Election Fraud: Proof ‘Scotland Independence Vote’ Was Rigged! (Video)


Sep 18, 2014

There is damning evidence that shows that this vote is a fraud. Just from the video and the pictures alone, we can see errors! Can you imagine how much is wrong? This is the Best Video proof you will also ever get showing the votes were changed to NO on purpose!

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Sep 18, 2014

British managers stuffing box.

Scotland Votes As Andy Murray Provides Last Minute Boost For “Yes” Camp; Wall Street Roundup

Scotland Votes As Andy Murray Provides Last Minute Boost For “Yes” Camp; Wall Street Roundup (ZeroHedge, Sep 18, 2014):

The long awaited moment finally arrived after Scots began voting at 7am BST on whether to break away from the U.K. and end the 307-year union, even as latest opinion polls show the campaign against independence maintaining a narrow lead over those favoring independence.  And while the No’s are said to have a slim lead into the vote, even if it is really the Undecideds whose vote will determine the final outcome, somewhat surprisingly, the Yes camp got an unexpected boost just hours before the polls opened when 27 year old tennis star, and Scot, Andy Murray declared his support for Scottish independence in an 11th hour intervention on Thursday morning, after years of keeping silent on the issue.


What Happens When Scottish Voters Give It Their 110%, According To CNN
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What is most disturbing is that this photo is just as likely to be real as fake.

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The REAL Reason Britain is Freaking Out About Scottish Independence

The REAL Reason Britain is Freaking Out About Scottish Independence (Washington’s Blog, Sep 17, 2014):

David Cameron and the British media have been freaking out about the potential Scottish independence.

They’ve blathered on about “history”, “common defense” and other red herrings.

But it’s really all about oil …

Specifically, if Scotland becomes independent, it gets to keep 90% of the revenues from its huge oil reserves.

The New York Times reports:

Read moreThe REAL Reason Britain is Freaking Out About Scottish Independence

Scottish Independence: Politicians Love Democracy So Much They’re Trying To Subvert It

Scottish Independence: Politicians Love Democracy So Much They’re Trying To Subvert It (Sovereign Man, Sep 16, 2014):

The polls in Scotland will close this week on one of the more important elections in recent history… perhaps one of the only elections that actually matters.

Rather than a typical vote to see who the captain of the Titanic will be, Scots are deciding whether they want to be free and independent from the UK.

Read moreScottish Independence: Politicians Love Democracy So Much They’re Trying To Subvert It

Why Scotland Has All The Leverage, In One Chart

Why Scotland Has All The Leverage, In One Chart (ZeroHedge, Sep 15, 2014):

As Scotland prepares to vote for or against Independence from the Union on Thursday, it appears everyone has an opinion on what may, what should and what will happen. At the basis of every such opinion is some basis in fact, misguided as it may be in most cases, about who has all the leverage, with the dominant one being that Scotland would make a horrendous mistake if it says goodbye to the UK and puts a border around what is currently a third of UK’s landmass.

Some, such as Deutsche Bank, the bank that has the single greatest derivative exposure in the world and is therefore most leveraged to maintaining the status quo, saw its “Chief Economist & Member, Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG” David Folkerts-Landau personally put pen to paper on Friday and in rambling, demagogic terms, explain why it would be a “Wrong Turn” for Scotland to seek self-determination.

Read moreWhy Scotland Has All The Leverage, In One Chart

Scotland: Independence Is Not On The Table

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Scotland: Independence Is Not On The Table (UK Column, Sep 10, 2014):

Today the LibLabCon has joined forces to keep the Union together, they say. Very publicly “abandoning” Prime Ministers Questions in order to give the maximum impression that they actually wish to keep the Union together, all three have flown up to Scotland to campaign for a “NO” vote.

The Three Stooges are playing a clever psychological game. Their intention is clear as evidenced by the constitutional reform agenda – the breakup of the Union. They give the impression that they are fighting for Scotland to stay in the Union in the full knowledge that any right thinking Scotsman or woman will struggle to resist the temptation to punch them on the nose at first sight. 

Read moreScotland: Independence Is Not On The Table

UK Suffers Biggest Capital Outflow Since Lehman As Scottish Vote Nears

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UK Suffers Biggest Capital Outflow Since Lehman As Scottish Vote Nears (ZeroHedge, Sep 12, 2014):

Investors pulled $27 billion out of UK financial assets last month – the biggest capital outflow since the Lehman crisis in 2008 – as concern mounted about the economic and financial consequences if Scotland left the UK, according to Reuters. Furthermore, Morgan Stanley said daily equity flow data pointed to “some of the largest UK equity selling on record.”

As Reuters notes,

Read moreUK Suffers Biggest Capital Outflow Since Lehman As Scottish Vote Nears

George Soros: ‘This Is The Worst Possible Time’ For Scottish Independence

George Soros Warns “This Is The Worst Possible Time” For Scottish Independence (ZeroHedge, Sep 11, 2014):

Authored by George Soros, originally posted Op-Ed at The FT,

This is the worst possible time for Britain to consider leaving the EU – or for Scotland to break with Britain.

The EU is an unfinished project of European states that have sacrificed part of their sovereignty to form an ever-closer union based on shared values and ideals. Those shared values are under attack on multiple fronts. Russia’s undeclared war against Ukraine is perhaps the most immediate example but it is by no means the only one. Resurgent nationalism and illiberal democracy are on the rise within Europe, at its borders and around the globe.

Read moreGeorge Soros: ‘This Is The Worst Possible Time’ For Scottish Independence

The Black Swan Of Scotland

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The Black Swan Of Scotland (ZeroHedge, Sep 10, 2014):

It appears The UK government’s approach to Scotland has shifted dramatically from threats (we can’t guarantee your saefty against terrorists) to hugs and kisses.. as David Cameron begs Scots not to tear apart Britain’s “family of nations.”

“I would be heartbroken if this family of nations … was torn apart,” Cameron, speaking in the atrium of the Scottish Widows building in central Edinburgh.

It appears – as we explain below – there is good reason to panic…

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Scottish Independence Referendum: The Complete Summary

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Scottish Independence Referendum: The Complete Summary (ZeroHedge, Sep 8, 2014):

For those just catching up on the main news event of the weekend, namely the sudden surge in Scotland “Yes” vote polling surpassing 50% for the first time, here is a complete round up of the background, updates and expert reactions from RanSquawk, Bloomberg and AFP.

ANALYSIS: THE CASE OF SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE

  • Recent polling shows the ‘Yes’ campaign overtaking the unionists for the first time, just 10 days ahead of the final vote on September 18th
  • Independent Scotland runs the risk of limited currency options and fiscal uncertainty
  • UK debt ratings hang in the balance as worst-case scenario sees Westminster shouldering an estimated extra GBP 140bln in former Scottish debt

BACKGROUND

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UK In ‘Full Panic Mode’, Rains Brimstone, Bribes On Scotland As ‘Yes’ To Independence Poll Crosses 50%

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UK In “Full Panic Mode”, Rains Brimstone, Bribes On Scotland As “Yes” To Independence Poll Crosses 50% (ZeroHedge, Sep 7, 2014):

All pundits who over the past few months have been saying the possibility of Scottish independence as a result of the September 18 ballot, is at best a pipe dream got a rude wake up call overnight, when Scottish YouGov poll for the Sunday Times put the “Yes” (for independence campaign) on top for the first time since polling began, with No below the majority cutoff line for the first time, at 49, when undecided voters are excluded, and even when including undecideds “Yes” is still ahead by two points at 47-45. As the Spectator reports, “in the space of four weeks, “No” has blown a 22-point lead.”

​‘London-centricity is unsustainable’: 200 business leaders back Scottish independence

​‘London-centricity is unsustainable’: 200 business leaders back Scottish independence (RT, Aug 28, 2014):

More than 200 business people have lent their support to the “Yes Scotland” campaign in an open letter published in The Herald Scotland newspaper, just one day after 130 slammed the idea of secession from the UK.

The heads of 200 companies representing about 10 percent of Scotland’s workforce have backed Scottish independence over staying with the UK. Similar to the pro-unity bloc’s letter on Wednesday, all the bosses signed on an individual basis, not as representatives of their companies.

Read more​‘London-centricity is unsustainable’: 200 business leaders back Scottish independence

Scottish Independence ‘Yes’ Vote Is A “High Risk” Event, Citi Warns

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Scottish Independence ‘Yes’ Vote Is A “High Risk” Event, Citi Warns (ZeroHedge, Aug 23, 2014):

A “Yes” vote for Scottish independence represents a “high risk” event according to Citi’s Michael Saunders. With the so-called ‘neverendum’ now less than a month away, Citi continues to highlight three particular concerns if Scotland does vote for independence: Scotland’s relatively weak fiscal position, Scotland’s large banking system and uncertainties over the currency arrangements of an independent Scotland. The Scottish Government seems to be seeking a policy of “sterlingisation” – which even their economic advisors judge “is not likely to be a long-term solution.” For now a “no” vote is most likely, however, even if the Scottish referendum does not pass, the UK political landscape is likely to remain in a state of flux.

Evidence Of New, Present-Day Glaciation In Scotland

Evidence of new, present-day glaciation in Scotland (Ice Age Now, Aug 22, 2014):

A team of experts investigating the North Face of Scotland’s Ben Nevis mountain have found snowfields remaining in many gullies and upper scree slopes.


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On these snowfields, the team – which included mountaineers, geologists and botanists – came across compacted, dense, ice hard snow call neve.

Neve is the first stage in the formation of glaciers, the team said.

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Scotland’s leader brands Australian PM’s remarks on independence ‘foolish’

And yes, the New World Order would not “be helped by an independent Scotland”.


Scotland’s leader brands Australian PM’s remarks on independence ‘foolish’ (RT, Aug 17, 2014):

Alex Salmond, the First Minister for Scotland, has said that comments by Tony Abbott, the Australian Prime Minster, that the world would not “be helped by an independent Scotland” are “foolish, hypocritical and offensive”.

Mr Abbott who is on a visit to London told the Times newspaper that the decision on whether Scotland should be an independent country and break from the more than 300 year union with the rest of the UK, is “a matter for the scots”.

He then said that it was “hard to see how the world would be helped by an independent Scotland.”

“I think the people who would like to see the break-up of the United Kingdom are not the friends of justice, the friends of freedom, and the countries that cheer at the prospect are not the countries whose company one would like to keep,” he said.

Scottish voters will go to the polls on 18 September and will be asked the question “Should Scotland be an independent country?”

Read moreScotland’s leader brands Australian PM’s remarks on independence ‘foolish’

UK Government Ignores Scotland’s Opposition To GM Crops In EU

UK Government Ignores Scotland’s Opposition to GM Crops in EU (Sustainable Pulse, April 27, 2014):

Scotland after admitting breaching an agreement to make Scotland’s opposition to genetically modified (GM) crops clear to European ministers.

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The Westminster environment boss promised Scottish Environment Minister Paul Wheelhouse that he would say that Scotland took a different view on GM from the UK at negotiations at the European Union’s Environment Council in Brussels. But he then failed to do so.

Read moreUK Government Ignores Scotland’s Opposition To GM Crops In EU

Vitamin D :-)

Links on the many benefits of Vitamin D down below.


Vitamin D (newsnetscotland, Feb. 4, 2012):

Scotland has a reputation around the world. Generally we are known for our hospitality, humanity and culture. But we are also known as the Sick Man of Europe because of the extent of medical problems like MS, diabetes and even rickets.

While some of these problems are clearly linked to the endemic poverty which has been allowed to fester in our cities by indifferent and essentially corrupt politicians, there is another factor which has recently begun to receive attention, vitamin D deficiency which scientists around the world are becoming increasingly concerned with.

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The Scottish People Say NO To Empire – Cameron Vows To Fight UK Break-Up


The Scottish people also say no to the World government and the NWO.

The Scottish people say no to empire:

On May 5th, as the media hyped up an ‘alternative vote’ campaign that many people knew and cared little about, another, far more significant election was taking place. In Scotland, a Parliament was being elected.

In the last election, the Scottish National Party (not to be confused with their racist British counter-parts), running on a platform of pro-independence, won with a majority of one seat. This time round, they became the first party ever to win an overall majority in the Scottish Parliament – from within a voting system with two votes, one for your local MSP and one for a party, designed to prevent exactly that from happening – winning the required 65th seat in the Labour-stronghold of Kirkcaldy. Kirkcaldy was symbolic of a wider Labour collapse across the country, which saw them recording their worst election results in Scotland in 80 years. However, people will have a difficult time dismissing the SNP’s gains as “anti-Labour votes”, as attempted after their last election victory, as the Labour Party have not held the power to alienate people from since then. The implications of this landslide are clear; Scottish people are not afraid of the word “independence” any longer.

Read moreThe Scottish People Say NO To Empire – Cameron Vows To Fight UK Break-Up

Scotland: Snow in September

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First snowmen of the season spotted as surprise cold snap sweeps across Britain

Winter wonderland: Hill walkers enjoyed the crisp clear weather, with snow crunching underfoot
Winter wonderland: Hill walkers enjoyed the crisp clear weather, with snow crunching underfoot

Britain has received its first autumn snowfalls for the year as a surprise cold snap sent millions reaching for the central heating controls this weekend.

Summer made a particularly swift exit from the Highlands as the first sprinklings of snow paid an early visit to the north of Scotland.

The last time Britain saw a September cold snap as severe as this current one was in 2003, when much of northern England was below freezing.

Two Scottish weather stations recorded record lows: Tulloch Bridge recorded a temperature of -4.2°C, and Tyndrum -4.4°C – the coldest temperatures recorded since the two stations opened in 1982 and 1990 respectively.

For the people of the Cairngorms particularly,  it was a wintry end to September.

Snow fell on the Scottish mountain range overnight, and hill-walkers had to wear their winter woolies and specialist equipment as they enjoyed blue, sun-filled skies with slippery conditions underfoot.

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