"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Sunday, 9 May 2010

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrowl

Alex Salmond, Scotland's First Minister, and Angus Robertson, the Westminster leader of the Scottish National Party, have been busy touring the tv studios telling anyone who'll have them that the LibDems must do a deal with the SNP, Plaid Cymru, the Green(s), anybody in N.Ireland, and Labour, of course, in order to give the British people what they want: ie 'a fair and progressive government for the whole of the UK that is worthy of a modern European country'.


And this is the man thick commie tw@t they want to coronate as Prime Minister in a Rainbow Coalition of all the Losers after Brown has 'resigned':

12 comments:

  1. AnonymousMay 09, 2010

    Over 80% of Scotland's voters did NOT vote SNP. That progressive, separatist, useless piece of shit does NOT have a mandate from Scotland to pursue his nightmare vision of an independent Scotland with full membership of the insidious European Union.

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  2. I'm assuming fair and progressive now means riding roughshod over the English and what they want.
    Then again, that's what Labour did for 13 years, so no real surprises there.

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  3. Well said, Anon - it's time someone reminded these 'progressives' then. Perhaps it's time for the coalition which makes it possible for him to remain FM is dissolved?

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  4. Hi QM - yes, fair, stable and progressive means being governed by a bunch of leftard losers. Cameron had better get his act together quickly - he's the lesser of the evils.

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  5. GV

    Mr.Cameron could have had this election in the bag had he not reneged on the question of a referendum regarding Europe.

    The shit will hit the fan where Mc Doom is concerned when HM asks him if he can form a government and he can't produce the goods--

    What ever happens, the country will be going to the polls again- probably sooner than later.

    TBD

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  6. Progressive? That'll be progressive taxation, progressive road tolls, progressive prescription charges and progressive university fees - just for England you understand, and based on postcodes - mustn't upset the faithful.

    We might as well let them get on with it, they're only bothered about themselves and being important. A 'rainbow' coalition won't work, we all know it won't, but frankly nor will a Con/Lib Dem coalition.

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  7. Hi Big D, Cameron was quite clear - if the Lisbon Treaty was still in play if/when he became PM there would be a referendum. Once it had been enacted into law by the government (who actually went to Court to deny us their promised referendum) it was pointless having a referendum. Cameron isn't even PM. Brown's lawyers argued in Court that "manifesto pledges are not subject to legitimate expectation" - and the Court upheld that verdict. Brown & Co are the culprits, not Cameron. And I wonder where that leaves us with all those other manifesto pledges they've been busy making to us lately?

    What Cameron could have done is speak to Lord Pearson of UKIP who offered not to stand UKIP candidates against eurosceptic Conservatives - now that would have worked.

    As for HM - I bet you're right and I bet she's throwing bricks at her tv just like the rest of us.

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  8. You're right there Mrs Rigby. We have to do something about England, Scotland etc - or as they like to call it 'the nations and regions'.

    I'm tempted to agree with you - there's nothing I'd like more than this shower to stay in office with another bunch of losers and to try and clear up their own scorched earth policies. What concerns me is all the extra damage it would do, esp financially - mind you, can we get any lower?

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  9. I'd love to lock that twat, Salmond, in a small room along with Snotty for a few days and see what happened, GV. ;-)

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  10. Oh dear - now Alex has gone and made the English angry! The SNP strategy is to expose the dichotomy between our nations in order to further the independence agenda. Can't blame him for that surely? Whatever flavour of government the UK gets it won't last long. Hopefully we'll all get what we want in the end. For me that's an independent Scotland outside the EU ruled by neither Labour, Tory, nor SNP.

    I fear, however, that nothing will change and the UK will simply slide into irrelevance as regions of the EU where the real decisions are made by unelected placemen. That massive immigration will continue until the entire planet is one big homogeneous third world cesspit with a camera on every street. Where we have the right to keep our mouths shut - the right to play along.

    Yeah ...

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  11. I think Salmond would make haggis of him, Spidey :-)

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  12. Scunnert, if I was the sort of person to type LOL, I'd be typing LOL right now. Of course that's what Salmond is doing - what any politician would do in an effort to sway opinion and grab a piece of power.

    What's making me angry is that they're all doing the same thing - only Cameron's Conservatives haven't come out and said they agree with Power 2010, 38 Degrees etc with their so-called 'grassroots' movements for electoral reform. That, of course, doesn't mean much but people are being conned by these organisations. They're not run by ordinary people, they're run by left-wing lobbyists and one-world w@nkers.

    The media has been playing for a hung Parliament and is now wetting itself thinking of the influence it holds over the public. The whole thing is being engineered to fail, much like our economy and our society, and Salmond is as much a part of it as anyone else. Your last para is spot on, though I'd change the word 'planet' for 'country'.

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