the referendum the SNP stitched Scotland’s future to the price of oil, anytime anyone cast doubt on the
wisdom of this policy they were loudly shouted down by calls of ‘project fear’
and ‘talking down Scotland’ the SNP were lying, and oil went down the toilet
right after the referendum and they still desperately say they were right. Now
we see another 5,500 jobs being lost in the oil industry and companies closing,
and still they try to lie to us.
They then brazenly wrapped themselves again in
the pathetic blue paint of braveheart making it look like ‘Fracking’ would only
happen over their dead bodies. Now it turns out that they were lying again and
they told the billionaire privateers that they, (the SNP) were not really against
Fracking at all, these enormous lies have caught up with them as well as they
continue to blatantly pile one lie on top of another, insulting the acumen of
the people of Scotland as they do so.
last couple of days we have been hearing how their claims to get rid of PFI and
replace it with something which does not allow the private sector to rip off
the people has also bounced like a rubber cheque. That turns out to be another
massive lie as we find out now that the reported details of the ‘SFT’ the
Scottish Futures Trust is set to actually cost the Scottish people more. This ‘SFT’
is the rebranded system of PFI which the SNP mendaciously claimed would stop
the private sector from profiteering.
many others I predicted that the “hill of beans” which the SNP were selling
were lies and they would be found out, and it’s happening already and, it is
picking up pace. Oil price lies, Fracking lies, PFI lies and no doubt there is
much more to come. I am certain that the snp’s handling of the Scottish Health
Service, The Scottish Fire Service, The Scottish Police Force, The Prison
Service, Local Services and much more will haunt them as the people bit by painful
bit realise that the SNP’s policy of telling massive lies is likely to fail.
Salmond knew what he was doing when he got Sturgeon crowned when he did.
Scotland now has plenty of time to repent at leisure as it painfully comes to
terms with its political blunder.