Westminster lies and corruption are now being exposed! The whole Better Together Campaign was based on Lies.
We are now a wee on, from the Referendum. This time last week, I was so excited, nervous and optimistic. Then I have been on an emotional roller coaster since. I was heart broken last Friday, crying my eyes out like a baby! This soon turned to anger against the No voters, and then anger against Westminster for manipulating them.
Now the truth is starting to come out and I really hope the No voters and seeing Westminster for all the lies and the corruption. And that they start to realise they were conned. And that this turns to action.
Westminster are of the opinion now that they have won, and that the feeling on "Nationalism" in Scotland has just disappeared. They couldn't be further from the truth. This has been like a birth in Scotland, a realisation of just how corrupt the Westminster establishment is.
There is 1.6 million actively wanting change, these people are politically aware and active. We have all networked into groups and formed friendships and alliances. That cannot be broken now and is only going to get bigger, once more and more people realise what has been going on.
We were told by the Better Together campaign, time and time again that Scotland's oil was on the decline. The BBC even backed these claims up, convincing the No voters we wouldn't have oil.
I always knew this was a lie. Scotland has oil, and plenty of it & potentially a lot oore. The Mccrone report for me, is just as relevant today as it was 30 years ago. And there is a little known fact, that David Cameron visited the Shetland Islands in January of this year. Something he wanted to be hidden from the public.
|Better Together tried to convince us the Oil Was running out - Truth exposed less than a week later! Better Together was based on Lies!|
|How the BBC reports oil pre- and post-referendum! The BBC needs to be held to account! They have deliberately misled the Scottish Electorate!|
Another little known fact. The Better Together campaign, was funded and paid for by the British Tax Payer. The Yes Scotland campaign - was privately funded by individual donations (mainly The Weir Trust)