SNP DRONES have been warned against mentioning ‘social justice’ while Michelle Thomson’s business affairs are given the once over:
By Moan McVulpine – providing succour for charlatans everywhere
IT WAS compared to Hitler’s belief in the power of the ‘Big lie’. Michelle Thomson exposed it as a sick joke.
During the general election, SNP drone politicians were told to continually refer to the SNP’s commitment to ‘social justice’.
Apparently it plays to the Nationalist mindset lurking in everyone to feel morally superior to opposition groups such as the paedophilic warmongering traitorous anti-Scots Unionist parties.
SNP activists and politicos alike were encouraged to monotonously bang on about the party’s commitment to ‘social justice’ while ignoring the exploitative predatory antics of their own would be politicians.
The internet was aghast at the lack of basic checks by the Nationalist machine to root out unsavoury characters from representing the party and, by extension, Scotland.
Sadly, not too many were surprised. Convicted wife beater Bill Walker’s selection as a MSP set the benchmark. Michelle Thomson’s selection continued the tradition.
Someone asked if the SNP will still be able to refer to being the party of ‘social justice’ without people laughing in their face.
The simple answer is, I’m afraid not. Next!
Hard on Nationalists like to castigate their opponents as traitors to their country. Joan McAlpine in her recent Daily Redcoat rant delivered a hard core sermon about “imposition” of identity on the Scots by the evil British Brainwashing Corporation.
She invoked the paranoid conspiracy mentality of fringe nutcases like the Wings Over Scotland sect and Newsnet “crackpot” GA Ponsonby, by citing TV programmes such as the Great British bake off as examples of imposed cultural imperialism.
We’re still laughing our kilts off at that one. Padded cells and straitjackets come to mind.
But the essence of the ‘big lie’. The fundamentals of the Nationalists sick joke are no laughing matter.
McAlpine recently attended the Hope Over Fear rally – fronted by convicted perjurer Tommy Sheridan. Her attendance was apt and told its own story.
Joan effectively wrote the book ‘A Time to Rage’ which chronicled, what was then considered to be, Tommy’s heroic struggle against the forces of an oppressive state.
But, as was later revealed by Sheridan’s subsequent court cases, it was all a fabricated sham. A frontispiece of Tommy’s unbridled, ego driven, ambition to promote Tommy.
A hubristic messianic powerdrive, so to speak.
Tommy had only ever been about Tommy. His antics in court, and his motivation to protect his public reputation, demonstrated his ruthless willingness to turncoat and sell out his own principles, political convictions, friends, family, party and position.
Anyone with any ability to reason could see that. The evidence was all laid out in court by Tommy’s scorched earth policy of putting anyone who opposed him to the sword while burning all of his previous achievements.
The crash and burn strategy of the reckless unwavering arsonist.
McAlpine’s attendance at Tommy’s Hope Over Fear political vehicle can be taken as approval of such behaviour. It possibly explains her ability to see an imposed imperialism in the Great British bake off.
If I could shout in her tin ear – I would say, ‘we’re on to you’.
McAlpine’s the type, just like Tommy, who would rather everything ie Scotland, crashed and burned around her, in order to achieve her driving political ambition.
There’s no room for ‘social justice’ in that vision of her great wee country.
It speaks volumes about the Nationalist mindset.
Be afraid Scotland. Be very afraid.