Whoever voted for UKIP in Scotland hope you are very happy with your decision.
Back in 1979, these were the results of the Scottish
independencedevolution referendum. Note how the number of yes votes were greater than no. And yet… did we get independence? No. Despite having a greater number of votes, there was only a turnout of 32%, sadly below the required 40% for it to be valid. And thus, the chance was lost.
That is, until this year.
We simply must do what we can to make this election count for the people of Scotland.
Since day one I have had no doubt in my decision to vote YES in the 2014 Scottish Independence Elections but this has possibly even furthered my certainty. This is a leaflet that the Better Together campaign delivered to THE MENTALLY DISABLED and other VULNERABLE groups of people across Scotland over the past few days. Not only is this disgustingly patronising and exploitative, it is taking advantage of a demographic, some of whom are genuinely unaware of how to carry out a vote, and telling them this is how theyre supposed to vote. It is both misleading and an insanely sinister ploy to sway (disabled) undecided voters. How they think they can get away with this is faaaaar beyond me and anyone else who is aware of this. In the past week, the Better Together has also released an advert promoting their party (here it is). This advert is laughably patronising and insanely sexist. How anyone can still be voting No after seeing that and watching the most recent referendum television debate and studied proposals made on both sides is, again, beyond me. Do your research. Pay attention to the signs. VOTE YES ON SEPTEMBER 18TH.