The problem with having blind faith is that some day you might wake up blind

I offer a posting I did on the 10 th April and on the 6th of May it happened.

A wee bit of advice to the sheeple.

“The problem with having blind faith is that some day you might wake up blind.”

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Gordon Bain

Gordon Bain Who are the “sheeple”?

Bob Costello

Bob Costello Sheeple ,Gordon , are people who have a propensity to act in a flock and follow blindly never looking at the road ahead, but being happy ,in place of having to think , to follow on . They are fine as long as they have someone in front of them to do the thinking , but when it gets dark they have a habit of walking into things they hadn’t though, might be in front of them. That is why a road map is so important.

Gordon Bain

Gordon Bain But Bob, who ARE the sheeple?

Bob Costello

Bob Costello The sheeple, Gordon , in this context are the self appointed guardians of the soul of the SNP . The ones ( mostly new members ) that offer abuse instead of reasoned argument . They have a standard position of, the SNP can do no wrong and they have a master plan that they are not telling anyone about . They ignore the fact that after 18 months we are still in the same position as we were the day after the referendum as far as addressing the issues we lost the referendum on . Their answer to convincing people who voted no ( for many reasons) is to insult them. They are not capable of forming an independent thought process and therefore follow the flock. They are amongst the people who think they are campaigning at the moment but as the manifesto has not been released then I cannot understand what policies they think they are campaigning on. They add absolutely zero to the ongoing independence debate, in fact they stifle debate and this might very well be the reason the SNP do not reign them in .



I have been in business for well over half a century but I learn something new every day. My politics are the middle of the road. I believe that the far-right and far-left are equally harmful. Jim Murphy ( at that time, leader of the Scottish Labour party) asked me if I called myself a socialist. I said, "no Jim, I am not a socialist, I am a capitalist, but a capitalist with a social conscience.

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