1. The First Minister has no clothes. I’m sorry, but I couldn’t help noticing. And shouldn’t someone say something?
  2. He is wearing clothes. Just not his own.
  3. The clothes he wears belong to other people.
  4. People who believe above all else in things like social justice, a greener more sustainable environment, a fairer society in every way, a nuclear weapon free country.
  5. These are all positive things and they do tend to make him look good. As long as, you know, you don’t look underneath.
  6. Think of what lies behind his words, seeing him without their clothes and well, it is none too pretty
  7. You can understand why he tries so hard to cover up
  8. In a modern progressive world being a nationalist is not very pc. You have to mask it a little for it to appear more socially acceptable
  9. Otherwise you just see it for what it is against and what it is trying to turn you against. In this case your own country – Scotland in the United Kingdom – and your own countrymen and women  – that is the people of England, Wales, Northern Ireland and yes, Scotland too, to the extent that they are people who are happy being Scottish and being in the United Kingdom
  10. The First Minister tells you, we’ll become better by becoming smaller and lesser in so many ways. He says you should trust him. Even though the First Minister has no clothes.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.

Ordinary Man