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BBC to blame for Scotland’s spinelessness – Salmond

BROKEN bitter blustering loser hits out at the BBC for non-compliance to the ‘Scottish’ way of doing things:

Marr - an assimilated Englishman who long ago sold out his sovereign nation.

Come the day of Independence and reckoning, Marr will be one of the first BBC stoolpigeons up against the wall.

By Crybaby Loser

SCOTTISH REFERENDUM loser, Nonminster Salmond, has declared cybernat conspiracy theory ‘open season’ on the BBC.

Blaming the Beeb for everything from his exposed lying to Andrew Neil, to not reporting his scare stories on the NHS properly, the increasingly bitter crybaby angrily denied that he might have had something to do with September 18’s result.

Salmond, who recently stood down as faither of the nation and saviour (heroic loser division) of the people, declared that if it hadn’t been for the BBC then he could have pulled the wool over the eyes of every voter in Scotland – including the traitorous coffin dodging over 55s.

He said: “I would have got away with it if it hadn’t been for those pesky BBC kids and their half-baked ideas of ‘journalistic scrutiny’.”

But the BBC were blase over Salmond’s response.

“We’ve seen it all before” a bored and disinterested BBC government apparatchik said.

“Birds coming home to roost springs to mind. Impotent frustrated politicians always have to have someone else to blame – especially the power mad Nationalist type.

“The BBC is big enough and ugly enough to take the criticism on board, ignore it, and get on with our usual state sponsored propaganda and tissues of lies.

“Everyone, especially Rupert Murdoch, attacks the BBC over bias. Kind of tells you something, doesn’t it?”

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Moan McVulpine: Warning! Don’t cross your Nationalist masters

AS MOAN vows to continue smearing the wife she betrayed and later abused, the lesson’s clear: “Don’t attempt to cross your Nationalist masters. They get nasty when crossed.”

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By Moan McVulpine Backdating revisionism in anyone’s language

SCREEDS OF politicians can claim their work has destroyed lives, but none quite so personally as Moan McVulpine.

The award winning hackster-turned MSP set up some ‘questionable’ proxy payments for her illicit lover for ‘services’ rendered.

And then, got ignobly found out.

From 2012 onwards, the shit hit the fan for the erstwhile anti-Scots Finder General.

When the betrayed wife rumbled her, McVulpine backtracked quicker than a Westminster MP could flip their second home.

Timing was everything and McVulpine paid back a sum, out of her own pocket, which would keep an adult Jobseeker in benefit for six months.

Go figure!

As if to compound the aroma she leaves wherever she goes, the fragrant one issued threats to the betrayed wife through the office of National Selective’s favourite legal champion.

What a stinker! Eh?

And then, following the Firstminster’s lead for reporting himself to parliament, she reported herself to parliament – knowing full well that when she is inevitably cleared she can claim innocence, virtue and vindication against the right wing forces of media oppression, the Daily Mail.

All of which will more than serve the dual purpose of sticking it to the London elites and galavanising the MobNat legions sense of grievance.

In the eyes of the Nationalists at least.

Result!

Of course, she’ll go on under representing her list constituency and continue lifting her £57,000 salary and £20,000 plus expenses like every other ordinary Scot in the country.

It begs the question, how can such a piece of work continue without having to resign?

We* think we know the answer.

Ask Granny Salmond.

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SNP are right to dig two graves on day Thatcher is buried

AS the people paying the price of the £10million reminder of the SNP’s treacherous No confidence vote in 1979, shouldn’t the Scots be given the right to express their abhorrence of the freeloading list MSPs currently let loose in the Scottish plasticine parliament.

Moan McVulpine - delivering collateral damage every time she speaks
By Moan McVulpine Digging two graves – one for herself, one for her leader

THE SNP want to silence both Freedom of Information and unrevised history tomorrow for Margaret Thatcher’s funeral.

It seems they don’t want any more ding dongs or #internetnutcases disrupting their rosy notion of ‘civic’ nationalism.

Labour and the electorate were to blame for their cosying up to Thatcher the milk snatcher in 1979.

But, just as in 1979, present day Scots are in command of their own minds when it comes to judging the ‘virtuous’ antics of the SNP.

Eleven fine upstanding “totally honest” SNP centurion turkeys voted for electoral oblivion Xmas when they chose to stand shoulder to shoulder with the Iron lady in the No confidence voting lobby.

The Scots electorate couldnae believe it – anyone with eyes and ears could see and hear what was coming next from that particular brand of Toxic Tory.

Yet the SNP cosied up to her anyway. Do these people have foresight or political nous or any real genuine interest in their country other than power?

Two SNP MPs returned in the consequent 1979 general election was the Scottish electorate’s answer – No! They don’t.

The then SNP leader, Gordon Wilson, was fully expecting to double the SNP tally to around twenty MPs. Now that’s what I call foresight.

And then of course there are the revisionists. Boo hoo, the 40% rule made us do it they wailed. Boo hoo, big bad Labour pulled a fast one on us and didnae play fair they blubbed.

What they conveniently forget is: The weakness of a minority government which conceded the vote for a Scottish Assembly in return for SNP support, was the very same weakness which had to concede to the insertion of the unfair 40% rule in return for the Labour backbenches support.

Despite the best attempts of then Labour MP Denis Canavan to change that, the Labour cabal responsible for the 40% rule stayed resolute and the rule remained.

And that, as someone somewhere once said about something, “is politics, get it up ye.”

So any time you hear certain SNP types bemoaning the legacy of Thatcher and the hurt she inflicted on Scotland while simultaneously ripping us off with the monies garnered from the eighties North Sea Oil bonanza, it’s worth remembering just who the key players were in aiding, abetting and laying the red carpet to power for the Iron Lady – the SCOTTISH NATIONALIST PARTY.

Eleven Scottish SNP MPs voted for her in unison. Not one conscientious abstention.

That is the SNP legacy. That is something they always need to be reminded of at times like these.

And that, maybe part explains why Rupert Murdoch’s bestest backscratching pal, Alex Salmond said, when discussing Margaret Thatcher legacy: “We didn’t mind the economic side so much.”

Still, makes you wonder why some Labour and non-aligned types persist in calling the SNP ‘Tartan Tories’.

Me, ah couldnae possibly comment captain. Beam me up.

Indeed. Don't we all?

Indeed. Don’t we all?

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The MacLeveson verdict: Salmond WILL be judged

According to the Inralavyson report, Tricky Dicky Salmond cannot be criticised – in terms of the debate. But, in terms of what he was prepared to do, he should take every bit of criticism coming his way.

“All the world is made of faith, and trust, and pixie dust.”  ― J.M. Barrie. Welcome to the new Nationalist manifesto.

“All the world is made of faith, and trust, and pixie dust.” ― J.M. Barrie. Welcome to the new Nationalist manifesto.

By Hingimoot Toodry

MEDIA PIMP Rupert Murdoch’s favourite Caledonian ‘trick’ Tricky Dicky Salmond has been judged as a two faced traitorous empty coat by the people of this Sceptred Isle.

In return for favourable advertising space in a tawdry newspaper, Tricky Dicky was prepared to sell oot the people of England, Wales, Ireland and even his allegedly beloved Scotland, to the corrosive monopolistic forces of MacFoxy Murdochism.

But, in his favour, he did not actually do so because he was considered too “inconsequential” by people who half-know what they are doing on a national and international scale.

So, for what he did not do, he cannot be criticised.

For what he was prepared to do, he should be condemned to the pit of ignominy reserved for the likes of Lord Hee Hee Haw Haw, Oswald Muesli and Tony Bliar.

Tricky Dicky Salmond was prepared to sacrifice media plurality, democratic diversity, free speech and Moan McVulpine’s tits for the sake of a wee mention in the Scum.

As Niccolo Machiavelli said: “Politics have no relation to morals.”

He also added the little known footnote: “And Salmond bears no relation to a moralistic politician.”

That Scotland’s Firstminster was prepared to prostitute his position behind the smokescreen of “Scottish jobs and investment” demonstrates that there is no low to which he will not stoop in order to gain a sniff of power.

As Lord Inralavyson’s brother Lord Leveson said: “Such arguments were irrelevant to the decision which the Secretary of State had to make and could not lawfully be taken into account.

“Any decision influenced by them would have been impugned if the subject of judicial review.” (section 3.74 Leveson)

So, mibbes it’s worth revisiting the epithet that Tricky Dicky Salmond is a “formidable politician”.

“We do things differently here” has long lost its resonance with any sane person except for those lost souls addicted to Nationalist MacBarnum statements and 14th/18th century tales of anglophobic revenge.

Come the Neverendum it’s worth remembering the sage and wise words of Emma Goldman: “If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal.”

It’s also worth reflecting that the Firstminster said: “I have no responsibility for broadcasting policy, I have no responsibility for plurality in the press…”

And, therefore, he behaved completely irresponsibly in terms of the greater dangers and repercussions of such a deal being concluded.

Now, he says: “the Scottish Parliament has an inescapable responsibility to consider how Leveson should be implemented north of the border.”

AhDinnaeKen considers this cynically duplicitous to a point way beyond sinister, hence the less than humorous tone of this piece.

Saor Alba fae Tricky Dicky Salmond.

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SNP rustle – It wisnae me, a big boy did it and ran away

Scottish electorate warned to beware SNP Geeks bearing gifts

"In the Scottish Parliament, the only homage which they pay to Virtue - is hypocrisy." - Anon. The real question needing asked is who really pays the price? Answers on a Freedom of Misinformation denial form please.

“In the Scottish Parliament, the only homage which they pay to Virtue – is hypocrisy.” – Anon. The real question needing asked is who really pays the price? Answers on a Freedom of Misinformation denial form please.

By Trojan Cuddy

EDUCATION GAULEITER Mike Bernhard Rust-ell was forced to taste the nettle over his clandestine Thatcherite manifesto yesterday.

The senior SNP creep told MSPs that it was a fair cop he had been found out over his anti-universal benefits stance, but counter claimed “it wisnae me, a big boy did it and ran away”.

The issue of the “something for nothing” culture in Scotland has become the centre of a mud slinging competition with Red Tories accusing Tartan Tories of being Tories.

One political commentator said: “Does it really matter, they’re aw in it the gither, they’re aw Tories.”

But concerned Tories hit back: “We might be Tories but we’re not as Tory as the Red Tories or the Tartan Tories – we’re Tory Tories.”

Labouring leader Fandabadozie Lament attempted to single out sinister misogynist Rust-ell by quoting from his book Mein Kampfen Thistle.

The book states: “Put bluntly, those people considered most in need are dragging us all down as a people. However, our Fifty Shades of Tory pish political parties lack the courage to say ‘fire up the ovens’.”

But Mr Rust-ell wobbled like a fat slimy jelly in the Whollyrude chamber. “I am more than prepared to say today that I am more than prepared to say whatever it takes to side step the issue till we gain real power by fair means or foul.”

Ms Lament accused the Tartan Tories of betraying everyone, even themselves, by fiddling their pension pots while Scotland burned.

She said: “The SNP believes the priority, as public services are starved of cash in tough times, is to protect their pension pot cash – half a million pounds sterling per senior cabinet minster. Looted in an exceptionally short period.”

The Labouring leader last week questioned why former High Priestess of Temperance and Intolerance Nicola Sturgeon should line her pockets with a half million of hard earned tax payer money.

But Ms Sturgeon insisted yesterday that the Labourers were just jealous.

“Their jealousy has its roots in the misguided belief of the Red Tories that they should be getting their noses in our trough. It’s a jealousy that puts at risk the wholesale smash and grab political looting of our pocket money budget.”

Tory Tory finance spokesperson Gavin Brownnose said the country needs to have a debate on the issue of the SNP’s spendthrift cash-in: “Doing nothing, if we are honest, is not an option, we want some of that money for ourselves. The SNP are just being greedy.”

SNP backbenchers continued the attack on themselves, with Stuart McMilliband describing Alex Salmond’s admiration of Margaret Thatcher’s economic policies as “oor grasped thistle.”

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Too high cabinet pension pots to be outlawed in Scotland

Private member’s bill proposed to limit height of Firstminster and Cabinet’s smash and grab pension pots

"Bought and sold for Kleptocrat gold, What a parcel of rogues in a Nation." - Longshanker. I'd be smilling too at a half million pension pot accrued over 5 years.

“Bought and sold for Kleptocrat gold, What a parcel of rogues in a Nation.” – Longshanker. I’d be smilling too at a half million pension pot accrued over 5 years.

By Klepto Cratz

A BID to outlaw greedy outsized pension pots will be brought before MSPs at Whollyrude.

SNP MSP Cardsmarked MacDonald has proposed a members’ bill which could make illegal hedging of ministerial pension pots which encroach on public spending budgets.

Whollyrude looked at the issue previously but decided to drop it when MP expenses at Westminster were routinely exposed by the Torygraph newspaper.

On this occasion backbencher Cardsmarked MacDonald has the support of the majority of the Scottish public.

Although serious insights into Scottish cabinet pension pots are rare, Cardsmarked believes that for many people it is an issue which can blight people’s political engagement.

He said: ” Over the last few Swindley budgets, it has become clear this is a problem that affects cabinet minsters on both sides of the hated border and I believe that this Bill will limit the Minsters ability to loot and plunder the country.”

Selfish individuals

Cardsmarked will launch his bill at a Financial centre in Edinborrow. He will be joined by the pressure group, Stoptherobbinbastards.

The group’s campaign manager, Ripoff MacAvarice, said it was not about being “anti-Scots.”

He stressed it was about common decency in times of austerity when people were losing their jobs due to budget cuts.

Mr MacAvarice said: “Half a million pounds sterling have been accrued in individual cabinet ministers pension pots since 2007. Selfish individuals cannot continue to behave in a way that the vast majority of our society finds unacceptable.”

Roseanna Cuntingham, minster for Bigoted Cybernattery and Community Infighting said: “We remain committed to seeing legislation put in place that will ensure Junior Minsters such as myself can get as much as those senior robbin bastas. Us Junior Minsters deserve our cut as much as any of the so called ‘seniors’.”

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MacAesops Fables #25 – The Labourer and the Snake

Our twenty-fifth Sunday outpouring of sanctimony and self-righteous morality to be taken as seriously as the SNP’s commitment to the ‘recovery’ of drug addicts

Scots “didn’t mind the economic side [of Thatcherism] so much” said Sun King Alex some time ago. In fact Alex doesn’t mind cosying up to some of her best friends for the same reasons she did.

AN SNP SNAKE, having made his hole close to the seats of a parliament, inflicted a mortal bite on a Parliamentarian’s infant son. Grieving over his loss, the Father resolved to kill the SNP Snake.

The next day, when it came out of its hole for food, he took up his axe, but by swinging too hastily, missed its head and cut off only the end of its tail.

After some time the Parliamentarian, afraid that the Snake would bite him also, endeavoured to make peace, and placed some bread and salt in the hole.

The SNP Snake, slightly hissing, said: “There can henceforth be no peace between us; for whenever I see you I shall remember the loss of my tail, and whenever you see me you will be thinking of the death of your son.”

Analysis: Neo-fascist anti-Scots sentiment emanating from SNP types raised its ugly head again recently and put AhDinnaeKen into 1979 mode.

The moral of this tale is straightforward: “No one truly forgets injuries in the presence of those who caused the injury.”

When ex-SNP leader Gordon Wilson rallied his 11 “totally honest” SNP MP snakes (the orginal turkeys voting for Xmas) into the same lobby as the Tories in order to do their bit in 1979 for a brave new Thatcherite Britain, that was the strongest signal of the contempt the SNP have for the Scottish electorate.

Just because they wurnae gettin their parliament, they inflicted the ‘Poll Taxing milk snatcher’ on the rest of Britain for the sake of their perceived injury.

Laughably, Gordon Wilson believed the SNP would return 20 SNP MPs at the requisite election – they returned two!! Yo Ho Ho – Merry Xmas!

Now we have Alex Salmond cosying up to arch Thatcher ally Rupert Murdoch.

It’s worth remembering that Murdoch helped demonise the miners – the very men whose fathers and grandfathers kept this country’s industry supplied with energy against the Nazis.

Murdoch’s press aggressively supported the invasion of Iraq with Labour’s WMD lies.

Murdoch’s Wapping plant was supplied with a support line of Tory state sponsored police ready to break the heads of the printers legally picketing his plant.

And not forgetting that Murdoch’s press demonised the crushed and dieing at Hillsborough as ‘drunken’ rabble. Not even worth mentioning the ‘rotten to the core’ corruption exposed by Leveson.

Let no Nat or Cybernat tell you that Murdoch isn’t toxic. Those taking such a line are liars, cheats, hypocrites, narcissists and rogues. And that’s just their good points.

For more morally superior and vacuous posturing click on the Fable category to the right.

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