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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-9-22 14:46|
futsanglung Post time: 2014-9-22 08:47
It is odd, I have not heard a single Scot questioning the vote, only one loony
If not for the fact that most pro-Independence voters are blinded by their trust in Salmond, to do the arguing and the complaining, and if instead, they had relied more on their native Common Sense, they would have all been out in the streets protesting at this joke of a referendum, that defies all the laws of probability, in being so extremely different than what 7 major polls said was the will of the Scottish people one to two days before the referendum.
In Chinese history, we have a proverb for this, when the Prime Minister tells the young emperor (akin to the uninformed but sovereign populace) that a deer is really a horse. It was deemed a crime of "deceiving the sovereign" and in Chinese law, deserving of punishment.
In the case of Scottish modern history, on September 18, 2014, the sovereign but young and inexperienced Scottish electorate has been told that a Hollywood production called "referendum" with a scripted outcome, was the REAL REFERENDUM IN WHICH THEY VOTED AGAINST THEIR OWN INDEPENDENCE. The deer was called a horse. Deception of the sovereign people, indeed.