Wee, sleekit, cow’rin, tim’rous Russell, O, what a panic’s in thy hustle

SNP Minster’s sinister side exposed as he scythes heads off of working class students

“SNP Education policy takes perfectly good plums as students, and turns them into prunes.” – AhDinnaeKen. Best advice for students – get a job.

By Clan Destine

SNEAKY BACKSTABBING Education Gauleiter Mike Bernhard Rust-ell came under continuous fire yesterday after his secretive attempts at student bursary cuts were publicly exposed.

The alleged intellectual powerhouse has cut a grand’s worth of bursary to the poorest students in the country.

But, according to SNP spinners, “it disnae matter too much” because the working class will still vote Yes come the Neverendum.

Rust-ell’s assault on the poorest and most vulnerable in the nation came before his big boss Moses Salmond made his ‘Declaration of Universal Benefits’ in Whollyrude yesterday.

The gulf between what the SNP say and what they do is becoming increasingly difficult for the party to maintain.

A Skintland Government press release made nae mention of the bursary cuts enabling the SNP Tartan Tory division to launch a full on assault of sanctimonious self righteousness on the Labouring divisions of Red Tories.

In classic “Ignorance is Strength” doublespeak, Mr Rust-ell had told students they would have more money in their pockets.

But a nice newspeak switcheroo showed he had instead fleeced them of a grand – just like that.

“The savings made will help bolster the cabinet’s pension pots” he said.

Mr Rust-ell is no stranger to controversy or weasel word creepiness.

He helped his wife into a secure job when the school she was working at faced the axe.

And, while Nats were frothing themselves into apoplectic lathers of outrage at the insult “tae oor wee country” by the Economist, he had already claimed that Glasgone was a dump “stinking of pish and littered with dead junkie bodies.”

SNP spokesperson for cover-ups, misinformation, FOI request denials and disingenuous sophistry, Wee Naebudy said: “We need to face up to the tough choices facing the country. Do you trust the SNP middle-class clique devoid of talent and free thought? Or do you give them the big heave ho come the vanity project Neverendum?”

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6 responses to “Wee, sleekit, cow’rin, tim’rous Russell, O, what a panic’s in thy hustle

  1. Allan Borthwick

    Politics and the fate of mankind are formed by men without ideals and without greatness.Those who have greatness within them do not go in for politics.
    Albert Camus

  2. On the subject of political quotes, thought I noticed one from George Laird towards the end there!

    Oh well, at least I don’t think Mike Russell has made a fortune on the sale of a taxpayer-subsdised Edinburgh flat to augment his pension pot.

    But nice work if you can get it, as another great thinker once said.

    • Allan Borthwick

      Politics is supposed to be the second oldest profession. I have come to realise that it bears a very close resemblance to the first .Ronald Reagan (1981). Reagannomics is alive and well in Scotland. Professor Arthur Midwinter. Mr Winton I do really like your blog and appreciate your sardonic comments on all the non-sense that pervades these steams of ‘political’ comment especially those that reflect the ’cause’ in your city. Walter Humes piece In the ‘Scottish Review’ was for me an opinion that sums up a lot of the ‘keech’ that right thinking people have to endure. Please keep the blog going , cheer up things can only get better ( mabye)

      • Thanks for the kind words, Allan. And indeed *wise* words, although I don’t mean that in relation to what you say about myself, hehe.

        Yes, I really look forward to Walter Humes’ weekly contribution in the Scottish Review as well. Probably the most prominent of the commentators whose views most reflect my own, for example on what he calls ‘narrative privilege’.

    • Stuart

      Well observed. George has an insight we ignore at our peril.

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