Tonight the ‘yes’ movement lost

Those of us in the yes movement, the real patriots are mourning the loss of one of our best assets and at the hands of our enemies. Someone once said, keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Never a truer word has been spoken. Tonight, we lost ‘Wings over Scotland’ Stu Campbell having taken enough, has decided to put his friends and family first. And who could blame him. Stu has been fighting an upward battle since exposing what is really going on within the Nicola Sturgeon Party and in doing so has taken quite a battering from those who profess to support independence. They do no such thing. What they support is a party of personalities, a party so toxic you can smell them a mile away.  To those mourning the loss of wings I too mourn with you, for those celebrating I pity you, for you have no idea what awaits.

The last bastion of hope evaporated last Thursday, Independence for Scotland is dead in the water, killed, not by the British State but by an enemy within Scotland. Someone masquerading as Scotland’s saviour. Last Thursday Scotland saw the party faithful troop along to the polling station to carryout what the history books will determine the last nail in the coffin of independence. And of course, too brainwashed to realise what they just gave away. I often wonder what the father of the nation, the real father of the nation would have thought had he been alive in these times.

“As long as but a hundred of us remain alive, never will we on any conditions be brought under English rule. It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours, that we are fighting but for freedom – for that alone, which no honest man gives up but with life itself.”

What are we fighting for? What does a free Scotland look like? Ask yourself this, when you cast your vote last Thursday, for whom did you vote? A party, who has promised you an independence referendum and yet delivered none. Or, a party whose favourite sport seems to be taking pot shots at the less fortunate. Or a party who lost its soul when it tried to appeal to middle England. Or a party whose only claim to fame is hanging onto the coattails of the 2014 independence referendum.


If you voted party, then the cross would have gone next to the SNP. If you put country your cross should have gone next to Alba on the list.


If you answered country, then you are a patriot and have the right to stand on the shoulders of giants. If you answered party. Then hang your head in shame for you have just sold out the country.

I shall from now on start every blog post by asking SNP supporters, are we there yet? I await with bated breath every excuse as to why we are nowhere near freedom.

I wish Stu Campbell every success in his retirement, you Sir is an asset to the movement, the time will come when those who saw you off fall from a great height and witness what we have witnessed since the Sturgeonite era.