In 2008, I gave John Mason of the SNP help to win the Glasgow East seat, and he did so by 365 votes. In 2010, I went back to help him, but by that time the move was firmly back towards the Labour Party. The sense I had from 2009 till that election was that he hadn’t done enough to hold the seat; in fact I told him twice that he needed to do more.
2010, Margaret Curran easily took the seat by about a 13,000 majority. Previously Margaret Curran was an MSP but decided to take the leap to
and it paid off for her.
Curran now faces off against the odious Natalie McGarry who is part of the Nicola Sturgeon Southside clique. McGarry doesn’t deserve to win, and for the record, she will be getting named in a criminal trial which takes place on the 29th October 2015, at
Glasgow Sheriff Court.
Natalie McGarry linked my blog to a hate account on twitter set up by someone she knows pretending to be me.
The press and public are cordially invited to attend this Court date.
During the Scottish Referendum, I supported the Better Together Campaign in my area, why because I was campaigning to save the BBC, Govan Shipbuilders and the Scottish NHS. Funnily enough, I didn’t realise I was seriously ill and in need of their services to save my life while I was trying to save them.
So 2014 was a big year for me, helped to save
and was nearly dead.
As they say, never a dull moment.
Through-out the 2015
election campaign, unpopular Nicola Sturgeon has been screaming about how she
wants to stop austerity.
Actions however speak louder than words, and the word is this, the SNP plan for 'zero additional spending' over the next year to ease austerity.
Yet again, the truth will out, and this home truth should be told to every single peron in
Nicola Sturgeon is running a con trick. Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has published
Treasury documents and accused the Nationalists of being “willing accomplices”
Nicola Sturgeon’s party are signed up to “zero additional spending” at Holyrood over the next year, Sturgeon literally is playing people for mugs. In contrast to this, the Labour Party has said, it would tax the rich to provide £800million more to boost the Scottish NHS, tackle poverty and create jobs.
I am voting Labour at this election for a number of reasons, firstly, the SNP is a ‘rat ship’; secondly the SNP in the shape of Humza Yousaf’s wife, Gail Lythgoe ran a hate campaign against Ian Davidson, thirdly the SNP are a fraud and con trick on the people of Scotland.
As is the way with the SNP, they rubbished Gordon Brown’s analysis as “ludicrous” but sadly for them, the former Pm was backed up by an independent expert.
Jonathan Portes, of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, said:
“It is correct to say the SNP plan matches the current planned spending for 2015-16, whereas Labour have tax rises planned to boost spending.”
Last month unpopular Nicola Sturgeon was playing to the left wing crowd in
calling for an end to austerity and trying to build what some say is a
progressive alliance. While Sturgeon bleats that Labour would have to abandon
“failed” austerity policies to win SNP MPs’ support in a hung parliament, she
is sitting doing nothing as the figures bare out.
A Treasury document, published on March 9 has revealed Sturgeon plans no additional spending this year, extra spending would not kick in until April 2016.
Sturgeon has signed up
to another 12 months of austerity, as is the SNP; they will blame Westminster while at the
same holding money by under spending their budget. In Nicola Sturgeon’s warped
world, letting people suffer to get their votes is acceptable, we saw that the
SNP had to be bounced into supporting measures to offset the ‘bedroom tax’.
On the campaign trail with odious Natalie McGarry in Glasgow East, Sturgeon said:
“SNP MPs can work with others to lock Cameron out of Downing Street and ensure
priorities become priorities at Westminster.”
This is the same Conservative Government that saved Govan Shipbuilders; that provided additional spending of hundreds of millions for what the SNP termed ‘shovel ready projects’ and recently pumped £1.3 billion into shoring up the North Sea Oil industry in the latest budget.
Finally, now that unpopular Nicola Sturgeon has been exposed as a hypocrite once against trying to con her fellow Scots, one can only wonder if her 12 months of extra austerity is to attempt to secure her being elected First Minster.
You can’t trust Nicola Sturgeon at any level, she is a rat.
George LairdThe Campaign for Human Rights at