I often think about the choices of people regards independence and what can and does motivate some people to obtain it or shun it and it often takes me full circle back to my own ‘independence’.
When I was growing up I came through some very difficult times. Up until the age of 11 I had probably experienced more life experiences than many will encounter in their whole life, from 11 onwards, things really settled down for me. It allowed me the opportunity that other children had which was one of excitement at becoming a teenager and then onto adulthood. Continue reading
I stumbled across a Twitter poll a few days back and I cannot for the life of me find it anymore. Anyway, the result at the time I voted was that 2,500 people had voted on the back of the question which stated:
If there was a General Election now, how would you vote? Continue reading
So here we are folks, the next 3 in the series.
These 3 relate to: Continue reading
I have decided to start a sequence of ‘Problems in this Union’ on the back of my article yesterday.
The basic idea is that i want to try and start a stronger movement of people sharing the problems of remaining in this union, not what good things Scotland achieves in this union. Continue reading
Scotland must start shifting its view from questioning the viability of independence to questioning the continued viability of the Union.
Only once people start seeing that the Union is the problem will they embrace full independence. Continue reading
As I sit and write this blog post, there are images of fascist thugs in Catalonia running through my mind.
Those images bring me back to the day after the independence referendum where unionist thugs were doing the same thing. Continue reading
Now before you read on, this blog post is conjecture. It is not based on ‘hard evidence’, its speculation but in my opinion it is worth-while speculation.
Brexit and the missing £400odd billion really has caused financial alarm across the UK, not that you’d really notice due to the complete lack of volume surrounding the loss of nearly 25% of the entire GDP of the UK. Continue reading