Sunday, 17 October 2010

SNP's ruling class attitude over Trump shows why they would filter the national conversation

The Scotland On Sunday has exposed that Donald Trump, when he was turned down by Aberdeenshire council and thought he had lost, was told by the SNP government he would still win. Their now obviously biased move to challenge and revers the council's position followed.

To all who care to keep a note of it and remember it until election time, this has exposed that the the first nationalist government is on the side of clearances and evictions. It's a ruling class monstrosity at odds with the most prominent theme of oppression that has run in Scottish history since the union!

This is yet another issue that is affected by covering up the court change. I have been saying here, that the well known folks facing evil deportation from Britain to Africa at knowing risk of their lives are being knowingly and culpably kept in danger by the SNP going along with the British parties in covering up the court change, and neither telling ghem about it nor exposing it publicly. At least the SNP claim to be on those folks' side opposing the deportations, so inviting you to judge them on whether they act that way in practice. Not so with the evictions at Menie. The folks whose homes Trump wants to demolish to assist leisure for the rich, the SNP's first government is openly and blatantly not on their side but happy to be party to perpetrating a modern clearance upon them - and it is wilfully withholding information from them too by not exposing or announcing the court change. Suppressing from the public record my referendum consultation response, that included describing the court change, has had this effect too, we can see that it is another measure whereby the SNP has assisted Trump's clearances by suppressing information.

This may not only be about the court change. My consultation response also described a housing injustice issue that the SNP has wilfully run away from taking any position on for 15 years, but that needs to feature in the referendum if it is to be in any way a fairly informed referendum. This was my story that when I made my zionist return to Scotland from exile, in 1995, and bought a house in a nice leafy section of a half-privatised council estate, on my eighth day both in Scotland and in a newly bought house the police lied to me that it was a rough area.

The lie being proved by police complaint and overturned, the SNP could never have had any legal fear over facts. I explained so in the response. The SNP has never wanted to give an inch to any pressing to take a position on that maltreatment of zionist returners from the Scottish diaspora, by the British state, which if aired properly would inform the country properly on whether it adds to the case for independence.

We can see that by not encouraging awareness or talk about any housing justice issues for the Scottish people at ordinary level, they make it easier for themselves to get away with siding with the world financial elite, like Trump and his customers, against us. Suppressing my consultation response was consistent with this too. Nice folks?

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