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Although China does not offiically endorse or oppose the independence of Scotland, as objective individuals watching the Scottish people wake up from their centuries-old slumber as vassals and serfs of the English lords and ladies, we cannot but sigh that what Hong Kong has achieved since independence from England, Scotland may not be as fortunate to experience.|
If the polls are right, that 49% of voters are against their own independence as a country, and only 42% are in favor of Scotland's independence. Just looking at the numbers of the undecideds, of 9%, Scotland's chance of achieving FULL DEMOCRACY under the onslaught of the black knights of the English empire is a slim 1 out of 9. Maybe, we should henceforth coin the phrase, "The Chance of a Scotsman" to replace the once dismal "Chance of a Chinaman" as being even worse!
But with nearly half of its population awakened to the absolute necessity of independence from England, the continuation of the vassalage of Scotland does not ring well. In fact, its chance of staying around may be even worse than the "Chance of a Scotsman" if we factor in the effect of time. The stone of destiny is in Scotland, not England.
Gordon Brown is a very reasonable man, a Scot, to be sure. Certainly, he will have to answer to history for his words and deeds in the next five days. Words and deeds that will either make him the hero of his people, or make him their shame. Of all people, he should know how his kinsmen are still being treated as vassals in the highest rungs of English power.
Why can he not say the simple word, "YES!" and change the history of Scotland forever???