The Scottish parliament is about to start its first full time session,
and the so called Scottish executive comprised of Labour yes men and
belly up Liberals will be trying hard to explain the job losses, the
U-turns on university fees and the constant meddling by London in Scottish
He said: "For the first time in my political life I believe that independence is now inevitable. Previously I thought that independence was highly desirable and likely ... I thought that for many years."
He also said "I think that because of the base camp that has been established, because of the
institution of the parliament, independence is now as near inevitable as anything can be in politics. The
argument is now of timescale. Some people would like to postpone the date of independence as long as
possible, our argument is sooner rather than later – as soon as possible. The argument is now one of
timescale rather than destination."
Alex needs to hammer the truth about Scotlands economic slavery to London out,
we need to see that WE pay London, NOT we get cash from London as the
spin machine persuaded many in Scotland in May. Alex Salmond hinted at a harder
line when he said "Just because we are being constructive and positive about opposition does not mean that we
will be powder puff in the way that we deliver our message."
He also said the likes of Margo MacDonald
"We don’t have the same robotic control as Labour in their party and so in the SNP there should be room for
dissident voices, but I think an ‘awkward squad’ would be a bit of an exaggeration."
The Awkward squad being those who say the penny for Scotland ploy was an
election loser. Well, not so much a loser as the fact London 'proved' WITH
NO EVIDENCE AT ALL that Scotland was not already economically self sufficient.
The Scottish voter bought that lie.
If the SNP dispel that myth, independence is not only inevitable, it will
be greatly accelerated!