Sunday, 21 December 2008


Courtesy of the Times on line and An Englishman's Castle comes a story that is almost unbelievable, even in the present day when the elite tell us, the people, how we should act, speak and think.

It would appear that this old party-favourite has now fallen into dis-favour as it  'was composed by Puritans during the 18th century to mock the language and actions used by priests at Latin Mass and could be hijacked by bigots.'

What next - maybe we should ban Ba Ba Black Sheep (if we haven't already!) and Wee Willy Winky?

This is either an example of Scottish satire or I have to ask - when will these idiots grow up!

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