Friday, January 10, 2014

Scottish independence: Scotland’s ‘jolly fat man’ Alex Salmond gets caught trying to ‘cook the books’ on the financial case for independence, SNP leave out that Scots would be £2,500 worse off, SNP deception fails to work as opposition tear Salmond apart using official data

Dear All

Scotland’s ‘jolly fat man’ Alex Salmond has been busy rewriting economic history.

Salmond just “airbrushed” the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression from his financial case for breaking up Britain in order to trick Scots.

Was Donald Trump right when he said that Alex Salmond was “dishonest”, “untrustworthy” and “lacking in integrity”?

We are being continually lied to so that the SNP can effectively ‘steal’ our votes through deception.

So, we had the blue print in Novemeber and was a pile of steaming crap that was, the stench is still in the nostrils of Scots, a 670-page blueprint stated each Scot would have been £900 better.

The SNP decided to leave out that the SNP Government’s statistics only covered from 1977 to 2007.

So, the global banking crash is removed to paint a distorted picture, did the SNP think that this type of deception would go unnoticed?

Wasn’t George Laird right when I said that the Scottish independence campaign had to be played straight?

The banking crash triggered the credit crunch and the worst recession since the 1930s.

So, what is the truth?

Latest 30-year figures for 1982 to 2012 when you add in the financial meltdown show clearly that Scots would actually have been £2,500 per head worse off.

Recently Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the economy would win or lose independence, she got that wrong but then Sturgeon gets a lot wrong, like health, in that department, she left Scots women to die from cancer. These women couldn’t get the proper cancer drugs available in England.

At present the case for Scottish independence has failed, Alex Salmond failed, Nicola Sturgeon failed, Scottish Government failed and the SNP (which is Salmond anyway have failed).

One thing which did bring a chuckle to me is that some are calling the white paper the ‘Rough guide to Eckistan’.

Labour leader Johann Lamont using facts slaughtered Salmond at FMQs when she asked why was Scotland's economy only compared to that of small European countries from 1977 to 2007? Why not something more recent?

This put Scotland’s ‘jolly fat man’ on the back foot as he can’t handle facts and cannot handle truth.

Lamont chipped in with "a shopping list without a price list is just a wish list".

And that is what the White paper is, just tripe of two SNP manifestos smashed together rather badly.

It is truly pathetic in nature and partisan.

Lamont said a report from Holyrood’s independent financial scrutiny unit showed Scots would be about £2,500 worse off.

Did Salmond think that others won’t do research?

Not everyone is as stupid as the SNP leadership thinks, because they surround themselves with talentless drones to secure their leadership position; they think the rest of Scotland is as useless.

Lamont added:

“The First Minister is asking the people of Scotland to trust his White Paper. It looks back to a period which favours the First Minister’s case – when over the last ten years, the last 20 years, the last 30 years; the overwhelming evidence is that we would have been worse off.”

Much is the SNP’s lack of talent causing a problem?

They only have one page on Scotland’s finances and projects forward for just one year.

In the second round of FMQs, Alex Salmond faced off against Conservative leader Ruth Davidson.

As usual she trotted out when Salmond will next meet with the PM.

An easy ball over the net which Salmond replied:

 "Well not in Scotland by the sound of it. He's too posh and he's too unpopular."

Ruth Davidson then returned the ball back with a great snide comment:

"I thought the Prime Minister showed a self-deprecation that seems wholly foreign to the First Minister. Perhaps he could take note."

The pompous fool hadn’t a return for that one with unpopular Sturgeon laughing at Salmond, not with him but at him.

Opposition 2, FM 0!

But the final score Scotland wide is Opposition 3, FM 0.

To cherry pick stats and deceive the working class people shows yet again what I keep saying there is a genuine lack of talent in Scottish National Party.

Salmond is looking pale these days, he is counting down the days till he dies on the 18th September 2014, it’s all over for him, he is a spent force, he might as well grab as much money, goodies, trips and expenses as possible.

Where’s the A team Salmond?

Finally time for a quote:

"My problem is that I have too many talented people and not enough Cabinet positions".

What a pity they don't have the simple ability to call for Salmond's resignation.  

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University 

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