Sturgeon Census Changes Will Ruin the Wedding Industry in Scotland as Scotsmen abandon Wearing the Kilt Fearing Catcalls Such as “Doris Where’s your Troosers.” Andy Stewart Will be Birrlin’ in his Grave!!!

Letting people self-identify gender in a census is another step towards erasing women completely

The Scottish Census

It is imperative that social scientists, economists, planners and society are in possession of accurate data so that they are able to ensure males and females are provided with the support they need to live their daily lives.

To facilitate this the Scottish public, under the guidance of its coalition government, led by WOKE politician extraordinaire Nicola Sturgeon and the insidious Green Party is to complete a census in 2022. An event routinely held every 10 years since 1841. So no problem there. But wait!!!

Surely the census should have been completed in 2021 as it was in all other parts of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

The answer is “Yes” but Sturgeon wasn’t ready. Her new WOKE procedures were not yet on the statute. So she simply deferred the Census until she and her Green party colleagues had put in place arrangements totally foreign to Scots and to all other persons in Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

What is so important to Nicola Sturgeon and her WOKE politicians that the census needed to be deferred for a year you might ask? The answer is devastating for the vast bulk of Scots.

The SNP coalition government is authorising participants taking part to nominate if they’re male or female based on how they’re feeling at the time they complete the forms and not according to their legal status.

But what is the problem. Why can’t people who feel a bit feminine that day simply state “I am a female”. Because it sets a dangerous precedence.

A data collection procedure, in place for nearly 200 years in Scotland and all other parts of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is being hijacked by WOKE politicians to serve an agenda for change that has not been agreed to by the electorate.

The census should not be tinkered with by politicians. But Sturgeon and her WOKE friends are determined on a course of action that will change Scottish society for ever and ruin the efficacy of vital data just to pander to a very significant but aggressively outspoken minority of WOKE activists who promote the denial of truth by refusing to accept biological reality.

Westminster politicians flirted with changing the rules for data collection, (with little public fanfare) before the 2020 census but a letter published in the “Times” signed off by 100 eminent accademics noted that the guidance would effectively transform the sex question into one of gender identity undermining reliability on a key demographic variable.

In layman’s terms accurately entering sex on the census form is important so that healthcare providers are able to project with accuracy the numbers of the population likely to develop prostate cancer, which is limited to biological men and conversely the number of woman who will become ill through cervical cancer which is limited to biological women. And many other instances.

There is still time for a politician with guts and determination to get the matter referred to the Supreme Court for a judgement which would mirror that reached in the courts in England Wales and Northern Ireland. Sturgeon should leave well alone!!!!


The Early Days of Sturgeon’s Political Career Revealed Her Ruthless Ambition to Lead the SNP Regardless of Friendship or Loyalty

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Sturgeon – 1986-2010

1986: Just 17 years old and wet behind the ears a youthful Nicola Sturgeon joined the SNP and soon got stuck into political arguments with politicians many years her senior and electioneering with gusto.

Her speedy acceptance as a budding politician of note was quite remarkable given her attention was also taken up with studies for a law degree at Glasgow University at Glasgow University and her early days in employment as a trainee solicitor at Drumchapel Law Centre.

1992 Her problem politically was that she was universally disliked by many of her political colleagues and the public who viewed her as an aggressive hard-line humourless harpy with an unhealthy preference for trouser suits.

But at the time she emerged there was a dearth of young talented Scottish nationalists and she able to apply for and was elected onto the SNP National Executive and unsuccessfully (gained less than 20% of the votes) stood as a candidate for the Shettleston seat in the Scottish parliamentary elections.

1997: She stood as a candidate for the Westminster seat of Glasgow Govan and lost and it wasn’t until 1999 when she finally gained a seat in the Scottish parliament as an unelected list MSP.

2004: John Swinney resigned. Sturgeon was convinced she would succeed him as party leader but her ambitions were apparently dealt a severe blow when in an audacious change of mind Alex Salmond, took the job despite earlier insisting: ‘If nominated, I would decline; if drafted, I will defer and, if elected, I will resign.”

But Alex taking the leadership had only ever been Plan B. It was previously agreed he would take on the role of mentor to the new leader Sturgeon. But he was forced to throw his hat into the ring when it became obvious that she was losing, badly, to Perth MSP Roseanna Cunningham.

Enhancing her prospects Sturgeon abandoned her bid to lead the party and instead submitted her application for the Deputy leader’s job only a few hours before nominations closed, tricking Roseanna Cunningham, who was denied time to muster sufficient support, out of the deputy leader post.

Roseanna, who had enjoyed the company of Sturgeon on many nights out dining at Glasgow restaurant’s was appalled at Sturgeon’s treachery and with her political career effectively blunted she never forgave her. Friendship’s do not survive such betrayal.

With Alex away at Westminster Sturgeon took charge of the party at Holyrood and did well. In an interview with the BBC when asked about her image change she said: “When you’re younger, you take yourself far too seriously – particularly being a young woman in politics, where you feel a pressure to be taken seriously. If I were honest, I was probably a bit po-faced”.

Her new found persona confirmed she had dramatically reversed her opinion of Margaret Thatcher since her demeanour was now much more in common with the late Iron Lady than she would admit to.

Previously Sturgeon said : “it wasn’t fair, where a man would be judged ‘robust’, she was damned as “nippie”. He might be “articulate”, she would be “strident”.

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2007: It was 13 years after she entered politics before she was elected to the Scottish parliamentary seat of Glasgow Southside and her success would be attributed to the leadership of Alex Salmond whose electioneering skills and campaigning took the SNP into power in Scotland for the first time ever.

The election also introduced a “new” Sturgeon who together with other colleagues had been equipped with effective public presentation skills after media consultants had conducted polls and identified their public weaknesses, which had to be overcome if the 2007 election was to be won. Formally “nippie sweetie” Sturgeon engaged with the public as a smiling, mild mannered and at times flirty young woman. She was transformed.

2010: Towards the end of 2003 the press revealed Sturgeon was in a relationship with Peter Murrell, Chief Executive of the SNP. After nearly seven years together they married in July 2010.

While some within the Party were content with the new but unusual arrangement there were many whose views were much more cynical observing:

“She part-controls the political side of things and he completely controls the organisational side of things. It’s a pretty powerful axis to be sat around one breakfast table.” It was her insistence on the continuance of the “special arrangement” when she became party leader that brought about the rift between herself and Alex who advised against it.

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