Scotland could not afford to stay in the Union much longer

Ni Russell Bruce

Forget the Fear of the Project directed at Scotland and pay attention to the real problem. Future fears are still thirsting in Westminster with powers removed from our parliament and plans to introduce partial direct governance by a Westminster government that it thinks is a mistake to devolve. Our parliament needs the full battery of powers that a normal country needs to solve the damage done to our food and beverage industry, exports, our trade with the EU and much more.

The business party in Westminster is destroying business with its defined Brexit that should succeed on the agenda. Not really. The low taxation party is now the high taxation party for low and middle income groups. Cutting the short -term increase in Universal Credit adds to the amount the Johnson government is taking into the economy.

If it is made possible for money flow through spending, the economy will be stronger. Higher taxes and benefit cuts aimed at those with lower incomes cause unnecessary hardship and reduce economic activity. Those on lower and average incomes have to spend all or most of their income on the essentials of life. That money keeps businesses in business, including energy suppliers running on a sustainable model.

Management in Westminster is not normal and the UK’s stance on the global recession is in the sun. Isn’t that right Kermit?

Scotland has the resources to be a success which is so feared by Johnson et al. We have gas, lots of gasoline and diesel, while it is still needed. Oh and there is no shortage of electricity that is truly volatile and constantly rising. We will always be ready to help England when needed after independence from our surplus resources.

Scotland is miles more than England in changes because we started earlier, had unparalleled geographical advantages and invested in future prudent and timely action in the face of the climate crisis. If we don’t do better, as nations take collective action, the World will continue to burn and flood with increasing order. Far from restricting global warming to a 1.5% increase the current path is 2.7% by 2050. Asia is still burning a lot of coal and England plans to bring back to the line the power stations emitted by carbon. All of this means a 10 -meter rise in sea level according to a climate conference this week.

Hard core Brexiteers have said they will not buy from an independent Scotland. The same was done in Ireland. Now Irish is exported to the UK stand up by 40% post-Brexit. They told every country left behind by colonial rule that they could not survive without the London government to take care of them. Including the US. Scotland needs to remember that when this tired old story is replayed and replayed in a stuck turntable. If any country is too wee, too poor, too daft for believing in its lost state of global greatness it is England. We are talking to all the decent people in England who see this very clearly. The best we can do is show them a good example of freedom and regain EU membership and citizenship.

Suddenly visas will be available for truck drivers and groups of qualified turkey meat who are now usually here helping to deliver Christmas dinners. As with any response from Johnson it is always too late to resolve issues that have warned him well. Christmas day is only 3 days away. Do we really think the Home Office will issue visas on Monday? Lorry drivers have 27 countries where they can find work and get a job easily. Seasonal turkey processors will find other seasonal activities this year in more welcoming countries. Too little, too little, too late.

The sheer scale of the current crisis should be enough to overthrow this government. The talk of a general election suddenly disappeared as the fuel ration arrived, empty supermarket shelves were longer, new tax increases hit less efficiently and benefit reduced everything. more fragile household budgets. Added to the compression is inflation and especially hazardous areas such as food and fuel, currently experienced.

Fur coats are no longer considered appropriate wear. Families who may even have a hand with me in the attic may be advised to give it a dusting. Granny’s fur coat could be your housecoat this winter.

Potential rebels on the Tory backbenches are threatened with disqualification if they revolt. That was a real process before the election in December 2019 so MPs know they will do it again. If there were enough Tory MPs who were more afraid of the electorate than the Boris threats things could change. We don’t hold our breath as on the other side of the Tory divide are the Brexit hounds that now form a large chunk of the Tory backbenches. Any softening of a tough true blue Brexit would be like trying to take a raw steak out of the mouth of a hungry Rottweiler.

The task ahead was to prepare the case for liberty. We have a lot to do and people will change. It is an ongoing process where we can all get together and talk to others about why a non-functioning union is not in Scotland’s interest.

The business is running for Scotland Believe in Scotland which is an important part of the way forward.

The other element is to enable more of our population to believe in themselves and throw away the over-hopeful, too poor, too stupid, chains that prevent them from maximizing their own potential and that of the evil nation. of Scotland.

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