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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-9-15 13:16|
futsanglung Post time: 2014-9-15 10:03
Nothing to do with those living in England, they do not have a vote
Half a million voters in the coming referendum on September 18th are English-born immigrants to Scotland, and the native-born Scots have to take their orders as equal to their own, as to whether or not to stand up for independence from the England these voters are natives of. Another 400,000 voters in the coming referendum are born outside of Britain, but were allowed to immigrate to Scotland, and they too will cast votes that can determine whether the native Scots may or may not be independent.
Votes by native-born Scots are votes of self-determination.
Votes by non-native English men and women, and foreign immigrants, are not votes of self-determination but rather votes against self-determination. The generosity of the Scottish people to let these folks vote deserves their reciprocation by voting in favor of Scottish independence, out of sheer humanity. Can these folks sleep with the thought after the vote that they have bitten the gentle hand that feeds them? Can they in all conscience abuse this trust and stab their friendly hosts and hostesses in the back, just to prove they are loyal to the English government? Can they still vote "NO" and face their own conscience, not just for a night or a week, but for a lifetime, of regret, remorse, and self-recrimination? Say NO to the NO-Vote! Say YES to Scotland Independence!
For Christ's sake, if I am allowed to vote in the Scottish referendum, I too am a Scotsman!!!