It seems that unpopular Nicola Sturgeon think that the ‘tail wags the dog’ after the Westminster 2015 election.
As David Cameron will find out quite so, the ‘tartan army’ on the opposition benches have already made their contribution for this parliament, ‘selfies’ in the House of Commons chamber. When normal business starts back, the Nationalists will quickly find out that unlike at Holyrood where they rule the roost,
is an entirely different matter.
Some of the SNP MPs have already been earmarked for what they are, clowns, but clowns who know nothing about politics. As we have seen in other parties, although clowns can sometimes amuse, they pose little threat. And that is what the SNP will become at
background noise that will have to stick together because for the most part,
they will be shunned.
Sturgeon is playing up to her deluded cult members to prime themselves for grudge and grievance because the SNP will be getting ignored, maybe David Cameron will do a bit of lip service if he thinks it is in his interest to assist the Scottish Conservatives in the 2016 Holyrood election.
Sturgeon’s threat that Cameron must listen to the “message
sent” in electing 56 SNP MPs as a catalyst for another independence referendum
is meaningless pap. Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon signed an agreement called
the Edinburgh Agreement, this was starting gun for the referendum because it
guaranteed that a Westminster Section 30 order would be signed to allow this to
Through-out the campaign, Alex Salmond said this was a ‘once in a generation’, that means although Sturgeon can do her angry wee Nat did, she is locked into something which means she wouldn’t probably see another vote within her leadership.
If the SNP attempted to use Holyrood to push through another referendum, the Westminster Government could quite simply shutdown the Holyrood Parliament and Scottish Government. There would be no Better Together 2 Campaign because the Labour, Conservatives and Lib Dems wouldn’t recognise an SNP referendum as valid without a Section 30 order. If the Nationalists and their allies ran a campaign, they would just be wasting their time, their money and their resources.
And the result wouldn’t be recognised, not just by the Westminster Government but also the EU and the United Nations where the
as a permanent seat on the Security Council.
If I was David Cameron I would simply tell Sturgeon that he will not be giving any ground whatsoever to her SNP demands. At present the SNP leadership are trying to sell the lie that they speak for
Scotland, and to that end they want
to rope in other parties like Labour to go along with them, the idea is simple,
the Tories are the enemy.
Anyone wantING to take up the invitation to join a hate campaign against the English, they are welcome to do so, because at some point there will be a backlash against not the people of
Scotland, but the SNP Government.
Sturgeon wants further powers beyond the Smith Commission proposals in areas such as employment policy, the minimum wage, welfare, business taxes, national insurance and equality policy.
One thing which I have repeatedly said is that the Scottish National Party don’t stand for fairness, equality and social justice, they want more devolved powers so that they can get more information for their backdoor national identity card scheme.
That is Sturgeon’s "matter of priority".
The SNP don’t have any intention of lifting people out of poverty, they have controlled education for 8 years, didn’t address the gap between rich and poor students, colleges have had budgets cut and lost 140,000 student places that by enlarge go to the children of people from working class backgrounds.
Yesterday; saw Scotland’s ‘jolly fat man’ Alex Salmond trying to resurrect his dying political career only to make a fool of himself under the guise of SNP Foreign Affairs Spokesman. Straightaway and with no help from anyone, he did two things; one showed he isn’t a statesman and secondly showed he is out of his depth, Salmond is supposed to be the SNP’s ‘big beast’ at Westminster.
Hunting season will be starting shortly.
As to unpopular Nicola Sturgeon, she might get a few scraps tossed her way, but the Conservatives aren’t going to hand over powers for Sturgeon to use to create dissent in
England. I assume that the
Conservatives are already wise to this move; after all they managed to use her
as a bogeyman to gain an overall majority at Westminster.
Finally, only about a third of Scots voted for the SNP, a third for voted for Unionist Parties and the remainder didn’t vote at all.
Sturgeon doesn’t speak for
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