As previously reported it was the intention of the Union Bears chaps to have an unauthorised march on Sunday.
The route would be from a Quintessentially British hostelry to the stadium that John Brown played for.
This is the flier they produced to publicise the event.
The SMSM then reported that Police Scotland had visited members of the UB to, presumably, tell them that unauthorised marches were naughty, illegal even…
That notwithstanding the Churchillian procession did take place with the Queens’ Polis looking on impassively.
I think it is apposite to invoke the British Wartime leader when describing these Ibrox Fascists.
In a speech praising Mussolini given in Rome on 20 January 1927, Churchill said:
“If I had been an Italian I am sure that I should have been whole-heartedly with you from the start”.
Anyone who does not think that Fascism is part of the DNA of the Ibrox match day experience has not been paying attention for a very long time.
However, do not expect anything historically literate or redolent of a vertebrate from the local media.
Sadly,this type of klansplaining is much more likely.
Meanwhile, the world looks on and sees the apparent official toleration of Fascism in modern Scotland.