Al Fayed whooaaa,Not true anymore apparently...at least not the "Al Fayed wants to be a Brit" part:
Al Fayed Whooaaa,
he wants to be a Brit,
And QPR are sh*t,
Al Fayed whoooaa
The Egyptian tycoon, 80, who owns an estate in the Scottish Highlands, said he was urging his "fellow Scots" to detach themselves from "the English and their terrible politicians".Nothing to do with the fact that those "English" politicians (ie the United Kingdom parliament and government) have repeatedly refused him a British passport?
Fayed, who has been repeatedly refused a British passport, said he hoped to be offered Scottish citizenship if a planned referendum on Scottish independence leads to Scotland leaving the United Kingdom -- and then becoming a republic....no, obviously not. But it won't be all one way favours, Al Fayed, in return for that citizenship, is prepared to offer his services to the Scottish nation:
"Whatever help is needed for Scotland to regain its independence, I will provide it. When you Scots regain your freedom I'm ready to be your president."The ultimate sacifice but not one without conditions:
"I will do anything for Scotland but I don't want this Alex Salmond," he said.You could try offering to build him a golf-course I suppose, but even then I suspect Scotland is too small a land for two prematurely self-appointed Presidents.
"I asked to meet him but he refused. I wanted to give him some help and advice, but he didn't want to know.
"I believe in Scotland but he still won't see me."