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2 minutes ago, KDave said:

If you can wait a few years oil will be three digits a barrel again and the argument for Scottish independence will be viable economically again (at least in the short term), it will be a window in which the economic argument can be made again like last time. 

And I bet you believe Scotlands economy is restricted to 5% of its GDP? The arrogance is astounding.... Actually its astonishing but not surprising.

"The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing. The process is perhaps the most astounding piece of sleight of hand that was ever invented. But if you want to continue as the slaves of bankers and pay the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create money and to control credit."

Sir Josiah Stamp, Director of the Bank of England

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Well if Britain disappeared i could call myself English and not hear calls of racist in the background.

Just having a rant to let off some steam after watching some politics interviews on the box  ... It is truly sad to have a proud nation of nice people brainwashed by the never ending independence

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4 hours ago, Minimalist said:

The claim that "most" of the oil fields are west of Shetland is quiet frankly nonsense and lies perpetuated by BP and other British Oil and Gas corporations to subvert and present an illusion of incongruity towards the Scottish governments right on marine resources. For your understanding the North Sea maritime area, latitude 55 degrees north, which is under the jurisdiction of Scots law constitutes 90% of Oil and Gas under Scottish jurisdiction. Under a Independent Scotland and for the purpose of truth here are the fields Scotland will have access to; Nevis, Beryl, Ness, Leadon, Berse, Glassell, Gryphon, Harding, Crawford, MacCulloch, Saltire, Highlander, Claymore, Scapa, Petronella, Captain, Blake, Ross, Tartan, Hamish, Rob Roy, Ivanhoe, Telford, Rubie, Renee, Buchan, Tiffany, Thelma, Donan, Balmoral, Blenhem, Galley, Scott, Nelson, Kappa, Alba, Fortries, Mallard, Montrose, Teal, Gannet, Guillemor, Carnoustie, Gannet, Arkwright, Marchar, Pierce, Banff, Heron, Curlew, Leven, Clyde, Fulmar, AUK, Janice, Medwin, Orion, Edda, Angus, Fife and Fergus. Not to mention, the Atlantic Oil has extensive reserves of oil and gas out there.

On the day of Independence Scotland will assert her maritime boundaries. So, if Orkney and Shetland want to go alone.... They can have it.

You obviously don't quite understand maritime boundaries, but to be honest I can't be bothered arguing with someone who just quotes the party line verbatim. 

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