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TSUNAMI OF PRO-ENGLISH PROPAGANDA AND PROMISES HITS THE PRESS [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-9-16 21:09:46 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-9-16 21:11

Knowing that its time is short, indeed, only 2 days left, the pro-English army of propagandists, politicians, and pressmen are out in force to inundate the Scottish voters with their fears, their tears, and their many more false promises, including that of so called "Extensive New Powers" that the persons promising them have no power to effect, even if the voters were to accept their pledge and vote a NO that they will have to live with, and regret for the rest of their lives.

Last minute promises are simply too good to be true, and only show the lack of sincerity of those making such promises, as if they would fulfill them after they have scuttled the Independence of Scotland.

More likely than not, they will find excuses after the NO to NOT DO WHAT THEY PROMISED, or find exceptions to every promise, that Scotland would be better off without their tattered and tainted pledges, and become an INDEPENDENT SOVEREIGN COUNTRY THAT CAN DECIDE FOR ITSELF WHAT IT WANTS WITHOUT BEGGING FOR WESTMINSTER TO AGREE, LONG AFTER THE VOTE IS DONE.



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Post time 2014-9-17 12:39:37 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-9-17 13:05

FROM SHOWERS OF PROMISES TO POOLS OF MUD . . . PRO-UNION PROPAGANDA COLLAPSES LIKE A HOUSE OF CARDS.

Well, the shower of promises turned into pools of mud, as MP's from all three UK parties go live on media to question the authority of their party's leaders in promising these "extensive new powers" to the Scots, saying that the House of Commons would most likely reject their proposals of granting Scots such new powers.  Such promised powers, when compared to the sovereign powers of an independent Scotland, are a far cry from what is needed by the Scottish people.

Why is it so hard for an English-dominated parliament to grant Scotland powers that it would naturally possess if it becomes independent?

The simple answer is because there indeed are, have always been, and will always be, irreconcilable differences of national interests between England and Scotland, and when such conflicts are debated at Westminster, England must win, and Scotland must lose.

But isn't this why most Scotsmen want independence to begin with?  So they do not need to ask favors from their English masters.  That is one powerful example of why voters must vote for independence.

The Scottish people cannot wait for Westminster to grant as a favor or privilege what an Independent Scotland can give to itself by right.





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