A fine example of one of your more intelligent posts Moldyleaf. The selfie really adds the final touch.
PressTV - Sources warn of vote rigging in Scotland's independence vote
Meanwhile, the Labour leader, Ed Miliband, claimed on Tuesday that the campaign for independence has an "ugly side."
"I think we have seen in parts of this campaign an ugly side to it from the Yes campaign,” BBC quoted him as saying.
"I think debates should be conducted in a civilized way, I think that's very, very important, but I understand that passions run high. What I've enjoyed about this campaign, including today when I get the chance, is meeting people who are genuinely undecided," he said.
Moreover, 14 former chiefs of British armed forces warned in an open letter that a “yes” vote would make the whole of Britain more vulnerable to attack.
For their part, business leaders have warned that prices would rise in Scotland if Scots voted for independence. It was later revealed that Cameron had reportedly urged them to speak against Scotland breaking away from the UK.
Scottish Independence Vote Stolen, Massive Coverup Ensues, Usual Suspects ID'ed
Simply put, such a defection from the British camp by Scotland would have not only broken up the United Kingdom — the financial kingpin in the New World Order — it would have severely impacted the entire British Commonwealth.
There is no question it would have given rise to a revolutionary fervor among many other nations in the Commonwealth to leave the UK orbit.
However, the worst ‘consequences’ of a “YES” vote would have been born by the European Union. Not only would it send a very loud and empowering message to the many EU member states who are only members because of an unwillingness by their respective governments to offer similar referendums, the UK’s standing and influence would have been forever altered and greatly diminished in Brussels.
The UK, where it concerns its relationship with the European Union, is very odd in the first place. As the banking capital of the world, the City of London
dictates many of the extremely oppressive terms of various financing arrangements and loan guarantees that are extended throughout the community of nations. Their very quiet and often hidden power over the economic and financial activities of the EU are much greater than their lack of full membership would indicate. This is by design.
Read more: Scottish Independence Vote Stolen, Massive Coverup Ensues, Usual Suspects ID'ed
Scotland’s Independence Could Not Be Permitted
Not only is Scotland a major player in the banking and commerce arena enjoyed by the UK around the globe, they also technically own much of the North Sea oil reserves which London uses to grease its many and diverse financial relationships. Were the UK to lose that single source of oil revenue, their whole economy would be in jeopardy.
How The Fight Over Oil Fueled Scotland’s Independence Vote
The City of London Is the World’s Largest Betting Parlor
This is one of the major reasons for Scottish disillusionment with British rule. The Brits will bet on anything within sight, and with anything within reach. The Scots became quite literally sick and tired of being used as a chip in the ever-bustling City of London casino. The standard of living in Scotland has never been lower in recent memory and the people — rich and poor alike — now know that London has taken liberally from Scotland in order to prop up an illusion of British supremacy that is dissolving by the day. The Scottish future is being stolen so that the City of London can maintain (i) the appearance of solvency, (ii) the continuity of banking prowess, and (iii) a strong commercial presence worldwide.
Whereas the City of London has run its business as the largest casino of all time, it has now run out of easy cash, quick assets and the necessary liquidity to keep the game tables operating. Those British bankers don’t even have the gold in their vaults which has been held in trust, on account or as collateral for the various nations that own it. That deeply disturbing fact alone represents a HUGE amount of UK gambling debts gone bad. The people of Scotland know this and will not have their wealth squandered by the City which ought to be a lifetime member of