MOAN SAYS the 100 per cent of Scots who vote have the right to expect Holyrood’s committee system to temper the excesses of the SNP majority government.
By Moan McVulpine – The auntie of anti-Scots accusers
THE UNICAMERAL system in the Scottish Parliament was originally a good idea.
Scottish voters, unaware of the system, were originally protected by the committee system’s plurality and diversity until a majority SNP government systematically proved it was not fit for purpose.
In fact, since 2011, the Nationalist government has abused it and vomited out a neverending list of authoritarian “mince” and incompetent legislation.
All too frequently, the Unicameral committee system is dominated by SNP MSPs.
Like the supine, loyal and disciplined New Labour styled spineless apparatchiks they really are, they rubber stamp the will of the executive and pay mere lip service to the committee system’s allegedly democratic role of legislative scrutiny.
Every time you hear a SNP drone politician moan about a “democratic deficit”, ask them to put their own house in order first.
Unless the rules change soon – and nobody’s holding their breath – the Scottish electorate will eventually waken up to the real meaning of elected dictatorship.
There would be hope if an effective opposition could be found under a rock somewhere.
But, with the putrefaction of the Scottish Labour party continuing apace and the toxic fallout of the Tories continuously tainting their Scottish compatriots by association, that’s not going to happen any time soon.
By the time any competent opposition to the embedded Nationalists arrives, it’s likely to be too late.
So yes, when zeitgeist Nationalists like Joan Mcalpine rabbit on about the archaic venerable joke that is the bicameral Westminster system, they should maybe be reminded to put their own house in order first.
The Unicameral system was never meant to support a majority government.
The SNP juggernaut with its centralising, dictatorial and authoritarian mindset has exploited that anomaly to the full. And we’re all paying the price.