Tuesday, 16 September 2014

SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE: MY PENNY’S WORTH.

With the Scottish referendum only days away, warnings and advice is streaming in from around the world urging the Scottish people to make the right choice.

From the other side of the world in New Zealand, John Wanoa Native Moai King is calling for Alex Salmond to raise his Moai King William IV military flag and break away from the United Kingdom altogether, while the three scrooges, Cameron, Clegg and Miliband are pulling out all the stops to convince the voters to say NO to an independent Scotland.

BUT WHAT DOES SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE ACTUALLY MEAN?

Early last week The Queen made clear that whatever Scottish independence means for the Kingdom, it’s of no concern to her.

Evident by the Daily Mail head-line: “I'm NOT going to intervene in referendum,” says the Queen.



In a strongly worded press release from Buckingham palace, the Queen’s position was made plainly clear to her subjects, “I’M ABOVE POLITICS.”

While the seasoned political follower knows The Queen is indeed above politics, meaning that every politician answers to her, the fact that it was said so publicly and in your face shows that the result of ‘yes’ or ‘no’ is simply of no concern to The Queen.

The cat is out of the bag, whether Scotland remains a part of the United Kingdom, or not; it makes no difference to The Queen.

As someone mentioned in a Facebook thread, “Re-arranging serf farm fences?”

And as the Daily Mail article reveals:

“Alex Salmond, the Scottish First Minister, risked controversy yesterday by declaring that he had met the Queen recently at Balmoral and insisting that she would be proud to reign over an independent Scotland.” 

Following on from a meeting between The Queen and Alex Salmond in Edinburgh in July, they both met up again within the last 2 weeks in Balmoral to finalize the plans, dot the i’s and dash the t’s.

Sources have confirmed that The Queen will be at her private estate in the Highlands, on the day of the referendum on September 18, and while the old fanny of, ‘any suggestion that the Queen should wish to influence the outcome of the current referendum campaign is categorically wrong. This is a matter for the people of Scotland,’ is banded about in the national newspapers, the truth remains that The Queen is at the helm of national events, steering the ship to a predetermined route of her choosing.

ALEX SALMOND DECLARES HIS LOYALTY TO THE QUEEN AND NOT THE SCOTTISH PEOPLE.

First Minister Alex Salmond has said the Queen “will be proud” to be the monarch of an independent Scotland.

Admitting to having a secret meeting with the Queen but not saying what was discussed, Alex Salmond paints his mast Royal Blue by declaring, "I want the Queen as head of state, as Queen of Scots of an independent Scotland, as her ancestors were."

“I think Her Majesty the Queen, who has seen so many events in the course of her long reign, will be proud to be Queen of Scots, and indeed we would be proud to have her as monarch of this land.”

Of-course Alex Salmond welcomes The Queen’s neutrality, because it’s all about the deal done behind closed doors. Calling The Queen’s neutrality “perfectly satisfactory and perfectly sensible,” reveals to the world that Scottish Independence is nothing more than a reshuffling of the deck and has no real-life impact on the Scottish People.

As John Wanoa warns from the other side of the world in New Zealand.

Scotland is like New Zealand.”

“HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN AS OUR QUEEN OF SCOTS.”

All the jigsaw pieces fall into place when we realize that Alex Salmond has not only been sucking up to The Queen but he’s also been sucking up to the King of media, Rupert Murdoch.

While some political leaders would run and hide at any suggestion of having a cosy relationship with Rupert Murdoch, Alex Salmond seems to relish his relationship and makes no apology for it.

In a recent interview Mr Salmond was asked if he liked Mr Murdoch and replied: “I do. He is a remarkable man,” defending his friendship further by throwing the question back to the interviewer, “What is wrong with this relationship? Why shouldn't politicians engage with people in the media?”

The two men have spoken before about their admiration for each other and Mr Murdoch has tweeted that Mr Salmond was “clearly most brilliant politician in UK. Loved by Scots.” The Scottish Sun also backed the SNP in the 2011 Scottish Parliament elections, which were won in a landslide by Mr Salmond.


Is it any wonder that the polls turned on their heads when the Scottish edition of The Sun – Scotland's biggest selling newspaper – started ever-more critical attacks on Mr Salmond's opponents?

History has shown that whomever Rupert Murdoch favours, they become leading men or women on the world stage.

Rupert Murdoch is taking a keen interest in the independence battle, tweeting on the issue throughout the last weekend: “Scottish independence means huge black eye for whole political establishment, especially Cameron and Miliband.”

I have a golden rule when it comes to politicians:

WHAT EVER POLITICIANS SAY YES, I SAY NO AND WHATEVER POLITICIANS SAY NO TO, I SAY YES.

All in it together
The fact that all three scrooge’s (Cameron, Clegg, Miliband) scrambled up to Edinburgh to defend the Union, makes clear to me that if Scotland was to make a decision, they may as well decide Yes.

Of-course Murdoch wants to give the whole political establishment a huge black eye. He’s been bashing the establishment since arriving on British soil as a young man out to make his mark.

Australian by birth, American by choice and a Scotsman when it favours him, Rupert Murdoch’s meddling in the Scottish referendum should raise everyone’s bull-shit antenna.

The fact he’s done a secret deal with The Queen should demonstrate to everyone involved that the Scottish referendum is nothing more that a PR exercise to change the shop display window.

GOOD LUCK SCOTLAND. HERE’S SOME ADVICE FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD TO HELP YOU DECIDE.

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