Monday, March 3, 2014

Scottish independence: Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says only independence can tackle Scotland's challenges, this admission of failure and the fact she is having to go to groups like the Scottish Council for Development and Industry shows the public aren’t interested in her crap anymore

Dear All

It seems that Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has decided to give up trying to convince the public and spend more time addressing people who will see if they stand to gain anything by a Yes vote.

I that vein she has trotted into the Scottish Council for Development and Industry to tell them that a Yes vote will secure prosperity and fairness.

Is that a fact?


Like much that the SNP say it can be taken with a pinch of salt, independence has you may recall Sturgeon previously saying wouldn’t fix everything.

Perhaps she should remember what she says, when and who she says it too!  

Is independence the only way to solve ‘all’ of Scotland’s problems?


Given the track record that the Alex Salmond within who operate inside the Scottish National Party have in lying, deception and misleading people, I don’t believe a single word out of her mouth without third party proof.

In case everyone missed it nirvana isn’t around the corner, because the real questions Salmond and Sturgeon won’t answer.

What is Plan B for currency?

Who will be the lender of last resort?

And it goes on and on.

The SNP are trying to change the argument of independence into a devo max argument on extra powers which isn’t an option on the ballot paper, it is a false flag operation to confuse the electorate.

Sturgeon claims plans to enhance Holyrood's fiscal powers within the UK lacked substance, a common plan and a guarantee of delivery.

This isn’t the issue that people have to consider, this is an independence debate.

So, should the unionist parties produce a common plan?

The reason for this is that they don’t know who will be the government post 2015 and therefore what Sturgeon is babbling on about is meaningless.

There are also no firm proposals on the table for Holyrood.

Again, the issue is independence not devo max.

The change of tack shows that the Nationalists are retreating to their core vote because the people of Scotland are now locked into voting No!

We are now under 200 days to the political death of Alex Salmond at the ballot box, time flies!

A recent vote of note was the Eastbank debate with kids in Glasgow.

72% rejected Nicola Sturgeon’s vision.

Another hugely embarrassment defeat for the SNP in a poor area of Glasgow as the SNP try to convince people on benefits that they will have a better lifestyle.

That won’t happen, the SNP are anti working class and anti Glaswegian.

They don’t give a fuck about the poor as their council tax freeze aptly demonstrates.

Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has said it is time for people living in Scotland to turn their attention to how they will vote.

The case has been made Salmond and Sturgeon cannot be trusted; so the answer is to vote No!

Carmichael said:

"We cannot afford to gamble with our nation's future - so that means making an informed choice and to do that we all need to get the facts. 'And nobody should think that this is not a decision that matters for them. Crucial decisions - like whether you keep the UK pound in your pocket and who will be a British citizen - rest on this vote."

The Scottish independence campaign has been a huge failure, it is a massive fraud on the Scottish people; independence is on offer even with a Yes vote.

Salmond and Sturgeon have been shown to be utter incompetent in the major areas; they are two fantasists who are trying to sell a pig in a poke.

Their blueprint or white paper is a joke, 25% of their promises they can’t deliver without the agreement of others.

When the discussions post defeat in September come round probably post 2015 General election, the SNP won’t be getting a seat at the top table.

It will be unionists parties who decide what new powers will be offered, and whatever is offered they will take them but won’t be able to claim any victory.

Less than 200 days to the end of Alex Salmond as a political force, like Joan McAlpine, his aide, he is damaged goods.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Who is Nicola Sturgeon?