Thousands turned up in Trafalgar Square this evening to tell Scotland that we’d love them to stick with us.
You can’t hope to build unity out of the division of a union. This is real unity, not the wrong-headed vision of the nationalists. We’re better together than we are on our own, we’re not as divided as our politics suggests and we remain more than just a loose couple of nations, we’re part of one of the strongest, most enduring political and geographical unions on the planet.
"The wrong headed vision of the Nationalists’
If polls are correct, then there is nearly 50% of us ‘Wrong headed Nationalists’.
So you just alienated half of Scotland with your divisive rhetoric….YOUR OWN divisive rhetoric.Not ours…your own words…
Maybe it would have been better to say, that if the Union survives this, then actions of friendship like this, prove that there CAN BE more to unite us than divide us.Therefore the U.K, it’s people and it’s politicians, must start working to create a society where EVERYONE feels valued and included, to the point that they DON’T feel so alienated politically, that they must take drastic action and make hard choices, to leave this union that we have shared together for so long.
I would love that to be true.If I thought for one minute that it could be true then I would stay in a heartbeat.Sadly, I don’t think that will be the case.So I’m voting yes.I think that the people of Scotland can be best served politically, if political decisions regarding Scottish issues are made in Scotland and not in London.
P.s It’s a bad day when the, ‘Wrong headed Scottish Nationalist’ has to write an inclusive speech for the ‘right headed British Nationalist’, because there own speech failed big time to include,in any way,the people that they claimed to want to offer a hand of friendship to in the first place by ‘sticking together’.