Friday, October 14, 2016

Scotland says NAW, unpopular Nicola Sturgeon is allegedly holding ‘secret independence talks’, there is a plan, a master plan which involves her stepping down as First Minister, when is Nicola Sturgeon going to understand that no one likes her, and no one cares if she goes, her latest plan for a 3 act drama where she is the ‘heroine’ will fail, she is the ‘baddie’

Dear All
What do you do you know about movies?
Well, you know they cost generally a lot of money, you know that there has to be a plot, you know that there is a ‘start’, ‘middle,’ and an ‘end’.
Standard format!, so example, I know that a script for a movie is generally about 120 pages long, in Holywood you will notice that a movie ending generally tends to finish on a happy upbeat note.
How many movies do you see the ‘bad guy’ win?
In the movie, the Silence of the Lambs, Agent Starling with the help of Hannibal Lecter gets her, he gets shot repeatedly because he is a ‘really bad guy’, Starling saves the hostage from being torn apart; she graduates.
But the ‘second bad guy’, Hannibal Lecter manages to escape and resume his life despite being a serial killer   
I am a big movie buff as you can tell.
In 2014, a three act drama was played out in Scotland called the Scottish Independence Referendum, Scotland’s ‘jolly fat man’ Alex Salmond cast himself in the role of the Hero, he also what is called in the movies a ‘sidekick’, In Errol Flynn movies that roles was taken up by Alan Hale, Hale’s character was the everyman, in the 2014 referendum, the role was taken by Nicola Sturgeon.
In our heroes we expect heroism; we expect the kind of honesty and integrity that you saw in the classic Errol Flynn movie, the Adventures of Robin Hood. The hero who puts people before self, in Salmond and Sturgeon, we didn’t get that, we had a pair of lowlifes who thought that lying, shouting freedom, blaming Westminster, big jolly fat man smile and no plan would be enough to trick Scotland into voting for independence.
The SNP cast themselves as the ‘heroes’ when in fact they were the ‘villains’, the ‘bad guys’, the people in movies who you sit and wait to see them getting what is coming to them.
I fought in the Scottish Independence Referendum, I was on the right side, the side of the Scottish people, and what did the Scottish people have to say to Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon?
In passing, I bumped into Adam Tomkins, he is now a Tory MSP for Glasgow, at the time, I said to him, that he should archive everything from Better Together.
In 2016, at the SNP Conference, Nicola Sturgeon has decided that she wants to do another three act drama; this will be called indyref 2. The reason which she hinges her reasons, is bogus, in fact it really doesn’t matter what the excuse is for the SNP. This one involves saying a lie that Scotland voted to stay in the European Union.
Scotland did not vote to stay in the European Union, the people of the United Kingdom voted by a majority to leave the European Union.
Never confuse Europe with the European Union, they are distinct entities.
So, in the three act drama that Sturgeon wants to run, she is the ‘heroine’, she is the cherished figure, don’t go Nicola, we love you and all that other bullshit you would see on a cheap and cheesy midweek show like RiverCity.  Apparently Nicola Sturgeon has discussed secret plans to call a snap Holyrood election to force another independence referendum. The idea is that she steps down and fights the campaign based on an EU vote.
In effective she wants to gamble her political career and stand down as First Minister in 2018 to secure a second vote on breaking up Britain.
Anyway before we go on time for a poem which unpopular Nicola Sturgeon should have read and didn’t, presumably too busy watching Borgen.
Sometime when you’re feeling important;
Sometime when your ego ‘s in bloom;
Sometime when you take it for granted,
You’re the best qualified in the room:
Sometime when you feel that your going,
Would leave an unfillable hole,
Just follow these simple instructions,
And see how they humble your soul.  
Take a bucket and fill it with water,
Put your hand in it up to the wrist,
Pull it out and the hole that’s remaining,
Is a measure of how much you’ll be missed.
You can splash all you wish when you enter,
You may stir up the water galore,
But stop, and you’ll find that in no time,
It looks quite the same as before.  
The moral of this quaint example,
Is to do just the best that you can,
Be proud of yourself but remember,
There’s no indispensable man.
But Nicola Sturgeon think she is, yes there will be a lot of noise and given the state of Labour and the Tories in Scotland, it is highly doubtful that Kezia Dugdale or Ruth Davidson will win the position of First Minister.
If this blog is about anything, it is about telling the truth.
So, there is no gamble on winning First Minister but the gamble that Sturgeon will win a Section 30 order out of Westminster is, and before she starts off on the path, she isn’t getting a Section 30 order.
Whatever the ‘deal’ made on Brexit is, apparently Sturgeon will say that the ‘deal’ isn’t good enough, toss on a bit of ‘Scotland taken out against her will’ and hey presto, SNP Grievance, otherwise known in housing schemes as ‘dick behaviour’.
So, we fast forward to 2018, Sturgeon resigns as First Minster, nothing gets done for a 28 days (are you noticing anything getting done now) and Scotland is off to the polls. The SNP win by a landslide, we are back at the same place, and Sturgeon is no further forward.
But she then says that she has a mandate.
 A senior source said:
“The plan then is for Sturgeon to resign as First Minister in the knowledge that neither Ruth Davidson or Kezia Dugdale could replace her. After 28 days of no government there will have to be an election and the SNP will make it into a single issue of holding an independence referendum.”
They added:
“The idea is that the election will be a platform to build a winning majority for independence in the referendum which would have to follow when the SNP win.”
At the present moment, I doubt that Sturgeon could get a majority in parliament so she would have to go knocking on the door of the Scottish Greens.
And as I mentioned to a Sheriff who sits on the bench last night, no Section 30 order which also means, no Yes Scotland official campaign, no Better Together campaign and no legal basis to do anything.
The Law can be quite unforgiving if you breach electoral law, and of course there will be no declaration of UDI.
What I find funny is that the SNP are leaking polling data which they say appears to show that as a result of Brexit many voters in Scotland have switched sides in the independence debate.
And it gets better, the SNP want to go around and use Brexit fears to get a coalition of the willing, civic groups, universities, colleges and other organisations.
Kirsty Hughes, a leading Brussels-watcher, said on current events:
“[This] would mean Scotland could, as part of its divorce talks with the UK, hold parallel membership talks with the EU, and attempt to limit the damage so that its laws did remain consistent with the EU, allowing fast-track negotiations and re-entry.”
Let’s break this down; the Westminster Government will not give a Section 30 order.
As there will be no divorce talks because there will be no second referendum. The SNP won’t be holding parallel talks because if the scenario that Ms. Hughes painted was true, the UK and Scotland would have to be finish and sign off on independence before Brussels could even talk to the SNP, and they can’t and won’t do that if there are live talks in process.
That would be classed as interfering in the domestic politics of a member state, and that is a big no no!
If Scotland were independent, they wouldn’t get fast track membership, this is another myth used by the SNP.
Try this article:
Internal domestic problems in at least 4 EU countries will see a veto against Scotland; you would think an EU watcher like Ms. Hughes would know this!
So, in conclusion, Nicola Sturgeon does her three act drama, act 1, not happy with Brexit, act 2, the election, ‘let’s save Nicola as FM’ and act 3, failure.
When it comes to politics, you should look at Nicola Sturgeon’s track record in power, it is a career littered with failure to lead, failure as a First Minster, failure as Health Minister, failure as the day to day face of the Yes Campaign, failure to make Scotland a better place, and also failure as a local MSP, just look at Govanhill.
The people of Scotland won’t vote for Scottish independence under the Scottish National Party, and not under her leadership.
In movies, the ‘heroine’ is always saved or saves the day, but Nicola Sturgeon isn’t a ‘heroine’, she may wrap herself in ‘selfies’ with kids to appear ‘caring’ and ‘likeable’ but as she knows she isn’t and when you look in her eyes, you do see an angry vicious nasty little person staring right back at you.
Scotland says NAW Nicola!
Yours sincerely
George laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University   

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