Former Prime Minister John Major warns Scotland

John Major gives his starkest warning yet to Scots considering breaking away from the oppressive subjugating Union. It doesn’t take much Readering between the lines. AhDinnaeKen investigates:

"Between Unionists and Nationalists there is no friendship possible. There is passion, enmity, worship, love, but no friendship." - Oscar Wilde

“Between Unionists and Nationalists there is no friendship possible. There is passion, enmity, worship, love, but no friendship.” – Oscar Wilde

By Gottabee Purrfect

FORMER OIL wasting Scottish asset stripping prime minister, Sir John Major, has warned Scotland that it should never allow Eddi Reader back on the BBC’s Question Time.

In a speech to the Institute of Passionate Natives Who Live Here, Sir John said there “cannot and should not be another BBC programme with that impassioned heidbanger on it.”

This is also the intention of the Scottish Government.

The Scottish Government said Sir John was right to suggest the rest of the UK should not have been allowed to see Eddi Reader as an “independence asset”.

Sir John’s comments follow  last night’s ‘car crash’ broadcast of Question Time throughout the whole of the UK.

He said: “It is quite clear that Eddi Reader should not be allowed out on her own.

“She is a danger to everyone she comes into contact with, particularly her ‘ain folk’ and the alleged momentum of the independence campaign.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if the Unionists tried to recruit her for Bitter Together.

“She could do more for Scots resolve than Cameron and Osborne combined.”

While conceding that the UK wouldn’t know what had hit it if Eddi was unleashed on the campaign trail, the former prime minister accepted that Eddi would take the fight to whoever wasn’t Scottish enough, or whoever didn’t live here enough.

Cringing, embarrassed, mortified, shaken, affronted and humiliated spokesperson for the Nationalists, Wee Naebudy said: “Christ, it huz to be admitted, that performance last night has probably set us back three hunner year.

“Somebody will huv to huv a word – but no me!”

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