I said in the past on social media and on the blog, the SNP don’t do Law well.
And if look at what Alistair Bonnington former Honorary Professor of Law, Glasgow University said about unpopular Nicola Sturgeon, you can get an insight how bad the SNP leadership has developed into.
“I fear I must accept responsibility here. I taught Nicola Sturgeon when she was in law classes at Glasgow University. I seem to have failed to instill in her the most basic rules of how the institutions of government work in the free world. We tried to teach that a one-party government which tramples on the independence of the other arms of the state, and indeed the independence of its own members, is the very antithesis of true democracy. How sad that we failed”.
The Offensive Behaviour at Football Act is regarded a shining example of how the supposed talented SNP is anything but!
Now we have the next failure of note being brought to Court, the UK Supreme Court, judges have just issued a judgment that Scottish Government's Named Person scheme is 'unlawful'.
Have you the ability to analysis; you must wonder how the Scottish Government's Named Person scheme ever got passed the discussion stage, why didn’t they know it was unlawful, and morally dubious?
The SNP leadership like in a bubble, the bubble is generally referred to as the SNP Cult, no one gets to disagree, no one gets to have an opinion, and the lower Cult members are nothing more than drones to leadership collective.
It is a great decision that a supposed SNP ‘flagship’ government plan to assign a state-appointed figure to oversee the welfare of every child in Scotland has been blocked.
If anyone asks you for an example of what are the benefits of the Union, tell them the UK Supreme Court!
Judges said the proposals breach rights to privacy and a family life under the European Convention on Human Rights.
Any half decent first year law student could fathom that out, and another question worth throwing in Nicola Sturgeon’s face is “why do you want to keep the Human Rights Act 1998 when you clearly don’t and your government clearly don’t understand what the Act means in practice”?
I suppose we have to look again what Bonnington said:
“I taught Nicola Sturgeon when she was in law classes at Glasgow University. I seem to have failed to in-still in her the most basic rules of how the institutions of government work in the free world.”
Sturgeon doesn’t just surround herself with the ‘thick’ she also surrounds herself with the ugly, old tactic of the insecure to make them look better, Nicola Sturgeon is no mastermind, no genius, no high flying lawyer.
She is a political failure, a schemer and not a very good schemer as her recent barmy outbursts have demonstrated to the Scottish public.
Campaigners supporting the No to Named Persons (NO2NP) campaign were celebrating their £250,000 legal case succeeded in the UK’s highest court this morning, it is a victory for democracy, a victory for common sense, and another sorry tale of Sturgeon’s failure to grasp what government is all about.
What it isn’t; is an SNP plaything to abuse!
Liz Smith, the Tory education spokeswoman at Holyrood, said:
"Clearly we don’t know what the court judgment will be, but irrespective of the outcome l am sure the majority of parents still want to see the scheme dropped. So too do the growing number of practitioners who believe the policy is unworkable and taking far too much focus away from our most vulnerable children. It is a deeply unpopular, illiberal policy which has become a real headache for the SNP. The First Minister should swallow her pride and end it now."
Nicola Sturgeon, the famous ‘tampax’ campaigner should outsource her barmy ideas and get the life outside the bubble view, clearly she has become a laughing stock.
It is time that the major press organisations flagged up her incompetence and hauled her ass over the coals rather than trying to promote her as a ‘star’, anyone can act like her, shouting isn’t a talent, playing the angry wee Nat role is play acting.
Scotland needs better than a shop soiled great white hopeless from Dreghorn, and we need that in place damn quick!
Finally, to Nicola Sturgeon, 'you ain't no thinker bruv, and sure as hell no statesman'!
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University