ref date:20 Feb 1999 (WBA)
Braveheart snubbed by British film institute
The film that made millions of people worldwide realise that Scotland and
England were not one and the same since the dawn of time has been
snubbed by the British film institute as it EXCLUDED it from the 100
top 'British cultural interest' films of the 20th century.
Peter Mullan, who won the Cannes best
actor award for My Name is Joe, said "It would be
somebody living in a cave that would suggest Braveheart
has had no impact."
Perhaps thats because it was Scottish and certainly NOT British
The Scots have been brainwashed into submission by 300 years of lies and
threats to keep them in line and do as London says, that time is drawing to a
close as fast as the millennium approaches.