It’s a tale of two campaigns, Better Together and Yes Salmond (Scotland).
Better Together, is the pro-Union campaign group which has massive public support and Yes Salmond, an SNP crony ridden pit of not very bright or intelligent people connected to ‘jolly fat man’ Alex Salmond and Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
So, what is the ‘tale at the tape’?
Better Together has received £1.6 million in donations since April this year.
Yes Salmond (Scotland) has received £6,000 by using "crowd sourcing."
No one is willing to work for Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon even among the SNP ranks and no one is prepared to fund the lifestyle of their nasty vile cliques who should drown in their own puke.
The SNP is a ‘rat ship’ and more and more people know now that it is a ‘rat ship’, but the message has to go out to everyone, don’t work for Salmond and Sturgeon and don’t give them a nickel.
Better Together figures show the biggest donor is Argyll businessman Donald Houston.
He gave a hefty wedge to the campaign of £100,000 plus £500,000 through two of his companies.
Next up with loads of money, Investment banker Andrew Fraser gave £200,000.
Alan Savage, chairman of Inverness-based recruitment group Orion rattled in £150,000.
Author Christopher Sansom donated £133,000.
But the real story is that since April more than 17,000 people have given to the campaign, mostly giving sums less than £500.
Alex Salmond and unpopular Nicola Sturgeon have no answer to the question on how to motivate people.
Their campaign is a farce, their white paper is shit, they don’t know how to campaign and they have wasted their entire time getting nowhere.
Time for a couple of quotes:
“My problem is that I have too many talented people and not enough Cabinet positions”.
“Rather than 'The A Team' it looked more like 'The GAY Team' in nature”.
George Laird’s assessment on the ‘Declaration of Cineworld’ event for the rich, no poor people allowed.
But only one can be right, and it’s George Laird right again.
Better Together has run a slick campaign; the group has received almost £2.8 million since it was established in May 2012.
On the other side of the fence, Salmond and Sturgeon loaded up their cronies into Yes Salmond based in Hope Street, Glasgow.
Glasgow was picked because Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stays here in the East End of Glasgow.
Argyll businessman Donald Houston who is a director of the Adelphi Distillery in Ardnamurchan, said:
"We have spent 300 years building a union between our countries that has achieved so much. Ripping up that union to satisfy the SNP is a ridiculous idea. The people of the Highlands that I speak with consider the SNP government in Edinburgh to be completely remote from our opinions and our way of life."
Actually the distance doesn’t matter, the SNP are entirely unresponsive to people who they represent in the urban islands such as Glasgow and Edinburgh as well.
The SNP don’t give a shit about helping people unless it fits into their agenda to garner votes.
Alan Savage said:
"My support for the Better Together campaign is stronger than ever following the publication of a White Paper that does nothing to convince me that independence would be a force for good for Scotland."
That white paper is trash, badly thought-out trash.
Better Together director Blair McDougall said the group was "humbled" by the donations.
When someone gives me money I say “Whoopee kebabs!
But that is just me!
"Thousands of people are playing their part in keeping Scotland a strong part of the United Kingdom."
In attempting to stir the shit, Englishman and SNP MP Angus Robertson said that the identity of Better Together donors highlighted the campaign's "Tory roots".
Robertson is something like a campaign director but he isn’t doing a good job, I listened to him do a presentation in Maryhill to SNP members, he didn’t inspire me, nor did the slide show either.
And the questions from the floor were shit also, highlighting yet again the need for an educated SNP rather than the current ignorant as pig shit approach the leadership keeps their members in.
The SNP leadership and Robertson aren’t geniuses, far from it!
As to YES Salmond’s attempt to raise money through "crowd sourcing" which has had limited success.
Their failure highlights that I was right about them, there isn’t talent there, the 30-day effort was meant to raise £15,000 online for Yes community groups by next Saturday. Yes Community groups are for the most part SNP branches who operate under a “disguise”, not a very good disguise either.
Supporters who are getting fewer and fewer were asked to donate £3 or more online to:
"give our local groups materials to distribute, venues in which to hold meetings, pop-up stalls to take to public events, and potentially even a local Yes Scotland presence in their community".
The move had raised less than £6000.
It seems that leadership of Alex Salmond and unpopular Nicola Sturgeon running the SNP as a ‘rat ship’ is steadily and surely turning the public off them.
The truth eventually comes out, and the ‘Day of Judgment’ is coming.
No one is coming to Salmond and Sturgeon’s aid, the campaign has completely collapsed and there is no George Laird radical thinking either in a ‘Scottish Government on pause’ or in the nasty vile clique attempts to refloat the ‘rat ship’ controlled campaign in Hope Street.
Bless their little white cotton socks!
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University