The list MPs criticism is something he rages about regularly. Forgetting that the first time the SNP were in power, it was because of list MPs.clydecloggie wrote:Aye, he's a grade A cvnt who seems to think his foul-mouthed rants are OK because 'that is how Scots are'. Dick.Biffer29 wrote:Yeah, he's similar to Dominic Cummings in that regard.slick wrote:Is he the Wings guy? If so, hasn't he said he's quite happy to pull the whole thing down to get his own way?tc27 wrote:Yes, also he's fighting a war against the SNP over the trans issue.Lorthern Nights wrote: Probably sees it as the best way to get a majority for Indy in the Holyrood elections, those sympathetic to the cause can now give their second pref to them as it will be very hard for the SNP to repeat Salmond's 2010 feat and if they lose ground that just allows Westminster to kick another vote into the long grass which they are trying to do anyway.
He is also an incredibly astute commentator on Scottish politics with a photographic memory and dog-with-a-bone mindset, and he has found a really interesting loophole in the Scottish electoral system. If that party manages to rake in the pro-Indy list vote, the Unionist parties will be hit hard as they get a lot of MSPs through the list rather than constituencies. I would assume he will not stand himself, so the part of the Indy support he has successfully antagonised might even go for this.
I'd be worried about his party turning into the UKIP of Scottish Nationalism. Not far right, but a bit loony with some really questionable candidates.