‘You’ll Be Far From Independent!” Marr BLASTS SNP MP


The Scottish National Party are a strange breed of nationalist, they want independence for Scotland from the rest of the United Kingdom but more than happy for a ‘Free Scotland’ to carry on under the yoke of Brussels. Indeed, one of the hooks their hang their nationalism is the EU Referendum Vote.

Andrew Marr brilliantly exposed this contradiction yesterday. He was interviewing SNP’s Westminister leader Ian Blackford. Mr Blackford, urged Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to back the Scottish party’s call to stay inside the single market, refused to say whether he supported an EU army.

In the week that Martin Schulz expressed his intense desire for a ‘United States Of Europe,’ it seems that Mr Blackford is all too keen to sign the SNP and Scotland up.

Marr skewered Blackford:

“Is that still the case even after the agenda of the EU has become clear?

“Schulz wants a new constitution for Europe, for a United States of Europe, which entails an army, a treasury, a chancellor and anyone who doesn’t like it will have to leave.

“There is no independence for Scotland there!”

Blackford shyly replied:

“We are concentrating on what is happening in front of us at the moment.

“Our position is that we are protecting the interests of our people and that means staying inside the single market.”

So, not talking about the federalist elephant in the room then? The people of Scotland deserve far better than this totally evasive and dishonest answer from the SNP.

 

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4 Responses

  1. Steven says:

    The SNP seem to be a mirror image of Labour, scrap that – all mainstream parties are the same. They have been infiltrated by Marxists who want a global government. The best thing we can do is vote for fringe parties but really we should create an emphasis on restructuring the way voting works t fall in line with proportional representation instead of the severely flawed, undemocratic system we currently have.

  2. Tone. says:

    That useles slob Ian Blackford is the WORST MP ever to represent Ross, Cromarty and Skye. Not a patch on the late Charles Kennedy. RESIGN YOU USELESS MOUTHPIECE.

  3. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    It was back at school that I had the friendship of a Scot, with his ‘Scotland Forever’ and ‘Independence for Scotland’. He was well up on his history, which seemed to always come back to William Wallace ! We got on fine, and we still either meet up or chat on the telephone, but he is calmer now of a free Scotland !
    A totally free, independent Scotland is possible, but utterly unwanted, as the Scots would find out to their discomfort. Leaving the UK, but being a member of the EU, probably with the euro as currency, would not make them free, and it is possible that the EU would see them as a net taker, not a net contributor, and would not want them as a member. Staying as a much valued member of the UK, seems to be the sensible way forward, and their referendum on this matter saw their view, to be just that.
    As for the SNP. Well they tried to put forward an independent Scotland, so they had their chance, but failed. That Party is now seen as a group that does not do administration very well, and I think it is possible that the Westminster Parties may take back SNP seats. The SNP will however limp on for some years !

  4. Ian Edwards says:

    Bravo, good expose on the Scotts Nats. Interesting that Marr, an engaging media fascist in my view but that’s personal opinion of his politics, actually seems to be talking more sense these days re the diabolic US of E project.

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