Monday, March 24, 2014

Scottish independence: Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon travels to Cardiff to get someone to listen to her, she moans about Scots being “second class citizens”, her husband, SNP Chief Executive Peter Murrell already treats working class Scots that way, SNP discrimination rife under Sturgeon and Murrell

Dear All

Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says Scots are “second class citizens” in the eyes of the Westminster “decision makers”.

And she should know, her husband, the Scottish National Party Chief Executive Peter Murrell certainly has experience in discrimination of working class people.

In the SNP, people who are working class members are very much “second class citizens” with the third world rights of a banana republic.

Anyway Sturgeon says the No campaign is “destroying the idea” that the UK is an equal partnership.

There are 5 million people living in Scotland and about 55 million in England and Wales, so based on that those living in England have more political representation.

We should also note that at Westminster, the SNP are very much a fringe party not just in terms of numbers but in how they act.

Scots by and large don’t send SNP candidates to Westminster as a general rule.

Because as we have seen time and time again, they aren’t people’s champions!

Nicola Sturgeon added:

“In its attempts to scare, and now threaten, voters in Scotland, the No campaign is destroying the very idea that the UK is an equal partnership.”

Sturgeon is now like Gordon Brown speaking elsewhere because she can’t get ordinary working class Scots to listen to her.

Apparently no one wants to sign up to Fascist Scotland under Alex Salmond, the ‘jolly fat man’ act has played itself out.

It seems that unpopular Nicola Sturgeon is trying to convince people by proxy, the jist is that as ‘others’ are listening to her so should Scots.

Nicola Sturgeon is a rat; that is what she is, that is what her husband is, the actions they undertake are just the symptoms of rat behaviour expressing itself.

She thinks she has a case because Scotland would not be allowed to share the pound after independence, or have access to the BBC and other UK institutions which Scots have “contributed to the development of”.

When I had membership of a gym, when I left I didn’t have any claim to helping myself to a running machine or a set of barbells because I had “contributed to the development of”.

Likewise she treats Scots with contempt by trying to hoodwink us; maybe Ms. Sturgeon should get her vote rigging party in order before she goes around talking about fairness, equality and social justice.

In short, what an ‘arsehole’, yes; that is what women said to me in Govan, her ‘representation’ wasn’t up to much.

Incidentally, have you noticed that Govanhill looks like a shithole?

Who represents Govanhill?

Nicola Sturgeon and her poisonous vile Southside Clique!

Govanhill = shithole!

What's Nicola doing?

Other than staying in Baillieston?

Nothing, she is such a star!

Sturgeon added:

“Those opposed to independence used to claim that the UK as it currently stands is an equal partnership of nations and of people”.

It is worthwhile pointing out, that there is little difference in terms of discrimination of how Westminster and Holyrood treat Scots.

What about the Council tax freeze and free prescriptions?

That’s called bribes for votes.

Sturgeon also said:

“The leaders of the No campaign are going out of their way to demonstrate where they think power really lies. In the event of independence we are told we have the obligation to pay a share of the debt run up by successive Westminster Chancellors. But we have no right to a share of the assets that we have helped to construct, build and pay for.”

The pound isn’t an asset, and if Scotland refuses to pay its fair share of debt, then people in Scotland face a whooping £5,000 on their mortgages, plus extended austerity courtesy of Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon.

There will be no Nordic welfare, no matter how many episodes of Borgen, Sturgeon watches!

In her finally shot she added:

“Westminster sees itself as the decision-maker with Scotland relegated to second-class status. Why would anyone want to stay in a Union where we are treated in such a way?”

The hate and bile just drips off her, what she is talking about is really that Scots don’t want to vote SNP for Westminster because they stink, their policies stink and they are playing a proper role in Parliament.

Westminster like the European Parliament is just a gravy train for Salmond and Sturgeon’s clique to get a pay day.

You have to laugh about Sturgeon whining about “second class citizenship”, her party operates that way and have done for years.

Sturgeon ran off to Cardiff to whine but it is only because the people of Scotland want nothing to do with her and her vote rigging party of sycophant trash!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University


Anonymous said...

Was there a point to speaking in Cardiff?
Any Scots down there who can vote in the Scottish Referendum?

G Laird said...

Dear Anon

Perhaps she wanted to nip over to Barry Island, which is nice for a visit.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

Michael Rossi said...

Hi George - I still don't get why you preface every reference to Nicola Sturgeon with "Scotland's unpopular Deputy First Minister". Regardless of your views on her, polls say the exact opposite. Not only that, outside of the Labour party, many people I know who are decided No voters this September think highly of her. Perhaps I missed it, but did you have some run in with her? Even if you did, it's surely incumbent on even a blogger not to misrepresent the facts. If you said Sturgeon, "unpopular with some" or Sturgeon "who I personally" dislike, that would surely be a more truthful form of words?

Michael Rossi said...

Hi George, I still don't get why you preface every reference to Nicola Sturgeon with "Scotland's unpopular Deputy First Minister". Regardless of your own opinion of her, polls show quite the opposite. Many of my Unionist friends whilst intending of course to vote no in September think highly of her. Did she do something to upset you? Surely it's incumbent on bloggers as well as journalists not to misrepresent things - if you'd said Sturgeon "who I personally dislike" or Sturgeon "who is unpopular with some", that surely would have been a more honest form of words?