Friday, April 29, 2016

Scrapping the bottom of the barrel: Unpopular Nicola Sturgeon says Holyrood should have right to call referendum within weeks if country ‘dragged’ out of EU, in the dying days of the Holyrood vote, the SNP resort to a sordid con trick on the gullible to whip up support as polls show SNP is dropping

Dear All

It seems that the hypocrite which is Nicola Sturgeon has said she could call a second independence referendum within the next two months if the UK leaves the European Union.

Oh how me sides are splitting!

Firstly, the referendum to leave the EU is a reserved matter.

Secondly, the chance of the SNP getting what is called a Section 30 order by Westminster is absolutely non-existent.

Thirdly, everyone at Westminster hates the SNP.

Fourth, the people who voted No, less than two years down the line haven’t changed their minds.

Sturgeon is a hypocrite, she doesn’t want independence, it isn’t in her manifesto, and on top of that Scotland if it was independent would be out of the EU anyway.

To join the EU, Scotland would need to meet the criteria of pre-entry, own currency, own central bank, and the books balanced over several years, and we aren't even at the issue of ‘veto’.

The veto is a mechanism which allows any EU member state to simply say no to Scotland having membership, and there isn’t a damn thing Sturgeon or her crew can do to avoid that roadblock.

Don’t you just love Article 49 of the EU Charter?

So, what is Nicola Sturgeon doing?

Sturgeon is trying to ‘scare up’ votes for the Holyrood election, nothing more, it’s a tactic, it’s a gimmick, it’s a rip roaring con trick on the Scottish people who the SNP think are gullible enough to swallow it.

Some are though because they don’t look at the small print or just casually accept any old nonsense.

Scotland wouldn’t be dragged out of the EU against its will, because the individual nations are not casting a vote, people are casting a vote. The use of language shows that Sturgeon thinks people are mugs. Look at what she is actually saying.

‘Holyrood should have the right to "propose" a second vote on independence the following day’.

The key word here to look at is not "propose" but the word ‘should’, this means no legal standing, just SNP grievance monkey stuff.

This nonsense is an old chestnut, without a Section 30 order, no legal vote can take place, on top of that there would be no official campaigns because this would also not be sanctioned by the Electoral Commission.

No Better Together Campaign would be run.

What the SNP want is the ability to call a referendum when they wish based on polling and if they think they can win it.

That will not be happening, neverendum creates an unstable environment, it also creates hatred, a feature developed by the Nationalists and their allies through the last Scottish referendum.

So, let’s see what the shop soiled great white hope from Dreghorn is actually saying, and try and get a handle on things.

Sturgeon was asked what her judgement would be on June 24, the day after the EU vote, if Scotland chose to remain in Europe while the UK opted to leave’.

She replied:

"I think in those circumstances the Scottish Parliament should have the right to propose a second referendum.  Whether or not I would be of the view that the Scottish Parliament should exercise that right would depend on a number of things [such as] the margin of the vote in Scotland versus the rest of the UK.  But I think in those circumstances such would be the democratic outrage of Scotland being taken out of the European Union against our will, that I think we would pretty quickly see an overwhelming demand for a second referendum."

Firstly, exercise the ‘right’, how can you exercise a right when the right doesn’t exist?

Plainly speaking, you can’t, this is made up mumbo jumbo.

Democratic outrage?

A few Nationalist bams going for a wee walk with or without flags doesn’t equal democratic outrage, the SNP lie is that Scotland is voting as a single vote, it isn’t, this is the SNP lying to Scottish people, its a deep contempt.

I am campaigning for Vote Leave, the reason is simple; the national and economic security of Scotland is at risk alongside the rest of the UK. There are many issues, but ask yourself this, why is Nicola Sturgeon willing to sign up to the EU when the EU is un-democratic?

I have posted this link before but I am going to so again but it is important that people understand how the European Union works, and how little say that Scotland and the rest of the UK has in terms of influence.

How many of these bodies are directly accountable to the people?

In the lunacy of the SNP, they think they can trick Scots into believe that an independent Scotland can simply slide across with going through membership and avoid the veto of member states using Article 48.

It is rubbish.

There is no legal way round the veto of members.

The SNP manifesto has already earmarked potential triggers for another vote on Scottish independence, they keep using words like inevitable, two things are however inevitable, death and taxes.

SNP manifesto is mumbo jumbo, once people realize the SNP are ‘dafties’ their day in the Sun will come and go, much the their failure on 18th September 2014, you see…. A bam is a bam for all that and all that!

Nicola Sturgeon is a shallow hollow inept vacuous  individual clinging to kids to make out she is a caring individual, the mask, the reality is that she is a horrible creature full of bile, lies and deceit.

The women of Govan had plenty to say in 2013 about her at the Govan by-election, fast forward to 2016, they still do and the hate is there with a passion.

Sturgeon wants to run an independent country, she can’t run her Govanhill ghetto, and baulked at attending hustings in the area.

The SNP want to scrap the pound, setup a temp currency, dump that, join the Euro and have access to the European Central Bank.

If Nicola Sturgeon does pull the ‘trigger’ on a second independence referendum, and tries to go ahead with an illegal vote then she could wake up one morning finding Holyrood shutdown.

But that won’t happen, Sturgeon has been ‘bought’, it is just a matter of time before the muppets in the SNP twig to it, once they get past the bile of Sturgeon.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

Thursday, April 28, 2016

First he did ‘Hope over Fear’, now Tommy Sheridan enters the ‘Hope over Reality’ phase of Holyrood comeback: he boldly says ‘I've a reasonable chance of returning to Holyrood’, if Sheridan makes it into Holyrood, the ‘good and the great’ will immediately snub him, on the bright side, he will stink the place up, a silver lining, you just have to look for it

Dear All

Do you remember Nicola Sturgeon’s wife beating pal MSP Bill Walker?

Battling Bill was a great cheerleader for the SNP, you know the type, squealing with joy and banging the table as Alex Salmond or one of the other sycophants made a bland point in the Holyrood chamber.

In secret, Bill had a habit of smashing in women’s face, not your typical superhero stuff, after all how many superheroes own an air rifle?

Prior to ending up in the clink, which is terribly popular with politicians, Bill was cast into the wilderness by Holyrood politicians of all Parties; suddenly he wasn’t ‘good enough’ to sit beside them.

Bill was lowering the artificial tone of the place, the image that only the great and good was exposed as a sham.

In due course there was a trial and a verdict to the 24 charges laced against him by the Crown Office, and he was found guilty.

The Sheriff called Kathrine Mackie said:

"Having regard to the gravity of these offences as a result of the cumulative effect of them, your extreme denial and complete absence of any remorse, and the assessment of risk, I have come to the conclusion that a custodial sentence is the only appropriate disposal. In my opinion, the repeated abuse and violent behaviour towards your three former wives and stepdaughter over a period of 28 years outweighs other factors."

High profile case like this with a guilty verdict generally ends with a spell in the clink.

Tommy Sheridan is on the comeback trail, like Bill Walker, Sheridan has been in prison, and the last time was the ‘biggie’.

After being released for perjury over lying in his News of the World civil case, the Judge said the Police should investigate after Sheridan won that and the world turned and Sheridan found himself facing a criminal charge.

My view right from the start was that Sheridan needed a trial lawyer, and that he hadn’t a hope in hell of getting away with it, too many witnesses, and a videotape.

I mean come on!

After his spell in the clink, the campaign trail beckon, and Sheridan is standing on the ballot for Holyrood, he isn’t standing in a constituency; he has no chance there, not even in the Pollok heartland of his youth.

So, he is attempting to piggyback his way into Holyrood using the list system and flapping about a second Scottish independence referendum.

As a tactic, it is a reason way to try and get Nationalist votes which for the most part would be totally wasted on the list in Glasgow.

Having Tommy Sheridan in Holyrood would be a laugh, however I need to clarify before a social justice warrior gets their knickers in a twist, what Holyrood needs is someone to lower the tone of the place.

To have Sheridan who was outed as a mad shagger and prison sentences up the ying yang would destroy the myth the great and good rule over us.

Of course Sheridan won’t be accepted by the ‘club’ at Holyrood but given these people are so shallow, who needs the approval of Nicola Sturgeon, Kezia Dugdale or Patrick Harvie?

Sheridan thinks Solidarity party has a "reasonable chance" of winning seats in the Holyrood election next week.

Personally, I have seen his mob out campaigning in Paisley Road West at Lidi, actually it isn’t far from his expensive home on the same road, so not much of a hardship, that said his little mob are ‘clued up’ campaigning.

At least at the street stall level.

It is said that Sheridan has not won an election in 13 years, in politics you have to play the long game, but Sheridan burnt his bridges when he destroyed the Left in Scotland, after his spat with the law and the SSP, he lost a lot of support from the voters.

Ego done for him!

If you mess up in politics, the public are generally forgiving, politician does a bit of extra shagging on the side gets caught, wife forgives and says she will stand by him, the public sitting watching this ‘soap’ want to hear the magic word.

Sorry is the magic word, however Tommy Sheridan didn’t say it, he went the opposite route.

Decided to go the route of an appeal, his right, but a loser in my opinion, he came up with a notion that because of the conduct of others that his crime could therefore be excused. In 2015 the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission declined to refer the case to the High Court.

I spoke to a Sheriff that I know in passing; the opinion was that Sheridan hadn’t a hope in hell.

Maybe at Holyrood if Sheridan gets in, he can campaign for evidence to be made illegal in criminal trials in favour of ‘stories’ plausible or not.

Solidarity's flagship pledge, if it wins a seat, is to bring forward an "Indyref 2" Bill that would facilitate a referendum in 2018.

Just to bring anyone up to speed, the Westminster Government will not issue a section 30 order for another referendum in 2018.

Laughable that Sheridan predicts victory in the vote, with 60 to 65 per cent of Scots backing Yes, Salmond had the same deluded thinking in the 2014; it seems that lying your way to achieve victory doesn’t sit well with Scots.

The SNP tried to use Bannockburn in 2014; Sheridan wants to use the 700th anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath.

Here is a question, why does Sheridan think a date in history 700 years ago will do it when the SNP ran aground with their 1314 nonsense?


Sheridan’s crowd have absolutely no chance in a constituency seat, like RISE or the Scottish Greens, so they need the list to get into Holyrood.

Finally, Sheridan is a good speaker but his place in the Sun has set but if he could get into Holyrood, he would really upset the apple cart. I don’t know about you but I would be laughing my head off if Tommy Sheridan got in, the stink that it would cause as he demands a second indyref and Nicola Sturgeon denying it would be a hoot.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Wakey wakey; Labour candidate Mary Lockhart claims the Scottish Labour Party is ignoring 30% of the membership who voted Yes in September 2014, are these the same people who week in and week out don’t do activism in branches, Labour lost its heartlands because some people elected to public office couldn’t give a toss about representing the poor

Dear All

Do you know why a lot of poor people backed the Yes campaign?

The clue is in the sentence, the word is ‘poor’.

For decades, working class people have seen that their situation has gotten worse, their chances denied, opportunities more or less non-existent, no hope, no prospects, stuck in limbo with a corrupt politician system with nepotism and cronyism a hallmark.

People were angry prior to the 2014 independence vote which is why a large number of Scots wanted to simply leave the UK egged on by false promises of nirvana, and a land of milk and honey.

Today on the bus on the way to the library, two women on the bus were talking about how the Scottish independence referendum was rigged. It was the old stories regarding people counting the ballots some of which were flung onto youtube as proof we were robbed.

If you look at this video, particularly in the section regarding the young man, you will see he isn’t filling in X’s, he is actually writing, also note the size of the table, this isn’t a table were votes were counted.

But concoct a conspiracy and you will get the gullible to sign up to it.

In this election, the Scottish Labour Party is expected to do badly, a re-run it seems of Westminster 2015. This election has one thing which is noticeable there is no excitement about it.

This election is for the most part …… dull.

All the clichés are there, fairness, equality and social justice along with the other mumbo jumbo.

Some people in the Scottish Labour Party supported a Yes vote, some people like Russell Robertson, a Labour Councillor have jumped ship to the SNP; some other former councilors have joined the SNP as well.

Labour’s fortunes are looking pretty bad at the present moment, now we have a Scottish Labour candidate has said the party has to do “a lot of soul-searching” over whether to support independence.

If she thinks this will somehow get her votes, she is deluded, totally deluded.

The financial impact of Scotland leaving the UK would be a disaster, but for some people, they don’t care what damage they do to get rid of Westminster.

The laughable thing is that they aren’t campaigning for independence; they still want to be ruled by the EU,

Brussels calling the shots.

Scottish independence under Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP is no independence at all, Sturgeon is a hypocrite and her party or cult is a bunch of sycophants.

55% of Scots who voted in 2014 did so because they don’t believe or trust the SNP with their future or their children’s future.

Mary Lockhart, Labour candidate for Mid Scotland and Fife says that Labour had yet to recognise that 30 per cent of its membership had voted Yes in the independence referendum.

I say that the 30% were willing to take a leap into the dark because of they had nothing to lose, or thought they had nothing to lose.

But they didn’t think that through properly, Scotland would have financially collapsed, the oil price post indy is in the toilet.

Cuts, cuts, cuts would mean death, death, death!

Yes, death, the natural leveler, the health service under pressure now would be in serious trouble, maybe the dim could work out a suitable window of opportunity to campaign for indy where everything in the family health garden is rosy.

Post indy, if you are older, your chances of survival would be seriously dented as queues gets longer, and longer and longer.

Lockhart was speaking at Women for Independence event where she claimed that 50 per cent of Labour’s traditional voters voted Yes and was strongest in the party’s traditional heartlands.

This might also be the heartlands where some elected people in the Scottish Labour Party didn’t give a flying fuck about serving the people who put them into office, this is a more better explanation of Labour’s ‘problem’.

In the past Labour MPs could count on a sizeable vote so if they didn’t want to help someone they could just ‘fuck them right out the door’, one vote in the old days of Labour being dominant didn’t matter to them.

Does independence solved poverty, according to Nicola Sturgeon and co, indy solves everything, but that’s not true.

If you are poor now in the Union, you will be poor in an independent Scotland, the SNP aren’t going to make a better Scotland; they are ‘users of people’ much in the same way as an addict to get what they need.

Lockhart also said:

“The Labour Party is going to have a lot of soul searching to do. Kezia Dugdale has already indicated she is comfortable for Labour members to campaign for a Yes vote in a referendum.”

I am campaigning for Brexit in the EU referendum, which the Scottish Labour Party will follow the lead of the Labour Party down south to stay in, if Kezia Dugdale wasn’t comfortable about me doing that, I really couldn’t care less.

Lockhart says she spoke deputy leader Alex Rowley about the constitution.

How nice, buddies chatting away!

She said:

“I spoke with Alex Rowley about this last night and he said that he supported home rule. I asked for a clearer definition of home rule... Alex Rowley’s working of it out was a federal system of all the countries of Britain which might actually in the end include Ireland.”

Federalism is the last stage before independence, the arguments would then centre on immigration, how Westminster is punishing Scotland by not allowing it to grow, the signs are already there, remember the foreign student visa row?

And for the ignorant, remember; the more people in Scotland; less opportunities to get an education, a job, a house and a long term viable future, but the SNP don’t care about the working class.

Lockhart makes a point when she says that Labour has to do a lot of soul searching, because the end destination is to get those elected to represent people to do their job they are paid for.

It is time that the Scottish Labour Party started to campaign for the most discriminated group in Scotland, the working class, 2015 was a wake up from the voters, but it may require the people to give the Scottish Labour Party several more.

Conservative deputy leader Jackson Carlaw said:

“Kezia Dugdale refused to say at the weekend whether or not Labour candidates were allowed to back independence. Now we know why - while Scottish Labour claims to be the party of the union, its candidates are telling public meetings they support breaking it up. Mary Lockhart’s support for independence is well known and she has an honest position.
But if Ms Dugdale is whole-hearted about her support for the Union, why are her candidates who oppose the Union allowed to stand? Ms Dugdale now needs to make it clear whether she is happy for candidates like Ms Lockhart to campaign for independence or not.
The bigger question is how Labour can hold the SNP to account on independence when its own candidates support it? This weakness will only allow the SNP to push ahead with their plans for a second referendum, and stop us getting the better government we all want.”

Anyone who thinks that declaring that they support Scottish indy now, is looking like they are on a hiding to nothing.

I don’t see many or any indy lite Scottish Labour Candidates getting elected to Holyrood unless they get a high place on the list system.

Finally, if the Scottish Labour Party had taken care of the Scottish poor then they wouldn’t be the state that they are currently in.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

This is what you get when you vote SNP Cult, Gafftastic - Dr Aileen McLeod is the Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform

East Kilbride SNP supporter Duncan McLean decides to threaten George Laird , he says, “we determine to exterminate you all”, bumbling country yokel lays bare the fraud of inclusive SNP Nationalism once and for all, adding “Your days are numbered Mr Laird”, Holyrood 2016 turns sinister as Nationalist promises revenge on political opponents

Dear Mr. McLean

“I do so approbate that you luxuriated in your loony unionist convention, hope you and your nut job acquaintances found some crumbs of comfort and shoulders to cry upon, as we determine to exterminate you all. The SNP will reign supreme today, tomorrow and always”.


Are you a Dalek or are you pissed while writing this total and nonsensical rubbish?

“Note how little was done to celebrate the birthday of your precious queen”.

My precious queen, so far as I know, I have never had an invite to tea, but I look at this situation as the SNP leadership showing off how small minded and petty they are, they are led by Nicola Sturgeon after all.

“How we laughed as Paddy Grady set our police force upon a sectarian upstart, who dared to fly the butcher’s apron from her balcony”.

Thee Paddy Grady?

Never heard of him, is he a big deal out your way?

Backward is the best description of the current SNP isn’t it?

“Your days are numbered Mr Laird”.

I heard that off bigger pricks than you in the past; guess what, still here, and giving people like you the middle finger.

“Alba belongs to us now. We grow stronger by the hour. Our total control spreads ever further in every section and institution of Scottish society”.

If you want to do verbal and literary masturbation would you not be better to find a bus stop, that way you can have a captured audience while you rub one off.

“When the sun rises at the dawn of our brave new independent Scotland, there will be no place in it for the likes of you”.

Didn’t the Nazis say the exact same thing to the Jews?

”As I have said before, do not underestimate me, the higher echelons of the SNP have long memories and we do not forget those that have dared to cross us”.

I haven’t underestimated you; you are an idiot from East Kilbride.

As to making out that you are in the higher echelons of the SNP, I am very much singularly un-impressed by that statement.

You think because the SNP run a shitty wee office in Edinburgh that somehow you clowns are as important as a multi-national?  

In the past you said you ‘know’ Alex Salmond doesn’t impress me, let’s be blunt, who are you anyway?

Basking in reflected glory is it with you?

As to the SNP having long memories, funnily enough so do I and I don’t forgive either.

“Èisd ri gaoth nam beann gus an traogh na h-uisgeachan”

Which means “Keep a low profile until trouble passes”.

I don’t speak Gaelic; it is a load of shite.

Also I don’t have a low profile; I am one of those people who destiny has called upon to say F you!

Try and remember that McLean, this is important.

Are you out campaigning scratching for votes in the provinces, talking rubbish and putting on a fake smile, and telling people how wonderful that the SNP is by doing nothing of note?

Finally, a halfwit like you on a doorstep is a sure comedy hit alongside Linda Fabiani, sadly I don’t live in the area so I am denied a comic turn, and the opportunity not to vote for your bunch of blowhards.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

Monday, April 25, 2016

The Great Escape continues: Glasgow SNP councillor Billy McAllister quits "Stalinist" SNP as he says the Nationalists have become power mad and “intolerant” of free speech, it seems that no one with any sense wants to stick around on Nicola Sturgeon’s ‘rat ship’

Dear All

It seems that all is not happy among Glasgow SNP Councillors, the former Deputy leader of the Council group, Billy McAllister has resigned from the party after being a member for over 20 years.

No stranger to a ‘rammy’, it seems that this time round, Billy McAllister has said that he was gagged over concerns he raised about the governance of a local food bank.

Food banks are a popular gimmick in the SNP to try the gullible that the Nationalists care for working class people; this was used extensively during the Westminster 2015 campaign.

It isn’t being used in 2016.


Have a guess, okay, lets press on, the SNP are riding high in the polls so they don’t need the gimmick, people still need foodbanks though but the SNP are running with the slogan, ‘I’m with Nicola’.

And because they are saying that they don’t want to draw attention to the fact that the poor are still suffering after having a massive landslide last year.

Apparently, McAllister has said that the SNP is becoming like Scottish Labour and said he is “very sad” to resign.

Of course there is the issue that he has been given a "final written warning" over his "behaviour toward colleagues".

This begs the question, are the colleagues anyone that the Nicola Sturgeon’s husband Peter Murrell been as SNP Chief Executive been told about in the past?

McAllister was elected in 2006 as the councillor for Milton after a by-election and rose to become the party’s deputy leader on the local authority before his fall from grace.

One wonders with the council elections coming up in 2017 will he jump to another party or stand as an independent councillor.

One thing which Billy McAllister has got right is that the party leadership in the city is “intolerant” of free speech.

In the past Nicola Sturgeon said:

“Billy has a great track record in helping the local community as an activist, but he will be able to do so much more as a councillor. I want him as part of the SNP team in the city chambers that stands up for our communities against Labour misrule.”

Nicola apparently prefers SNP misrule instead, if there is an SNP Council in 2017 in Glasgow, the city will be stripped of funds.

No one at the council will be able to do anything as the SNP in Glasgow is firmly under Sturgeon’s wee gang, and they are all sycophants around her.

 The SNP is a rat ship as I have continually said, you may also remember another piece of George Laird wisdom; eventually the rats will turn on themselves.

McAllister said of the Nationalist junta down at the Chambers:

“It’s turning into something that I’m not wanting to be part of. They are just power mad. They are getting carried away and don’t want to live in the real world.”

On the leader of the SNP Group, Susan Aitken, he said:

““She’s been a total nightmare...She has given me no support whatsoever.”

After his public spat with black activist Graham Campbell, the partner of SNP MP Anne McLaughlin, McAllister was removed as Deputy as Campbell played the race card, but it seems that the Fiscal wasn’t buying into Campbell’s version.

Afterwards McAllister wasn’t re-instated as deputy despite the case being dropped, not part of the Sturgeon clique, the position went David McDonald out of the Pollok branch.

So, what will happen in 2017, will Billy McAllister stand in Milton on his record as an independent?

Will he join another party?

Will he join the Lib Dems?

Stay tuned.

Finally, check out my wee video of the McAllister saga, I quite like it.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

Friday, April 22, 2016

Poor feeble spin: SNP Candidate whines like a bitch because three political candidates attend a Scotland in Union hustings, communal crying session on the National after sulky James Dornan then says the SNP are getting a warm reception on the doorsteps, anyone had a terrific blowjob, genuine question, no reason not to answer… go on!

Dear All

On Wednesday night, I floated into the Scotland in Union hustings in Glasgow, the event was held in Glasgow Caledonian University.

The event was open to anyone who wished to go; all you had to do to be a member of the audience was just to register.

So, what is a hustings?

A hustings is a political platform that candidates standing in an election make the case why you should vote for them or their party.

As events go, the hustings was pretty standard fare, no one really won, no one died and I managed to catch up to speak to some people I know regarding the election campaign.

I would like to make the point; the event was open to anyone.

Three candidates turned up to speak, Anas Sarwar of the Labour Party, Adam Tomkins, Scottish Conservatives, and Robert Brown, of the three only Adam Tomkins hasn’t been elected to political office.

The SNP and the Scottish Greens were repeatedly contacted to field candidates by Scotland in Union for the event, but neither responded or turned up.

To say that the Scotland in Union hustings was a Better Together alliance was and is absolutely wrong.

James Dornan, the SNP’s candidate for Glasgow Cathcart, said:

“Far from being apologetic about Labour campaigning shoulder-to-shoulder with the Tories, it seems Anas Sarwar is perfectly comfortable with it. Their involvement with the Tories in Better Together was a horror show for Labour – but they have clearly learned nothing, and the grim spectre of Project Fear has now sprung back to life”.

This begs the question, was the Save Govanhill hustings a Better Together alliance, since Nicola Sturgeon deliberately chose not to attend that event?

Plainly some people are a tad simple in their thinking.

And of course, we should remember that Nicola Sturgeon has climbed into bed with David Cameron, politically, to campaign in Scotland for Britain remaining part of the failed EU experiment.

Nicola Sturgeon is politically in bed with the Tories, maybe someone will do a pic with her peaking over the covers with David Cameron, to add a touch of humour, a symbolic dildo on the bed to represent the political establishment to …… well you get the picture!
Dornan added:

“While the old Better Together alliance get together to reminisce about times gone by, the SNP are out on the doorsteps speaking to voters – and getting a very warm response as the only party willing to stand stronger for Scotland.”

Warm response?

Anyone giving blowjobs?

Last night, I was out on the campaign trail myself, I talked a woman in Drumoyne Road from being a non voter to having second thoughts; voting is important; it is the only to get your voice heard. She did tell in passing that a lot of people were planning not to vote, and that she disliked Nicola Sturgeon.

Sorry Nicola, I guess the ‘love’ of the people will need to be continually staged managed, best keep a few kids stashed on the campaign trail to pull out when you think the con of being loved looks like wearing painfully thin.

That’s everyday isn’t it?

Event host Alastair Cameron said:

“We are a non-party organisation and our plea to our supporters is to get out and vote for who they think is best. This was an excellent debate with three talented and articulate speakers who took time out from their busy schedule to take part and show their passion for keeping Scotland in the UK. As well as the constitution, we are interested in the debates about education and the NHS. We had some excellent discussions about how we would use the powers Holyrood has. We hope this will be a useful guide to our supporters who have yet to decide.”

Rather than whining like a pussy and screaming like a bitch in the night, perhaps James Dornan should have volunteered to step into the lion’s den instead of getting all teary eyed and relating his tale of woe to the Daily SNP talking shop which the National appears to have become.

As I understand, this is Scotland in Union only hustings during the election, it was well run, well organized, a few changes I would make for next time, I would use an external person to host the event, and open up the range of parties to include the minor parties as well.

In the interests of total fairness and transparency this change is needed, which is a sign of a healthy debate, assuming the Scotland in Union which to proceed with more of these events in future!

Finally: Anas Sarwar said:

“The SNP wake up everyday [sic] not just thinking about how to divide the UK. But how to divide Scots.”

Never a truer word said passing, no one won that event.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University