Saturday, September 14, 2013

Scottish independence: Alex Salmond says Prime Minister David Cameron must say yes to independence showdown, Nationalists are desperate to get Cameron into a TV studio, I would just ignore Salmond, he is politically dead in the polls, why waste time on an idiot!

Dear All

Do you remember UB40, the pop band; they had a hit single called ‘One in Ten’?

Well Scotland’s ‘jolly fat man’ Alex Salmond has One in Four.

25% of Scots favour Scottish independence.

He can’t convince the other 75%.

Maybe 'One in Ten' is possible if Better Together really push hard, who knows!

In a desperate attempt to try and get headway, Salmond is desperate to get David Cameron into a TV studio to ‘blame England’ for Scotland’s ills.

So far, David Cameron has ignored his request, you don’t do battle with a loser, and Salmond is an independence loser, sliding down the slippery slope to political oblivion.

In trying to talk himself up as a Statesman, Salmond has delivered his most bullish demand yet for a head-to-head independence debate.

Have another pie Alex and sit your ass down.

Someone get a pint for the First Minister.

And a big pillow, fluffy of course, in case he starts crying in public.

Defeat is coming.

Alex Salmond and David have been named joint winners of a prestigious political award.

No doubt prompted by this win, Salmond feels that this is a platform to call for a debate; Salmond would call for a showdown at the opening of an envelope.

Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon are so desperate to do battle with the UK's Prime Minister David Cameron and his Ministers.

It’s the cynical standing up for Scotland con!

In Salmond and Sturgeon’s case it is standing up for the rich.

We are nearly hiting the fable one year to the political death of Alex Salmond, he has shot his load too early, instead of waiting to take a proper shot, Salmond like a wean with a machine gun has been spraying all over the place.

And the 25% shows he shot only himself and the SNP in the foot.

What about Yes Scotland; the failed independence campaign group seen as an SNP front?


No more need be said, run by the SNP, staffed by the SNP for the benefit of the SNP!


Alex Salmond isn’t getting David Cameron; he is being paired off against Alastair Darling, the leader of the pro-Union Better Together campaign.

Darling has gravitas whereas Salmond has a stupid look on his face and is shallow populist, no contest, Darling is to fact what Salmond is to fantasy.

And independence isn’t No fairytale.

No work, no vision, no plan and no support, pretty much sums up Salmond and Sturgeon.

Salmond said:

"It would seem to me to make it incumbent on the other joint recipient of this incredible award to debate with me as part of the process. We can hardly accept a joint award for political engagement if we are not prepared to follow it through and conduct a debate in democratic terms as the two signatories of this agreement. According to the serious academics this is the best thing since sliced bread."

Rather than having sliced bread Mr. Salmond have another pie!

Better Together has outwitted the SNP and left the major debates to Alastair Darling.

Politically it is the smart move, a fight for Scotland they believe is best led by Scots, Drling has managed to get almost an entire country in his corner.

Trust is a major issue for Salmond and Sturgeon.

Salmond is literally dying in the polls, and has been determined to pursue his argument against David Cameron in a vain hope that he can restart his campaign but so far any which way he has turned has resulted in failure.

No George Laird radical thinking; his drone class aren’t much cope either; no ideas coming from them!

The SNP is run as a clique and the clique have sadly found out that they mentally don’t have a pot to piss in.

And some as I have seen can’t manage to miss their trousers either.

Salmond thinks, if he can get someone who is hated more than him he is the ‘good guy’, say whit!
Alex Salmond considers himself a political heavyweight, at Holyrood he probably is that due to his experience at Westminster.

However, let’s not kid yourself he is anything special, so what do we know?

1/ He combs his hair forward
2/ He is carrying his reputation around his waist
3/ He is a guy married to a woman old enough to be his mother
4/ He has a big mouth because he has a position of power
5/ His party is run as a one man band and is full of bams

And he is staying out of the fray because he wants to lock horns with someone he considers his political equal????????

In trying to make a mountain out of a molehill, some mouthpiece said:

"We are delighted that the Edinburgh Agreement has been honoured in this way.
"The fact that such a distinguished body has chosen to recognise the importance of the accord is hugely significant. Of course, as the joint signatories to the Edinburgh Agreement, the First Minister and Prime Minister are the respective leaders of the Yes and No campaigns. The Prime Minister deserves credit for his role in securing the Edinburgh Agreement. But this award confirms his central role in the process, and as such it is becoming harder and harder for him to avoid a head-to-head debate on the question of Scotland's future."

I can do up an award on my computer, will this add further weight for a head to head.

And how can a realistic head to head take place for David Cameron against a man who talks out of his arse?

Imagine, David Cameron forced to debate with Alex Salmond’s ass cheeks, what kind of debate is that?

Can a debate on fact against fantasy help Salmond?

Or as we seen recently with Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minster Nicola Sturgeon will we see an undignified shouting match?

In this case David Cameron should adopt a statesmanlike position and leave Alex Salmond sitting in the political mud, sooner or later, his own Nationalists will wise up that Salmond is a liability and that Sturgeon is a deadbeat.

As the face of independence, Nicola Sturgeon killed the Scottish independence campaign, 25% will drop further, working class Scots have seen through the SNP.

The Scottish National Party stands for the rich, not the poor, the more Salmond and his rabble call on David Cameron, the more he should blank it.

Not tonight dear, nothing to see here move along please.

368 days till the political death of Alex Salmond at the ballot box, 368 of torture for Salmond as the pressure builds and builds, there is no escaping destiny.

Cornered like a rat!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University


Anonymous said...

You are completely bonkers. Are you sure you are not your parody account?

Anonymous said...

This is rank.