SNP end right to buy false assertions

Venerable minster, Keach Brownstuff, ends the Skintish public’s right to buy parish cooncil assertions fae the SNP as Salmond et al fantasy over NATO membership is cruelly and easily exposed under simple scrutiny at the Big Boy’s Parliament in Westminster.

Keach Brownstuff yesterday following his humiliation at the Big Boy’s Parliamentary Committee.

Keach Brownstuff yesterday following his humiliation at the Big Boy’s Parliamentary Committee.

By Totta Harsh-Lesson

INDEPENDENT SKINTS would have their right to buy fantasy assertions from the SNP abolished by 2014 according to real world reality.

Venerable minster, Keach Brownstuff, was forced to admit that Five Pension Salmond’s assertion of “automatic” entry to NATO wisnae as accurate an assertion as he had ever given to the sovereign people of Skintland.

In terms of the debate it was true, in terms of reality it was pish.

The admission came under the lightest of Westminster Parliamentary Committee scrutiny and prompted much laughter, tittering, pointing, guffawing and ‘nudge nudging’ at the SNP minster’s expense.

Thanks tae the SNP, these people were also laughing at Skintland.

The SNP and Skintish nation’s embarrassment follows several other embarrassments which are just as embarrassing to Skints hoping, wishing, dreaming and fantasising that Independence will help us escape from world reality and the Tory Toff embarrassment at Westminster.

Independent experts confirmed that the piss poor showing fae the SNP at the Big Boy’s Parliament would lead to Trident on the Clyde for as long as the USA, through its rUK poodle satellite, wanted it stationed there.

Fantasist, obscurist, sophist and reality denier spokesperson for the SNP, Wee Naebudy, said: “This is isnae whit ye think. Trident on the Clyde will be temporary after we achieve Independence.

“They might be there fir anither hunner year, but in terms of oor thoosand year ‘economic levers’ vision, that can still be called temporary.”

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