Former Donald Trump advisor says Scotland needs a hard border with England to keep out criminals


D J Tulloch Jnr

Talking-up Scotland managed to get an exclusive interview with Duncan Jock Tulloch Jnr, former aide to the US President, before both of us lost consciousness on a trip to one of Scotland’s distilleries. Having just seen BBC Scotland’s dramatic disclosure of English-based gangs taking over the drug-trade in Fraserburgh and Peterhead, the great, great, great-grandson of a Peterboro’ (sick) fisherman, was incensed and so upset, he had to drink even more. TuS manage to get this however:

‘The English are not your friends, believe me. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people!’


‘The border is wide open for cartels and terrorists. Secure your border now. Build a massive wall and deduct the costs from English taxation!’

TuS has already researched and published on this topic. See:

Better together? As crime falls in Scotland, English drug gangs invade Scotland. Build a wall?

What do YOU think? Does Scotland need a hard border with England? Should there be a wall? How high? Who should pay for it? What percentage of the English are good people? Write in and tell us what YOU think. For the best letter there’ll be a smiley face.


6 thoughts on “Former Donald Trump advisor says Scotland needs a hard border with England to keep out criminals

  1. Jon October 23, 2018 / 9:03 am

    In a similar vein BBC Scotland are besides them selves with the “harrasment ” Woolf whistles etc. metered out to females by the opposite sex. What reaction are schoolgirls hoping to illicit from males when they don their “bum pelmets”?


  2. Raghnall October 23, 2018 / 9:46 am

    Begs the question, “what DID the Romans ever do for us?”.


  3. scrandoonyeah October 23, 2018 / 5:00 pm

    We know that after independence there will be an exodus of biblical proportions into Scotland from the south after MoggLand begins to bite, so we better be well prepared.

    I am not a great fan of walls, so instead of a wall each person seeking to make their home in Scotland from down south is put before the ghost of Mick McGahey and interviewed by him about their suitability to become a resident of an Independent Scotland. There will be no messing with Mick. A sure fire way to get the people that Scotland deserves

    It would also make great T/v for our fledgling SBC and be hosted by our very own Jackie Bird. I know, I know but think of the irony and her cringe.

    And of course we can’t forget the aristocrats and absent landlords who own most of the land in Scotland.

    The Scottish Government is to erect giant bouncy castles in the sky where our esteemed landed gentry will be provided with: Butler. virgins, shotgun (one cartridge), dinky toy Land-rover, Wedge-wood china and as much Earl Grey Tea as they can drink.
    Before they depart for their new home each male member has to have a vasectomy and will spend the rest of their life looking over their lands and be able to breathe in Scotland’s beautiful fresh air.

    A company will be set up and offer excursions to see how the upper crust live.

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  4. Ludo Thierry October 23, 2018 / 5:16 pm

    Probably no variety of ‘border’ – hard, soft, frictionless or herbaceous can fully protect us from the furious sense of entitlement of the BritNat elite. Legislation covering balanced broadcasting did not stop ITV being wantonly inaccurate in this interview with Nicola – see link and snippets below:

    (Pains me to admit it but the Scotsman report seems pretty fair – bare bones only here)

    ITV censured over inaccuracies in interview with Nicola Sturgeon

    ITV have been rapped over an interview with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon where claims were made the SNP would have to impose austerity if Scotland became independent.

    Ms Sturgeon immediately attempted to correct the error but Ofcom found she was “dismissed or ignored” by Shephard and his co-host Kate Garraway.ITV were forced to make an on air apology following the interview on June 8 this year.

    At one stage, Shephard waved a piece of paper at Ms Sturgeon and claimed he was reading directly from the report (Sustainable Growth Commission report).

    In their written ruling, Ofcom said: “We recognised that Ms Sturgeon sought to correct the inaccuracy on a number of occasions during the interview. However, in each case, her correction was either dismissed or ignored by the presenters.“For example, as described above, Mr Shephard responded to Ms Sturgeon’s initial correction by reiterating the original inaccuracy. Later, when Ms Sturgeon said “the report does not say what you said”, Ms Garraway interrupted and told her to ‘answer my question’.

    “This potentially left viewers with an erroneous impression that Ms Sturgeon was either unclear about the contents of the report or deliberately misrepresenting its findings.”

    The broadcaster was also found in breach of guidelines by Ofcom for failing to make the on air apology until four weeks after the interview was broadcast.

    Might this have been a simple mistake made in the ‘heat of an interview’ as ITV argued? – Maybe – but let’s just check the formbook shall we?

    The ‘Kate Garroway’ involved in the interview has an interesting connection. She is married to Derek Draper. Does the name ring any bells? The Blair Govt ‘LobbyGate’ perchance? – see snippets from Wicki below:

    In 1998, while still working as a director at GPC Market Access, Draper was caught on tape, with Jonathan Mendelsohn, boasting to Greg Palast – an undercover reporter from The Observer posing as a businessman – about how they could sell access to government ministers and create tax breaks for their clients. When the tabloids got hold of the story, they dubbed it “Lobbygate”. On the recording, Draper said that “there are 17 people who count in this government … [to] say I am intimate with every one of them is the understatement of the century.” Palast also wrote that Draper said, regarding his motivation: “I just want to stuff my bank account at 250 pounds an hour…”

    Next piece of evidence:

    Draper was the founder and editor of, which was launched in January 2009. On 11 April 2009, it was reported by The Daily Telegraph that Gordon Brown’s special adviser, Damian McBride, had sent a series of emails to Draper discussing plans to set up a blog which would be used to post false rumours about the private lives of senior or prominent members of the Conservative Party and their spouses. These smears would have included sexual and personal fabrications against MP Nadine Dorries, Conservative leader David Cameron and his wife, Samantha, and Shadow Chancellor George Osborne and his wife Frances.

    Draper later apologised for his part in the affair. Although in his reply to McBride’s email he had described the idea as “absolutely totally brilliant”.
    Draper married GMTV presenter Kate Garraway in 2005.

    Maybe Kate Garroway has been taking some lessons from old DD? – Just a thought.

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