I Will Smite Thee, Scotland

George_RobertsonCome on, it’s all getting a bit silly now.  It’s not like the “we cannaes” were ever presenting coherent, well thought out arguments before, but the latest offering from George Robertson?  Barely a day after Talkingoutofhisanas tells us he’ll be unleashing Robertson, Reid, Liddell and Foulkes like the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, we get guff like “independence would be cataclysmic.”

Georgie Porgie, Puddin’ and Pie,
Dissed the Scots, made up some lies…

I’ve not long finished sorting his profile out over on Tory Hoose and he comes out with this crap?  Come off it, the lighter nights are here and the garden beckons.  I’ve got better things to do than update sites every time the likes of him makes a total erse of himself.

Anyway, self-determination is not “a bad idea”, not even “economically disastrous”, but cataclysmic.  All of a sudden we’re getting Biblical language just to see if we’ll finally get the message on what a total catastrophe it would be if we were to try and run our own affairs like… oh, I don’t know… every other normal country?  I think the word “Lord” has gone to his head a wee bit.  Armageddon the feeling that they’re not too enamoured with the whole idea at all.  I certainly look forward to the day when there’s an Exodus of him and his like from their public-subsidised parasitical existence.

Wow – a cataclysm.  What next?  A plague of midges?  I’ve been to Glen Affric on holiday – doesn’t faze me in the slightest.  The sun will be hidden and darkness befall the whole land?  This is Scotland – we get summers like that all the time.

Just a few days after we lose a truly great Scottish patriot we have the likes of him swanning off on a jolly where he can talk his own homeland down?  The Americans must think we’re absolutely stark raving mad for not just tolerating folk like that but actually paying them to continually have a go at us.  Where do you even start with his BS?

“The loudest cheers for the breakup of Britain would be from our adversaries and from our enemies.  For the second military power in the West to shatter this year would be cataclysmic in geopolitical terms.”

And thanks to your precious Westminster we’ve got a hell of a lot more enemies than we used to have.

“This divorce would rob the West of a serious partner just when solidity and cool nerves are going to be vital.”

Strange.  We’re always being told how insignificant we are, how we couldn’t afford to defend ourselves properly and yet our independence would usher in the end of the world?  Make your minds up.

“Nobody should underestimate the effect all of that would have on existing global balances and the forces of darkness would simply love it.”

Nope – me either.  His American audience must truly have been sitting slack-jawed while listening to this tripe, especially the bit about the American Civil War being more relevant to the debate than the Revolutionary one thereby placing a burden on the shoulders of poetic licence that it must’ve found very difficult to bear.

And on and on.  Something missing though… oops there we go – “we have in Scotland a legislative parliament which has full powers on health, education, transport, the legal system, local administration, agriculture, land, tourism and practically every other domestic field.  We have, indeed, as Scots, got the best of both worlds.”  Bingo – full house.

Up spoke a numptie called George
“Let’s not break the bonds that we’ve forged
I’d feel such great tension
If I lost my pension
And my place at the trough where I gorge.”

A Cybernat

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8 Responses to I Will Smite Thee, Scotland

  1. Helena Brown says:

    Absolutely brilliant, I hope he is capable though some how I just cannot see him managing to turn on a computer, but if he can he should read you and the Wee Ginger Dug and oh so many others.
    A tad fed up with the insults, bad enough to listen to them spouting them at home, but going abroad and doing it, and who paid for his trip as a certain wummen would ask, and how much did he spend on himself.
    It seems that Notty from the BBC, sent out to cover the First Minister’s trip did a detour to speak to a certain Mr Robertson, I will never use titles, I have been avoiding them since I was a wee lassie. How much did that detour cost us with the BBC who also enjoy talking us, the taxpayer down.

  2. bringiton says:

    One of the things Holyrood has to prevent is a situation where government ministers are lobbied by companies involved in their sphere of influence.
    This appears to result in Westminster politicians ending up on the boards of certain companies after their term is completed.
    We have former Defence ministers on the boards of arms companies,Health ministers on the boards of companies trying to take a chunk out of the English NHS and so on.
    In the private sector,if you leave a company with a severance package,you normally have to sign an agreement that you will not work for any of the company’s competitors within a specified time period.
    In order to make our governance transparent and corruption free,senior government figures should be made to sign an agreement that they will not take employment in any company which has had any involvement with their activities in public office.
    People who have used public service as a means of personal advancement should be accepted as such but not elevated to positions of authority over the very people they were supposed to serve and should be seen for what they are.
    This particular person ticks quite a few of these boxes.

    • admin says:

      Sounds good to me, Jim. A lot easier to implement in an independent Scotland though so we all know what we have to do. :)


  3. Davy says:

    Being one of George Robertsons “dark forces” does that qualify me for a discount from any of the MSM outlets ? It did manage to make me choke on my morning coffee as I heard it being broadcast on the morning radio.

    The sheer fact that Scotland was being blamed for the start on any future third world war was mindblowing, and this was by a former Nato/defence minster. My initial thoughts was what a thick bastard and surely no-one would believe any of that crap, then you have to remember who he was aiming these remarks at.

    So it was quite pleasant to see on Wed while traveling on a train down to Glasgow, the front page and editoral of the Daily Record, kicking the shit out of Mr Robertson for being a total erse for making these comments. It fair cheered me up.

    PS. I did not buy the daily record, a fellow passenger loaned it.

    • admin says:

      Had me going there, Davy. Buying the Daylate Rectum is a banning offence on here! You wouldn’t catch me lining a hamster cage with it. :)


  4. dennis mclaughlin says:

    Where’s Talkingoutofhisanas & Wee Blinky Alisdair his pal …………..in their fallout shelters?.

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