Monday 27 April 2020


Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's First Minister.

In Scotland, a new pro-independence party may have to set up because the Scottish National Party is so rotten, according to the veteran Nationalist, Jim Sillars.

Jim Sillars says that the fallout from the Alex Salmond trial will be like a “volcanic eruption” and says something “new” and “untainted” may have to replace the SNP.

And of course the same applies to politics in so many parts of the world - we need new parties.

Jim Sillars says SNP may have to be replaced 

Craig Murray.

Anonymous 26 April 2020 at 10:02 writes - 

Craig Murray, an ex UK ambassador, has been indicted to appear at The High Court in Edinburgh on charges of Contempt of Court.

His case goes ahead at The Royal Court of Justice on 07 July 2020.

"Blogger Craig Murray reported on Alex Salmond’s sexual assault trial.

"Salmond was acquitted of all charges of sexual assault by a jury of eight women and five men.

"The outcome prompted demands that certain figures within the SNP resign for failing to stand by him, or indeed for endorsing his accusers."

Craig Murray Charged with Contempt of Court for Alex ...

Alex Salmond was cleared of sexually assaulting nine women while he was Scotland's first minister.

A jury found the former SNP leader not guilty on 12 of the sexual assault charges facing him, while another was found not proven.

A further charge of sexually assaulting a 10th woman had previously been dropped by prosecutors.

Alex Salmond cleared of all sexual assault charges

"A woman who Alex Salmond is accused of attempting to rape did not attend a dinner at his official residence on the night the incident is alleged to have happened, a witness has claimed.

"The witness, Samantha Barber, said she had attended a meal with Mr Salmond and a celebrity at Bute House in June 2014.

"She said she had not seen a government official known as Woman H there."

Alex Salmond case: Witness says accuser did not attend Bute ...

Spooky Nicola Sturgeon

"Today the prosecution concluded its case against Alex Salmond. 

"The most important point was that, now the final prosecution witness has been called, we can conclusively say that the Crown did not produce a single eye witness to any of the 13 alleged incidents. 

"This is even though many of them occurred in public; at a photo opportunity in Stirling Castle, in restaurants, in a vehicle with other occupants. 

"It is strange that a behaviour allegedly so continuous and so compulsive was simultaneously so invisible.

"The nearest thing the crown had to an eye witness was Mr Donald Cameron, head of the private office of Leslie Evans, Permanent Secretary to the Scottish Government. Cameron agreed that there was not, to his knowledge, any policy against female civil servants working alongside Mr Salmond in Bute House, which claim had been the major trial media headline on Friday morning."

13 Events, No Witnesses: The Prosecution Concludes 

Defence lawyer Shelagh McCall QC

Alex Salmond trial witness, Woman H, made up her allegations about Alex Salmond?

Alex Salmond case

Salmond is alleged to have sexually assaulted Woman H at his Bute House residence in Edinburgh in May 2014 before attempting to rape her there a month later.

Defence lawyer Shelagh McCall QC suggested that the woman was not at Bute House on either date.

Humza Yousaf@HumzaYousaf·23 Nov 2015 Met Ryan from St Margaret's at Scot-Malawi event - he showed me his AlexSalmond impression - I'd say he nailed it!

Woman H has previously told the court that Salmond had "pounced on her" after a dinner at Bute House in June 2014, pulled her clothes off, pushed her onto a bed and then lay naked on top of her despite her protests.

McCall put it to her that: "You weren't there at that dinner and there was no incident."

Ms McCall had earlier read out Mr Salmond's official diary for the months in question, which did not mention the Bute House dinner.

When asked why she had not called for a Bute House security guard to help that night, she said: "I really wish that I had. 

Boris Johnson at Bute House.

Woman H said she had told her husband while they were on holiday together some time later that she was considering speaking to SNP headquarters about some "bad things" involving Mr Salmond that had happened to her during the independence referendum campaign, but had not gone into any detail.

Under cross-examination, Woman H described a personal political project in which she had been involved.

The court was shown texts between Woman H and Tasmina Ahmed-Sheik, a former SNP MP, where Woman H appeared to ask if "Alex will be OK" with it and saying it would be "great to be working with him again".

The court was also shown an email from Woman H to Mr Salmond in which she invited him to attend a fundraising event in 2017.

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At 11 March 2020 at 15:20 , Blogger Hollie Grieg Justice said...

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At 18 March 2020 at 12:51 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Boris Johnson 'will have to extend Brexit transition period'


What a total, total surprise.

A "National State of Emergency" being the perfect pretext for this, and a thousand other semi-totalitarian and anti-democratic measures the PTB are poised to announce within the coming days.

Hello again forever, European Superstate.

At 18 March 2020 at 12:54 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"You should be seriously alarmed.

"Parliament is about to award the state significant new powers without even bothering to have a vote."

At 22 March 2020 at 10:28 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Planetary scale house arrest under the threat of an imaginary virus, sheeple find it normal. And then comes up this moron with his elucubrations to add more insult to injury:

At 23 March 2020 at 09:31 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeh right. Name the lying hooers that fabricated evidence no one believed

At 26 April 2020 at 23:52 , Blogger Angelina said...

Tell to the people, what kind of evidence is that I know someone? Im against abuse especially abuse if innocent children, so provide facts

At 27 April 2020 at 06:46 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone not convinced by claims made by Hollie Grieg (who has been denied a jury trail to date) - should check operation Ore, Operation Tiberius and the Scott Inquiry.


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