Monthly Archives: August 2016


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!




Amazon prime UK price rises, it might not be official but over the last few week’s the prices have shot up by over 25% mostly in electronic goods.


Last weekend we purchased a KODI T95 TV Box at £36.95 and ADTA 240GB SSD at £45 both from Amazon Prime, today one week on the KODI TV Box has increased £3 and the SSD drive by £5.

We have noticed more items on sale at lower prices last week have all increased by at least the same amount so does this constitute a price increase by stealth?

Amazon increased its minimum order for prime orders in America from $35 to $49 and to say the American buyers were unhappy would be an understatement, they were furious.

Has Amazon learnt from this lesson and decided that rather than do minimum prime order prices they would just raise prices on the goods instead and the only customers who would notice it would be regular buyers?

For all customers reading this blog post please check your recent prime orders and check the latest prices on goods paid for over the last 4 weeks?

It could be said that recent Brexit vote has weakened the Pound by around the same amount but most of these goods are manufactured in this country so should make almost zero difference for some time to come and if this is the reason why not do it straight after Brexit makes no sense.

Amazon Prime is a great product with excellent free add-ons but they need to stay competitive or die just like eBay has in our humble opinion!