Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Scottish independence: Alex Salmond’s independence campaign suffers another blow as support for his campaign slumps again; Better Together is getting stronger as Salmond and unpopular Nicola Sturgeon get weaker, time to desert the SNP ‘rat ship’?

Dear All

Recently I posted a picture I found of Alex Salmond and David Cameron, as you could clearly see, Alex Salmond was looking dejected, defeated and isolated as he shook Cameron’s hand.

And why shouldn’t he be, his rich man’s campaign has failed to inspire working class Scots.

Scotland has now turned against Alex Salmond and unpopular Nicola Sturgeon.

I guess leaving Scottish women to die from cancer by failing to proper cancer drugs available in England wasn’t such a good idea after all.  

Support for Scottish independence is slipping away each day, each hour and each minute, the time is no to join the growing ‘Army of No’!

Backing for a Yes vote in September’s referendum has fallen to 35%, it still has further to collapse with unpopular Nicola Sturgeon as the ‘face of independence’.

At the other end of the Scottish independence is Better Together, they are getting stronger as their standing is 54% of the public voting No.

There is another war and that is the ‘war of the undecided’, they are further 9%, even if unpopular Nicola Sturgeon convinced every one of them; she and Alex Salmond still couldn’t win the vote!

Without undecided the results were 39% for Yes, and 61% for No.

Scotland will vote No on 18th September because Salmond and Sturgeon are two buffoons!

If they think the ‘leaflet’ idea from the emergency crisis summit will help, how wrong they are, that’s £700.000 flushed down the toilet.
Better Together campaign director Blair McDougall said:

“This poll is a major setback to Alex Salmond’s negative and divisive campaign. The more people think about the consequences of breaking up the UK for jobs, pensions and public services, the more they are saying No Thanks to separation. There will be no let-up from our campaign over the summer. We will be working hard for every vote until the polls close on September 18. We have a positive vision for Scotland that is winning over swing voters. We can have the best of both worlds for Scotland - a strong Scottish Parliament, with the guarantee of more powers, backed up by the strength, security and stability of being part of the larger UK. Only separation puts that at risk.”

And more bad news for Alex Salmond in the latest poll, a majority of Scots believe they will be worse off if Scotland was independent.

Time for a quote:

“My problem is that I have too many talented people and not enough Cabinet positions”!

Alex Salmond.

So, why aren’t the talented turning the defeat around?

Why are SNP Ministers gone so quiet?

Why are they disappearing?

Are they positioning themselves so that the entire blame rests on one man, Alex Salmond?

When you consider that Salmond has control of Yes Salmond (Scottish region), SNP (Alex Salmond Party) and the Scottish Government; you have to ask why he couldn’t not link all these organisations up to work properly to produce a positive message and simply tell the truth.

Incompetence; sheer incompetence of unbelievable magnitude!

On the bright side, everyone will know George Laird right again after the votes are counted!

 The next major problem after the indy defeat is how to sell unpopular Nicola Sturgeon as a ‘concerned citizen’ interested in people, that’s a hard one considering she let many Scottish women die under her watch!

She let them die!

Oh, and before I forget, the SNP is run as a 'rat ship', given the events of the last few days, can anyone doubt the George Laird view in future?

Yours sincerely

George Laird 
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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