Saturday, July 17, 2004

"Scotland on its knees" plan unveiled

Connery and Salmond want SNP surrender to Elizabeth.

Alex Salmond is loyal to the United Kingdom's head of state, Queen Elizabeth.
So Salmond is just another lackey.
No "King-over-the-water" he.

So the Scottish National Party leadership bid of Alex Salmond is of the United Kingdom, by the United Kingdom and for the United Kingdom.
The Salmond come-back has been given the OK by Queen Elizabeth's loyal knight - Sir Sean Connery.
The Connery/Salmond plan is to keep the SNP on its knees to the UK crown where the SNP leader has always been. (Unlike the previous deputy leader - Roseanna Cunningham.)
The Elizabethan royalists have been panicked by the prospect that the SNP leadership could be won by Roseanna Cunningham - a staunch Scottish republican. The royalists' concern is that if the SNP moves to the republican left, Scottish independence could soon become a reality, rather than "a fantasy to keep the Jocks happy but still within the UK". Her Majesty wouldn't like real Scottish independence, oh no.
Connery is a fine actor and Salmond is an able politician - but they are working for Queen Elizabeth, her heirs and successors, NOT FOR SCOTLAND.
Rich-man Connery from his Bahamas-tax-haven is the biggest single donor to the SNP. What does Sir Sean expect for his money - around £50,000 a year?
For this bribe, the SNP members are being asked to betray Scotland for Queen Elizabeth.

In the film Braveheart, William Wallace is offered a bribe too. Gibson as Wallace says -

“A Lordship and titles, gold, that I should become Judas … Slaves are made are in such ways!” 

Connery didn’t need Queen Elizabeth’s Knighthood, and the SNP doesn’t need Connery’s money. Scotland, certainly, doesn’t need a political party that can be bought off.
So my advice to SNP members remains the same -
Vote Roseanna Cunningham for SNP leader
Vote Christine Grahame for SNP deputy leader

Click to see Roseanna and Christine in the Scottish republican roll of honour

Peter Dow, Scottish National Standard Bearer

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