Scotland the free and brave.

In Jewish run UK true human talent is not exploited or rewarded, but frowned upon. Careful social engineering destroys the wider society.


Elvis Presley had Scottish origins.

Scotland would be the 6th richest country in the world if it had INDEPENDENCE

The revenue from Scotland's oil, over the last several years, amounts to £3.48 trillion.

Over the past 30 years, Scotland has produced more oil than Dubai and Abu Dhabi combined.

Over the past 30 years, Scotland has produced almost as much oil per capita as Saudi Arabia.

Uncle Sam was Scottish.

There is still a lots of oil off the coast of Scotland.

Half the oil is still to come

(SCOTTISH OIL RESERVES EXCEED ESTIMATES / 60% INCREASE IN ESTIMATES OF UNTAPPED OIL .../ Scotland's true oil wealth was hidden to stop independence.)

Each year in Scotland, tourists spend £4.5 billion.

Scotland's whisky exports are worth around £4 billion a year.

Scotland has 8.4% of the UK population, but in 2009-2010 paid 9.4% of the UK tax revenue.

The Scottish government has had budget surpluses, while the London government has been getting ever deeper into debt.

What does the Jewish media say?

According to Melanie Phillips, Jewish journalist and friend of subsidised Israel, "The only way to save the United Kingdom is to stop throwing cash at the Scots."

The Scots, who are a mixture of races, are said to rule the world.

So, what have the Scots ever done for us? (The Independent)

Scotland has produced huge numbers of famous thinkers:

Adam Smith author of The Wealth of Nations.

Sir William Paterson who thought up the idea of the Bank of England.

Kirkpatrick Macmillan who invented the bicycle.

Davy Crockett was Scottish

Thomas Telford who designed some of Britain's most famous canals.

Andrew Carnegie, billionaire steel magnate, who built New York's Carnegie Hall.

Glasgow chef Ali Ahmed Aslam who invented chicken tikka masala.

James Clerk Maxwell, a Scot, was one of the world's top scientists. He identified and wrote the equations of the electromagnetic field. That made possible the mobile phone, satellite communications, radio and television.

More famous Scots:

Admiral Thomas Cochrane who was commander of the Chilean navy.

Sir James Simpson who invented chloroform.

James Maxwell who invented colour photography.

Dr Henry Faulds invented fingerprinting.

John Napier invented logarithms.

Dolly the Sheep was invented in Edinburgh.

Life expectancy in some parts of Scotland, such as Calton in Glasgow, is lower than in India. Scotland's wealth is stolen by the rich elite in London.

More famous Scots:

Peter Pan was invented in Scotland by J M Barrie.

Alexander Bain invented the fax machine.

Sir Thomas Lipton invented the World Cup.

Alexander Cummings invented the flush toilet.

George Cleghorn discovered that quinine could cure malaria.

Robert watson-Watt, the inventor of radar, was Scottish.

Scotland invented golf.

Scotland invented gospel singing which led to black gospel music.

More famous Scots:

James Braid was the first, in recent centuries, to experiment with hypnotism.

Alexander Wood invented the hypodermic syringe.

James Watt developed a way of making steam engines efficient, to speed trains along.

Sir David Brewster invented the kaleidoscope.

William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, invented the Kelvin Scale.

King James, of the King James Bible, was Scottish.

Lachlan Rose invented Lime Cordial.

Robert Louis Stevenson and Captain Kidd were Scots.

Alexander Fleming was Scottish.

More famous Scots:

Dick and Mac McDonald who invented McDonald's burgers were of Scots descent.

Robert Watson-Watt developed the magnetron which has led to the microwave.

James Young discovered that by using heat you could distil coal to make paraffin.

Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin.

John Broadwood is credited with developing the piano foot-pedal.

John Boyd Dunlop invented the pneumatic tyre.

James Watt was the first to use a propeller, applied to a steam engine, on board ships.

Robert Watson-Watt invented radar.

Charles Macintosh invented the macintosh.

James Watt was Scottish

More famous Scots:

William Cullen invented the refrigerator.

Elvis's ancestors came from Aberdeenshire.

Dr John Harvey Kellogg, who invented cornflakes, was of Scottish origin.

James Nasmyth invented the power-driven hammer.

William Ged invented the stereotype, a type of printing plate.

John McAdam invented tarmacadam.

Alexander Bell invented the telephone.

Davy Crockett came from Scotland.

Scotsman John Boyd Dunlop invented the inflated rubber tyre.

More famous Scots:

John Logie Baird was the first person to publicly demonstrate a working television system.

Samuel Wilson, America's Uncle Sam, was from Scotland.

John Paul Jones founded America's navy.

Thomas Jefferson was one of 23 American presidents with Scottish or Scots-Irish origins.

Sir James Dewar invented the vacuum flask.

Lord Kelvin, a Scot, played key roles in everything from thermodynamics and electric lighting to transatlantic telecommunication and the age of the Sun.

List of some Scottish Enlightenment thinkers

Robert Adam (1728-1792) architect

James Anderson (1739-1808) agronomist, lawyer, amateur scientist

Joseph Black (1728-1799) physicist and chemist, first to isolate carbon dioxide

Hugh Blair (1718-1800) minister, author

James Boswell (1740-1795) lawyer, author of Life of Johnson

John Logie Baird was Scottish

Thomas Brown (1778–1820), Scottish moral philosopher and philosopher of mind; jointly held the Chair of Moral Philosophy at Edinburgh University with Dugald Stewart

James Burnett Lord Monboddo (1714-1799) philosopher, judge, founder of modern comparative historical linguistics

Robert Burns (1759-1796) poet

Alexander Campbell (1788-1866) founder of the Restoration Movement

George Campbell (1719-1796) philosopher of language, theology, and rhetoric

Sir John Clerk of Eldin (1728-1812) prolific artist, author of An Essay on Naval Tactics; great-uncle of James Clerk Maxwell

William Cullen (1710-1790) early medical researcher and chemist

Adam Ferguson (1723-1816) considered the founder of sociology

James Hall, 4th Baronet (1761-1832) geologist, geophysicist

Henry Home, Lord Kames (1696-1782) philosopher, judge, historian

David Hume (1711-1776) philosopher

Francis Hutcheson (1694-1746) philosopher of metaphysics, logic, and ethics

James Hutton (1726–1797) founder of modern geology

Sir John Leslie (1766-1832) mathematician, physicist, investigator of heat (thermodynamics)

John Millar (1735-1801) philosopher, historian, historiographer

John Playfair (1748-1819) mathematician, author of Illustrations of the Huttonian Theory of the Earth

Alexander Graham Bell was Scottish

Thomas Reid (1710-1796) philosopher, founder of the Scottish School of Common Sense

William Robertson (1721-1793) one of the founders of modern historical research
Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832)

William Smellie (1740-1795) editor of the first edition of Encyclopædia Britannica

Adam Smith (1723-1790) whose The Wealth of Nations was the first modern treatise on economics

Dugald Stewart (1753-1828) moral philosopher

John Walker (naturalist) (17310-1803) Natural History Professor

James Watt (1736-1819) student of James Black; engineer, inventor (Watt steam engine)