Something Fishy in the Scottish Polls

In less than two weeks, correcting for very obvious government and media manipulation, there has been a groundswell in favour of independence in Scotland. Adding the undecided votes on the 18th it is not altogether unlikely that the Yes vote may indeed reach 60% and over.

Emerald News Network

There are two full days remaining before polls open over Scotland in a referendum that will determine whether Scotland, after 307 years of London rule, will remain with or leave the United Kingdom. Over the weekend the British state broadcaster, the BBC, highlighted the rather dubious, and embarrassingly anachronistic, support for the Better Together pro-Union campaign offered by the intensely sectarian Orange Order in its parade through the streets of Edinburgh. Yet on the other side of Scotland, in Glasgow, tens of thousands of Yes supporters crowded the streets in celebration of their anticipated referendum victory on Thursday, and not a single mention was made of it by the BBC. Over the latter stages of the campaign the BBC have been found to remove Yes supporters from the background of its ‘special reports’ and Photoshop ‘No’ signs where there were none. Under increasing pressure from the people of Scotland, and…

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About Hugh Wallace

Soldier, sailor, policeman, engineer, scientist, democrat, socialist, environmentalist, advocate of Scottish Independence
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One Response to Something Fishy in the Scottish Polls

  1. Hack Journalist says:

    Thank you for the share Hugh. We will read over your thoughts for similar articles in the very near future.

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