Scottish Referendum / Independence - Vol 10

Scottish Referendum / Independence - Vol 10

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Quisling

539 posts

3 months

Thursday 4th March
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NRS said:
It's enough to get me to sort out my postal voting options. I have been outside the country for 10 years now, so didn't vote before as I didn't think it too fair given I wouldn't be affected by many of the decisions of my possible vote. But need to try and hold them to some responsibility, given how clearly screwed up the separation between party, government and justice system is now.
Seeing they are delaying the count till the weekend after the vote

it might not be worth your effort

as you can bet for covid reasons that only "officials" are around the completed votes

Edited by Quisling on Thursday 4th March 06:20

hiccy18

1,084 posts

31 months

Thursday 4th March
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Quisling said:
Seeing they are delaying the count till the weekend after the vote

it might not be worth your effort

as you can bet for covid reasons that only "officials" are around the completed votes

Edited by Quisling on Thursday 4th March 06:20
Say what? ALL postal votes? Could you explain further please?

Quisling

539 posts

3 months

Thursday 4th March
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hiccy18 said:
Say what? ALL postal votes? Could you explain further please?
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-56251167

Vote on Thursday

results announced possibly on the sunday


hiccy18

1,084 posts

31 months

Thursday 4th March
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Ta smile

Graeme Dey SNP said:
These are public health briefings that have proved essential throughout the past year - for Willie Rennie to imply that somehow the first minister would take advantage of that is frankly beneath him.
rofl

That was a joke, right?

Anyway, topic buzzing around my head this morning: are any of us following this thread considering voting for All 4 Unity? Personally my tactical constituency vote is Conservative (gulp) but my regional vote would normally go LibDem as I am a wishywashy centerist. After Sarwar's election I'm considering Scottish Labour for the regional vote.

Quisling

539 posts

3 months

Thursday 4th March
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And from our completely un-biased media up here in the free democratic workers republic of sturgeonovia

A party poltical broadcast from the labour party

Brought to you by the SnpTV


is-uk

1,272 posts

180 months

Thursday 4th March
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"Sturgeon is an accomplished performer. But her spin and deflection isn't fooling anyone " Daily Telegraph
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/03/03/sturge...

Jasey_

3,238 posts

142 months

Thursday 4th March
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is-uk said:
"Sturgeon is an accomplished performer. But her spin and deflection isn't fooling anyone " Daily Telegraph
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/03/03/sturge...
It's fooling her supporters.

One of them I know was on arsebook saying what a good performance she gave.

These clowns really are blind to what their leaders are doing to their beloved country.

It's actually quite sad.

deadslow

6,909 posts

187 months

Thursday 4th March
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Jasey_ said:
is-uk said:
"Sturgeon is an accomplished performer. But her spin and deflection isn't fooling anyone " Daily Telegraph
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/03/03/sturge...
It's fooling her supporters.

One of them I know was on arsebook saying what a good performance she gave.

These clowns really are blind to what their leaders are doing to their beloved country.

It's actually quite sad.
she gave an assured performance. Really, the committee had nothing. Zero. No killer blow, no smoking gun over an eight hour interrogation. Probably said more about the quality of the Tories and Labour. They are dross.

amusingduck

9,172 posts

100 months

Thursday 4th March
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Jasey_ said:
It's fooling her supporters.

One of them I know was on arsebook saying what a good performance she gave.

These clowns really are blind to what their leaders are doing to their beloved country.

It's actually quite sad.
It was a good performance, it's about the best performance you could manage when you're unable to refute the evidence.

A masterclass in spin and bluster. Presumably that won't get her far with the Hamilton enquiry. I live in hope biggrin


Leithen

7,431 posts

231 months

Thursday 4th March
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deadslow said:
Jasey_ said:
is-uk said:
"Sturgeon is an accomplished performer. But her spin and deflection isn't fooling anyone " Daily Telegraph
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/03/03/sturge...
It's fooling her supporters.

One of them I know was on arsebook saying what a good performance she gave.

These clowns really are blind to what their leaders are doing to their beloved country.

It's actually quite sad.
she gave an assured performance. Really, the committee had nothing. Zero. No killer blow, no smoking gun over an eight hour interrogation. Probably said more about the quality of the Tories and Labour. They are dross.
The emperor can never be without clothes.

Quisling

539 posts

3 months

Thursday 4th March
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Watch as I DESTROY THIS POST USING FACTS AND LOGIC

deadslow said:
she gave an assured performance. Really, the committee had nothing. Zero. No killer blow, no smoking gun over an eight hour interrogation. Probably said more about the quality of the Tories and Labour. They are dross.
Erm

Ahhh

I don’t remember

Erm

Ahhhh

I don’t recall

Blinky blinky

I don’t remember





deadslow

6,909 posts

187 months

Thursday 4th March
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Quisling said:
Watch as I DESTROY THIS POST USING FACTS AND LOGIC

deadslow said:
she gave an assured performance. Really, the committee had nothing. Zero. No killer blow, no smoking gun over an eight hour interrogation. Probably said more about the quality of the Tories and Labour. They are dross.
Erm

Ahhh

I don’t remember

Erm

Ahhhh

I don’t recall

Blinky blinky

I don’t remember
chap, you sound depressed, but, fear not, the imminent Ministerial Code investigation results will give another opportunity for five minutes of unbridled frothing. Happy Days.

Blib

37,546 posts

161 months

Thursday 4th March
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The Scottish independence movement deserves Sturgeon and Salmond.

TheJimi

19,497 posts

207 months

Thursday 4th March
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Jasey_ said:
It's fooling her supporters.

One of them I know was on arsebook saying what a good performance she gave.

These clowns really are blind to what their leaders are doing to their beloved country.

It's actually quite sad.
Here's what someone said to me yesterday, just after the session finished, quoted verbatim -

"She's handled herself very well. Been fascinating to listen and to watch as well.

She speaks well without documentation in front of her. Not like the others, picking away. The the lead convener has been good."


banghead


roadtripboy

211 posts

106 months

Thursday 4th March
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Highest-rated comment on the SnpTV Facebook post on this story was about how this was a concerted attack on "Scotland" by Salmond in cahoots with the "unionists".

Ironic how it was Salmond who opened this whole Pandora's box.

csd19

1,408 posts

81 months

Thursday 4th March
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TheJimi said:
Jasey_ said:
It's fooling her supporters.

One of them I know was on arsebook saying what a good performance she gave.

These clowns really are blind to what their leaders are doing to their beloved country.

It's actually quite sad.
Here's what someone said to me yesterday, just after the session finished, quoted verbatim -

"She's handled herself very well. Been fascinating to listen and to watch as well.

She speaks well without documentation in front of her. Not like the others, picking away. The the lead convener has been good."


banghead
They class speaking well as repeating multiple versions of "I can't remember"??

There's not much requirement for the usual script when that's all you're going to say!

roadtripboy

211 posts

106 months

Thursday 4th March
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Quisling said:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-po...

Vote on Thursday

results announced possibly on the sunday
article said:
giving voters a lift to the polling station will not be permitted.
I'm sure it's a complete coincidence that those voters who are mostly likely to need a lift to the polling station are also those voters least likely to vote SNP. rolleyes

NRS

17,083 posts

165 months

Thursday 4th March
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My hardcore SNP friend went on a rant about the Tories yesterday. And posted a "donate to SNP" link at the end of it too!

Also mentioned "I’m also fed up and sick to the stomach by the whining of the Working class Scots that are easily sucked in by the establishment media’s anti-Scottish pish. Get a fking grip of yourselves ffs. Learn to read between fkn the lines."

And of course did the useful fallback that Edinburger always uses of even if the SNP are dodgy it doesn't matter as it's just to get independence and then we can choose our own FREEDOM anyway.

Edited by NRS on Thursday 4th March 10:01

Quisling

539 posts

3 months

Thursday 4th March
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deadslow said:
chap, you sound depressed, but, fear not, the imminent Ministerial Code investigation results will give another opportunity for five minutes of unbridled frothing. Happy Days.
Yep

Dream house is being prepared to be sold

As YOU are going to win indyref2 in December after us unionist scum have been purged from holyrood in may

I can see the SNP having maybe a 300 seat majority


Anyway

Once i have moved back to the natural home of england for us anti scottish tory scum

What will the SNP be able todo to FORCE wastemonster to give them a good leaving deal?


What do you lot actually have in your hand for bargaining?

Oil and gas is dead
The Uk have already promised to cover the UK debts
The worlds largest offshore wind farm is in english waters

Tapwater?

Ridgemont

4,349 posts

95 months

Thursday 4th March
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deadslow said:
she gave an assured performance. Really, the committee had nothing. Zero. No killer blow, no smoking gun over an eight hour interrogation. Probably said more about the quality of the Tories and Labour. They are dross.