First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond met with Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England to discuss the creation of a sterling zone should Scotland gain independence, in which it would give Carney a huge say in shaping policy.
Salmond states in the video below that: “The Bank of England is independent, it doesn’t intervene in politics.”
This is an outright lie!
Richard McKenna, former president of the Midlands Bank of England said: “Those that create and issue the money and credit, direct the policies of Government and hold in their hands the destiny of the people”
The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom and the model on which most modern central banks have been based.
It was established to act as the English Government’s banker, and is still the banker for the Government of the United Kingdom.
Central banks are illegally created private banks that are owned by the Rothschild banking family.
The global monetary system is a huge Ponzi scheme.
Also in the video, Alistair Darling, leader of the ‘Better Together’ campaign clearly states that in order for the currency union to work Scotland would need to give away powers because the rest of the UK would have to agree to tax and borrowing.
No government can borrow money unless they are willing to surrender a considerable amount of control to the banker.
Government borrows from the banks and has to repay the loan, PLUS INTEREST.
To pay the loan and interest the Government tax the people.
Darling also stated that the people of Scotland were never asked if this is what they wanted, and he is right.
Salmond is steam rolling ahead making decision on the behalf of the Scottish people without debate.
It is the same with the EU decision.
He didn’t ask the people of Scotland.
Again, just steam rolling ahead and making the decisions for us.
So much for :
We are slowly losing a grasp on any true independence that could be achieved.
This is why we need to establish a People’s Parliament and prevent Alex Salmond and the Scottish government from making such decisions that will not benefit the people.
The banks caused the crash in 2008 and this is why severe austerity measures are implemented throughout the UK at this time and it is the every day working people, the unemployed, pensioners, the sick and disabled, even our children who are paying the price.
This is happening in the UK now from having a central bank and EU membership.
What makes you think it will be any different for Scotland?
That’s not independence.
Do you want to be Free or just pretend to be free in an independent Scotland?
Alba gu bràth!