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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-9-15 00:37|
Seneca does have a problem with Scottish independence, because he doth attacketh those that rooteth for it whilst proclaiming he is not against what they say. More English duplicity. Paraphrasing Lincoln, "You can fool some Scots all of the time, or all Scots some of the time, but you cannot fool all the Scots all of the time."
And now is when ALL OF THE SCOTS refuse to be fooled any longer by the English tyrants, who even in their most sacred vote of all, to determine the independence of the Scottish people, not just today, but for all generations to come, have inserted HALF A MILLION ENGLISH-BORN VOTERS into this referendum.
It looks like England will stop at nothing short of an invasion of Scotland to keep it a vassal state.
And as in the olden days of mass suppression, England keeps its Scotlland-born Scots captive as its subjects in England, without the right to vote for the independence of their homeland.
If this is "democratic universal suffrage" what isn't???
To the streets, drum out the nonsense in the heads of the Scotland-born Scotsmen that they owe England what England has taken from them and returned in part, and awake their minds and hearts to the FACT that they STILL OWE their fatherland, if not their forefathers, and their future generations, the right NOT TO DIE FOR ENGLAND, either in foreign wars as Cameron is tryng to send them to again, in a fight against a very cooperative and cunningly opportunistic ISIS who just "beheaded" on video another Briton, and has announced it will do so on yet another, before Referendum Day, or in a nuclear counterstrike where all the nuclear missiles defending England happen to be "necessarily located", i.e., in Scotland, at its farthest distance from you know where - London.
How many more William Wallaces does Scotland agree to offer to Westminster in London?