North Sea - Claims to North Sea oil and gas by the Scottish separatists' leader have been likened to Argentine President Cristina 'Mad Dog' Kirchner's obsession with the Falklands Islands a leading think tank said today.
"Neither has a hope in hell's chance of succeeding," a spokesperson at the Center for Non-Aligned Crude Studies commented.
"It's no coincidence that both leaders' NATO files are permanently stored under the B-for-Bonkers classification."
Scottish Nationalist CEO Alex Salmond's campaign for control of North Sea oil and gas has been spurred by Kirchner's 'psychotic' rhetoric about sovereignty over the Falkland Islands.
Both leaders have been labelled fantasists by their own nationals with Kirchner an ever increasing embarrassment in her own back yard.
"Salmond's pipe dream of an independent Scotland bankrolled by fabulous North Sea oil and gas revenues appears to be part of the same primary psychosis," the think tank source added.
Plans for NATO to publish both politicians' DNA are currently on hold.