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Scotland’s September 2014 Independence vote was rigged and as expected afterwards there were shouts of fix, rigged etc… which led to certain individuals looking into very strange voting habits which had never ever been seen before.

After comprehensive research those doing the voting research found strange voting patterns in certain areas of Scotland.


They decided after research that the Independence vote was rigged, and rather than look for proof they researched the vote enough to find that the result was impossible, which in turn automatically proved that the Independence vote in September 2014 was rigged.

You can find the story and proof of establishment interference at this website, now when you talk about the September 2014 Independence vote you can pass on to your children and Grandchildren the way the English establishment ran a rigged vote to stop Scotland getting it’s independence.


Read about how they fixed the election here, if like me, you will consider if every voting in the U.K. is already fixed and decided?


International Scotland feels the need for voters to know the real facts, so what do you think of this from David Milligan, we thought it good enough to share;

Please be aware that because Westminster are still in control of the main economic levers for Scotland, it is they who bear the responsibility for any poor figures.

Also the GERS (Government Expenditure and Revenue in Scotland) is a set of figures produced by the Scottish Office (not a part of Holyrood) using data produced by the UK treasury.

We know it’s a work of creative accountancy which aims to diminish the actual output from Scotland.


The British establishment will tell any lie to keep the people of Scotland believing they’re too poor to become an independent country.


Because they rely on the wealth of Scotland and our exporting muscle to keep the balance of payments for the whole UK in order.


Scotland is an exporting nation and England is an importing nation.

In other words, we’re kept in place to prevent inflation in England from shooting out of control.

That’s not our fault and we’re starved of resources and incidentally our own money to keep things right south of the border.

Wake up Mr & Mrs Scotland, times running out to break free of the political and economic union with England and enjoy our own wealth.

I have nothing against anyone in England, I just detest that we’re getting ripped off and made to feel as if it’s our fault.

indyref2 cannot happen soon enough.

The damage gets worse day by day.

Also there’s this;-…/flyers-l…/gers_the_facts.jpg

If it’s news to you? then you read it here first!

Should Bouncy Castles Be Banned?

Should Bouncy Castles Be Banned?


Should bouncy castles be banned, given all the injuries and the recent UK child death we think they should.


UK wide calls for an all-out ban on bouncy castle use should be issued as soon as possible thousands of children are injured in the UK every year, yes its great fun but is it worth the huge risk factors envolved, not in this blogs humble opinion.

UK Government Bouncy Castle regulations.

Government statistics indicate that every year there are a large number of accidents resulting in injuries to children arising from the use of inflatable bouncy castles within the UK.

Most of the injuries are caused by children bouncing off the inflatable on to the ground, being hit by other children or just falling awkwardly. Many of these accidents could be avoided by effective adult supervision.

Follow our advice if you are thinking of hiring inflatable bouncy castles as part of a fundraising event, a fete or a private function, such as a birthday party.

Before hiring

The equipment should be hired from reputable hire companies, and wherever possible, set up, operated and supervised by the hire company’s own staff. This is particularly important if substantial numbers of children are likely to be present.

Before hiring a bouncy castle, ensure that the hire company:

  • Fully complies with the safe use and operation of play inflatables, including bouncy castles guidance issued by the PIPA Inflatable Play Inspector Scheme. This guidance can be downloaded from
  • Employees are suitably experienced and well trained adult personnel, where the company is responsible for the setting up, operation and supervision of the bouncy castle
  • Provides evidence of a current Public Liability insurance policy with a limit of indemnity of at least £2 million. This insurance is to cover the liability of the hire company. It is unlikely to extend to cover the hirer of the equipment.

Self operation

If you are to operate the bouncy castle, ensure that you are provided with written instructions about the safe setting up, operation and supervision of the equipment, and that the name and address of the manufacturer or supplier is clearly marked upon it.

Safety instructions

The safety instructions should include the following points:

  • Children should not be allowed to use the bouncy castle if there is a high wind or in wet weather (inflatables can flip over, and slippery surfaces may cause injury)
  • The castle must be adequately secured to the ground and sited away from obstacles such as fences or overhead power lines
  • Soft matting covering hard surfaces must be placed adjacent to the front or open sides
  • Ensure that the blower is situated at least 1-2 metres from the inflatable – serious injuries may occur if a user strikes the blower unit
  • There should be responsible adult supervision, paying close attention to the children at play at all times during its use
  • The number of children using the bouncy castle must be limited to the number

    recommended in the hire company’s safety instructions. There must be no overcrowding

  • A rota system for different age or size groups should be operated, together with the observance of an age limit of users
  • All children must be made to remove footwear, hard or sharp objects such as jewellery, buckles, pens and other similar pocket contents. Eating while bouncing or performing acrobatics must not be allowed.


Stephen Crabb DWP

Stephen Crabb DWP

Stephen Crabb, the new secretary of state for work and pensions has already proved himself clueless about how employment and support allowance (ESA) works.

Last week, before Crabb replaced IDS at the DWP, his constituency office was graffitied with the words ‘Why do you hate the sick’ after he voted in favour of cuts to ESA.

In a Facebook post responding to the vandalism, Crabb wrote:

“Any disabled person who is unable to work due to ill health or disability is in the Support Group of ESA. They are wholly unaffected by the change, as only those who are fit to work and actively seeking work are included in the Work Related Activity Group.”

The reality, as most Benefits and Work readers could have told Crabb, is that claimants in the work-related activity group (WRAG) have been found to have limited capability for work. If they had been found “fit to work” they would have been refused ESA entirely and have been forced to apply for JSA.

Limited capability for work means that the claimant may be able to undertake some limited training or work and may one day be able to take up full- time work.

But in many cases WRAG claimants will have degenerative conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, and they will never be fit for work again. It’s just that their condition is not yet severe enough to meet the strict criteria for the support group.

The fact that Crabb happily voted for cuts on the basis of his profound ignorance of how ESA actually works is concerning enough.

That he is now in charge of the entire benefits system is terrifying.

He will be judged by his actions just like IDS before him, just because they dont vote for their party or any party that might change next time around.

His background check by others says hes a scammer by all the things hes done with second homes and the likes although his body lingo says he knows hes untouchable so he should prove hes leadership material and do the unthinkable, actually look after the sick and disabled rather than more attacks on the sick and rises in foodbank usages.

Interesting point of view.

The MP employed interns in his parliamentary office through a scheme organised and funded by Christian Action Research and Education (CARE). CARE has previously sponsored events which refer to gay and bisexual people as “sexually broken” and advocating that they can become “ex-gay”. The organisation has funded internship places for young people to be placed with MPs as researchers or interns.

The above information will surely interest some of the Garthdee mafia in Aberdeen who will no-doubt shout their usual homo-phobic insults at Steve!

Treasury insists its tax powers offer is “logical and fair”

Peter A Bell

Peter A Bell

Story by Peter A. Bell
Treasury insists its tax powers offer is “logical and fair” but MPs back SNP government’s stance

Treasury insists its tax powers offer is “logical and fair” but MPs back SNP government’s stance | Politics Scotland |
DAVID Cameron’s compromise deal on Holyrood’s new tax powers would have given Scotland more money since devolution than the current Barnett Formula has, according to the Treasury.

But this claim contrasts with Nicola Sturgeon’s view that Whitehall’s current offer could leave it £3 billion out of pocket over the next 10 years.
Peter A Bell’s insight:
The very fact that the ‘deal’ on the financial framework is open to such widely divergent interpretations clearly demonstrates that it is fatally flawed. We may have to accept that it simply isn’t possible for the two governments to reach agreement on this because each is approaching the negotiations with irreconcilable imperatives.

The Scottish Government’s imperative is to repatriate the powers of the Scottish Parliament.

The UK Government’s overarching priority is preservation of the structures of power, privilege and patronage which define the British state.

There is no possibility of an ‘enduring settlement’ here. There are only increasingly uncomfortable and short-lived compromises.

The Scottish Government has a solemn duty to ensure that these compromises are not seriously detrimental to Scotland. The British establishment is either indifferent to Scotland’s interests or actively seeks to use devolution as a weapon against a Scottish Parliament and Government which is now regarded as a significant threat to the British state.

What we are witnessing are the inevitable consequences of a No vote gained on a prospectus which was never subject to any scrutiny by the mainstream media. The result of the referendum stands. But we cannot pretend that No voters made an informed choice. The situation in which we now find ourselves was easily foreseen. But those with a responsibility for informing the electorate were disgracefully derelict in their duty.

Independence is inevitable. That should now be clear to any rational mind. Devolution simply won’t work. And great harm may be done by clinging to something which is so obviously failing.

Devolution is dead! Independence! Nothing less!

Scotland – independence?

Scotland is a nation

Scotland is a nation

Scotland – independence;

This story is being borrowed from Jockscot blog simply because we could not have put it better ourselves and it needs to be understood and spread;


It’s getting plain silly.  I watch daily as posts fly across social media peddling a second independence referendum and I ask myself… why?!  It seems that Scotland’s electorate has lost sight of what’s important.  If not, they’ve certainly lost site of due process and law!

What is it my fellow independence supporters are fighting for?  Is it the political and economic independence of our nation or just the opportunity to prove we want it?  Is it to enact a dissolution of the Act of Union or to merely to say we want the right to do so?!  It seems to me that far too many of us are stuck in 2014, obsessing about a referendum result that neither would- nor could- deliver independence… even with a 99% Yes vote!

(I can just imagine the reaction that some readers are having right now having read that last paragraph… “Whit’s he talkin oan aboot… we’ve ae needed a referendum!  It’s they only wai”!)

Well I’m here to tell you… “Aw naw it’s no”!!

In truth, NO referendum can deliver independence for Scotland.  Even with a thousand and one pledges, vows and agreements from Westminster!  The Edinburgh Agreement, when all is said and done, was toothless.   This is because referenda have no legitimacy in a representative democracy- and that’s the system of democracy we run in the UK.  If we were running a direct democracy like Sweden, then a referendum would indeed have clout… but not here, not in Old Blighty!

The fact is that when you run a representative democracy, ALL judicial, legislative and constitutional changes MUST be enacted by the people we elect to represent us in the state parliament.  In other words, the MPs we elect to Westminster at the general election ALONE have the power to enact constitutional change.  So, a referendum can yield interesting answers by which those representatives might be compelled to act, but they are certainly not obligated to do so.  They can ignore those results completely.  Only in a direct democracy can a referendum have such power!

So, if a referendum is so useless, why did we have one?

Well the truth is that long before representative democracy was introduced to the UK political system, proponents for Scottish home rule were calling for a referendum.  That mantra became rooted in independence dialogue to such an extent that it was impossible for the SNP to deny their supporters the opportunity to vote on the issue.  But if they knew it was a pointless exercise, why go ahead anyway?  Why didn’t they just make it clear to us that a referendum was a waste of time and lead us down another path?  Well it’s like this… Scotland’s electorate needed a belt in the jaw!

The problem is that Scotland was rooted in political stagnation.  Our electorate, while perfectly willing to espouse their opinions on every and any matter of national concern, were in truth stuck in a narrow rut of political obstinance.  For as long as any living Scot can remember, Labour held Scotland firmly in their grasp!  Generations of “Labour till I die” attitudes, forged in the Clydeside shipyards and entrenched by the Thatcher era, had shackled Scotland’s electorate to a party that had only its own selfish interests at heart, and while our traditional industries and social structures crumbled around us, the beacon of hope that shone from the SNP camp went unheeded- Scotland was politically blind.  The referendum became not a legitimate route to independence, but instead the big, size-twelve, steel toe-capped, tackety boot-up-the-backside we were long overdue!  And it worked!

And the Edinburgh Agreement?  It was nothing more than an agreement to recognise the result.  It didn’t hold the Westminster government to an obligation enact a dissolution bill in parliament.  So really, it was meaningless drivel.

In the anger and disillusionment that followed the Yes campaign’s defeat on September the 18th, the Scottish public got the kicking they deserved.  It shook the electorate to the core, shunted them out of the hopelessness that had long dogged their political outlook.  Although a blow to many egos, it made the public realise that the only course to address the pressing issues is through the electoral ballot box.  This re-awakening lifted Scotland’s down-cast eyes to the light… the SNP were the only realistic choice… and a general election beckoned!

The result of May 7th 2015 justified the means.  As cruel a deception as it was, Scotland had finally done the right thing and returned to Westminster a majority representation of passionate Scots willing to represent Scotland’s best interests- Union or no!

But what about Nicola Sturgeon’s promises regarding a second referendum?  Well in truth, Nicola has made no such promises.  She has said that Scotland “could demand” another referendum, and indeed we could… but it’s another matter entirely as to whether Westminster would grant one!  She has said she might call one after the next Scottish parliamentary election… but I have a feeling this will be a moot point by then.  As readers of my blog will no doubt already be aware, it is my firm belief Scotland will be independent before the end of April next year, so Nicola’s proposal to call for a referendum after April really is a little obtuse.  And let’s not forget her definitive statement… “there will be no second referendum”.  I think people need to stop reading more into Nicola’s words than there is and start reading them literally.

So, how does Scotland free itself from the union, if not by referendum?  The truth is that Scotland has always had the right to extract herself from the union.  That right is enshrined in international law and recognised by the Act of Union itself… that it was indeed a union of political and economic convenience… not the formation of a new country… despite the BBC’s best attempts to sell us that vision!  The fact is that our political representatives have always been able to enact a dissolution of the union whenever they saw fit to do so, this right is held by both Scotland’s and England’s respective political blocs at Westminster and, so long as their dissolution bill is passed by their nation’s nobles (which they’ve no practical reason to oppose), the matter needs only the signature of our constitutional head of state- HM QEII- to be enacted.  And her job is not to decide whether or not the move is justified, nor indeed that it might be to her liking.  Her job is to judge whether or not the bill meets with the established constitutional laws of the land.  If it does (and there’s no reason to believe it won’t), Her Majesty will sign the bill and the union will end… there and then!

What happens next is that Scotland must re-assemble the components of the Scottish Convention… the original Three Estates parliament that existed prior to the 1707 Treaty of Union.  Having done so, and with the eyes of the world upon her, Scotland’s Three Estate parliament will declare Scotland an independent sovereign state.  I put it to you that the Scottish parliamentary election to be held in May 2016 will be the first Scottish state general election in history.

So, it’s time to put the referendum talk to bed.  The job is done, people… move on!

Big thank you to Jockscot for this revelation of facts which many seem to have missed!

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