As the ultra-popular movie became hip we saw it's adoption into popular culture. Colin Henry , the Scottish national soccer football captain, was given the nickname by the Tartan Army due to his tough, no nonsense approach. On 22nd June 2010, he was officially bankrupted at Blackpool court; apparently a fondness for gambling his downfall. The tabloids are still feasting on the story.
Another was media popular Glaswegian "business tycoon", Barry Hughes, who boxed under the moniker Braveheart before becoming a sportsman's agent, again using the same title as he subsequently did with his thriving "security" business and other interests. Last week he returned from Spain to find that the police had raided his mansion house, confiscating his and his families personal belongings and leaving simply bare living essentials. It seems that Hughes has told a couple of porkies in the past, inflating his income in order to obtain mortgage facilities and thus the authorities are claiming that basically all he owns was gained through the proceeds of crime. To add insult to injury they even took his customised Range Rover as he ate dinner on Saturday past at a top Glasgow restaurant.
Then there is Mel. This month of Jew-lie has not been the best for him it seems, with multiple allegations of racism, wife beating and suchlike. Probably best to leave it at that for now, you hopefully follow the gist - it's not been a great time for the Bravehearts.
We can crack the esoteric code served up here by means of a Scottish delicacy again nicknamed after the movie: the Braveheart sausage. A slice of square sausage with the centre extracted and replaced with haggis. This resonates the forthcoming, truly awful New World Order: a new Zion, a global village where we are all equal slaves, orchestrated and architected over the centuries through the vehicle of Scots rooted freemasonry.
Mystery of Bannockburn - Templars, Orion etc.