The Scottish Government Says:

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If Scotland votes No, will there be another referendum on independence at a later date?

Answer: The Edinburgh Agreement states that a referendum must be held by the end of 2014. There is no arrangement in place for another referendum on independence.

It is the view of the current Scottish Government that a referendum is a once-in-a-generation opportunity. This means that only a majority vote for Yes in 2014 would give certainty that Scotland will be independent.
https://www.scotreferendum.com/questions/if-scotland-votes-no-will-there-be-another-referendum-on-independence-at-a-later-date/
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https://ronmamita.wordpress.com/2014/09/15/scotland-referendum-a-real-close-call/
Vote rigging is to be expected…
I imagine a controversial “NO” vote will be used by the institutions to permanently stamp-out opposition. Thus expect mounting social unrest in the following years. ~Ron
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3 comments on “The Scottish Government Says:
  1. RonMamita says:

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    Scottish Vote

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    The Scottish vote will be very important from the perspective that this will shake up the entire concept behind Brussels if they vote YES. Throughout Europe, the same civil unrest is rising as discontent every where.. Even if the vote is “NO” and the people accept that they are incapable of self-rule as second-rate citizens, the issue will not go away so easily. The “better together” crowd has NOTHING positive to offer Scotland whatsoever. It has been all about scare tactics that the Scots are inferior. The polls coming out gave the NO vote a 4 point lead. However, the ScotCen poll shows “NO” at 51% and “YES” at 49%, The NO campaign has nothing to offer and if they win, Scotland will really lose and we will see serious tension in the future when the economy turns down next year. The unrest will not vanish with a NO vote – it will be I told you so.

    Source: http://armstrongeconomics.com/2014/09/17/scottish-vote/

  2. RonMamita says:

    Bankers Rule: City of London vs. Scottish Independence

    21stcenturywire.com / James Hall / SEPTEMBER 17, 2014

    Now that the independence referendum is too close to call, the bankers express their worry. The media blitz ramps up to tip the outcome. Scottish independence has finally rattled the City of London has the usual banksters forecasting the dislocations from a currency panic.

    Scotland has a long and noteworthy history of banking. Money, savings and investing is entrenched in the culture and society.

    Edinburgh is the fourth largest financial centre in Europe (after London, Frankfurt and Paris). Much of this reputation has arisen from its history of innovation over the last three hundred years. The Bank of Scotland, established in 1695, one year after the Bank of England by an Act of the Scottish Parliament, illustrates the prevailing attitude to the creation of money in that era. A list of banking innovations is a useful background of Scottish banking activities.

    The City of London is the granddaddy of financial empires. Anglophiles are eager to point out all the achievements of expanding civilization and exporting the dominant economic model that the British Empire established in the colonial period. Control of indigenous cultures has been a dominant objective within the commonwealth association. Scotland knows this lesson better than most.

    Read more: http://21stcenturywire.com/2014/09/17/bankers-rule-city-of-london-vs-scottish-independence/

  3. RonMamita says:

    Final Remarks Ahead of Scotland’s Referendum

    By Pater Tenebrarum Sept 16, 2014

    Don’t Listen to the Scaremongers

    Political elites around the world are scared of independence movements. Whether it is the allegedly sacrosanct territorial integrity of Ukraine or Iraq, the possible secession of Catalonia from Spain, of Sardinia from Italy, or the vote on Scottish independence: in all cases, visions of calamity are painted in vivid colors if the overarching nation states were to split into two or more parts.

    These fears are understandable from the point of view of the ruling elites: the agents representing the force monopolist State always want to have as big a territory under their control as possible. It means more power for them and a larger tax base to exploit. However, the bigger the territory under the control of a single force monopolist, the less the individual counts, the more the State’s policies will tend toward a mixture of warfare and welfare, both of which as a rule prove disastrous for the average citizen.

    Ask yourself why the most prosperous places on earth are all tiny political entities. There is a reason for that. No-one expects Liechtenstein to bomb ISIS in Iraq, or whoever the US enemy du jour is. Liechtenstein doesn’t even have a military. It doesn’t need one, because it is not busy making enemies left and right. Contrary to the larger European nations, it is also not up to its proverbial eyebrows in red tape and taxes. Incidentally, no Islamist extremists have yet thought of attacking Liechtenstein; most probably they don’t even know where it is, and if they did, they wouldn’t regard it as attack-worthy. After all, it has never meddled in the affairs of their homelands.

    The UK on the other hand can be expected to waste both blood and treasure on every single war cooked up in Washington, no matter how cockamamie a scheme it is. Just remember the effort to free Iraq of Saddam’s mythical “WMD” and the associated fairy tale chemical rockets, which Mr. Blair asserted “could reach London in 45 minutes”. As long as Scotland is part of the UK, everyone in Scotland is involved in these schemes as well (at a minimum as a payer), whether they want to or not.

    What about the alleged inability of Scotland to go it alone on economic grounds, or on grounds of being “too small”, or any of the other reasons that have been dragged up in recent weeks?

    Read More: http://www.acting-man.com/?p=32916

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