What I am most looking forward to at the climate change jamboree in Glasgow is the global humiliation of Nicola Sturgeon.
The leaders of 120 nations arrive in the Scotland’s second city on Sunday. Already union lefties have seen a chance of making a few bob by announcing Scotrail staff and the city dustbin workers plan to go on strike.
The city is blighted by rubbish and fly-tipping as well as some of the highest poverty, drug death and crime rates.
But if I were a politician walking the streets of Glasgow I would be more worried about the rats.
Susan Aitken, the SNP leader in Glasgow, told the Scottish Affairs Committee that all cities had rats but admitted to ‘’possibly two’’ occasions in which council workers had been hospitalised after’’ small incidents’’ with rats.
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I am pretty sure the council workers did not describe being attacked by rats as a ‘’small incident.’’ That woman is an idiot.
She then exposed to the world her small amount of grey matter by saying the problems of Glasgow were due to ‘’historic challenges’’ and said they were the legacy of the Thatcher government which had abandoned Glasgow. Could I point out she stood down 30 years ago and died eight years ago.
Ms Aitken’s boss is Nicola Sturgeon. She has known for five years that Glasgow was to come under global spotlight.
You would have thought she would get the city pristine.
SNP leaders should be ashamed of themselves. And the people of Scotland should be ashamed they have kept this woman in power for seven years.
Look where it has got them. A global laughing stock.
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