“Repeat Repeat Repeat”.
If you don’t like what is written, can I suggest the Tom Cruise movie, Edge of Tomorrow.
You say, “Repeat Repeat Repeat” but I think practice, practice, practice.
“Boring Boring Boring”.
I think the reshaping history back towards historical fact is a good thing.
“Change the record”.
Well, I am open to suggestions, what would you like to talk about, the SNP MPs clapping in the House of Commons showing they are just petty little clowns.
“Cut the crap”.
I think I am cutting the mustard.
“You have a Bitter vile and twisted mind and all your imaginary commentaries”
No capital B in bitter and where is the rest of that sentence, looks like it kind of tailed off.
“It is about time you left the deceased to rest in peace shows how low you are when you resort to writing about the dead”.
Your point is rather odd; I am writing about my experiences while in the Scottish National Party, are you saying I shouldn’t tell the truth?
Lets get to the nub of your complain:
“It is said that the modern SNP was trained up by a former Sturgeon crony named Allison Hunter who was previously a Glasgow SNP Councillor for the Govan Ward. I found that Ms. Hunter underneath the false exterior of ‘Auntie Allison’ was a deeply ignorant and thoroughly nasty little woman.
I remember on one occasion being abandoned in the street after an SNP event as her, the SNP MP Chris Stephens and the organiser Richard Bache all jumped into her car and sped off down the road I had to walk back. Richard Bache was a friend of William Begg, the limbs in the Loch killer. Homosexual Begg’s prison hobby is taking the State to Court on any matter.”
I assume you object to these paragraphs because they are true, why should the truth about people upset you, either it is true or it is false.
If this was false, then I would agree that it would be nasty, however, given it is true, you wish me to either not write about it, or even worse in my opinion, lie.
Would being a liar make me a better person?
“Go and do something useful instead of sitting in libraries writing all this hate no wonder you are ill. For a man who brags about how educated you are this is just the pits”.
Firstly, who said this was written in the Library, I wrote that post actually at home. Secondly, why do you feel making assumptions should be considered as fact? Thirdly, while awake in my university classes, I did manage to learn something, and I haven’t bragged as you called it about my education. I have stated in my youth, I taught at Glasgow University, also I was the top of my class when I took fitness qualifications. I even taught half of my class how to pass the practical exams.
I did this for free, not because I had to but because I was asked by them. Their teaching and technical knowledge left a lot to be desired but I managed to get them to test standard. I also got a Vet Nurse into Anniesland College on a fitness course, it turned out one of the assessors did weight training, when she mentioned she trained in the gym, he thought it was a good idea to grill her. My trainees were the elite of the Glasgow University gym, taught to teach as well as train, she passed and was offered a place before she left the room.
In my written papers, my exam marks were 92% and 95%. People that I taught as students represented Britain, Scotland and also went to the Olympics Games, one person a rower was at both Atlanta and Sydney.
I can understand if my past successes upsets you, but I don't go bragging about it, it was something I did in my past which helped many people.
In the SNP, the leadership or cult members think they are so smart and every one else is an idiot, but that isn't the case.
As to doing something useful, I am doing something useful, I am using the Library as an educational resource; check out my latest projects.
Finally, you would have objected to this paragraph as well:
“Although I didn’t protest about such ill treatment by Hunter, I did at the time think I had been put in with a group of ignorant pigs. On another occasion Ms. Hunter at a Glasgow election count thought it was acceptable to belittle me by swearing and shouting abuse at me in front of a group of people. Since, I had given my word not to cause trouble at the counts, to Bache, I didn’t respond but it reinforced my opinion that I shouldn’t have been active in the Pollok Branch of the SNP”.
Here is the official version of how wonderful Ms. Hunter was:
I don’t retract a word I say.
George LairdThe Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University