SNP step up political censorship in order to prove, once again, that they are indeed “more Unionist than the Unionists”
By Canny Baytrustit
SCOTTISH CITIZENS seeking to hold public and quasi-public authorities to account were told “get it up ye’s” today by the Scottish Government.
Scotland’s Information Commissioner has described proposed reforms to freedom of information law as “a boot in the baws to” to those interested in governmental transparency.
Information Commissioner Rosemary Hagnew is due to bore SNP Finance Committee drones today with public interest concerns which coincidentally also bore Firstminster Sun King Alex of Salmond.
As part of the proposed reforms, Nationalist ministers want to give Prince Charles, his mither, faither, skivvy reps, and thicko sons, an absolute right to interfere in government business in secret and without repercussion.
In Scotland at present, Royal Family information can be published but this has been considered “too progressive” by ministers.
Defending the new Monarchy protection racket, deferential Cavalier Royalist spokesperson for the SNP, The Right Honourable Sir Wee Naebudy, said: “We believe that Prince Charles with his thousands of years of inherited non-elected privilege behind him has a deferential right to interfere in the democratic process in Scotland should he so wish.
“We’re just bringing the legislation into line with our pro-UK policy of ‘more Unionist than the Unionists’, so there.”
The SNP have further reinforced their commitment to anti-public interest secrecy with a Vested Interests ‘get out of jail’ clause.
This will give bodies such as private prisons, PFI initiatives, government appointed Trusts and Kenny MacNaeskill’s lawyer pals the ability to continue their carte blanche non-accountability without consequence.
Public interest Freedom of Information bore Rosemary Hagnew said: “Secrecy is the freedom tyrants dream of. Sweet dreams Alex.”
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