There is a lot of hatred in the Scottish National Party against people who hold different views and opinions.
You only have to look at social media to see that Nationalist hate is awash all over it, having lost Scottish independence by lying, bullying, threatening and deception, the mythical second independence referendum was held out as carrot to the simple minded and gullible hate mongers.
As part of Nicola Sturgeon’s pitch to No voters, she urged her Cybernats not to “hurl abuse” on the internet at their unionist opponents.
It’s a bit late to rewrite history that Sturgeon and her followers are ‘nice people’ after what has happened pre referendum vote and post referendum vote.
Everyone knows where we all stand, I don’t care what Nicola Sturgeon does; I am never giving the SNP my vote again.
I would rather cut my nose off and see them burn at the ballot box and accept less than help them into power, even to the extent of letting someone who can’t write a sentence without help of others.
Time and time again, ordinary people have been selected for harassment and abuse which wouldn’t have been out of place in the Germany of the 1930’s. Of course, we don’t have ‘brownshirts’ wandering the streets looking for political opponents, these people prefer to dress casual when throwing abuse.
No uniform to link them to them to the SNP but in the modern age, uniforms aren’t necessary to identify them, technology does the heavy lifting on that score, just as technology was their sword, it also turned out to have a downside. In the modern age, your digital foot print can be tracked, right back to your homestead in some cases.
One of the trademarks of SNP justice regarding abuse is that the person leaves the party as a member; they wait till the heat dies down and then are re-admitted, kind of like a virgin who is purified.
All sins forgiven by Saint Nicola of Dreghorn!
One wonders how long it will be before Nicola Sturgeon’s wife beating pal Bill Walker is back, sitting with Nicola’s arm round his neck enjoying each others company.
Two special people!
Someone I know doesn’t like the SNP, he is a Catholic, and remembers when the SNP were seen as very much an anti Catholic organisation, his opinion is any Catholic voting SNP is like a Turkey voting for Xmas. He has no time for the SNP or the group I refer to as ‘Sein Fein lite’; the ‘Sein Fein lite’ group aren’t nationalists, they just hate the British Establishment. The SNP is just a vehicle for them to exercise their hatred and attempt to break up Britain. If there is a broken Britain, then that might fuel an attempt to have either a breakaway Ireland or campaign for a united Ireland.
As I said, the SNP is made up of various factions of malcontents under the banner of ‘civic nationalism’ which is a load of crap.
A former SNP candidate called Lyall Duff suspended after making abusive comments online about two Catholic midwives has been allowed to rejoin the party. To show how quickly he has returned to the fold, he was photographed with social justice secretary Alex Neil at this month’s SNP conference in Aberdeen.
If you want a laugh, Nicola Sturgeon has said party members who “cross the line” will face disciplinary action. As I previously said, I put no stock in Nicola Sturgeon’s word at all; to me it is entirely worthless. Some tripe to be said to the press to show that she is in control but the truth is; she has a pack of savage wild dogs that one day will turn on her, once they figure out that she has sold them a pup on independence. This will take about two terms if Sturgeon can hold on that long in power. When they realised that they have been conned, she will have salted away enough money that she can do the Salmond route of backbencher or get out of politics altogether.
Scottish Labour MSP James Kelly said:
“Three years ago the SNP decided that Lyle Duff wasn’t fit to be a candidate, and less than a week ago Nicola Sturgeon was forced to tell her supporters not to indulge in online abuse, but here we see Mr Duff’s back in the fold and posing with a senior nationalist minister.”
I have a series of questions for Nicola Sturgeon myself; however, these questions are best suited to a TV camera in front of my face speaking directly to the whole of Scotland.
Who knows, perhaps it might happen sooner rather than later.
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University