It seems that Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has issued a ‘rallying cry’ to the people at the SNP Conference to persuade voters to back independence.
It is one thing to hoodwink the public and another to try and hoodwink yourself!
The Scottish independence campaign is dead, its finished, it’s all done and dusted.
What Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is asking for is working class Scots to go out and do the work and sell independence because she isn’t able to do so herself.
In the recent Govan by-election, Ms. Sturgeon who is unpopular in Govan led a campaign to try and keep a seat previously held by the SNP.
She failed in a spectacular fashion; the Labour Party won the seat by a large majority.
Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is still Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
At party conferences, there is a tendency for to bang the drum and talk shit, personally I don’t like people talking shit to me as it insults the intelligence, in the SNP, the leadership use the tactic of shit talk to stir the feeble minded.
Once the feeble minded get worked up, there is wild applause; however that doesn’t translate out the hall, down the road and into ordinary people’s houses.
The Scottish National Party is full of talentless people who aren’t very good campaigners, this this contest was judged on how far up Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon’s arse a person could get, this campaign would be epic.
But this isn’t a contest on brown nosers!
Nicola Sturgeon says the SNP face a challenge, in reality it is a mountain they can’t climb, they never did the prep at the base camp, they set off up with mountain with a pair of flip flops, shorts and a t shirt.
And now, at the first base camp, they are freezing their nuts off.
With less than 11 months until voters decide whether Scotland should remain part of the UK, the SNP conference will be used to argue the case for independence among themselves, no one else is taking their attempt seriously, and why should they, it is a sham.
Decisions should be taken north of the border to get the best for Scotland is the cry by Ms Sturgeon, but let us remember that Ms. Sturgeon doesn’t live in the area she represents, so her logic is warped.
Simply put, a two faced hypocrite, a story teller, an angry wee Nat filled with poison who isn’t getting an audience to listen to her.
She also said that the Yes campaign can turn around the polls.
Fuck off with that shite!
Nicola Sturgeon is no George Laird, there is no radical thinking there, honestly, she botched the NHS when Health Sec as we are all now graphically seeing, her tenure as the ‘face of independence’ has been an embarrassing flop of epic proportions.
Some people say that Nicola Sturgeon is a ‘star’; frankly, this is only because the rest of the SNP are so unspectacularly bad performers.
A chimp’s tea party could give some on the SNP a run for their money, and bananas can be bought for a £1 at Asda.
On the doorsteps of Govan, it was clear to me that Ms. Sturgeon was regarded by women as a ‘rusty tin star’.
For those who don’t know what a ‘rusty tin star’ is, that is slang for an arsehole; yes, she certainly ‘shined’ in Govan.
Earlier this month a poll by TNS put support for independence at 25%, with 44% in the No camp and 31% saying they do not know how they will vote.
Can Ms. Sturgeon who is so unpopular convert 31%?
Please get serious!
Ms Sturgeon said:
"It's a challenge. I cast my mind back to January 2011 when the SNP was something like 15 points behind Labour in the opinion polls. Just a few months later we went on to win the Scottish election and score an overall majority in that election. The message I take from that is if your argument is right, if you pitch your argument properly to voters, then polls can be turned around, and that is our challenge over the next year. We have got to win the argument that Scotland should be independent. That boils down to a decision about where decisions are best taken. Are they best taken here in Scotland by governments that are elected by the people of Scotland, or are they best taken at Westminster by governments that often we reject? We've shown through the Scottish Parliament that where decisions on health, on education, on the justice system are taken in Scotland then we take better decisions. We take good decisions that are in line with the priorities of the people of Scotland. So the argument is, let's complete that journey, let's complete those powers because that's what independence is, it's completing the powers of the Scottish Parliament."
Sounds like a woman who is grasping a last straw at the last chance saloon, its knock back all the way from the working class people of Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon doesn’t live in the area that she represents so she doesn’t believe in her own argument; add to it, the real lack of genuine talent in the Scottish National Party shows clearly the SNP is a one man band.
Without Alex Salmond propping them up the SNP wouldn’t be in the position they are now, he got there by a five year council tax freeze, by spin, by smoke and mirrors.
But the big prize is beyond his grasp, not smart enough.
The ‘Curse of Sturgeon’ is now in play, she lost the Glasgow University indy vote, and recently she lost the Govan by-election despite personally campaigning, now she thinks she can take over an entire country.
Personally, I hope she can wipe her arse better than she politically campaigns, …. for the sake of her bed sheets!
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University