Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Dunfermline by-election campaign turns nasty, Labour anger as Nationalist candidate refuses to apologise for ‘SNP women beating’, Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon & SNP want to talk 'local', “Bitch, you can stop right there.”

Dear All

The Dunfermline by-election is probably the first by-election that is going to be fought in Scotland over sustained SNP wife beating.

Nationalist ‘hero’ Bill Walker, a close personal friend of Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been jailed for 12 months by Sheriff Katherine MacKie.

So far, Nicola Sturgeon hasn’t visited her pal in prison, two buddies separate by a rather large and high prison wall.

As to the Dunfermline by-election, the SNP wife beating by-election, both the SNP and Labour have launched angry attacks on each other as expected.

The Dunfermline by-election campaign has turned nasty.

In one corner, Labour standing up for women and the other corner, the SNP trying to protect Nicola Sturgeon and her husband Peter Murrell.

The “mud-slinging” will be in full flow, ‘SNP supporting wife beaters’ are in town to show they ‘care’ about women.

The SNP don’t want to talk about Nicola’s pal, Bill Walker, they want to focus on issues that “matter” to people in the town.

Wife beating doesn’t matter in Dunfermline?

Say whit!!!!

Nationalists have started their feeble campaign by attacked the Labour run Fife council over local school closures.

Quite so ma’am but what did Nicola Sturgeon know about SNP MSP Bill Walker smashing women’s faces in?

When did Nicola Sturgeon know?

What did Nicola Sturgeon do?

Who did the SNP investigation?

Was it Nicola Sturgeon’s husband Peter Murrell?

What qualifications did the SNP investigator have to run an investigation?

Labour has rightly stepped up calls for the SNP to apologise over the Bill Walker scandal which brought about this by-election.

But so far, the SNP hasn’t paid the ‘blood price’ no one has been sacked, it is busy as usual screwing over the working class.

Bill Walker isn’t the only SNP scandal in the party, Alex Salmond runs the SNP as a one man band, and the ‘tune’ of the band is ‘fuck the poor’.

Bill Walker took the seat for the SNP in 2011 due to the landslide with a majority of just 630, the tide has now turned for the Nationalist.

Labour’s candidate Cara Hilton is favourite to win the by-election which is held on October 24.

Standing for the SNP is Shirley-Anne Somerville, she wants to desert Yes Scotland as many have done in the past, the Scottish independence campaign is dead, no one is sticking around to help Nicola Sturgeon out unless they are getting a ‘pay day’.

Somerville said:

“The need for an SNP vote in the Dunfermline by-election is highlighted by Labour run Fife council’s planned school closures - which I am campaigning with local parents against. Local schools are not the only key provision which require an SNP vote to protect. The Council Tax freeze, free personal care for older citizens, no tuition fees for young Scots, free bus travel for the over-60s, and no bridge tolls across the Forth are only guaranteed a secure future by voting SNP in the by-election.”

No one gives a shite about the local issues; there is one issue, one issue only, SNP wife beating, punishment of Alex Salmond, Nicola Sturgeon and her odious husband Peter Murrell.

Ms Hilton for Labour said:

“It’s now a week since Shirley-Anne Somerville was selected to be the SNP’s candidate for the Dunfermline by-election. In these seven days, she has singularly failed to apologise to the people of Dunfermline for allowing the SNP to ignore the warnings about Bill Walker and selecting him for this constituency. The apology is all the more important because the warnings go back as far as 2008 and Walker was defended by senior SNP members in Fife when the allegations were published in a Scottish newspaper last year. Dunfermline deserves better than this.”

Strong words from the future Labour MSP, the public want to see an MSP speaking out, and this by-election is a great opportunity.

Tory candidate James Reekie said the behaviour of the two main parties is leaving voters “exasperated” with politics.

James has a point, however, this is a fight, and he isn’t getting into the ring on this occasion, he has no chance, but its good experience nonetheless. His vote went backwards in 2011 when he last stood.
He said:

“When the gloves are off in the heat of a by-election, they just can’t seem to help themselves. That’s not what people want to see - they want a mature debate on issues of daily importance to them.”

When will Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon arrive in Dunfermline to express how SNP wife beating makes her sick to her stomach with her nasty, vile and poisonous Glasgow Southside clique?

How knows, one thing they will have is a big smile and an oily grin as they try to hoodwink the voters.

As to the SNP candidate, Shirley-Anne Somerville, she looks like she will be going back to Yes Scotland, what price loyalty, something that Ms. Sturgeon appears not to engender in her supporters.

I wonder if Ms. Hilton will use a quote from the movie Kill Bill when Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tries to avoid SNP wife beating questions on the campaign trail:

“Bitch, you can stop right there.”

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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