Scottish Independence

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posted on Aug, 1 2014 @ 12:20 PM
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To those who say the past should be left in the past I ask where is your cutoff point? Yesterday? A year ago? A hundred years ago? At what point does history become something we cannot learn from? This particular story is not a tourist attraction like some others. Why huge attention to some parts of history and obvious ignorance of this? Having lived in Durham where it should be commonly known I find the ignorance is intense. Deny Ignorance.

The events at Dunbar and Durham weren't some 'English versus Scots' game. It was a game of mass manipulation played by those who have no allegiance to any nation.

I'm not going along with this divisive way of categorising us as one or other side of the fence. We are all of Albion. You know when you've left Albion because your feet get wet and the crabs start nibbling your toes.

The private financiers are everyone's enemy, they have a power base in 'The City' and tentacles throughout the land. We need rid if these criminals. They have no allegiance to England. They are outsiders. Scottish independence will not rid you of these vermin. Something more is needed.

The oil industry is going to leave some impossible to ignore traces.
It's about much more than riches. It's about the health of Northern waters that will affect you and your descendants for many generations to come.

Recognition of the awful crime committed in Durham Cathedral will lead many to investigate how it came about. So it will become more obvious that we're all being manipulated by a small number of deceivers. This has relevance to the vote. Honour the dead.




posted on Aug, 1 2014 @ 01:29 PM
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Recognition of the awful crime committed in Durham Cathedral will lead many to investigate how it came about. So it will become more obvious that we're all being manipulated by a small number of deceivers. This has relevance to the vote. Honour the dead.


I think most here already know about the manipulation so this has no relevance in that sense. It may be an interesting part of our history and I know we should honour the dead and all that stuff. Which dead should that be...the dead are everywhere.

I have nothing against the English...have lived there, have family members and friends there and here. I only have good words to say.

As it stands right now we are a small nation with an opportunity. We are not somehow abandoning the English people. Westminster is their government and they somehow have to deal with that problem. The people of England should be cheering us on and saying good for you...may you set an example that we might follow.



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posted on Aug, 1 2014 @ 01:35 PM
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DON'T SIGN ANY TREATIES willy nilly about banks or defense,that is how they attack and control.



posted on Aug, 1 2014 @ 03:47 PM
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Exactly, for most of us who are pro yes it not about separation from the rest of the UK, it is about changing how we are governed for the better.



posted on Aug, 1 2014 @ 04:15 PM
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@ Sceptic..Here here....And the smaller the parcel of rouges the easier it is to keep an eye on them.
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posted on Aug, 2 2014 @ 04:38 PM
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Who would you want to be?
Is it a realistic idea?





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