Thursday, 2 April 2015


Leaders' debate: Nicola Sturgeon surges to victory

Election 2015 debate: Nicola Sturgeon judged winner

Leaders debate verdict: Nicola Sturgeon's TV win


  1. This is the worst TV ever.

  2. The phoney Nationalist Party SNP who want to break up the UK in order to become a permanent out post of the EU whilst encouraging mass immigration. Into their home land.

    1. Under David Cameron, the UK is a part of the EU and encourages mass migration. The Conservatives are not going to leave the EU.

    2. Yes, the Conservatives say will be tough on Europe and tough on immigration just get the votes, after that they carry on working for their pay masters, the ruling class.
      The ruling class likes mass immigration to keep wages low and to keep house prices and rents sky high. They ensure that not enough houses are built so that their price continues to soar so that ordinary people end up with huge mortgages and become debt slaves for the rest of their working lives. This is how the ruling class make their money; by behind the scenes manipulation, not by hard work.
      Our quality of life diminishes as we become workaholics living in cramped conditions while the rich cream it in big time. Lots of yaughts and houses in the country for them, they don't have to live in the urban sprawl.

      The ruling class are not patriots and should go on trail for treason, like Dr Paul Craig Roberts says.

  3. No difference in the main political party's it's called leading the battle against themselves .Who control's them is the answer to the question/problem.

  4. The SNP do not want to break up the UK. They want to reestablish an independent Scotland. The breaking up of the UK is the by-product of their principle aim.

    In reestablishing an independent Scotland they want to have a mature cultural union with the rUK. They have no desire to destroy anything.

    As for the EU. At the moment Scotland has no say in the matter. Once independent the people of Scotland can unilaterally decide their future regarding the EU.