In a display of international solidarity, representatives of the Russian Maoist Party have delivered a letter of protest to the British Embassy in Moscow. The RMP’s letter of 11th September 2001 was in protest against the proposed presence of the English “Prince” William at St Andrews University in Scotland.
The letter pointed out that the proposal to have the “Prince” educated in Scotland was merely a cynical political ploy to make the English “royal” family, the symbolic heads of the British State, more popular in Scotland.
The RMP was later assured by an Embassy spokesperson that their letter had been brought to the personal attention of the British Ambassador.
This was ana excellent example of international solidarity, and we congratulate the RMP on their initiative.
The political ploy of bringing the “Prince” to Scotland will backfire on the British State, as the SSG has never failed to point out.
The creation of a Scottish Republic, the crucial first step towards the national and social emancipation of the Scottish people, is inevitable, and will not be delayed by the presence of this individual in Scotland.
Scottish Separatist Group
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