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Pope voices fears over Scottish independence

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The Pope today appeared to raise concerns about Scottish independence as he entered the debate on the break-up of the United Kingdom for the first time.

Speaking in an interview with a Spanish newspaper about Catalonia's conflict with Spain, the Pontiff said “all division” worried him.

He cited Scotland as another example of an independence movement emerging in Europe, before concluding: “There will be cases that are right and ones that are not.

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I blame Mel Gibson and his Braveheart movie. Hollywood, and Holyrood, have so much to answer for. :(

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Is he worried about a new John Knox rallying the people to the forces of the Antichrist?

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Also Hillary Clinton spoke up against Scottish independance.

Hmmm

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I blame Mel Gibson and his Braveheart movie. Hollywood, and Holyrood, have so much to answer for. :(

at that film ranks as number one for Historical inaccuracies. closely followed by the film 'Shakespeare in love'

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Also Hillary Clinton spoke up against Scottish independance.

Hmmm

Definetly an NWO plot then.

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Definetly an NWO plot then.

Its funny this New World Order, yet the truth is the world today as never been more divided. surely the New World Order was in the 1600's onwards. when the world was ruled by Monarchies who were all related. fast forward to the reign of Queen Victoria, her family was spread all over the world. just look at europe. she wasn't called the 'Grand mother of Europe' for nothing. with nine children, each married into nobility in all the monarchies of Europe. surely that was more NWO than today.

Victoria, Princess Royal,

later German Empress and Queen of Prussia 21 November

1840 5 August

1901 Married 1858, Frederick, Crown Prince of Germany and Prussia later Frederick III, German Emperor and King of Prussia (1831–1888);

4 sons, 4 daughters (including Wilhelm II, German Emperor and King of Prussia and Sophia, Queen of Greece) Albert Edward, Prince of Wales,

later King Edward VII 9 November

1841 6 May

1910 Married 1863, Princess Alexandra of Denmark (1844–1925);

3 sons, 3 daughters (including King George V and Maud, Queen of Norway) Princess Alice,

later Grand Duchess of Hesse 25 April

1843 14 December

1878 Married 1862, Louis IV, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine (1837–1892);

2 sons, 5 daughters (including Alexandra, Empress of Russia) Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh

later Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha 6 August

1844 31 July

1900 Married 1874, Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia (1853–1920);

2 sons (1 still-born), 4 daughters (including Marie, Queen of Romania) Princess Helena 25 May

1846 9 June

1923 Married 1866, Christian of Sonderburg-Augustenburg (1831–1917);

4 sons (1 still-born), 2 daughters Princess Louise

later Duchess of Argyll 18 March

1848 3 December

1939 Married 1871, John Douglas Sutherland Campbell (1845–1914), Marquess of Lorne, later 9th Duke of Argyll; no issue Prince Arthur

later Duke of Connaught and Strathearn 1 May

1850 16 January

1942 Married 1879, Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia (1860–1917);

1 son, 2 daughters Prince Leopold

later Duke of Albany 7 April

1853 28 March

1884 Married 1882, Princess Helena of Waldeck and Pyrmont (1861–1922);

1 son, 1 daughter Princess Beatrice 14 April

1857 26 October

1944 Married 1885, Prince Henry of Battenberg (1858–1896);

3 sons, 1 daughter (including Victoria Eugenie, Queen of Spain

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one more reason to go independent.

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