Wednesday, December 18, 2019

VIDEO: The SNP's six best results in Election 2019

So just before I give the now-world-famous "Random Totty From Freedom Square" her camera back (and a million thanks to her for rescuing the situation after I bought a useless camcorder), I thought I'd record one more video to complete my series about the 2019 election.  See if you can spot the "deliberate mistake" in this one.


73 comments:

  1. Is good that President Jamez is growing in confidence and communicating spirit of national destiny with common touch.

    Also we have Evita if he should snuff it.

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  2. For me previous differentials (eg. 2015) are less important than circumstances when it comes to the wow factor. In that light, the two best results last week were East Dumbartonshire and Krcaldy and Cowdenbeath. Absolutely stonking. Really brought a smile to my face.

    Amy Callaghan and Neale Hanvey (and their teams) deserve so much credit for overcoming the odds. LibDesm vote held steady elsewhere mind. Hopefully a fair suspension hearing will be carried out and Neale will e reinstated in the party.

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    1. James deserves so much credit for overcoming the odd.

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  3. I dinnae swear that often but I did shout at the TV GIRFUY when some o the results came in.
    Pete Wishart's crushing victory had me on my feet, and so glad tae see the back o so many soor faced sooks.

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  4. Highest turnout was East Dunbartonshire at 80%.

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  5. I' happy to be keeping Pete Wishart's seat for the SNP but not happy it's Pete Wishart holding it, when he said he would put his name forward for the Speaker's job he wasn't joking, although he claimed he was but that was only after he got the phone call to withdraw his statement or he was on his bike
    Pete Wishart unfortunately is a person who would claim he wants Independence for the next hundred years as long as he could stay in Westminster claiming that

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    1. Pete winds up the London establishment.
      They don't like his blunt style.
      He had them spitting feathers when he mentioned the speakers job.
      Seems he got you too anonymous.

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    2. Pete Wishart was told to shut his mouth over this because supporters and members of the SNP complained, this is not the first time Pete Wishart has been told to shut up

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    3. Woke To Our IdentityDecember 18, 2019 at 5:26 PM

      But how many songs did he write? Or was he just the piano player?

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  6. I spotted the mistake, re Edin N & Leith, percentages were incorrect re 2015..tho it switches on screen to the Aberdeen result at the same time...good to see though all in all. This is why the Britnat media can't bring themeslves to even say 'SNP' right now and I see today are still giving the one Labour MP in Scotland a media platform, but no such attention for the SNP!

    non anon, Hetty,

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    1. It's funny, every time they use words like 'landslide', 'emphatic', 'triumphant', 'overwhelming' etc in relation to Johnson's win, this reinforces the SNP's much greater mandate.

      We just have to tap them on the should each time and go...Erm, but remember... :-)

      It's just utterly impossible to squirm out of.

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  7. I see Boris has his first NHS strike.

    Nurses in N. Ireland striking on his watch.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-50829634

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    1. They say they're striking because they want the same wages as in the UK, which country of the UK do we think they mean because the wages are more in Scotland and why were they singing *you won't get me a part of the Union*

      You would think that they might look at their relatives in the rest of Ireland and and admire what they've got rather than whatever England is going to offer them

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    2. Rubbish. I deplore rubbish.

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    3. The Unions are controlled by Sinn Fein Fienyans. Nurse O'Ratchett

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    4. Let's play troll bingo: Reference to Sinn Fein/IRA.
      Check.

      Terrible spelling. Check.

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    5. Let us check who is holding up progressive politics in NI and the public services. Could it be Sinn Fein IRA who just want the Irish language the restoration of the Pape Church and good grammar.

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    6. Drunken rambling? Check.

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    7. They want good Irish grammar? That's aspirational.

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  8. That's a pretty high level of anti-Scottish racism in England. 48% hate Scottish people so much they'd take away their right to vote, making Scotland an English colony it seems.

    In Scotland, an overwhelming majority back a new indyref (52% ex DK). An emphatic, nay triumphant level of support it at 46%. Considerably greater than the Tories just got in the election certainly.

    https://twitter.com/YouGov/status/1207324080644542466

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  9. Ah, yes, but what do you say about the 0.44% swing in Banff & Buchan?

    You need to address these things if we're going to let you sit at the Big Boys' Table.

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  10. James, perhaps you should let your random totty do the video by reading out your script. I forecast more logging into your site. L O L

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    1. Yes, you need to implement Equal Opportunities.

      Only then can a majority get behind you to condemn Rev Stu.

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    2. RT could hold her own with the best of the Putinesque.

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    3. Wingsy is condemning himself without any help from anybody and he'll yet again pay the price for it, that'll give him something else to complain about to the donkeys that the FMs out to get him, don't vote SNP because he can do it better please give me money to fight the dreaded SNP, coming soon

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    4. The best way of starving Stu of cash is by donating to the Random Totty Crowdfunder.

      You know it makes sense.

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  11. Stirling SNP had a huge advantage.

    Stephen Kerr was the perfect example of a Tory you could ever imagine.

    Every time he appeared on the telly he cost the Tories votes with his appalling attitude to democracy.

    Good riddance. Alyn Smith on telly earlier, the difference is night and day

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  12. Alyn Smith did his job well in thr EU, he'll do it well down in the cesspit

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  13. Skier, just wondering if the Brit MSPs will get a payout when they crawl away from the EU Mafia so called Parliament on 1st of February 2020.

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    1. Well if the Labour Tories and Liberals can get knighthoods and Lordships and pensions for life without ever winning an election, or if Farage can go on to be a Peer of the realm of your overlords and masters they likely will, but the Scottish ones don't, just as no one in the SNP has accepted a wage rise since 2010 and the excess goes direct to charity
      Of course your Labour Tories and Labour all have accepted their wage rises which means that the useless Britnats in your chosen parties who do nothing are actually paid more then the governing party

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    2. I predict that will be deleted.

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  14. GWC proves that a Britnat turd can compose a partly lucid sentence.

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  15. Young James that video a perfect setting. I was expecting Bing to appear and Sing White Christmas.

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  16. It's interesting to note that the Scotland act only reserves matters concerning the 'union' to Westminster.

    Naturally, matters concerning Scottish 'independence' (i.e. non-union) are not reserved.

    This is of course in line with self determination. The union and life within it, including devolution, are ultimately reserved matters. Scotland cannot have devolution without English consent etc.

    Independence is nothing to do with the union however, so not reserved. It's just not a matter for England/Wales/NI, but the Scottish people alone.

    It would be better to have England accept the end of the union / recognise Scottish indy though, rather than be an aggressive power that might seek to occupy Scotland and violently subjugate its people as per current threats. Hence the sense in a Section 30.

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  17. Why is it that Scottish Nat si female Mps are motormouths. Just listening to that Kirsty something or other. She has not come up for breath.

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    1. Natsi/Natsis. Check.

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    2. So that's not all women then, just the specially bred SNP women the one's they genetically engineer in a bunker underneath Holyrood where they do all their nasty experiments to create the perfect SNP ers

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    3. GWC why did you develop into such an offensive Britnat turd. Did your mother have constipation when giving birth to you?

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    4. As long as they do not breed

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    5. People who get offended are brain dead.

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    6. GWC, posting his filth in the night when there's nobody there. What do we care?

      All the lonely people, where do they all come from?

      All the lonely people, where do they all belong?

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    7. Mocking learning disability? Check.

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  18. For some reason, someone attempted to copy and paste Peter A Bell's rant from several months ago. It was untrue then and remains untrue now. To remove comments I have to remove them individually. It's not possible to 'ban' someone on this platform. But thank you for confirming that "Big Eater from Perth" is Peter in disguise - I'd been wondering why that person kept posting extremely random off-topic comments with a vague air of menace.

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  19. After 31 January 2020 there will be no excuse for not nationalising our railway. The EU neo liberal con merchants are gone.

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    1. Nationalisaiton of the railways is a UK government reserved matter.

      The Scottish government can only attempt a public sector bid to go to competitive tender alongside other private sector bids.

      This doesn't change on leaving the EU as it's UK reserved law.

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    2. So Labour, Libs and Greens were wrong in saying Scotlands Railway's should be brought into back into public ownership.

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    3. It's entirely up to them to seek for that to happen, however, rail privatisation / nationalisation is a UK reserved matter.

      Selection of the service provider for local Scotrail services via competitive tender is the final decision of the Scottish government, and UK (and EU for now) competition rules must be followed in that selection. A public sector bid can be attempted.

      The Scottish government don't have the power to just straight out nationalise though. The UK government must change the law here or devolve that power.

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  20. You mean just like Labour has nationalised the railways in Wales, oh hang on.....

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    1. You do not nationalise Welsh Hornby.

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    2. Anti-Cymricism? Check.
      Public masturbation? Check.

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    3. I have also forgotten the wide ranging nationalisation programmes of the Blair/Brown years.

      Who's going to be first to get the full house? I think I just need a Knickerless reference.

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  21. Labour and the Greens play politics when they demand nationialisation of railways as it's a lie and they know it the Tories also lie about many things in Holyrood, they know what are reserved matters and what are not but they also know that punters are ill informed about what powers the Scottish Government actually do have so it suits them to try and make it look like the government is refusing to do something when they're not



    If a governemt any government is doing well in office the only way to remove them is by concerted lying, fortunately because not everyone is stupid or chooses not to inform themselves even just a little bit it fails to work

    The Scottish government would have the power to do many things in Scotland if it were not for the constraints of the blood sucking Union of England living off Scottish oil for the last fifty years or Scotland would have been in the same financial position as Norway

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    1. Oil is oil. The oil belongs to the UK. RuK would be entitled to more than half the oil revenue as it was discovered pre any devolution and in UK waters. It cannot be stolen due to a vote.

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    2. GWC is obviously a number of Britnat turds. Impossible for one Britnat turd to produce so much shite. So the question is how many turds are there behind GWC?
      A normal Britnat lies but Britnat turds like GWC just post shite.

      Oil is oil - typical Britnat shite sound bite.

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    3. All mineral rights return to the country of origin in all cases of Independence
      "Without Scotland's oil and gas England or rump UK has nothing to sell, financial services are mobile and can go wherever they like"
      Jim Rodgers world renowned economist and Bloomberg commentator

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  22. Skier, The Department of Transport own LNER. You could ask them to take over the so called Scotlands Railway.

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    1. No, they can only submit a bid to the tender process.

      You are sounding like you are thick as pigshit. I'm hoping you are just putting it on.

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    2. So the Jocko Gov put out the tender and can put in their own tender for their tender process! I am as thick as your normal Jock.

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    3. I said that above.

      "Selection of the service provider for local Scotrail services via competitive tender is the final decision of the Scottish government, and UK (and EU for now) competition rules must be followed in that selection. A public sector bid can be attempted."

      That's not nationalisation though. Nationalisation would mean and end to tendering and the public section would of course be guaranteed to control things.

      However, that's not possible as part of the UK as it's a reserved matter.

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    4. So like me we should nationalise the railways.

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    5. If a nationalised Scotrail can be like e.g. Norwegian railways, then I absolutely support it.

      But like the British Railways of old? 'No thanks'.

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  23. I see J.K. Rowling is now a transphobe.

    It took someone losing their job for stating the self evident truth that a man complete with Y chromosome, penis, (all natural) thick beard and sans vagina, was in fact 'male', for all hell to finally break loose.

    Thank god for JK (I can't believe I'm saying that). This shite might start getting sensible, so folks can finally move on.

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    1. So I have had a look at the RevStu alternative Twitter account. It's reporting that Jeggit (Jason Michael)'s account has been locked for "hateful conduct".
      Could there be a pattern here?

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    2. Skier, did you have any issue that made you have an antipathy towards Rowling?

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    3. Her books a bit shite. A rip-off of 'The worse witch' it seems to me.

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    4. She seems to be liked by children and Harry Potter! My favourite book is the Ragged Trousered Philanthropist.

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    5. Harry Potter and the Stoned Philosopher wis no bad.

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  24. I love dressing up as a man with a wig and using a dummy willie. I can go into male toilets and watch them giving their tools the final shakes. It is very exciting. I am barrister in Holyrood Edinburgh advising the Government.

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    1. You'll have to go and live in Bath too

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    2. Pointless identity concealment? Check.

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  25. Aye and the six worst were where the SNP lost the postal vote heavily and there is silence from the SNP about that.

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