The Animated History of Scotland

The animated history for the little nation in northern Europe we all know and love. Scotland! From Bronze age Picts, to the modern nation within the United Kingdom, Scotland has a rich, independent personality and a vibrant, ancient culture.

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+3 1. Scotsman50 commented 6 years ago

Nice little video Thunder :) The independence thing is a joke lol. I voted to leave and form our own nation last time however IF there was another vote i would vote to stay as better to be with the devil you know than to stay as part of the EU. Quick question for anyone that want's to vote yes IF there is another vote. How the hell can we be independent if we are still being run by un-elected nomarks in the EU who will make our laws and we have to abide by everything they say ???? Where is the Independence in that ?
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+4 3. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

You know how occasionally you don't take to someone? Well, and I'm not proud of this but I can't abide Nicola Sturgeon the first minister of Scotland. I have many friends who are Scottish so it's not a England Scotland thing, She is just so far up her own backside and irritates the outer layer of my own for the record I also can't stand Michael Macintyre I wonder if there is a connection apart from the fact that they probably both have small willies and don't make me laugh :S
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+1 4. Natan_el_Tigre commented 6 years ago

If you liked that, you might like this too: :P
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-2 5. fjwjr commented 6 years ago

I couldn't understand a thing. It might have helped if it was done in English..............
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+2 6. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

#5 Oooooohhhhh.....that comment will elicit some responses....the definition of English! :squirrel:
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+1 7. Burimi commented 6 years ago

#5 do you want English (United Kingdom) or English (United States)?

Why Rob Roy isn't mentioned in this video?

Why Loch Ness isn't mentioned in this video?
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+3 8. Scotsman50 commented 6 years ago

#5 In Scotland we are not English, we do not speak English , we speak and are Scottish. I have many English friends and proudly served in the Royal Navy for many years BUT I am Scottish.<<< Full Stop ,As a little side note Nicola Sturgeon is a Fanny. Hey i even agreed with JJ and gave him a thumbs up 8-)
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+1 9. fjwjr commented 6 years ago

Mission accomplished! :squirrel:
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-2 10. nomolas commented 6 years ago

#8 :'( Well done for what you have done. But hey... you speak and write ENGLISH you idiot. Ahahaha.
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0 11. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

#10 Easy on your expressions!..Just because someone has an opinion different from yours, does not make him an idiot!!! :x
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+1 12. Doug52 commented 6 years ago

Interesting little video, although the reporting of historical events is somewhat vague!

As the 22nd Great-Grandson of Robert de Brus (King Robert 1st of Scotland), I agree with the first part of Scotsman50's comment at, #8.
However, perhaps some of the comments relating to political opinions and language use are rather unwelcome and non-constructive.
I think that the self-opinionated comments made by Scotsman50 regarding today's political leaders, should be addressed by someone who has a sufficiently open mind and not by an individual who has already shown willingness to take the "Kings Shilling"!

On a more positive and constructive note, I would like to give fjwjr, at #5 the opportunity to learn a little more about the Scottish/English languages, so here's a link to a video that's seriously worth posting ...............