Labour councillor Mr Flowers last night admitted his actions were “wrong and stupid,” adding that he was facing pressure from work and the death of mum Muriel a year ago.
    He said: “This year has been incredibly difficult, with a death in the family and the pressures of my role with the Co-operative Bank.
    “At the lowest point in this terrible period, I did things that were stupid and wrong.
    “I am sorry for this, and I am seeking professional help, and apologise to all I have hurt or failed by my actions.”
    The bank lost £700m in the first six months of this year – and had a £1.5bn black hole in funding to fill.
    On a staggering £132,000-a-year salary, Mr Flowers was chairman from 2010 until May.
    Pal Stuart Davies, 26, who met Mr Flowers on gay dating site Grindr in early October exposed the minister because he was so furious about his actions.
    He said: “After hearing him bragging about his life, about his connections in Parliament, his 40 years in the church and his all-round good works, it just felt wrong.
    “He seemed to be using his status to get young men off their heads for sex.”
    In the video, Mr Flowers is seen in a car handing money to a friend as they discuss buying the drugs from a Leeds dealer.
    And text messages revealed last night show that within hours of a grilling at the Treasury Select Committee he went to Manchester to “get wasted with friends”.
    Minister quizzes Rev Paul Flowers
    Grilled … Flowers was quizzed by MPs about bank
    One read: “Am in London tomorrow for my appearance before the Treasury Select Committee yesterday and won’t be back until after midnight.
    “Do you like ket?”
    After the committee meeting, he wrote: “I was ‘grilled’ by the Treasury Select Committee yesterday and afterwards came to Manchester to get wasted with friends.”
    Two further text messages sent within minutes of each other read: “Have 2 bags of Charlie here and have ordered another 5… enough? Px
    “Also have Ket and G cos they apparently like them… !”
    In another he wrote: “The ket is superb!!! Hot lots of it too – when do u want some?
    “Mixing it with coke….”
    And another read: “If you are free and want to come over tonight we could have a fine old party!! I’m stocking up on some more Charlie.”
    A spokesman for the Co-operative Bank last night said: “We can make no comment on these allegations which are of a personal nature and being made against a former board member.”
    The Methodist Church said: “We expect high standards of our ministers.
    “We have procedures for when ministers fail to meet those standards, and we will now start those with a thorough investigation.
    “We will also work with the police if they feel a crime has been committed.”

    Co-op bank boss caught buying crystal meth and cocaine

    Paul Flowers
    Shame … Rev Paul Flowers was filmed

    5

    By JACK ROYSTON

    Last Updated: 18th November 2013

    A BANK boss who oversaw the crisis at the Co-op has been caught buying hard drugs crystal meth, crack cocaine and ketamine.

    Methodist minister Rev Paul Flowers, 63, was filmed counting out £300 in £20 notes before sending a pal to purchase the Class A substances.

    The astonishing footage was recorded days after a Commons grilling in which the former chairman was quizzed on the near-collapse of the Co-operative Bank.

    Ex Labour councillor Mr Flowers last night admitted his actions were “wrong and stupid,” adding that he was facing pressure from work and the death of mum Muriel a year ago.

    He said: “This year has been incredibly difficult, with a death in the family and the pressures of my role with the Co-operative Bank.

    “At the lowest point in this terrible period, I did things that were stupid and wrong.

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    Got a story? Call the Sun news desk on 0207 782 4100 or email exclusive@thesun.co.uk

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    “I am sorry for this, and I am seeking professional help, and apologise to all I have hurt or failed by my actions.”

    The bank lost £700m in the first six months of this year – and had a £1.5bn black hole in funding to fill.

    On a staggering £132,000-a-year salary, Mr Flowers was chairman from 2010 until May.

    Pal Stuart Davies, 26, who met Mr Flowers on gay dating site Grindr in early October exposed the minister because he was so furious about his actions.

    He said: “After hearing him bragging about his life, about his connections in Parliament, his 40 years in the church and his all-round good works, it just felt wrong.

    “He seemed to be using his status to get young men off their heads for sex.”

    In the video, Mr Flowers is seen in a car handing money to a friend as they discuss buying the drugs from a Leeds dealer.

    And text messages revealed last night show that within hours of a grilling at the Treasury Select Committee he went to Manchester to “get wasted with friends”.

    Minister quizzes Rev Paul Flowers
    Grilled … Flowers was quizzed by MPs about bank
    One read: “Am in London tomorrow for my appearance before the Treasury Select Committee yesterday and won’t be back until after midnight.

    “Do you like ket?”

    After the committee meeting, he wrote: “I was ‘grilled’ by the Treasury Select Committee yesterday and afterwards came to Manchester to get wasted with friends.”

    Two further text messages sent within minutes of each other read: “Have 2 bags of Charlie here and have ordered another 5… enough? Px

    “Also have Ket and G cos they apparently like them… !”

    In another he wrote: “The ket is superb!!! Hot lots of it too – when do u want some?

    “Mixing it with coke….”

    And another read: “If you are free and want to come over tonight we could have a fine old party!! I’m stocking up on some more Charlie.”

    A spokesman for the Co-operative Bank last night said: “We can make no comment on these allegations which are of a personal nature and being made against a former board member.”

    The Methodist Church said: “We expect high standards of our ministers.

    “We have procedures for when ministers fail to meet those standards, and we will now start those with a thorough investigation.

    “We will also work with the police if they feel a crime has been committed.”

  3. A Rangers fan driving home from the game crashes into another car ,both drivers get out ,and the one in the other car is a celtic supporter and is in a bit of a dazed state.On seeing this the Rangers supporter goes to his car boot brings out a bottle of brandy gives it to the celtic supporter and tells him to take a few drinks to settle himself down.The celtic fan guzzles down a quarter of the bottle turns to the Rangers fan ,who is using his phone,and says here have a swally .No thanks says the Rangers fan i ll have a drink after the police are done with you.

  4. Congratulations on the 3 million hits Bill. Even your enemies find the blog compelling reading. Always well balanced with a more than fair degree of accuracy in your forecasts. You remind me of my wife in that respect – never wrong :-)

    As regards the recent board appointments/offers I’m glad to see our directors getting on with the business in hand. To me it shows a confidence in themselves, the club and the future.

  5. PZJ We must have retired lawyers,land surveyors,etc who read Bills blog ,can i make an appeal on behalf of P.ZJ to any of the people mentioned who wish to help assist in the pursuit of these land deals to contact PZJ,on ways forward. Under handed dealings between Glasgow City council and celtic seem to be a normal practise ,and maybe with some joint attack on them it will be brought to light and finally expose too all the state aid this club is being afforded…….Bill,your reply page is the one place where like minded Rangers fans can join together in both their support for the club and to inform each other of the wrongdoings of others against our club.AT LEAST ITS A PLACE WHERE YOU ARE NOT BANNED JUST FOR HAVING A DIFFERENT OPINION,THE OTHER SO CALLED SUPPORTERS PAGES SHOULD TAKE A LONG HARD LOOK AT THEMSELVES.

    • g/n my friend, i dont even think at present the situation between gcc and the other team is supision, the cold hard facts, go way beyong that now. remember if westhorn was not secured for the borrowing they have on it, the other team could in all fact after april 2014 sell it. now as not one thing has been touched on westhorn and according to gcc there are spaces enough to put 100’s of units, how much could this land go for in all reality? meaning, and it has now been pointed out the other team could make over 6 or 7 million from land that was give away in 2009. the only thing is, this is now known, and will be pointed out.

  6. Bill,

    Congratulations regards hit count……would be interesting (as noted by a commenter previously) the area from where ‘hits’ are taken and number of actual individuals that the number represents (i.e. not the number of times that i’m assuming that the three million figure is)….please correct me if i’m wrong in my assumption.

    Also another commenter said that Paul Murray was ‘stupit’ regards his appearance and demeanour in recent SonsofStruth video.
    I’d say that Paul Murray isn’t so daft……he knows exactly what he’s doing……playing a game to get maximum impact at ibrox for minimal pay-out.
    FUD http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fear,_uncertainty_and_doubt

    JS

  7. DR-watch [Thursday 14th November, 2013]

    Front Page: No Rangers headlines
    Back Page: ‘Make your mind up’ [Reporter: Keith Jackson]
    Rangers bosses, seemingly, have given Scot Gardiner (Dundee supremo) a 24-hour ultimatum to accept a place on the ‘broken board’
    ‘Show us your medal’ [Reporter: Colin Duncan]
    ‘Alex MacDonald was thrilled to be presented with a replica Cup Winner’s Cup medal by fans after the Rangers hero had his stolen’

    Page 27: ‘Grab your copy today’
    An advert for ‘Our two new books are now on sale for just £4.99 at Waterstones, WH Smith, Tesco, Scotmid, McColl’s, RS McColl and all good independent retailers.’
    Celtic and Rangers books with pictures from the Daily Record archives.
    Again, it must be left up to the individual whether they wish to contribute to the DR’s coffers after the reporting style, of late, regards Rangers by Jackson/Keevins/Cowan et al……

    Page 70: ‘Gers given Bairns seats’ [No named reporter but assuming Colin Duncan ??]
    ‘Falkirk have given up half of their stadium to Rangers for this month’s televised Scottish Cup tie’
    ‘Following consultation with their own [Falkirk] supporters…’….’Rangers fans will be housed in the away enclosure (The North Stand)…..and…have seats in the northern section of the main stand’
    Hmmmm, wasn’t the Falkirk chairman [Ritchie] only saying in the press recently (and noted in DR-watch) that game income from the Old Firm wasn’t great and that he was delighted that the match would be televised (guaranteed income I suppose ?!). Now the chairman has asked Falkirk fans to move over for ehhhhh, one half of Old Firm fans……..(couldnae make it up is the expression, I believe)

    ‘Foster is set for sidelines’
    Richard Foster likely out for a number of weeks after injury from game v Dunfermline.

    ‘Arise Sir Sandy’ [Reporter Colin Duncan] 9continuation of back page article)
    Alex MacDonald enthuses about the contribution that Sandy Jardine has made regards Rangers – especially in recent times with his current health issues. Article notes that after ‘Doddy’ had his Cup Winner’s Cup medal stolen Sandy ‘Jardine arranged for a replica to be made while the Kirkintilloch Rangers Supporters Club shelled out the £900 to cover the cost’
    Doddy is quoted saying ‘We’re a club who always did things correctly. We’ve got standards. We’ve got a fantastic history and heritage…..’ ‘…We want to rebuild bridges…There are people who we feel really put the boot into us……we have to get back to where we were’
    Credit where it’s due……a good article !!

    ‘Scout’s honour. Gers must sort out their spy network quickly’ [Reporter: David McCarthy]
    Article regards Keny McDowall’s recent comment on Rangers’ scouting operations. Reporter notes that only Peralta/Mohsni were flagged up by others…..all other recent signings were known to Rangers’ team management.
    Reporter concludes ‘Instead, the scouting department has been allowed to wither and die. It is one of the many blows inflicted upon this club and although it has been largely ignored, it has been one of the most damaging’
    Two notes:
    – no mention of signing ban imposed previously
    – (as noted in a recent article previously also) ‘Rangers have won League One already. The only debate is whether they can go through the season undefeated’
    Surely not an attempt at inducing apathy into Rangers fans ?……i.e. league won, don’t bother going to rest of games ?!!!

    Page 76 (continuation of back page article on CEO position)
    Article states that ‘Gardiner is running out of time (regards decision to accept or not) and Somers is already looking at alternatives’

    Hotline: 4 from 12 calls regards Rangers
    One caller comments (regards goings-n at Ibrox) that ‘this tribulation has gone on far too long. Alex Salmond as the country’s leader should wade into this and help Rangers rid themselves of this stigma once and for all’
    Ehhhhhh, better not hold your breath on that one, caller.

    JS

  8. Congratulations Bill on hitting the 3.000.000 mark lets hope all blue noses fight for the Union i have never voted in my life simply because i never believed my vote mattered but i urge one and all to step up and make a difference vote no to independence its time the people found their voice again.

  9. Congratulations on hitting the third of many impressive milestones. It has become part of my daily routine checking this blog, as it seems to be for many fellow bluenoses, as well as some misguided souls from the dark side.
    This is an honest and enteraning blog, and although the opinions are diverse, there is a common goal for most who enjoy it.
    Forever and ever…..

  10. Then why do you keep ignoring my posts then they are certainly not offensive they are just another take on what you blog. Unlike the scum tattie picking plastic paddy pedos most other replays say. Your blog Bill keep posting your favourite comments.

  11. PURE SELLICK CLASS, APPARENTLY WHEN HE HEARD THERE WAS A “BAR JUNIOR” HE STOOD TO ATTENTION FOR THE KIDS.

    Celtic ace’s manhood ‘on show in bar’

    JAMES Forrest’s pals last night rushed to the defence of the Celtic ace — after nightclub bouncers showed him the door over claims he had his privates on parade.
    They claimed the Scotland star simply failed to fix himself up properly after visiting the loo.
    Forrest, 22, was at plush Elliots, in Prestwick, Ayrshire, for a pal’s birthday party when he got the boot for allegedly flashing his tackle.
    Sources alleged he was spotted near the bar with his willy exposed.
    An insider claimed yesterday: “James got thrown out for getting his boaby out.
    “It was a bar junior who was cleaning the floor that first noticed it and told James that he had to put it away. But then the bouncers got involved and ejected him.” The insider said the bust-up sparked a heated debate among the nightclub’s management during a meeting shortly afterwards.
    They added: “The first reaction from the women bosses was why would you want to get that out?”
    But friends said the whole incident was due to a misunderstanding. They said winger Forrest — who starred for Celtic during their recent Champions League double header against Ajax — left without fuss.
    Sources close to the player, who is from Prestwick, insisted that nothing lewd was intended — and that he simply neglected to fix up properly after he left the toilet.
    They said: “He’s quiet and not a trouble maker, he’s one of the meekest little guys around.
    “He wasn’t standing there flashing or anything. He was astonished at getting put out the club — but because of who he is, he doesn’t argue and just went on his way.”
    Last night, a Celtic insider also defended Forrest over the incident. They said: “I think what happened was he’s come out of the toilet while he was doing himself up.
    “Then while larking about with friends, things happened — but he’s not in the middle of the dancefloor doing this.”
    Last night a spokeswoman for Elliots said: “We have looked into the incident and have no further to comment to make.”
    Police Scotland said that they had not been called to any incident while Parkhead officials refused to comment.
    Meanwhile it emerged yesterday that Forrest is unlikely to feature in Scotland’s friendly against the USA tomorrow night.
    He is understood to be crocked — although Celtic boss Neil Lennon has yet to disclose how severe the injury is.

    • I immediately thought of this post when me and the old man discussed IRA marches through Glasgow in the 80s whilst protestant ones were banned at the last minute by the devoutly Catholic Chief Constable.

  12. at least one of the leaders of sons of struth knows what exploitation is all about ,as he advertises his book of when he was a football hooligan on their facebook page.im sure it will sell a million.captive audience i only hope the young guys who buy it after seeing it on the site dont end up re-enacting the tales from it.

  13. It is heartening to see so many Rangers fans who are loyal and true Bill, even though at times, a lot of times it feels like we are swimming against the tide we will always be this. We are born staunch with a no surrender attitude and firm beliefs and as one of your posters said the other day, no matter what , I am British and im more than comfortable with that and salmond will never change that .

  14. Big congratulations on this milestone of hits Bill. I am an avid reader and thoroughly enjoy your your blogs although not always in agreement with you. And as with 99% of the contributers, only want is for the Rangers to soar to new highs in the coming years and for the Union to prevail and flourish. Cheers Bill. Onwards and Upwards.

  15. Hello bill, I been following your blog for around a year now, I have to say it has been refreshing and informative, to have so many hits is a credit to yourself. I for one cannot wait for the AGM so we can all move forward on as one……. Maybe that’s the unionist in me.

    WATP

  16. PZJ asked me to post this:

    John Stevens wrote:
    there you go paul, correspondence reference the geotechincal report, perhaps now you will believe that this report will never see the light of day.

    john

    On Tuesday, 12 November 2013, 15:32, DRS_FOI wrote:
    Dear Mr Stevens

    Please find attached response to your Freedom of Information Enquiry and Review.

    Regards

    Richard Brown
    Executive Director

    Glasgow – Proud host city of the 2014 Commonwealth Games
    More than 11 days of sport http://www.gameslegacyglasgow.com
    ————————————————————————————————————————————

    Disclaimer:
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      • g nutter
        my reckoning is, that leaving it blank they do NOT intend to give this information basically they have been caught bang to rights ,up to no good favouring the east end mob, the corruption is there for all to see, but this is the scums default system GLASGOW C C, where are all these HONEST POLITICIANS [ ha-ha ] , this needs a PUBLIC ENQUIRY to bring this out in the open. too much underhand stuff going on. nobody in a position of authority will touch this ie politicos, they are running for the hills as we speak, P.Z.J has done a remarkable job in exposing this corruption, we now need another push from a concerned lawyer/barrister, to really expose this .

  17. bill, wonderfull blog, and its very rare, you find a writter, who believes in the same politics, theology and football team as yourself!! so i would always be biased in my comments on your blog bill, but in all honesty your work has been fantastic, and the posters are just simply the best.

  18. Bill, I believe your blog has been so successful and is “THEE” blog for 2 reasons
    1. You seem to have your finger on the pulse regarding Rangers and other concerns politically, nationally, religiously etc that most of your readers have. Added to the fact that there is a lot of good banter, with any bitterness from the posters only arising through anger of the moment regarding the given subject.
    2. In the present climate of the Scottish media practicing a selective form of reporting, and with the corrupt SFA, people know they can come to your blog and get the facts either through you or some of our learned posters, the 3,000,000 is proof that there is a thirst and desire from, not just your blue nose readers/posters, but also Celtic fans and others from outside the Rangers family, who have the sense to recognise that they are also being kept in the dark, and would seek the truth.
    Here’s to more revelation and the next million.

    Would love to have been there on Friday, I have a feeling I am going to miss a good night, but work will not allow me the luxury of being present, hopefully next time.

  19. Great stuff Bill, not one for posting but love your blogg(never fail to read it) and the true blue army that follow you. Congrats on 3mil + and plenty more too follow. Keep up the tremendous work. gstq…..watp

  20. Hello Bill, I have been following your blog for about a year now, and has been a great form of insight on which has been happening at our club and I thank you for that, to keep a level head through all this pish is credit to yourself.
    Cheers

  21. Bill,
    I appreciate you coming into your own Blog and thanking people who comment but it’s us that should be thanking you for continuing to do so.Long may your lum reek as saying goes

  22. Congrats Bill. Your blog is a set apart and I think it encourages us all to add a further dimension to our thinking and reasoning yet the passion is every bit as strong and real on here. The moderation works as it allows people to make their points without having to engage in firefighting. I share your passion for the Union and that it should remain a core value of this club – the two are one of the same thing. So I completely understand the reticence about what is at the heart of the requisitioner’s campaign. You had me at Nationalist and without your blog I for one would be none the wiser.
    Looks like you’re developing a growing community here – power to your elbow Sir.

  23. Congrats on the three mill Bill.

    I think anyone manipulating the Rangers situation to further separatist ambitions will be making a huge tactical error. All I see that achieving is to make us more determined to see our club back where it belongs – at the TOP. Rangers are making progress, albeit not at a rate or the quality we seek but we are progressing. Heaven knows what we may be able to achieve if everyone was pulling in the same direction.

    And on our way back to the top our Unionist principles will not be compromised by those who would undermine us by attacking our club. There will be no surrender.

  24. I too look forward to the AGM and an end to all the nonsense being spouted from certain quarters what I hope is that the media especially those who have an agenda against RFC are kept out of our meeting and our stadium, let the forces of true democracy work and let our great institution move forward into a brighter future we are BETTER TOGETHER in all things football and politically.

  25. Bill I really enjoy reading what you have to say and tend to agree with most of it.
    I agree with what you said today about the different camps within us at the moment and the level of worry we are all going through on a daily basis.
    Personally I don’t condemn anybody in the current infighting because I’m 100% sure that they all have something in common and that is a love of Glasgow Rangers.
    I look forward to the day that we can all get back to doing what we do best and that is watching our team be the best in the country and celebrating like only we can.
    It’s only five years since we showed the world of football what Rangers means to us when we took 200,000 fans to Manchester. I don’t think we will ever see the like again as I firmly believe only us and Celtic could achieve such figures.
    Keep up the good work.

  26. Don’t even think about shutting down the comments section Mr McMurdo or the baldies will be after you.Seriously though Bill,where else can we debate in an adult fashion without fear of a ban for not agreeing with the blogger? I have never posted on any other blog but to hear some of the guys getting bans for expressing a differing view is a disgrace to the brainwashers.We don’t necessarily have to agree wholeheatedly with every point made,but can simply identify with the parts we do and don’t think are right and highlight our counter argument in a reasoned manner.No hissy fits or derogatory name calling from yourself Bill,only sound opinion along with the occasional fact or two thrown in for good measure.Anyway, how are you going to be in any fit state to travel to London never mind speak given the swally promised to your good self by Platoon No.1.lol

    • P.S
      Any truth in the rumour VAMPER is turning up with a Hannibal Lector mask on,because big Smith was refusing to answer any questions from him in fear of having a strip torn off him if the answer wasn’t to our VAMPER’S liking?lol.Have a good night guys.Wish I was there.

      • RD66
        You’ve let the cat out of the bag, now I need another disguise, I was thinking of going as a priest, so don’t turn your backs or i”ll be straight in there . lol

  27. I enjoy your blog on rangers and the union glad there are other people with the same thoughts and ideas dont buy newspapers any more just your blog always the truth we are the people

  28. Bill, I’ll probably not be the first or the last to post a comment on here wondering what is actually going on in the various rooms at the top of the marble stair case. I do think it’s important for supporters not to nail their colours to the mast too quickly as many will end up saluting every flag that passes, which unfortunately have been many in the last 18 months. That ultimately makes a mockery of the ‘club’ and makes many of my fellow blue noses look foolish. Regardless of what goes on between now and the AGM in terms of appointments and other distractive activity, I urge all genuine supporters and shareholders to keep their powder dry until the AGM. It’s only at that democratic (since that seems to be the latest buzz word) juncture, where we may discover a flicker of light at the end of an apparently never ending tunnel. I don’t sign up to the view that we’ll be no further forward after the AGM and actually believe that some things may happen between now and then (and during the meeting) that will leave us ian much healthier position than many perceive us at the moment. Nothing further to add, other than an appeal for us all to stay together as we should remember that WATP.

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