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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: funkadeliaaaa
An independant Britain would have been better, and I do not mean that the way UKIP mean it. I mean a country run by its people, for its people, with each person being able to vote on the issues, not the candidates, with each person being valued more than any structure or company, with each person being able to hold their head aloft and say with confidence that things will never be done in their name, with which they do not agree, that their nation is run by its population, not by its elite. And crucially, we could, united, have made this country a place where no matter where one lives, they have the same advantages and burdens to bare...
But we cannot have that without the weight of the votes of the people of Scotland. That, as well as the deep love I feel for the tribes of the Britons, is why I feel so betrayed by pro-independance voters at the moment. They are my blood, and yet still they strike at us. I want to know what the British people ever did to them, in the entire course of our Union, which makes for this result, this lack of care, this desire to abandon us to an unkind fate, without even so much as a pained rearward glance.