Let us not be fooled by the lies about 9 11, Ukraine, ISIS or anything else.

Fortunately, there are whistleblowers, such as Martin Gilbert.

Martin Gilbert

Aberdeen Asset Management is the largest fund manager in Europe, managing £350 billion.

It operates across 33 offices in 25 countries.

Martin Gilbert, the boss of Aberdeen Asset Management says that an independent Scotland will be a 'big success'.

He dismisses suggestions that a Yes vote will harm the economy.

Martin Gilbert is of course correct.

The shitty American company ASDA (owned by Walmart) threatens the people of Scotland with higher prices, if they vote for independence.

It has been pointed out that Aldi and Lidl operate in over 35 Country's with different currencies and tax systems and yet still manage to sell food in the UK 10% cheaper than ASDA.

Only a fool would shop in Asda.


Martin Gilbert says that a currency union with the UK is 'highly likely'.

He also says that if London was to refuse a currency union, a refusal by Scotland to share the London government's debt would be a shrewd move.

Sir Angus Grossart, chairman of Noble Grossart merchant bank, is also a whistleblower.

Grossart suggested in the Financial Times that the impact of the referendum on the markets had been "severely overstated".

The top economist John Kay (above) writes in the Financial Times:

Would an independent Scotland be economically viable? 

Not an issue. Scotland ... is the richest UK region outside London and the southeast.

How does the economy differ from that of the rest of the UK? 

Scotland remains strong in ... insurance and asset management. Tourism, and premium food and drink - whisky but also products such as Aberdeen Angus beef and seafood - are important. And the North Sea oil industry has helped establish a strong energy services sector.

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John Kay writes in the Financial Times:

Who would then be lender of last resort?

Royal Bank of Scotland ... might redomicile its head office to London - where the critical executive functions are already located.

(RBS is already owned by the London government, and 90% of its customers are outside Scotland. RBS says it is not planning to move its Scottish staff and Scottish operations to London.)

Scotland’s budgetary position? 

An independent Scotland would surely inherit a pro rata share of the UK’s budget deficit and outstanding debt (although the government in Westminster will remain guarantor of the existing debt)...

Would an independent Scotland emulate the economic dynamism of some (but not all) other small European states? ...

(Did the Scots invent most things?)

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