Tuesday, 10 June 2014

ROLL UP, ROLL UP, ALL ABOARD FOR ANAS'S MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR

Wherever it goes, Labour's bus is drawing huge crowds.
Sadly, though, it's always the same people in the crowds.
Maybe that explains why a bus travelling round one of Europe's
most scenic countries  has blacked out windows.

25 comments:

  1. It would be funny if these people weren't such a threat to our country's democracy!

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    1. Hi Lochee...

      You have a point. I despair of the lies and of their possible outcome.

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  2. Looks like Anas hasn't learned from the Better Together photo shoots. When BT like to publish their ' ... another great day delivering leaflets in ...' pictures the activists are facing away from the camera because they bus in the same people to multiple locations to give the impression that BT have a strong ground presence. In reality most of the guff is delivered (expensively) by Royal Mail.

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    1. And privately!!!

      One thing you can say for the Ukokers is that they certainly don't learn from their mistakes...

      ...the economy for example.

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  3. Been reading that Anas Sarwar has been getting to big for his boots, aso Johann Lamont has sent him out in the battle bus, basically sidelining him, and leaving the central belt for her to deal with. the pictures seem a bit pathetic by trying to portray a wide aspect of support for Labour and the union, when infact it doesn't really exist.

    When you think that Anas Sarwar couldn't even be bothered to vote against the "Bedroom Tax" but chose instead to take a paid job, speaking half way around the world,it make you wonder who'don earth would actually believe this man. Of course Johann Lamont fairs no better, by claiming Scots want something for nothing, and her other infamous quote Scots aren't programmed to make political decisions.

    I'll never understand the Lumpenproletariats, stuck forever in the belief that Labour care for them, when the opposite is infact the truth.

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    1. I think Anum Qasair who switched from being a Labour activist to a Lesser covered in the post the other day (http://munguinsrepublic.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/another-defector-from-no.html) hasd it about right when she talked about the fact that you have the choice of the right wing or the right wing, or the loonies in the UK. Labour has lost its working class roots.

      I cans certainly understand the privileged Sarwar having right wing tendencies... but Lamont should know better. Something for nothing, coming from a politician... ? Sheesh!

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  4. Lumpenproletariats, is all Labour have left, monkeys with red ties. So much for the 1000's of foot soldiers, I've seen more enthusiasm for a root canal.
    JimnArlene

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    1. You have a way with words JnA :)

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    2. You're not bad, yourself. I just like to say it, as I see it and keep it short.;-)
      JimnArlene

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    3. There's a lot to be said for short and sweet.

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  5. tris

    Hi Lochee...

    You have a point. I despair of the lies and of their possible outcome

    ALEX SALMOND has said he intends to stand again for First Minister “whatever the political circumstances” after the referendum.

    In one of his clearest indications that he will stand for re-election if Scotland votes No, Mr Salmond told the Daily Record: “I intend to stand again in 2016.

    “Whatever the political circumstances, there will be an election in 2016 and the people will choose the First Minister.

    “I hope to be a candidate in an independent Scotland and I believe I will be a candidate in an independent Scotland


    Please forget the words that I just blurted out. It wasn’t me, it was my strange and creeping doubt. It keeps rattling my cage and there’s nothing in this world will keep it down.
    -Radiohead, I Can’t

    Creeping doubt invading the snp psyche sapping hope oh dearie me !!!

    the question is

    A dismal, negative campaign...so why are Better Together still ahead in polls?
    -Iain Macwhirter

    Any answers ????

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    1. I have a few suggestions, but I'm sure that that wasn't what you wanted to hear, Niko.

      I suppose maybe because people are scared of all the threats of terrible things that the Uk will do to Scotland. On the basis that I never believe politicians, I discard these threats as being the usual lies. You know: There will be no cure for cancer,
      there will be no money,
      there will be barbed wire and you'll need a visa to see your granny (even if she lives in your spare bedroom),
      children will die because the NHSS will only have 10 sticking plasters a year,
      we won't be allowed into the EU until Turkey has been in for 5 years,
      we'll be thrown out of Nato, the UN, and every other organisation,
      and if Wee Willie Rennie is to be believed we'll spend the next 500 years signing treaties with princes and potentates who have been dead these past 100 years.

      Anyways... do you agree with Gordon Brown that Mr Camergoon should debate with Eck?

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    2. tris

      er no ! one does NOT debate with in political terms
      The lord of the manor with the junior under gardener.

      And by the by
      I note your list of British values starting with
      There will be no cure for cancer. etc etc

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    3. A dismal, negative campaign...so why are Better Together still ahead in polls?
      -Iain Macwhirter

      Any answers ????

      The polls like the odds are fixed; never?

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    4. Niko for your information there cannot be a cure for cancer only remedial treatment of the cancer. Every cell in your body can turn cancerous for a different number of incalculable reasons all that research can do is try and identify the most common likely causes given a specific set of circumstances. We are all individuals with a different set of genes and the combinations of triggers become incalculable just like the polls they give an indication of something but not a definitive result.

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    5. ch

      close but no Cigar !!!

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    6. That's certainly not beyond the bounds of possibility, Panda

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    7. Niko, that's what Im saying.

      Why would the first minister of this country want to debate with a part time opposition backbencher with a reputation for dishonesty in his expenses.

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    8. Labour were 'ahead in the polls' before the 2011 Holyrood election.

      A bit like telling the passengers on the Titanic icebergs didn't exist as they floated away on their deckchairs.

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    9. The First Minister of Scotland at least WAS elected and did not have to enter a coalition with some junior partner.
      I take it you have no sense of ridiculous just like the campaign you support.

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  6. Reminds me of André Prévin who, on the Morecambe and Wise show, was commenting on Erics attempts to play some serious piece. As was Eric's syle he played every other note slightly out of key.

    Prévin's answer was that he was playing all the right note, just not in the right order.

    A bit like Labour, who actually don't know which are the right notes and when to play them.

    They just feel obliged to do something, anything.

    They are stuffed, big time.

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    1. Bugger

      Eric and Ernie ??? my you do show your advanced age
      dementia anyone

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    2. Oh dear Niko. The days of dating someone by the tv show they quote are long since gone.

      Reruns and cheap dvd box sets have seen to that.

      I'm watching Hi di hi at the moment, and very good it is too.

      I think Gordo has upset Labour MPs. But he always was a maverick was old Gordon.

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    1. He's enthusiastic eh....

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