The SNP Conferencne is in full swing as delegates and members to listen to messages of political suicide from Scotland’s ‘jolly fat man’ Alex Salmond and Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
If you are a delegate then slitting your wrists maybe the preferred option because so far, the event is all about the SNP leadership trying to cheer up the SNP members.
At present Team Salmond and Team Sturgeon are in free fall like someone falling down a lift shaft, there is a long way to go before 2014 but this only means the speed of the impact into the deck will be more severe.
In a Conference speech Alex Salmond has decided to play to emotion by saying a vote for Scottish independence would be an "act of national self-belief".
Is he taking the piss?
Scots already have national self-belief, what they don’t have is belief in him and Nicola Sturgeon.
Because no one trusts them!
Yes, trust is an issue, and if you don’t have trust you don’t have anything, I guess the lying and deception strategy wasn’t so great an idea as it first sounded.
Presumably the SNP leadership thought they were being ‘clever’ when the truth was that they became a hostage to fortune when it all came out, drip by drip, they were sunk.
Let’s talk about self –belief since the SNP leader has touched on it, recently I stood for political office, on polling day, I was subjected to SNP abuse at the polling station, then the SNP filed a malicious complaint against me, and other members turned up on mass at the gate I was standing at.
7 people all from the same party at a single gate, could this be seen as intimidation tactics by outsiders?
But what was the George Laird view on Nicola Sturgeon’s ‘pals’, seven of them and one of me.
Go fuck yourselves!
Total self belief, you see it doesn’t matter if it was 20 to 1, I still won’t have changed what I did, not for a load of knuckle draggers of limited intelligence.
Salmond will tell the SNP conference devolution has made Scotland better; presumably the families of Scots women left to die of cancer would disagree with that statement.
If the country was independent under Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon, it won’t be better; these two have a track record of leaving the poorest in society in the lurch.
That’s their track record, full powers only mean that the safety blocks would be removed, the SNP don’t listen to ordinary people, far from it, so independence won’t change that, they think they are our rulers not our public servants.
A "yes" vote says Salmond is not about victory for the SNP, but for the whole of Scotland, two thirds of the country has already rejected him and Nicola Sturgeon as unsuitable to lead an independent country.
Short version… too stupid!
And in a sign of desperation, he has latched onto the phrase common sense, which is the last chance saloon, we already have common sense and common sense dictates telling Salmond and Sturgeon to fuck off!
That is right, fuck off, they may have kidded their way into political office but it is time up, the detail of their tenure is now being looked at and it doesn’t make pleasant reading, rather than running a successful government, they engaged in a massive cover up.
Freedom of information requests are routinely blanked as part of the cover up, it’s any excuse to not tell the truth, the people according to the SNP don’t have the right to know.
The four day SNP Confernece is all about the SNP talking to the SNP, no one else really, things are going so bad that people are now saying that Nicola Sturgeon is a liability in private, guess what?
George Laird said this over a year ago, I said, it was a mistake to move her from health, personally if I was leader I would send her back there to do the job she was paid for and botched, if she failed to do so, I would fire her arse on to the back benches without a second thought.
This conference is all about trying to prop the SNP’s morale, as to who needs it more, I will leave that for you to decide.
One thing is absolute, the clock is ticking down to disaster for Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon, you can’t escape destiny and judgment, soon people in the SNP will wake up to ask why there isn’t a nationalist leader in the SNP.
Time for a quote by Alex Salmond:
“My problem is that I have too many talented people and not enough Cabinet positions”!
Like a lot of what Alex Salmond says you can take that with a pinch of salt, the steak he has already eaten, as to the ‘veggies’, they will be running up and down streets the fear racing out of them.
Panic will set in fully by mid-summer 2014, it is already too late; I guess the ‘talent’ already know that or do they?
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University