If you think back two years ago, I was a member of the audience at the BBC Big Debate hosted by Isobel Fraser.
At that time, I told Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minster Nicola Sturgeon that the SNP had to go pro Nato and pro nuclear Faslane.
The George Laird view being the right view.
After that show I was attacked by the lying Nationalist bigot community as the un-useful idiots piled in to attack me. The point I made about SNP having a genuine lack of talent and ignorant activist base totally proved beyond reasonable doubt.
Fast forward two years down the line and we see that more Scots believe Britain's Trident nuclear deterrent should continue to be based in Scotland.
George Laird right again and ahead of the curve.
Other bad news for Scotland’s ‘face of independence’ contained in the British Social Attitudes survey says the majority of Scots would want to share the monarchy, the pound and the BBC.
I am on record as getting all three of these views right as well.
The SNP want to destroy the BBC because they think it is bias, a Nationalist campaign has been running for quite some time with little protests outside the BBC HQ in Glasgow.
And even more bad news for unpopular Nicola Sturgeon, most British people believe immigrants within the European Union should face a three-year wait before they are allowed to claim welfare benefits.
Heading towards George Laird’s EU internal immigration policy?
Well not quite, the punters have to catch up to me on that one.
As to the nuclear detonation over Scotland’s skies, a majority of Scots want to keep the sub base, although most people are still opposed to nuclear weapons.
The new survey is an epic blow to Alex Salmond, unpopular Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP Government.
The ridiculous nonsense hyped as an SNP flagship policy for independence to have nuclear weapons removed has just been blown apart.
When an SNP member, my position on Trident removed was that the policy was a load of crap, 30 years of getting it wrong, George Laird looked at it, it came out as junk, it was immediately dismissed, nothing more to talk about.
Recently unpopular Deputy First Minster Nicola Sturgeon published the draft Independence Bill, setting out proposals for an interim constitution.
A waste of time and energy contained in the interim constitution was a permanent ban on nuclear weapons.
George Laird gets in right two years in advance, Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minster Nicola Sturgeon gets it wrong again, on the really big issues, my track record is to get it 100% and her record is a miserable fail.
Time for a quote by Alex Salmond:
“My problem is that I have too many talented people and not enough Cabinet positions”.
And Naw on having the ability to be 'statesmanlike' as well.
Finally, everyone expects George Laird to get it 100% right, no one expects that of Nicola Sturgeon.
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University