The next leader of the SNP should be the political leader who is most capable of leading Scotland to Independence.
However, that person will NOT be a current member of the SNP. None of the ‘front runners’ (who are all Sturgeon-appointed sycophants) are capable of the job.
The only person with the track record in leading the national movement for Scotland’s Independence is Alex Salmond.
But he is not – and never again will be – a member of the SNP.
This is because of the simple fact that he resigned from the party which he led to near-victory in the 2014 Scottish Independence referendum – after Nicola Sturgeon and her close friends and (mostly female) conspirators in the Scottish parliament and government accused Salmond of (alleged) rape and a number of serious (alleged) sexual assaults.
None of these allegations were true. All of these allegations were dismissed by a jury in the High Court and Salmond was found NOT GUILTY.
Facts ‘mainstream’ media at the Salmond trial kept from the public
So, the SNP should – and must – elect a new leader from its wide and inclusive list of B-grade wannabees.
But no matter who the SNP elect as its new leader, it will make no difference.
Whoever is the next SNP leader will make no impact and fail spectacularly to lead Scotland’s Independence movement because of the toxic (and as yet still un-folding ) fall-out from the reign of Mr and Mrs Sturgeon (where her husband (currently) holds the interest-conflicted role of party chief executive).
Sturgeon was all about – eh – herself. And the SNP.
Under Sturgeon, the national movement in favour of Scotland’s Independence was abandoned by her in favour of ‘politically-correct’ ‘virtue-signalling’ through her short-sighted (and needless) alliance with the Greens and their deeply unpopular policy which now allows people with penises to unilaterally declare that they are a woman (even if they have actually raped a (real) woman – a person who is now technically-termed a ‘vagina-owner’.
Meanwhile, back in the real world, the SNP is left bereft, leader-less and rudderless as it drifts aimlessly into a political cul-de-sac – entirely made by its own political incompetence by having frequently wasted many chances to simply declare Independence on the basis of its oft-claimed (multiple) ‘mandates’.
Under Sturgeon, the SNP has conspicuously failed to achieve, or deliver, Independence for Scotland.
It has wasted many political opportunities to do so (such as demanding an Independence referendum from the Westminster government then led by prime minister Theresa May in return for enabling May to hold -and win – and UK parliament vote to confirm Brexit. The refusal to do so by the SNP directly led to Boris Buffoon Johnston successfully challenging May as leader of the Tory Party… which then resulted in Johnston’s Brexit Buffoonery.
The SNP blew its ‘once in a generation’ to crow-bar Westminster into ‘granting’ a Scottish independence referendum;
Let’s not blow away a second chance; https://tinyurl.com/uwap6cr
So the SNP must now form an effective alliance with Salmond and the Alba Party (and Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party) to lead Scotland’s independence movement ( as a whole) to political Independence for Scotland – by using the next Holyrood general election as a de facto and conclusive plebiscitary vote to unilaterally declare Independence for Scotland by winning a (multi-party progressive alliance) Scottish parliament election.
Scotland’s Independence is far too important to be left to the SNP.
Mark R Whittet LLB BA
Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party
The primary goal – and number one objective in the constitution of Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party – is to achieve political Independence for Scotland.
We aim to do so by helping to bring about a new/ second Scottish Independence Referendum in light of the entirely-changed political and constitutional landscape following the UK Brexit vote.
We shall do this by providing a meaningful, valid, SECOND choice/ chance to vote for Independence-supporting MSPs in elections to the next Scottish Parliament; ie SNP party members/ voters can vote ‘first’ choice for SNP on the ballot paper, and then vote ‘second’ choice for Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party on the ballot paper.
This gives two choices/ chances/ votes in favour of Scotland’s Independence (instead of the present 1/ SNP – and reduces the ‘stray’/ use-less ‘second’ vote going to any other British Unionist party.
Despite the use of the word ‘Scottish’ in front of their names, the Liberals, Tories and Labour are all single, British Unionist parties and are all controlled from, and based in, their London head offices.
Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party is not competing with the SNP; rather, we want to work in a progressive alliance with them and all other groups that support Independence for Scotland.
JOIN US: www.SIRP.Scot
The SNP (finally) agree to support ‘all YES votes for Independence alliance’ – just 5 YEARS after Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party first urged an all-party Indy alliance.
100 years ago, Ireland cleverly used a ‘de facto’ referendum / plebiscite election in 1918 to win Independence from the UK.
So should Scotland (and SNP should learn lesson from history) – like we said in 2020 https://bit.ly/3bxBB3c http://SIRP.Scot
Appeal against contempt of court verdict on reports over botched Salmond ‘sex trial’. If this appeal is successful (and it should be) judicial heads must roll. https://tinyurl.com/2apps2ax
Westminster constitutional law is as irrelevant to Scottish Independence as Soviet Constitutional Law was to Lithuanian and Estonian Independence. But it (still) enables Westminster to ignore Scotland