What Makes Great Britain “Great” Keeps the United Kingdom “United”
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor with Robbie the Pict
40 million Scots weren’t allowed to vote in the referendum that ended up with a broad 10% “No” majority. Scotland made it clear, we are sticking with what many Scots, what some of us know to be a clear majority, refer to as “the festering corpse of England.”
If the video is correct as to type of ballot used, it would not be considered legal in any international election. Anyone could create a thousand of these in 20 minutes, they aren’t tracked by voter ID numbers, like paper ballots elsewhere, and their isn’t a concurrent computer record, though those, when used alone are easily hacked. This is the worst case of “low tech” vote rigging since Tammany Hall.
For those of us who have worked as election observers, the video is obvious. Were this an election in Ghana or the Ukraine, it would be internationally decertified immediately. Based on this video alone, it is not unreasonable for the international community to choose to recognize an independent Scotland that would and should form a government in exile.
Britain, of course, still has ancient laws that prohibit such things, laws protecting their neuvo-Germanic royals from attempts to question “their rule.” Any who can read or still turn on a television had deduced that Britain is ruled by child molesters long blackmailed by Israeli run media giants such as “News of the World.”
Who would want to leave something like that, who wouldn’t want Cameron or Tony Blair representing them. On his worst day, even the UKIP British, the pro-Israeli neo-Nazi hate group would rather see Obama as Prime Minister. After all, he is slightly less toadying and, if actually a Kenyan as some claim, qualified as by birth as well.
Last week I weighed in on behalf of independence, based on largely emotion and romanticism. I had heard George Galloway’s rationale for staying tied to Britain and found it utter bollocks and I like Galloway.
I have spent periods of my life in Britain, I work there, have friends across Britain and admire much about the British people. To Americans, they are truly “the cousins.” The Scots, on the other hand, are less welcoming, less warm. However, they are our family.
We aren’t going to be able to fix this problem with the referendum. I thank whoever took this video and hope it wasn’t staged at “bin Laden Studios” in Tel Aviv as so many hoaxes are. If it is not, and we will know that soon enough, there will be hell to pay.
The mainstream news will be fun to watch, just to see if they report any of it just before their own buildings are burned to the ground, which can very well happen under such circumstances. We have already seen the downing of flight MH17, a NATO/Ukraine false flag terror attack shuffled off the pages of the press after the humiliating attempt by the Dutch to bury the story under manure.
We will see if, by the end of the day, this video is seen on television across Scotland, debunked as a hoax or buried. Over the past week, we have had two interesting such snippets, the other being the blackmail murder threat against Reagan advisor Lee Wanta, a $30 billion blackmail attempt, largest in world history. The whole thing was recorded, played on radio, now released in the Russian press, sent to the FBI and not a word, though to American political fixers openly plot a murder in pretty incredible audio quality.
We are being tested. The Snowden release of the 2003 real 9/11 report was censored. Veterans Today is publishing recently declassified documents from America’s nuclear research laboratories showing that two generations of American scientists were educated in what Jim W. Dean calls “flat earth” physics.
Daily, we are seeing to what degree our history was stolen. Is the “referendum” the theft of the lives and honour of the Scottish people as well? If so, it won’t be the first time.
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