Unpopular Nicola Sturgeon has said she is “more convinced than ever” that
will one day be independent.
If you saw the look on her face as she sat in the BBC independence debate hosted by Gordon Brewer, you might have cause to question her sudden reconversion to faith.
But lets us remember this simple fact, Alex Salmond got taken up the political arse by about 2,000,000 people on the 18th September.
That is a heavy pounding in ‘terms of the debate’!
In fact it is enough to make your eyes water.
Now, that Alex Salmond has resigned, and given that the Scottish National Party is run as a one man band, the leadership has firewalled themselves by promoting idiots of no consequence into positions of power, there is no one credible to mount a challenge to Nicola Sturgeon.
Sturgeon isn’t a leader of men, she isn’t likeable and she isn’t a social justice champion.
She is a poor choice for the leadership of what is supposed to be a Nationalist party.
Nicola Sturgeon left Scots women to die of cancer by failing to provide the same cancer drugs available in
England. The sycophants in the SNP
never raised their voice against this state of affairs.
In her attempt to appear meaningful Sturgeon said that independence can only happen when Scots “choose that course in the polling booth”.
No shit Sherlock!
At the weekend, a petted lip Alex Salmond hinted that other methods could be used to obtained independence, one way is Universal Declaration of Independence. Sturgeon has distanced her from his suggestion, because lets face it free tickets to Wimbledon is free tickets to
And she lacks guts and is common!
Not exactly hero material.
Some people in life can be ‘bought and sold for Punjabi Gold’, others sell out much cheaper.
As to future domestic adventures, she said was not preparing for another referendum and the timing would be dictated by circumstances. Apparently this includes whether Scots decided to vote Yes in/out referendum on the EU which is a possibility despite Ukip not being a force in
seen as an English Party by many Scots.
“If there is a commitment to a referendum in a manifesto of the SNP at an election and we win that election then that is a mandate for a referendum. I believe as strongly today as I did last week that independence is the best future for
And I am more convinced than ever that we will become an independent country.
But that will happen only when the people of Scotland choose that course in the
polling booth. I accept that last week the majority did not choose that future
at this time. 1.6 million people is a remarkable number, but it wasn't enough. So
my task will be to lead Scotland
into an exciting new chapter in our national story. To unite our nation around
a common purpose so that we can write that story together, and do so in a way
that lives up to the hopes, aspirations and expectations of a country that is,
on both sides, engaged, inspired and empowered by the referendum
She isn’t leading
Scotland anywhere, Holyrood isn’t
the voice of the Scottish people; it is an institution that deals with devolved
As to Ms. Sturgeon’s idea to “unite our nation”, I have a simple message for Nicola Sturgeon, Deputy First Minster, Deputy leader of the Scottish National Party:
“Piss off Sturgeon”!
In a piece of toadying worthy of SNP list MSP Bob Doris, Sturgeon said it would be the “greatest honour” and an “immense responsibility” to become First Minister of Scotland at such an “exciting and optimistic time”.
"I am putting myself forward for two simple reasons: I want to serve my party and my country. And I believe I am the best person for the job”.
Well, as we all know, there is very little choice and quality in the Scottish National Party, personally because she is so common, I thought she wanted the money.
Can anyone seriously believe that someone who left people to die of cancer is the “best person for the job” of First Minister?
“I also hope that my candidacy, should it succeed, will send a strong message to every girl and young woman in
- no matter your background or what you want to achieve in life, in Scotland in
2014 there is no glass ceiling on ambition.”
Here is something to add to that sentiment from the women of Govan:
“Nicola Sturgeon is an arsehole”, there is no glass ceiling on that either.
In the traditional oily response to the departing loser Alex Salmond, she said he had transformed the SNP and made
better place, adding:
“He also helped to make me the person and politician I am today."
An angry wee Nat!
Sturgeon says she will plan a “different approach” after the referendum rather than follow Salmond’s course:
“His are big boots to fill, but if given the opportunity to lead, I will wear my own shoes, and they will certainly have higher heels. I will be my own person and set my own course. We would not have come so far as a nation without Alex's vision, tenacity and statesmanship. But the challenges and opportunities of tomorrow require a different approach. They will demand the ability, not just to argue a case with determination and conviction, but also to reach out, to work with others and seek common cause on the issues that unite us."
We are now entering the era of Sturgeon, the ‘era of tokenism’, if you are white working class and heterosexual, you are shit out of luck dealing with the Sturgeon Empire.
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