Scottish republican protester & author profile in a human rights documentary. Download 'The Right to Freedom of Assembly'

'The Right to Freedom of Assembly' is a 10 minute film by David Graham Scott, starring Scottish republican Peter Dow which was recently broadcast on BBC 2 (Scotland only) as part of 'The New Ten Commandments' human rights documentary.

'The Right to Freedom of Assembly' can now be downloaded from Peter Dow's website.

 BBC2 Scotland broadcasted "The New Ten Commandments" a Scottish-produced human-rights documentary on Sunday 7th December 2008, at 10.50pm.

The 100 minute programme consisted of 10 10-minute film-chapters and because I starred in the one of those 10-minute film-chapters "The Right of Freedom of Assembly" by David Graham Scott, I have uploaded a version of this broadcast onto my website and made it available for download if anyone wants to see it.

The download link and information about how long it takes to download and so on are available on my Scottish Republican News page
http://scot.tk/scottishrepublicannews.htm

This is part of my website - Peter Dow's Scottish National Standard Bearer website.

Now I do like to answer questions and enter debates so I have set up my own forum which is the best forum to be sure to get an answer from me.

The For Freedom Forums, for robust political debate. Inspired by Scots, open to all.

My forums are quiet just now but if you want to register you would be most welcome to post robustly there and liven things up.

Perhaps for a limited time only, this chapter in which I star can be seen on YouTube too, entitled 'Scottish republican socialist Peter Dow, author and protester'.

Scottish republican socialist Peter Dow, author and protester (YouTube)

Comments

Re: Scottish republican protester & author profile in a human ri

By Peter Dow

Anonymous wrote:

He looks like a tartan version of Hitler.

Well Hitler was a friend and ally of King Edward VIII, later called "the Duke of Windsor" and his family, the UK royal family.

So to "look like a tartan version of Hitler" someone would need to look like they were friends or allies to the Duke of Windsor and his family and to wear tartan. So I suppose Prince Charles in a kilt yes does look like a tartan version of Hitler.

On the other hand, I don't wear tartan and my red arm band is a republican socialist arm band. For more on my standard bearer outfit see this page on my website.

Also I am an active anti-fascist and anti-Nazi - for example I was involved with the campaign to stop the far right marching in Aberdeen.

Re: Scottish republican protester & author profile in a human ri

By Anonymous

He looks like a tartan version of Hitler.