Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Sturgeon drops a clanger: unpopular First Minister Nicola Sturgeon launches phoney bid to save 270 jobs after Tata Steel announce cuts, her track record at Govan shipbuilders and elsewhere shows she is ‘all mouth and no trousers’, we are all aware of the SNP PR con of fake sincerity and the mirage of help which doesn’t exist, the joke’s old Nicola

Dear All

How many does that make now?

How many does what make?

How many taskforces has unpopular Nicola Sturgeon setup when a major Scottish business has gone to the wall or is in difficulties?

She tried to ‘save’ Hall’s food and failed.

She tried to ‘save’ the jobs at Govan shipbuilders and failed?

She tried to ‘save’ jobs in the North Sea and failed.

100% success rate of failure!

Now, we have the pathetic spectacle of Nicola Sturgeon setting up another taskforce in a bid to save jobs at Tata Steel.

1,200 people are going to lose their bread and butter, 270 of those jobs will be in Scotland, the bulk in Scunthorpe.

You may have noticed that I have said the SNP don’t do Law well, another thing they don’t do well is business; remember buying Prestwick Airport, what a pig in a poke that turned out for the Scottish people.

The joke is that we have something called the Scottish Government Steel Task Force chaired by Business minister Fergus Ewing; he will look for new owners.

"We seek him here, we seek him there
Those Frenchies seek him everywhere!
Is he in heaven? Or is he in hell?
That demmed Elusive steel owning Pimpernel?”

A bit of culture to brighten up a sad tale of woe!

The Task Force will meet for the next Thursday October 29, presumably with the press invited along to milk it for PR purposes, anyone seriously think Ewing will get a buyer?

I don’t.

Sturgeon said:

“This is a very anxious time for Tata Steel employees and their families and is deeply concerning for everyone involved. My government is determined to fight for a future for our steel industry. That is why I have established a Scottish Steel Task Force – to be chaired by my Business Minister, Fergus Ewing - that will bring together all the key representatives to work to keep the Dalzell and Clydebridge plants open. “We will leave no stone unturned in our efforts to keep the plants open and support the 270 staff affected by today’s announcement.”

What about the 900 job losses in Scunthorpe, do these people matter?

Apparently not, yet again, the small mindedness of Nicola Sturgeon pours out yet again, she fails to notice the bigger picture.

Business Minister Fergus Ewing said:

“The Scottish Government’s priority is finding a way to continue with commercial production at the sites”.

Do you remember how the SNP fucked the Scottish steel industry by awarding a massive steel contract to China, the new Forth Bridge contract!

Where was the loyalty to the steel workers?

Where was standing up for Scotland?

Aren’t you just sick that so many fellow Scots are taken in by these SNP losers who are pissing on Scotland without the decency to call it rain?

Why aren’t the SNP crowing about their ‘success’ in helping the Govan shipbuilding workers who lost their jobs?

Because there isn’t any, other than pointing them in the direction of the Govan job centre, what did they do, except talk among themselves how to look active while doing nothing!

270 steel jobs in Scotland will probably be lost and no PR circus fronted by the SNP to appear more ‘caring’ than the Westminster Government, yet again, Nationalists playing politics with people’s lives.

Nothing will be done for the 270 by the SNP Government; Nicola Sturgeon’s word is worthless as ‘Syrian Joe’ found out, no room at the Sturgeon inn for him!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University


Anonymous said...

wee Gnasher just loves opening her gob Georgie boy


Anonymous said...

Westminster looking pretty good in comparison, eh George? And they're run by Tories at the moment!

bucksboy said...

"What about the 900 job losses in Scunthorpe, do these people matter"

They should, but they matter not a jot to her.