It seems that Cybernats which I dubbed the ‘Sons of Alex’ have gone over the score yet again; you may remember I previously said that hate was the ‘oil’ of the Scottish National Party machine.
Another victim beside me who was abused in the past was veteran BBC broadcaster Nick Robinson.
And if there is one thing that the ‘Sons of Alex’ like, it is to cover old ground with fresh hate filled rage.
Nick Robinson has been targeted; his misfortune it became public that he was ill battling cancer. Having been in hospital myself recently nearly dying I can understand how at this point in time it can be quite a trying for him and his family.
Whatever you might think of Nick Robinson personally and I have seen many BBC people up close, they do a professional job; that said; their views can upset people because you always believe that people see the world as you do.
Having gone public about his battle with cancer, this prompted a barrage of online abuse from the Nationalists. Once they found out he was ill, he was immediately the subject of vile abuse online from Nationalist Twitter trolls; obviously ‘get well soon’ isn’t in their vocabulary.
Stephen Smyth, with a Twitter ‘handle’ which includes an SNP logo, sent a hate message reading ‘karma’ direct to Nick Robinson and his employer. Smyth apparently according to other users on Twitter is said to be an SNP member.
Last night, the SNP run by Nicola Sturgeon’s husband Peter Murrell had not confirmed or denied if he was a member.
Mr. Murrell is slow to act when even SNP members are getting abused within the party.
Another of the ‘Sons’ going under the Phoenix45blog wrote:
‘A bit of chemotherapy would do the biased beeb man good.’
Presumably this individual hasn’t had chemotherapy; that gem prompted widespread condemnation with one person called Alex, tweeting back:
‘You are one sad individual.’
Initially, phoenix45blog replied:
‘Nope, I’m quite happy about this news.’
Later when it sunk in that he had created a shit storm for himself, he later changed his mind, tweeting:
‘I apologise unreservedly for the prior tweet. It was tasteless. I wish you a speedy recovery Nick. #contrite.’
Jimmy James chimed in with:
‘diagnosis aside’ Mr Robinson was an “****hole”.
Down the road in
Wales, Maenad Nanna tweeted:
‘Self-respecting lung tumour wants removing from mendacious @BBCNews Tory shill Nick Robinson.’
Nick Robinson became a hate figure among some Nationalists during the referendum campaign, with protesters outside BBC Scotland’s
calling for him to be sacked for what they saw as biased coverage.
Telling the truth really upset Nationalists, the false front they present of being ‘nice people’ goes right up to the top of the Scottish National Party.
When the loons were down at the BBC trying to stifle democracy and free speech, Scotland’s ‘jolly fat man’ Alex Salmond refused to condemn them, calling the demonstrations ‘joyous’.
Anyone know what a ‘joyous’ mob actually is?
Speaking to some of these people, it was clear they had swallowed the Nationalists lies hook, line and sinker, they were angry because they had been programmed through years of hatred. Hate spouted by Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon at SNP Conferences blaming the English under the guise of
A Scottish Labour spokesman said:
‘These tweets are beneath contempt. There is no place in Scottish life for this kind of bile. Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP must immediately distance themselves from these vile comments and call on their more extreme supporters to stop polluting social media with vicious personal attacks. This online bullying is in danger of destroying public debate.’
Too late for that, the genie is out of the bottle, and it isn’t going back in, not under any circumstances. People have found that using social media they have a voice, how they control it is entirely up to them.
An SNP spokesman said:
‘We deplore all internet abuse, as we have made consistently clear, and the First Minister has wished Nick Robinson well for a speedy recovery.’
I don’t think anyone will believe that statement as the Scottish National Party did absolutely nothing when publicly unelectable SNP list MSP Humza Yousaf’s wife, Gail Lythgoe was caught trying to rope in other people to be part of her hate campaign directed at Labour MP Ian Davidson.
Nick Robinson said of his illness:
‘Timing lousy. Prognosis good.’
a land divided by hate and bitterness, created by Alex Salmond and Nicola
Sturgeon who have reached out to the simple minded, Adolf Hitler used the same
tactics during his rise to power in 1930’s Germany.
In the end the Nazis were defeated, something that unpopular Nicola Sturgeon should remember as her career is in terminal decline, prognosis, inoperative, chances of survival…… nil.
My advice to unpopular Nicola Sturgeon is the same as my advice to Alex Salmond; grab as much money, freebies and paid vacations as she can at the taxpayers expense.
The Campaign for Human Rights at