Scotland’s CSA Inquiry: A few comments from the great unwashed

Well its been one hellava week for the CSA inquiry in Scotland, Professor Lamb quit here as did the Chairwoman here. Ms O’Brien, rightly, insisted on her resignation letter being published publicly here. But on top o all that, we were then subjected to PURE CLAP TRAP that gushed-oh so easily-from Swinney’s LYING cakehole here.

It would appear the SNP wanted the inquiry to be just about as independent as they want Scotland to be…. 

I thought some of the comments left in online were VERY interesting!!

I have blogged a few of the comments below. (I particularly liked the 2nd one!!)

This is Scotland’s REAL reaction. I don’t think i’ve come across a single comment that backs up the SNP’s ridiculously pathetic excuse of an inquiry.

There are a lot more comments here it’s well worth takin a look! (There was another article but the comment section has been removed.. Will add more links when I find them)

SCOTLAND IS AWAKE & by looks o things no exactly happy wi the SNP & their farce o an inquiry…

TICK TOCK


4:52 PM on 04/07/2016

Who is the SNP government protecting??


4:54 PM on 04/07/2016

Scottish paedophiles, your time has come, your nearest Named Person scheme needs you.


8:10 AM on 05/07/2016

This very sinister episode once again highlights what a awful place Scotland has become under SNP control.
Swinney and his senior puppets have got this spectacularly wrong, the issue has dragged on for months and during that time very little work has been done to support the victims due to the interference and bungling of the nationalists.
Scotland is shamed by the SNP. They care nothing for the victims they their only priority is central control of ALL aspects of our life’s.


7:00 PM on 04/07/2016

Mr Swinney has lost two of the three members appointed to hold the Child Abuse Inquiry. It appears that the two departures are of people who were in disagreement with what the SNP wants.
We will see what the Opposition makes of this. The number of foul-ups and botched decisions that the SNP Government is responsible for mounts. To add to the underperformance in schools and the Named Person scheme, Liz Smith the Shadow Education Secretary has another subject in her brief to tackle


8:01 PM on 04/07/2016

So a failed SNP council candidate points the finger at a distinguished and independently – minded QC and then the QC is gone?!

What is happening to Scotland?


7:12 PM on 04/07/2016

Well, well, well – this sorry saga gets worse as the Chair steps down due to Government ‘interference’ and to make matters worse for the SNP, Swinney comes up with accusations against Ms O’Brien via SNP candidate Dr Claire Fyvie who tendered for the contract of offering her services to the inquiry. Fyvie raised concerns about the Chair’s remarks at some training session in February – so if it was that big a deal to Swinney then why did it take him 5 months to raise it? – Sorry SNP but you can try and deflect all you want but we can all see through it – SNP and their cronies deny justice for those sexually abused – Disgusting!!


7:29 AM on 05/07/2016

Taking into account their track record the SNP have made yet another ‘mess’ of something that is so very serious and important ( especially to survivors) and have cast the blame on someone else. Swinney and Co are so arrogant and ‘always right’. The comment was unacceptable yes, but they knew about it since February and have done nothing until now. Look at the REAL FACTS. Two members of this panel have resigned in a week both sighting ‘Government interference’, Swinney denies this. Not only do I believe that there was interference but the probability is that there has also been collusion with agencies representing establishments who were responsible for the CRIMES being investigated by the Inquiry. This whole thing stinks, it really does. The one person in all of this who should be considering their position is Mr. Swinney himself.


7:35 PM on 04/07/2016

So one member of the inquiry team has resigned due to “Scottish Government interference” and the Inquiry Chair has now been forced out by the Scottish Government. This comes after initial criticism, by many of the survivors of abuse, that the inquiry remit was unnecessarily limited in scope by the Scottish Government.

Just what are the SNP up to here?

It’s beginning to smell rather badly!


9:00 AM on 05/07/2016

the catholic church is indeed up to its neck in this, but so are the whole establishment. The royal family , governments etc..don’t look to use prejudices to miss the massive target in front of us.


8:26 AM on 05/07/2016

Susan O’Brian asked John Swinney to make her letter of resignation public – he hasn’t done so, although it has found its way onto the web – see below.
When asked on Radio Scotland this morning what reasons Susan O’Brian and Professor Lamb gave for resigning from the inquiry Swinney refused to discuss their reasons, despite having resignation letters and having met with Prof Lamb last week.
It has the look of a cover-up but what is John hiding?

It could just be money – he’s concerned that costs get out of control and would rather survivors gave testimony to ScotGov functionaries than expensive solicitors.

It could be that ScotGov simply have to interfere into every aspect of Scottish life.

It could be something politically distasteful – covering up the failings of ScotGov departments relating to child abuse.

It could be more sinister – is the SNP covering up for paedophile priests? The SNP have a very cosy and politically rewarding relationship with the Catholic Church in Scotland.


8:10 AM on 05/07/2016

This very sinister episode once again highlights what a awful place Scotland has become under SNP control.
Swinney and his senior puppets have got this spectacularly wrong, the issue has dragged on for months and during that time very little work has been done to support the victims due to the interference and bungling of the nationalists.
Scotland is shamed by the SNP. They care nothing for the victims they their only priority is central control of ALL aspects of our life’s


7:29 AM on 05/07/2016

Taking into account their track record the SNP have made yet another ‘mess’ of something that is so very serious and important ( especially to survivors) and have cast the blame on someone else. Swinney and Co are so arrogant and ‘always right’. The comment was unacceptable yes, but they knew about it since February and have done nothing until now. Look at the REAL FACTS. Two members of this panel have resigned in a week both sighting ‘Government interference’, Swinney denies this. Not only do I believe that there was interference but the probability is that there has also been collusion with agencies representing establishments who were responsible for the CRIMES being investigated by the Inquiry. This whole thing stinks, it really does. The one person in all of this who should be considering their position is Mr. Swinney himself.


7:20 AM on 05/07/2016

https://spidercatweb.wordpress.com/2016/07/04/csa-chairwomans-letter-of-resignation-to-john-swinney/

Susan O’Brian’s letter of resignation.


11:09 PM on 04/07/2016

Any word about the ‘establishment’ in Palmerston Place frequented by the great and the good of the Scottish Establishment?
No?
Thought not.
I wonder why?


10:59 PM on 04/07/2016

Another Establishment cover-up.
What are they afraid of?


don’t blame me -I didn’t vote for them. this is another example of the snp trying to control every aspect of our lives. wait and see -they’ll get a more ‘sympathetic’ malleable chair in place

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