Veterans for independence – Scottish Military Myth Put To Bed *VIDEO*


Scottish Veterans for independence

Scottish Veterans for independence

Well I am trying, like many to put Myths to rest left right and center, Scotland we have put to bed many issues. The Currency, NATO Agreement’s in place, Where and why we will be better off. This is a man speaking for Veterans for independence, he tells it as it is, Scotland will have a defense force, an army and more. All the bases are up here in Scotland. The only thing we won’t have are Nuclear weapons. Please watch as this man puts this issue to bed

20 Years of Fibromyalgia – The Story of Paul from the USA – Very Similar to my story. You?


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Sunday morning and I am in bed beat by an invisible monster. From time to time I read what others go through and it staggers me to see and know that everyone’s story is the same. Family belittle us, Friends think we tell lies. This is a story from ALL Fibro sufferers. I find it astonishing how we all tell the same story, have the same issues and battle the exact same demons. For anyone with Fibro and MORE IMPORTANT I THINK, for anyone in a relationship with a Fibro sufferer, I think watching this video will be of benefit. Paul in the video below tells a story I can relate to in oh so many ways. I just watched it with Dawn my partner. I am lucky she kinda understands, I can’t accept the girl to 100% get it, but she tries, she understands when I vent, like Paul says below and like you, a fellow sufferer tells, we all have this story, it matches up all the time. Here is Paul. It is 20 minutes, I ask you watch it and I hope it helps. Sadly many will look at this headline and think “Oh give it a break” Well all I can say to you is, “You get a soul” I can’t and don’t get people who don’t care, who belittle people with this. I had a family member tell me to “Give it a break, your not dying” I won’t speak to that person again. I have no time in my life for people who want to see me and treat me different. That is the thing, people think we want sympathy, NOTHING could be further from the truth, we just need to vent, imagine having toothache for a year without it stopping, now imagine that pain all over your body, all the time, never stops. And people ask “Why don’t you visit” I still have family members myself who get annoyed I can’t do things. Anyone who knows me and is still a friend will know that if I could still do football I would NEVER have started to write. Writing gives my brain a tiny bit of relief. This is one of a few small tricks I have learnt as the years have gone on. Don’t belittle me, I hate gossips, I would rather people, like my Sister said it to my face. Still was wrong, but I rather that that Jekyll and Hyde people. All smiles to your face or when they want something from you then turn around when you are not there and guess on you. It pissed me off no end. How does this all effect you? Watch the video, try and get where Paul is.

Paul Harrison

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Street Singers Gather a Huge ‘Yes Crowd’ In Glasgow – Video


Huge Crowd Gathered in Edinburgh Also

Huge Crowd Gathered in Edinburgh Also, this was below Edinburgh Castle

Woke up to this video in my in-box, I don’t know who to thank, so whoever took it, thanks. I sometimes find my own video’s in other places, way I see it, it matters not who tells the story, as long as it is told. Today the Yes campaign is ahead in the Official polls for the first time ever. We have 11 days Scotland to see this through. Westminster will use dirty tricks and false flag rubbish to sway us. Don’t fall for it. I thought I would share this video, apparently it just ‘Happened’ I love it when a mass crowd just happens. I don’t do the hate part of the referendum, but I am yet to see a flash No voter gathering. BRING IT HOME SCOTLAND! Video below is from Glasgow Yesterday

 

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Happened in Aberdeen at some point also

Happened in Aberdeen at some point also

City Centre of Edinburgh

City Centre of Edinburgh

MORE FEAR TACTICS FROM WESTMINSTER – Scotland will be more at risk of a terrorist attack – Cameron warns


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Doing his party no favours and pushing undecided to yes..

First this! FEAR TACTICS START – We’ll put guards on Scottish border: Ed Miliband http://shaunynews.com/2014/09/06/fear-tactics-start-well-put-guards-on-scottish-border-ed-miliband/ now this! NOW WE KNOW WHY WE NEED OUT THIS UNION! The Queen will be head of state, we will be part of NATO. This is utter lunacy by Tories and especially Labour, Labour can forget their Scottish voters with Miliband’s “Boarder Guards” remarks!

David Cameron today warned that Scotland would be more at risk from terrorism if it votes for independence. The Prime Minister said the United Kingdom had the best security and intelligence services in the world to keep people safe. He said the safety of staying together in a ‘very dangerous and insecure world’ was one of the ‘strongest arguments’ against separation.  Mr Cameron, speaking at the end of the two-day Nato conference in Wales, said: ‘I don’t think anyone can be in any doubt we live in a very dangerous and insecure world. ‘I would have thought one of the strongest arguments that those of us who want to see the United Kingdom stay together can make is in that dangerous world and insecure world of terrorist threats and other threats isn’t it better to be part of the United Kingdom?’ He said the UK ‘has a top five defence budget, that has some of the best security and intelligence services anywhere in the world, that is part of every single alliance that really matters in the world in terms of Nato, the G8, the G20 European Union, a permanent member of the Security Council of the UN’. Mr Cameron added: ‘To have all those networks and abilities to work with allies to keep us safe, isn’t it better to have those things than to separate yourselves from them. ‘Those are some of the arguments we will be making in the weeks to come before this vital vote.’

Gordon Brown (left) spoke in London today ahead of the forthcoming Scottish vote for independence on September 18

Gordon Brown spoke in London today ahead of the forthcoming Scottish vote for independence on September 18

First this! FEAR TACTICS START – We’ll put guards on Scottish border: Ed Miliband https://acenewsdesk.wordpress.com/2014/09/06/fear-tactics-start-well-put-guards-on-scottish-border-ed-miliband/ now this! NOW WE KNOW WHY WE NEED OUT THIS UNION! The Queen will be head of state, we will be part of NATO. This is utter lunacy by Tories and especially Labour, Labour can forget their Scottish voters with Miliband’s “Boarder Guards” remarks!

Mr Cameron’s remarks came after the former Prime Minister Gordon Brown vowed to lead a campaign for more powers for Scotland if it rejects independence in this month’s referendum. The former prime minister, signalling his return to front line politics, said he would push for further devolution within weeks of the September 18 vote. Mr Brown is among senior Labour figures being deployed in a final push by the party to prevent its supporters being won over by the Scottish National Party. With polls suggesting a late swing towards the Yes camp, Mr Brown urged voters not to ‘abandon’ the huge value to Scotland of pooling resources with the rest of the UK in areas such as pensions and healthcare. He told an audience of activists and politicians at Westminster that he had asked Speaker John Bercow to allow him to lead a debate when the Commons resumes business in October to galvanise cross-party support for reforms. A pledge of extra tax and legal powers for Holyrood in the event of a rejection of independence in the popular vote has been signed by the leaders of all three main Westminster parties.

SNP leader Alex Salmond was canvassing in Peterhead fish market today

SNP leader Alex Salmond was canvassing in Peterhead fish market today

Mr Brown said the aim should be the ‘maximum local decision-making powers that is possible’ while maintaining the union. ‘The status quo is not now an option. A no vote does not mean no change.’ He said: ‘A no vote will usher in the further constitutional reforms in social, economic and fiscal affairs and a no vote will mean the choice you have made is against separation but for further devolution to the Scottish Parliament. ‘Over the next few months after the referendum, we can take the lead in ensuring that these powers – that the Conservatives and Liberals say they would support – can be implemented as quickly as possible. ‘I have asked the Speaker that when Parliament returns after the referendum in October, that in the first week he allows me to lead a debate about how we can secure the timetable and the delivery of the further devolution proposals.

‘This is not like 1979 when the then-Conservative government promised change and then denied us it. This is like 1997 when the Labour government came in and, within a year, had delivered its promise of a Scottish parliament. ‘When we are talking about the future of the constitution, London must and will change, Westminster must and will change, and, of course, the United Kingdom must and will change.’ He told the meeting – hosted by Blairite pressure group Progress – that the No camp ‘will accept whatever result comes our way’. ‘But the Scottish National Party have got to recognise that if they lose this … we have got to get back to the issues of improving public services. ‘I think the Conservatives will have to accept these proposals … the strong weight of opinion for them. ‘We stand ready to talk to other parties about how we could reach a consensus on these proposals for the future.’ Mr Brown said the UK was a uniquely successful arrangement anywhere in the world. It offered pooled resources across four nations ‘to guarantee to anyone no matter where they are in any part of the United Kingdom that they have the same right to healthcare, to help when unemployed, to dignity in retirement and, of course, to dignity and support when they are sick, disabled or vulnerable. ‘That is a principle that we should never abandon.’ He dismissed SNP plans for a corporation tax cut as ‘the Scots Nats backing the fat cats and obviously cheered on by the cybernats’. He also dismissed the level of demand for an English parliament. ‘The English do not want a parliament of their own. If they wanted it, that would be an issue, but there is no evidence that there is a desire for an English parliament,’ he said. ‘We have got to recognise the assymetric nature of the British constitution, find a way of accommodating the ambitions of all the different nations – and indeed the regions.