Monday, January 10, 2022

"I will do everything within my power to do this" does not mean the same thing as "I will do this, this will be done"


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20 comments:

  1. I wouldn’t mind skipping a ref and campaigning for a 2024 election instead. If it was used to determine independence directly.

    Much like the old SNP policy. Probably won’t happen though.

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  2. What a pathetic performance by Sturgeon on Scotlánd Tonight. A person desperate to lead her country to freedom - NOT. You are having a laugh at us Sturgeon aren't you.

    Only the numpty nicophants will think everything is just fine and dandy. Only the numpties believe they know when the pandemic will be over. Only the numpties think Sturgeon will go ahead if the UK Supreme Court rules against her. It is not Sturgeon who is the problem it is the numpty nicophants who support her who will be responsible for Scottish independence not happening.

    Of course just like the numpties refused to accept responsibility for Holyrood being full of Britnats ( both votes SNP) they will absolve themselves of all blame when independence falls. It will be all Alba's fault.

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    1. Imposter at 9.47am. Who could this numpty be? I have obviously upset so many of the WGD nicophantic numpties the list is probably very long.

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  3. I see this in a potentially more positive light.

    If she does everything in her power and a referendum is implemented, then great, job done.

    If she does everything in her power and a referendum is not implemented then it makes it clear that she has insufficient power and another more radical approach is required.

    If she does not do everything in her power then she cannot be trusted with the job in hand and she should be replaced with somebody / some other party who can be.

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    1. "I did everything in my power, but they blocked me; therefore I'm off to my new job at UN/WHO/Gates FOundation."

      Been the plan all along, unlike indy - it was always a means to an end for her.

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  4. Sturgeon continues to put party before country. She's on course to go down in history as a traitor to Scotland.

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  5. The BBC, Tories (including Ruth Davidson) sticking the boot in to Johnston. If Johnston is forced out Sturgeon will have wasted the opportunity to get Scotland free of the UK when the most useless hated PM ever is in Downing st. She has, however, managed to moan a lot about Johnston and maximise her number of MPs and MSPs on the back of Johnston being PM.

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  6. The simple truth is Sturgeon has no power to deliver a ref in any year, the only time she's ever been honest is when she stated Scotland can't be Independent without a S30, well thats true if the only option was a ref its not there is a plebicite but her party won't vote for it.

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  7. The WGD numpties eyes are wide open when it comes to Tory/Westminster corruption and wrong doing but eyes wide closed when it is directly in front of them in their own SNP leadership.

    Johnston could do worse than getting John REDACTOR MAN Swinney down to Westminster on a short term loan to do the same to the partygate investigation.

    Does politics attract corrupt people or does politics corrupt people over time? Perhaps it is both. There is no doubt that Westminster and Holyrood governments are both lacking in integrity. Johnson however wins hands down as being the worst but that is no excuse for what Sturgeon has been doing.

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    1. Who is this nicophantic numpty, Bob Lamont has been pretty vocal lately but the list is a long one.

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  8. Scotland can hold a consultative referendum whenever it wants. Brexit was a consultative refendum.

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  9. With great power comes great implausibility.

    The SNP are an indy joke now - lost their direction under the command of a decent lieutenant - sadly our general fkd off and left us to it. Wish I could have had a word with him - it was inevitable that he wouldn't be able to leave politics. Fkn stupid behaviour.

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    1. "decent lieutenant" my backside.


      Fifth columnist on the make, more like

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  10. Not a word by the WGD Nicophants about Sturgeon's performance on Scotland Tonight.

    Instead they discuss the merits of smoke alarms systems to meet the new Scotgov legal requirements. As energy bills go through the roof the Scotgov cost people more money instead of delivering the energy company they promised.

    Perhaps even the numpties can see the start of the backtracking and just want to do what they always do - stick their numpty heads in the sand and dream of independence.

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  11. Has Sue Ruddick been in touch with Downing st advising them to destroy their mobile phones?

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  12. The WGD numpty heads in the sand Nicophants are just so certain that a referendum is going ahead next year becuase the great leader said something.

    That weel kent liar Skier is in no doubt because Labour defector Dennis Canavan says he believes Nic. Who's next maybe John REDACTOR MAN Swinney.

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    1. The ultra thicko nicophant Hamish 100 is on WGD saying it's a disgrace that Canavan is being attacked on SGP and as a result he isn't voting for Alba in May.

      Two things ya numpty Hamish.

      1. That post was by an imposter from WGD and possibly by you just to generate your own disgust.

      2. As if anyone would believe you were ever going to vote for Alba in the first place.

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