As continually reported on this site, Scotland will NOT gain any sort of independence from a ‘yes’ vote.
I would say so.
An article in the Telegraph on 11th Sept: reads: Scots won’t get independence from a Yes vote – although written by Nigel Farage, it is there in black and white……the truth about Scotland’s independence.
I am no fan of Nigel Farage, or any other political party and their ‘leaders’, especially Alex Salmond, who is very aware that there will be no real independence or freedom but has failed to mention that we will be ruled and governed by the EU.
And just because it is from Farage, doesn’t make it any less true.
The problem for the Scots, though, is if they vote ”yes’’ next week, they will not get independence. Rather, they are voting for rule by Brussels. As Mr Cameron has brutally discovered, no EU member is truly independent.
“Better Together” cannot, of course, say this. To do so would be to admit how little freedom of action the UK retains. A Scotland outside the UK, but in the EU, can no more have its own trade, agriculture, fisheries, immigration, environment or justice policies than any other EU member.
This is where Salmond has not been open with the Scottish voters: he is not admitting the consequences of EU membership. These have a direct impact on people’s lives. – Nigel Farage: The Telegraph
It isn’t very difficult to understand.
Quite simply, you can not have independence, be ruled by another country, have an English monarch and central banking.
That’s not independence.
However, some people’s idea of ‘independence’ is quite different.
As with one campaigner, who stated on Twitter that Europe was the way forward even after it was pointed out, that we would be ruled and governed by the EU.
I’m sure the lady was tickled pink when MSP Paul Wheelhouse RT’d and favoured her tweets.
I also doubt that she read the article in question given how quick she replied, nearly 2000 words and three videos and links are a lot to get through in five minutes.
You can read the article HERE
There are also mixed reports about Scotland’s EU status.
I’ve read that membership will continue uninterrupted and then a few days later read someone from the EU said that it would take five years to re-join, which is good news because hopefully in that time, the people of Scotland will have finally realised that they have been led up the garden path and keep us out of Europe.
At the risk of repeating, again, the EU make and implement ALL UK LAW!
Even with independence, Scotland WILL still be RULED & GOVERNED by the EU!
And I doe declare That noe Forreigne Prince Person Prelate, State or Potentate hath or ought to have any Jurisdiction Power Superiority Preeminence or Authoritie Ecclesiasticall or Spirituall within this Realme Soe helpe me God.
In other words, we may not be ruled in any way, shape or form by any foreign entity.
Scotland’s NHS is also under threat of privatisation through the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
There is no opt-out for Scotland.
The ‘Yes’ campaign and Alex Salmond are not exactly being kosher with Scotland are they?
I wonder why that would be?
NHS UNDER THREAT FROM 2.87 min
By all means, vote for Independence, but do so with the intention, that if Scotland is FREE on the 18th September, it means going it alone.
No English monarch.
No central banking.
Scotland wins independence.
But is ruled and governed by the EU.
And has an ‘English’ monarch as the head of ‘State’.
Oh the shame.