|Date and place of birth|| July 19, 1970 |
|Parents||Robin Sturgeon, Joan Kerr Ferguson|
|Spouse||Peter Murrell (m. 2010)|
|Country||Scotland; devolved administration within the United Kingdom.|
|Highest rank attained|| Political: First Minister|
|Political beliefs|| Socialism|
|Political party||Scottish National Party|
|Date of dictatorship||20 November 2014 - 28 March 2023|
|Number of deaths attributed|| Thousands|
+3,400 elderly care home residents
Nicola Sturgeon (born July 19, 1970, age 53), officially titled "First Minister", is the disgraced former dictator of Scotland. She held the position of leader of the Scottish National Party, the Scottish socialist, racist, establishmentarian ruling party which has historic ties with Nazism, between 2014 and 2023.
She ruled Scotland, described in March 2021 as the "most authoritarian country in Western Europe", in a police state fashion and is regarded to have merged nation and party in a manner akin to Hitler in Nazi Germany and Stalin in the Soviet Union. The Sturgeon regime has destroyed free speech in Scotland, even within the home, conspired to undermine the democratic will of the British people, and pushed legislation to allow state officials to interfere with family life.
- 1 Early life
- 2 Political career
- 3 Views, policies and behaviour
- 4 Public opinion
- 5 Personal life
- 6 References
Nicola Ferguson Sturgeon was born in Irvine, Scotland on 19 July 1970, the first child of Robin Sturgeon (b. 1948), whose mother was from the English city of Sunderland, and Joan Kerr Ferguson (b.1952) and she spent her school years at Dreghorn Primary (1975-1982) and Greenwood Academy (1982-1988). Sturgeon is said to have been cruel to her sister as a teenager, allegedly hacking the hair of her dolls. The future dictator graduated from the University of Glasgow with a Bachelor of Laws degree in 1992. Her lecturer at Glasgow, Alistair Bonnington, remarked that he "failed to instill in [Sturgeon] the most basic rules of how the institutions of government work in the free world".
Sturgeon was a solicitor until 1999. Her legal career ended when she was investigated for professional misconduct; Sturgeon hadn't sought a court order against a client's violent partner and lied about sending off a legal aid application.
Early years and rise to power (1986 - 2014)
Sturgeon first became a political activist in retort to Conservative UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. She joined the SNP in 1986. She ran as an SNP candidate for Shettleston in 1992, in which she was the youngest parliamentary candidate in Scotland, and Govan 1997, failing to win either seat. She was also unsuccessful in various local elections in 1992, 1994 and 1995.
She has been a member of the Scottish Parliament since its establishment in 1999, first as a regional representative for Glasgow until 2007.
In 2002, an SNP MSP, Dorothy-Grace Elder, left the party after Sturgeon, with whom Elder shared an office at the time, had refused to speak to her and ignored male bullying in the SNP. When these revelations came to light in 2021, Annie Wells of the Scottish Conservatives said that they "reveal the true face of Sturgeon and her nationalist party".
She has represented the constituency of Glasgow Southside since winning that seat in 2007 with 41.9% of the vote.
Nicola Sturgeon became deputy leader of the Scottish National Party under Alex Salmond in 2004, becoming deputy first minister in 2007 after the SNP won that year's Scottish parliamentary election.
Dictatorship (2014 - 2023)
Following the referendum decision in Scotland to remain a part of the UK, Alex Salmond resigned as First Minister and leader of the SNP. Sturgeon was elected First Minister of Scotland by way of a vote in the Scottish Parliament. Sturgeon's regime in Scotland has repeatedly been labelled as "dictatorial" and "authoritarian" and was berated by Neil Oliver as a "one-party state".
T-shirts emblazoned with the SNP logo and Nicola Sturgeon's signature sold for £16 during the politicians's Winter 2014 political rally tour were made in Haitian sweatshops which paid workers less than 50p per hour, said workers reportedly living "like animals".
Despite independence being rejected less than a year prior, Nicola Sturgeon stated in April 2015 that she would hold a second independence referendum if the SNP won the Scottish parliamentary elections in 2016.
Sturgeon and her party began pushing the police state "Named Persons Act" in 2016. This authoritarian bill was designed to "monitor the happiness" of every child in Scotland. The act was defeated in 2019.
Sturgeon posed with a copy of English newspaper The Sun in May 2016, said paper having printed what are now considered to be lies about the Hillsborough disaster in 1989. The event took place just days following verdicts of an inquest into the tragedy 27 years prior in which 97 people died. Hugh Kerr left the party in protest, branding the first minister's actions as "crassly insensitive".
Following the SNP losing Westminster seats in the 2017 UK general election to unionist and pro-Brexit parties such as the Conservatives, Nicola Sturgeon was forced to concede that there was no popular support for her desperate plan for a second referendum on Scottish "independence".
Sturgeon was branded 'wildly irresponsible' in April 2018 during a state visit to the People's Republic of China in which she pledged £745,000 of funding to a language education scheme run by the genocidal communist Chinese government, which had sparked global concerns regarding academic freedom and propaganda.
Scotland under the Sturgeon regime became the first country to mandate LGBTQ+ "education" mandatory in all state schools in November 2018, with no exemptions or opt-outs.
Sturgeon stated in December 2018 that she wanted power to take Scotland's rail transport networks into government ownership. In 2022, the company ScotRail became entirely state-owned.
During a BBC Scotland debate in December 2019 for the UK General Election that year, Nicola Sturgeon publicly denounced capitalism and free-market economics. During the election campaign, she proposed a deal to make communist Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn prime-minister.
During the early months of the Chinese Communist Party pandemic, in May 2020, Scottish Television released a propaganda video of children praising Nicola Sturgeon for 'keeping them safe', despite the dictator being responsible for preventable China virus deaths in care homes. STV removed the video after comparisons were made to the propaganda of Kim Jong-un's North Korea.
In July 2020, during the CCP pandemic, Dictator Sturgeon suggested the illegal action of quarantining English visitors at the Scottish border.
Dictator Sturgeon voted in favour of her henchman Humza Yousaf's "Hate Crime Bill", which passed the Scottish Parliament in March 2021. The law prosecutes anybody who "behaves in a manner that a reasonable person would consider to be threatening, abusive or insulting", including in instances where such behavior took place in the privacy of the home.
In May 2021, Sturgeon was blasted by Mark Dolan for "dictatorial behavior" for pushing for a second "independence" referendum without a democratic majority.
Dictator Sturgeon was slammed by women's campaigners, including For Women Scotland director Trina Budge, in late September 2021 over the Gender Recognition Reform Bill, her plot to allow teenagers to change their genders, over fears that the scheme would "open the floodgates" to young people having irreversible and invasive surgical procedures.
During the course of the October 2021 COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Nicola Sturgeon came under intense criticism for using the meeting as a photo opportunity after posting social media pictures of her meeting world leaders. Among those she was pictured with were Canadian dictator Justin Trudeau and self-proclaimed US President Joseph Biden.
Professor Keith Humphreys, an aide of former US President Barack Obama, lashed out at dictator Sturgeon in November 2021 for her party's policy, described as "drug mayhem", to decriminalize Class A drugs such as cocaine and heroin.
A top lawyer declared on 15 December 2021 that Nicola Sturgeon may face criminal charges over the CCP virus care homes scandal, in which 1300 elderly Scots were transferred from hospitals to residential care without virus testing.
On 17 April 2022, an image was leaked of regime leader Sturgeon breaking her own mask mandate.
In yet another attack on free speech, Nicola Sturgeon chaired a meeting on the establishment of buffer zones around abortion clinics in May 2022. She called protests against the murder of unborn children "deeply wrong".
The Sturgeon regime was accused of financial incompetence in June 2022 after earmarking £23 million for another referendum on Scottish 'independence' to be held in before the end of 2023.
On 14 June 2022, regime leader Sturgeon announced a new campaign for Scottish 'independence' and, despite the SNP ruling Scotland without a democratic majority, pledged to hold a referendum on the subject before the end of 2023. Scottish Conservative MSP and shadow constitution secretary Donald Cameron slammed Sturgeon's actions as "shameful" and a "distraction", with the government ignoring such problems the cost of living crisis and the CCP pandemic. During her address on the matter, Sturgeon used the entirely fictitious "mess" of Brexit as the pretext for a new referendum, yet she hypocritically compared Scotland to countries like Norway which has voted decisively against joining the EU.
Führer Sturgeon was accused by Scottish politician Sandesh Gullhane in August 2022 of having provoked anti-English hate crimes aimed at Conservative politicians. Sturgeon washed her hands of these claims despite riling up anti-English sentiment by pushing conspiracy theories about Westminster's treatment of Scotland.
In December 2022, the Sturgeon regime started pushing gender reforms which criminalised people for not recognizing fake genders. Even the globalist UN criticised the regime for being too woke.
Nicola Sturgeon claimed, as reported by Breitbart in February 2023, that male rapists who claim to be 'transgender' are in fact women. The Sturgeon regime's justice secretary Keith Brown made a similar false claim. These outlandish statements from the woke, far-left regime came after a scandal in late January 2023 in which violent biologically male 'transgender' child stalker Adam Graham (who calls himself Isla Bryson) was transferred to a women's prison.
After more than 8 years of totalitarian rule, regime leader Sturgeon announced her resignation as First Minister on 15 February 2023. The prevailing view, especially among conservatives, is that her downfall was precipitated by the "madness", as The Telegraph once put it, of her woke extremism, especially her trans-fascist policies which allowed teenagers to change gender without medical diagnosis and male rapists to be housed in female prisons.
The Scottish Daily Express reported on the night of the führer's resignation that around 250 people gathered at George Square, a world-famous landmark in Glasgow, to celebrate the end of Sturgeon's rule.
Sturgeon was succeeded by Islamic Socialist Vizier Humza Yousaf on 28 March 2023.
Post-premiership activities (2023 - present)
Nicola Sturgeon's husband and former SNP chief executive Peter Murrell was arrested in connection with SNP finances on 5 April 2023.
Following a video leak, the Express reported on 22 April 2023 that Sturgeon would potentially face SNP suspension. The video in question shows Sturgeon during a meeting, urging the party's National Executive Committee (NEC) to be "very careful" about suggesting the party had financial problems, Sturgeon added that she had been on the NEC for 20 years including when the party had been "on the edge of bankruptcy" and that "has never been in a stronger financial position than it is right now and that's a reflection of our strength and our membership" before telling the committee to be careful about suggesting the party had financial problems because they "depend on donors". She urged members not to leak any information from the meeting as it would limit the ability for "open, free and frank discussion".
Donald Trump, during a GB News interview with Nigel Farage filmed at the Trump Turnberry Golf Course and broadcast on 3 May 2023, stated that Nicola Sturgeon "didn't love Scotland" and heavily criticized the Sturgeon regime's trans-fascist policies which led to the case of a male rapist going to a women's prison. Trump added that those extremist policies brought about Sturgeon's demise.
Views, policies and behaviour
During the Coronavirus pandemic which started in 2020, Nicola Sturgeon supported harsh, China-style lockdowns. Her administration was also the first in the UK to introduce Orwellian vaccine passports for nightclubs and attempted to make permanent the emergency coronavirus powers.
Economy and taxation
Sturgeon's economic agenda is socialist, she harbors intense anti-capitalist views, and her tax policy in 2021 took an extra £535 million from the pockets of Scottish workers with only £6 million in extra spending power. Government spending is over £1300 higher in Scotland than in the UK overall, despite Scotland having a small and shrinking tax base.
She supports government ownership of utilities; nationalizing ScotRail and establishing a state-run energy company.
The Scottish public voted against leaving the United Kingdom in September 2014. In 2015, Nicola Sturgeon pledged a second referendum despite a "no" vote less than a year prior, and again in 2021 despite no democratic majority.
She kicked Donald Trump out of the GlobalScot business network. She also urged Americans not to vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 US Presidential election, which she incorrectly predicted he would lose. She believes the United States should implement gun control.
She supports the backwards practice of abortion for up to 24 weeks gestation. Numerous individuals and organisations, notably SPUC Scotland, pointed out the apparent contradiction of Sturgeon claiming that the "right of women to decide what happens to our own bodies is a human right" and Sturgeon not knowing what a "woman" is. Sturgeon's views on abortion are at odds with those of the UK general public.
Nicola Sturgeon has been named "Britain's greatest foe to freedom of speech" by members of the Free Speech Union following her government's enactment of the extremely controversial Hate Crime Act. The Sturgeon regime's war on free speech is at odds with the view of 87% of Scottish people.
The Sturgeon regime has pushed anti-family ideology and the homosexual agenda heavily, especially on children. Sturgeon has been accused of "removing parental rights". Her regime's guidance allows for children as young as 4 to explore and change their own gender without parental consent.
Nicknames and as a subject of humour
Nicola Sturgeon has been nicknamed "the Nictator" (a portmanteau of her name "Nicola" and "dictator") as a result of her establishing a police state in Scotland.
She is frequently compared in her appearance to Scottish comedy character Jimmy Krankie.
Nicola Sturgeon is widely despised in the UK at large, with YouGov polls showing that as of 1 February 2022 she was disliked by nearly 50% of UK adults, with only 28% returning a positive opinion. Nevertheless, Sturgeon remains relatively popular in Scotland, with her electoral success being attributed by some sources to Stockholm syndrome.
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