“The society which has abolished every kind of adventure makes its own abolition the only possible adventure.” Paris, May 1968


Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Panic? No way.

Cameron, Clegg and Bernie Winters head north in an attempt, having failed with the purse strings, to tug at Scottish heart strings.  No doubt there will be much photo-op hesitant nibbling of stovies, mutton pies and haggis and chips. All washed town by tentative sips from pints of heavy. Pubs are offering YES or NO (Bitter Together) beer. A St Andrew's flag is hoisted over Number 10 only for the halyard to break and the whole shooting match flutter to the ground. John Major steps forward to fulfil his role as elder statesman and warn of the dire consequences of Jock Independence. Don't mention cricket, or Curry.
Alex Salmond has the look of a man who has lost a mickle and found a muckle. Only time will tell if the average Scot will be better served by an Edinburgh elite rather than a Westminster one but the question seems to be a live one all right. Unusually for politics - at least it's not boring.

1 comment:

Dr Llareggub said...

My misgivings about an independent Scotland will be realized when Salmond's attempt to create a socialist utopia crumbles and we have to put up with The Scottish Solidarity Campaign - as with the current Venezuela Solidarity Campaign - with Tariq Ali, Diane Abbott,Ken Livingstone, little boy Owen and the Guardian and Hampstead luvvies telling us that all is well.

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