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What an example that could be set here! Thousands of Irish gave their lives over hundreds of years to get this opportunity! Please shake the foundations Scotland so we too can follow your example! The elitist classes should be shaking in there boots!
If I was a Scot I would vote for independence, if it is a fair vote they will get it. As It is a vote against the elites of Westminister and the English 'Banksters'. However the last few decades have made me very sceptical about how things actually run, so again I predict 52% no 48% yes...because 'they' do not want to create a run on the bank and give people ideas about standing up for themselves. I will be thrilled if it is yes, as I will be able to not drink so much 'Kool-aid' and give away one of my foil hats! Cameron was almost crying about the break up, saying 'Assassination would be a welcome release', which is odd as a yes, would remove many left wing voters as they hate the Tories in Scotland. Maybe he is worried about it happening on his watch and having to crawl to Rothschild, Bilderberg or whomsever his puppet masters might be.
FYI, I wrote a play about Scotland (and other things) many years ago called JAMES AND JOHN (FATHER AND SON). It was about a Scottish historian named James Mill and his son, John Stuart Mill, based on the son's famous autobiography. Notice, of course, that middle name of Stuart. James Mill had a conversation and a friendly bet with an old friend that there would be a competition to see whose son would turn into a world-famous genius. John Stuart Mill was taught Greek at the age of three. When he was about 20, he had a breakdown and dreamed of his father dying. I thought it was a great, timeless play, and I was almost admitted to the exclusive New Dramatists in NYC (based on a submission of two other plays). However, I would give up playwriting for my current penniless career of etymology. Wikipedia: John Stuart MillJohn Stuart Mill was born on Rodney Street in the Pentonville area of London, the eldest son of the Scottish philosopher, historian and economist James Mill, and Harriet Burrow. John Stuart was educated by his father, with the advice and assistance of Jeremy Bentham and Francis Place. He was given an extremely rigorous upbringing, and was deliberately shielded from association with children his own age other than his siblings. His father, a follower of Bentham and an adherent of associationism, had as his explicit aim to create a genius intellect that would carry on the cause of utilitarianism and its implementation after he and Bentham had died.
I told ye the 'Gluuurburlists' would not let the 'Jocks' go although they have been promised lot's of treats for staying in the UK. It looks like England's oldest son will not be buying his own place after all and will carry on drinking, and playing computer games in the basement. On another note apparently Ryan Reynolds is filming in London a story where a dead CIA operatives memories and skills are transferred into a dangerous criminal (as you do) so that he can complete the original mission, so maybe some of you folks should probably not leave your bodies to medical science.
I loved Braveheart and respect the toughness, intelligence, and spirit of the Scottish People, but we don't need countries flying apart.Sorry Charlie, but returns find a majority of Scots want to stay in the Union.I grew up a Union supporter, blue rather than grey.Those that want to break up nation-states are the destroyers.The destroyers have been running rampant recently.Time they stick of cork in it.But they can't because they have an agenda.Moving forward despite the circumstances might be the destroyers' own demise.