SCOTS MPs have now boarded the high speed grievance gravy train. Moan gauges why there will be 5 billions reasons for some intricately networked whining and why there will be 5 billion more.
By Moan McVulpine – Hitting the buffers on the wrong track
IT WAS once described, by a Scottish Firstminster, as a railroading vote which would derail Westminster’s subjugation of the rebellious Scots.
Nationalist Scots MPs en masse, we were told, would shake the venerable, archaic, undemocratic British establishment of cronyism, corruption and corpulencey into the 21st century enlightenment of Scotland’s democratic ‘awakening’.
Or so they would have had us believe.
That was always a crazy claim to make of the General Election – every study of the giddying assertions made by the Scottish Nationalists has now proven that they can’t even unseat a poor old tottering pensioner from his favourite seating arrangement.
What an unedifying start.
What the pre-election SNP rhetoric did ironically do, however, was push Scot-Nationalist fearing English Labour voters into voting for UKIP while Lib-Dem voters opted for the Tories.
A precursor of Nationalism begetting Nationalism and a sign of things to come.
And, like a Scottish Television besotted Schmuck chuckling over a Nationalist Front polemic, Scotland’s voters fell for the rousing Nationalistic rhetoric – Stronger for Scotland – and thus played a welcome role, by the Tories at least, in helping to deliver the first Tory majority government in over 20 years.
Now that’s what I call echoes of 79 – when the SNP were in the vanguard of assisting Mrs Thatcher into power.
So send your thanks for what’s to come to St Nicola of Sturgeon: a right wing Nationalist Tory government is just what Scotland needs to keep the food banks in full shameful employment and the fires of outraged grievance merchandising well and truly blazing in the hearts of many many Scots.
Scotland’s hope no longer lies in the festering, navel gazing, rotting Labour party. It lies in shellshocked ruin thanks to itself. It may never recover in Scotland.
No, Scotland’s hope lies in Nationalist schism. With over 100,000 new members, 50 new MPs – some of whom are barely able to string a legible sentence together never mind defend a policy – that represents a lot of careful cat herding to be done by the Nationalist centralising apparatchik.
If the Unionist MSM, establishment and political elites really did have some sort of sinister cunning plan they would mercilessly exploit, through interview and scrutiny, the record of the current Scottish Executive embedded in the Big Parish Cooncil at Holyrood.
But it would have to be executed in a way which would chip away at the obvious divisions and tensions inherent in the Scot Nationalist behemoth.
Get it wrong and the UK’s managed decline over the past 50 years will further accelerate as the country collapses into bitter parochial factionalism and infighting.
Y’know, the stuff Nationalists of all persuasions, get off on.