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17 hours ago, 26th of foot said:

DrStu' likes control, he ridicules Jim Traynor's return to national TV. We find out the nine seconds of TV exposure was condensed from a 25 minute interview. DrStu' celebrates Traynor's heavily edited appearance because the presentation complies with BBC Scotland's narrative. The other 24 minutes and 51 seconds of the interview lie on a PQ floor, and that is the cause of triumph and ridicule with someone constantly demanding both clarity and transparency. Control is heady, and it leads DrStu' into increasingly regular auditions to be Master of the Universe.

 

I have argued on another thread that this full interview needs to be aired somehow. The transcripts of the interview must exist outwith the confines of PQ or Traynor is nowhere near as smart as he thinks he is. Get that transcript out to the Rangers public and let us broadcast and perform it in full if need be. If the BBC will only pick out the 9 seconds that plays to their narrative and leaves the rest in limbo, let's get it out there ourselves. Then everyone can see what was asked by the BBC and what was replied over the course of the full 25 minutes. I suspect it won't be comfortable listening for the crowd at PQ.

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20 hours ago, 26th of foot said:

Off the Ball followed Angela's objective views, DrStu' is backing Michael Stewart's call for strict liability. Oh, and whataboutery should be banned because it's unhelpful. He told us the concept of no whataboutery derives from the Slugger O'Toole website. Sections of society must take ownership and responsibility for their failings, whataboutery runs interference on progress. He gave an example of Jim White wearing an orange marching band uniform. I would have thought something that occurred thirty-odd years past could have been trumped by the petrol bombing of a Rangers bar in Benidorm a few days previously? However, that is whataboutery and well, who takes ownership for that, if we are not allowed to run interference on the narrative?

 

Whataboutery is becoming quite a significant and convenient word in that an increasing online arguing world will embrace it gladly.

Tis simply A'Tool for the Sluggers in a debate/argument to discredit/nullify tuther side.

 

It's a word specifically designed for propaganda usage and has little to no validity.

 

A debate or argument is a debate or argument 🔃 not an English monologue trumpeted by an Irishman, alongside a Scottish Nationalist (Monday Sportsound).

 

 

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3 hours ago, Doc said:

I have argued on another thread that this full interview needs to be aired somehow. The transcripts of the interview must exist outwith the confines of PQ or Traynor is nowhere near as smart as he thinks he is. Get that transcript out to the Rangers public and let us broadcast and perform it in full if need be. If the BBC will only pick out the 9 seconds that plays to their narrative and leaves the rest in limbo, let's get it out there ourselves. Then everyone can see what was asked by the BBC and what was replied over the course of the full 25 minutes. I suspect it won't be comfortable listening for the crowd at PQ.

Play it on the big screens and foyers at Ibrox. 

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