posted on Sep, 19 2014 @ 05:28 AM
a reply to: frostys
And that invalidates three hundred years of kinship does it? Three hundred years of sharing space and resources, three hundred years of tribal
interrelations, and the production of people like myself who are proud to possess genes from all the four corners of this United Kingdom, of the
history and cultures which lead to our birth, and feel love for each of the tribes from which our ancestors came?
Regardless of what the UK government might have done to the north, the people of the UK are united in both being oppressed and denied a voice by
their parliament, and now it seems as if we are largely united in our desire to stand together and do something about it. This is rather better an
idea, than scampering over the northern border like cowards, and leaving your cousins further south to deal with things alone, turning your back on
your own blood, and sticking a middle finger up at those who have love for your people.
Look at it this way, if you seek a better way of life for ALL Britons, then you have allies in the unionist peoples of the UK. If you seek a
Westminster elite removed from office by weight of opinion, then you have an ally in the union. If however you seek only freedom for those north of
the border, at the expense of a union which is bonded by blood as much as treaty, then you should expect nothing more than to alienate those who would
stand beside you and argue for your rights, your freedoms, and your liberty.
Do not allow the behaviour of Westminster to colour your opinion of your fellow Britons. We are all in the same boat, and we sink or float depending
on our ability to bail as a single unit.