Anyone that reads the newspapers would surely have noticed the British media attacking the SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY or the SNP as they are more commonly called. Some polls are forecasting a Labour victory but the Labour government may have to be “propped up” by the SNP and other small left wing governments, this is being spoken about like its a threat to the future of Britain by the vast majority of the biased British media.

John Major used the word mayhem to describe what a Labour, SNP coalition would be like, he should know.

At the 1993 Conservative Party Conference, Major began the “Back to Basics” campaign, which he intended to also be about a wide variety of issues including the economy, education and policing, but which was interpreted by many (including Conservative cabinet ministers) purely in the context of returning to the moral and family values that they associated with the Conservative Party.

“Back to Basics” became synonymous with scandal, often exposed in lurid and embarrassing detail by tabloid newspapers such as The Sun. In 1992, David Mellor, a cabinet minister, had been exposed as having an extramarital affair and for accepting hospitality from the daughter of a leading member of the Palestine Liberation Organization. The wife of the Earl of Caithness committed suicide amongst rumours of the Earl committing adultery. Stephen Milligan was found dead having apparently auto-asphyxiated whilst performing a solitary sex act (his Eastleigh seat was lost in what was to be an ongoing stream of hefty by-election defeats). David Ashby was “outed” by his wife after sleeping with men.  A string of other Conservative MPs, including Alan Amos, Tim Yeo, and Michael Brown, were involved in sexual scandals.

Other debilitating scandals included “Arms to Iraq” – the ongoing inquiry into how government ministers including Alan Clark (also involved in an unrelated scandal involving the revelation of his affair with the wife and both daughters of a South African judge) had encouraged businesses to supply arms to Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War of the 1980s, in breach of the official arms embargo, and how senior ministers had, on legal advice, attempted to withhold evidence of this official connivance when directors of Matrix Churchill were put on trial for breaking the embargo.

Another scandal was “Cash for Questions“, in which first Graham Riddick, and David Tredinnick accepted money to ask questions in the House of Commons in a newspaper “sting”, and later Tim Smith and Neil Hamilton were found to have received money from Mohamed Al Fayed, also to ask questions in the House. Later, David Willetts resigned as Paymaster General after he was accused of rigging evidence to do with Cash for Questions. 

WOULD THE SNP DESTROY BRITAIN?

The media claim that the SNP could destroy Britain’s economy, the trouble is we are already in one and half trillion pound debt! The SNP are in no way responsible for that. Austerity has and is failing, the Conservative government have squeezed the poorer classes dry while cutting taxes for billionaires and ignoring corporate tax evasion and the corruption within the banks of Britain.

What our leading political parties do not want to admit is the success of parties like SNP and UKIP is not necessarily based on people liking these parties its based on people being sick of the lies, propaganda, cover ups and scandals that goes on within our government and corporate media. Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP are right in one thing, there is no point in voting out a Conservative government to replace with a slightly less Conservative government that calls itself Labour.

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Homeowners could face early rise in interest rates if Ed Miliband is propped up by the SNP, warn Morgan Stanley

  • Major bank warns against Labour government propped up by the the SNP
  • Morgan Stanley says anti-austerity agenda would lead to bank rate hike
  • Second bank says Labour would be dragged to the left by the nationalists
  • Report a blow to the party’s attempt to show voters economic competence
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