Sunday, February 10, 2013

We are four nations united for common good’ -
 An edited extract of David Cameron’s statement

Next year, Scots will be asked  forced to make a huge political decision: whether to stay in the UK or go it alone. As Britain’s Prime Minister I’ve always been clear that this is a decision for people living in Scotland to make. But I do care passionately about the outcome – and I will make the case for the UK with everything I’ve got. For me that case comes down to two things: heart and head. wallet and Chequebook
It’s about heart because our nations share a proud and emotional history. Over three centuries we Labour have built world-renowned institutions like the NHS and BBC, fought for freedom and democracy in two world wars, and pioneered and traded around the world. Our ancestors explored the world together(but not in the same traveling class) and our grandfathers went into battle together as do our kith and kin today – (Although yours do the  dying and are left homeless and destitute)) and this leaves deep, unbreakable(Chains) bonds between the peoples of these islands.
But the case for the UK is about head as well as heart – our future as well as our your past. I have no time for those who say there is no way Scotland could go it alone. I know first-hand the contribution(best butlers and gamekeepers ever) Scotland and Scots make to Britain’s success – so for me there’s no question about whether Scotland could be an independent nation. The real question is whether it should – whether Scotland is stronger, safer, richer and fairer within our United Kingdom or outside it. Here, I believe, the answer is clear.
Britain is admired ignored around the world as a source of prosperity, power and security and tax fiddlers. Those glorious Olympics last summer reminded us just what we are capable of when we pull together:
(especially the part whereby they all booed the English chancellor of the Exchequer) Scottish, English, Welsh, Northern Irish, all in the same boat –but not the same deck sometimes literally. If you told many people watching those Olympics that we were going to erect barriers between our people, they’d probably be baffled. Put simply: Britain works(apart from the lazy unemployed skivers but ATOS will sort them out). Britain works well. for the Torys Why break it?

Of course there are difficult challenges(for you lot) to face and tough choices to make. There always are – in government and in our everyday lives. These wouldn’t disappear if Scotland broke apart from the UK. But those arguing for separation want to force you (terrorists)to make another choice – between Scotland and Britain. I say why should you be forced(terrorists)  to make that choice?
Our United Kingdom is four nations united for the common(English Tory) good of all its(Tory) citizens. With its own Scottish Government and Parliament within the UK, Scots can take important decisions affecting their daily lives(such as the price of bread). Scots can take all of these decisions and more to meet the specific needs of Scotland – and they can do so without losing the benefits(only social security etc) of being part of the UK and having a full little say in its future economic strength and opportunity, international influence and national security. Scotland within the UK has a system of government patronage that offers the best of both worlds. Why swap Scottish MPs, Scottish cabinet ministers and Scots throughout UK institutions, for one Scottish Ambassador in London?(just because they are all wankers??)
So what should happen from here until the vote? I know those arguing (terrorists) for independence are already preparing their separation (terrorists)transition plan,Bomb plot as though they’ve got this in the bag, but to me that is wrong(a worry). So we’ll be providing expert-based(Unionist) analysis bullshit to explain Obfuscate    Scotland’s place within the UK and how it might change with separation. (terrorists)This big question is for Scotland to decide. But the answer matters to all of our United Kingdom.


  1. No one will be forcing me to vote.

  2. That man is amazing.

    He's so detached from reality, you wonder if he's some sort of robot.

    I notice he talks about Prosperity:

    Here, I believe, the answer is clear.
    Britain is admired around the world as a source of prosperity, power and security.


    Prosperity? Tell that to all the people youve put on the dole, or taken the dole away from. Tell it to the homeless. Kings and Presidents, tyrants and dictators, your friends that you sell weaponry to: they probably think we are rich because of the way you guys behave; the money you spend.

    Power? Don't be ridiculous you silly little man. You only have any power in the world because America lets you. Piss off Mr Obama and you'll be zero!

    Security? You're kidding now, aren't you. You have pissed off every terrorist group in the world. And messing with the USA in the internal affairs of Muslim countries has made this one of the most dangerous places to live.

    A country with WMDs, even if it doesn't have the right to use them without permission from the USA is a legitimate target. But it's ok, they are only in Scotland, and it will only be whinging jocks that get killed if someone bombs them, so no Tories.

    If brains were dynamite you couldn't blow a parting in your hair.

    Even the sight of you or the sound of your voice makes me want to vomit.

    Very funny Niko.... You should send it to him.

  3. What rambing shameful mess of a blog. uKOK sums it up.

  4. What you've written is so, so true.

    You've sold me. I'm going to vote YES to independence for no more Tories.

    A big thank you for giving me that last push.