Only if you consider vote rigging by the institutions…
The institutions are showing their deep fears that Scotland may become independent of their controls.
I have compiled, below, a few more reports that reveals institutional fears. ~Ron
David Cameron said that the British government was not making contingency plans for the possibility of Scottish independence… –reuters.com
Could it be because they “KNOW” some big secret?
Scots will vote for independence on Sept. 18, 2014.
Will this vote be clean of rigging and dirty politics; and isn’t that a silly question?
Scots won’t be bullied, Salmond says
Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond says the Scottish people will not be “bullied” by oil companies or London in relation to their independence campaign.
Salmond made the comment on Saturday, amid the No camp lunching an intense campaign aimed at dissuading the Scottish people from voting yes in the upcoming independence referendum.
One of Britain’s largest banks, the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), said on Thursday that it will move its headquarters to England if Scotland votes for independence next week.
“The day after a Yes vote there will cease to be a No campaign and Yes campaign,” Salmond said, adding, “We will approach the success of Yes with magnanimity to all.”
Earlier on Saturday, former Scottish Nationalist Party deputy leader Jim Sillars warned major UK-based oil firm, British Petroleum (BP), of potential punishment over expressing concerns about the impact of Scotland’s independence from Britain.
The BBC is reporting that the top three British leaders have signed a pledge that if Scotland stays, they will grant more power to Scotland. The pledge, which appeared on the front of the Daily Record newspaper, signed by David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg, demonstrates that this is a very close call. This illustrates that separation, which had under 10% support just in 2012, has skyrocketed.
Globally, pessimism about the future is at record highs. The general public is feeling more and more that something is seriously wrong. They may not be able to put their finger on it, but the majority now believe something just ain’t right.
Posted 14 Sept 2014
Is Scotland’s vote for freedom on Thursday, Sept. 18 really a “black swan” event?