Tuesday, September 15, 2015

ALI TO FOREMAN "MAN YOU ARE IN THE WRONG PLACE TO GET TIRED".

Muhamad Ali’s words above were said as Foreman started to miss and stumble  in the famous ‘rumble in the jungle’ world heavy weight title fight. These words from the great Ali strike a chord with me now with the SNP as the lies and abuse continue to increase in the attacks on Jeremy Corbyn. The right wing Tory/SNP media are getting a reaction but, it’s not what the Tory/nationalist cabal expected.


Since Corbyn’s stunning election triumph on Saturday over 30,000 people have joined the Labour Party, “the people’s on the march” as the famous song says and the “times they are a changing” as another famous song says. The polls which the SNP recently became so fond of are now predicting a severe kick in the “Niagara Falls” for the tartan shirted fascists. I watched them in Parliament today and they already look like a busted flush. How long can a “single issue” sustain a political party?, people are seeing through them and their “one trick pony” of anti English bigotry and we are only 6 months in to a 5 year parliament. We are now hearing pleading almost on a daily basis from the SNP to Labour to form a coalition, what will they be like in 4 years time?. One thing only surprises me in all of this, I thought it would take a little longer for it to go pear shaped for the SNP but I’m not complaining.     

5 comments:

Gordon walker said...

Which poll are you thinking of Terry?

Cllr Terry Kelly said...

So you missed it? aye right.

Running Man said...

So you have no link to it Terry......

Cllr Terry Kelly said...

The referendum is over, there will be no second one and the SNP become more right wing by the day. Those people who joined must be wondering what they have got themselves in to. Did they really just vote with the Tories to defeat Labour's proposals to tax the rich more? oh yes they did.

Dougie Chalmers said...

Cllr Kelly, please answer the gentleman's question. Which poll were you thinking of?

I look forward to receiving a polite reply without fear, favour, malice or abuse of ones children.