FOR TOO long Twitter has been a platform for free expression. This has to stop. Some people might not agree with independence and this has been found to be offensive to true Scots – a beacon for independence thought and humanity. AhDinnaeKen investigates Alyn Smith MEP’s crusade against the forces of independence darkness:
I haff a list of all Anti-Scots Twitter accounts by geo-location and they can expect a night time visit if they do not desist from their Anti-Scots behaviour said the Europrat (above) yesterday.
By Paw Grom – freedom of speech and politically motivated hostilities detective
TWITTER USERS in Scotland are a “clear target” for fundraising mendicants operated by hostile assimilated Englishmen, a report commissioned by an SNP Europrat has found.
The report estimated that somewhere between 98% and 100% of assimilated English Twitter activity is “positively malign”.
Most of this potentially faux activity centres around independence and the need to raise money to sue women for freely expressed newspaper comments.
But despite this, the report said Scotland’s social media usage remains “largely repetitive”.
The report was carried out by Cosmopolitan Speech Inspector turned investigative censor and author JJ Goebbels.
A new website was also launched to assist ‘verified’ Scots Twitter users to ‘report’ and ‘out’ Anti-Scots Twitter abusers.
What were the conclusions of the investigation?
The report points the finger at those hostile to the Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP).
They are invariably classified as “state hostile yoons and non-state hostile yoons”.
Scotland is a clear target for “Yoons” due to the embedding of the only party which claims to be “Stronger for Scotland” – the SNP.
The report concluded: “Scottish Twitter and Scotland in general does have a problem with ‘Yoons’, both malign and hateful, and the scale of the problem is quantifiable – 55% at the last referendum in 2014.
“This does have some impact on Scottish public discourse and there is too much influence exerted both on and off social media.
“However, Scotland remains largely positive that the Anti-Scots Yoons can be sent back to where they belong – England.”
What will be done about the problem?
The report says “simple changes” can make Twitter a no go zone for Yoons in Scotland and around the world.
These changes will include:
- Twitter to identify and shut down Yoon accounts. Any profile which displays a Union flag or a ‘Yawn’ badge will be suspended indefinitely and their operators will forfeit 45% of their material goods.
- Verification of Scots identity via geo-location into three categories: True Scots, Non-Scots and Anti-Scots.
- Geo-blocking of any and all accounts which do not promote the official “Stronger for Scotland” philosophy of ‘Independence at all costs’.
The report states: “The presence of malign Yoons on the platform will continue as long as social media permits freedom of expression.
“This does impact on public discourse and even influences voting behaviour.
“Independence minded politicians need to lead the debate to discover final solutions, because the question is no longer if Yoons are for real but whether they should be allowed to freely express their reprehensible ideas.”
What has Alyn Smith said about the report?
Mr Smith said there had been moments where his sanctimonious expostulations had not rung true such as his claim to be ‘hard working’ at the European Parliament.
He explained: “Hardly anyone has heard of me and I need to appear relevant.
“I’ve received dozens of Tweets asking who I am and my retort of “ask Nicola” is mostly ignored.
“I do not have enough relevance or points of substance to make, to have an impact politically so, jumping on a conspiracy theory bandwagon with a smidgeon of substance seems the most likely direction to take in order to get a modicum of victimhood attention.”
The Europrat added: “We have to be honest too. By shutting down the Yoons, we can get over the hurdle of currency, EU membership and post independence austerity.
“The hateful Yoons don’t believe us when we say everything will work out fine.
“We’ll never change their minds, so this gives us the chance to shut them up instead.
“Or, at least, that’s what Alex Salmond told me.”