YES YES YES!!! THE YES HAVE IT! Scottish citizens will become Independent this coming week!


BBB Analytics polls confirm 60% will VOTE YES this week!

Fiona Sarwar, 31, lives in Coupar Angus, Perthshire. She was born in England to Scottish parents and moved back as a teenager. Previously undecided, she decided to vote Yes in February.

BP supports YES VOTE!!!!

Scotland – BP’s senior editor Alexander James is in Edinburgh tonight joining the massive YES VOTE in Scotland.

There Mr. James stood on Williams and Stanford Street drumming up massive support to a large audience for the YES Vote push for Scottish Independence.

BBB Analytics can now project the Yes VOTE is ahead with a 60% lead against the NO. With Gordon Brown, David Cameron, Nick Clegg, and Ed Miliband all coming together for the ‘NO’ side the environment with all the failed leaders has created something like setting kerosene being poured on fire for the YES VOTE TEAM!

James has now narrowed down his campaign message to the simple stump speech saying; “Choose YES as did the Americans in July 4th, 1776.”

“… VOTE YES and choose your own destiny – Yes like India did in 1947, which gave rise and independence to millions of Indians for their place in the world.

“Vote Yes like the South Africans decided in 1961 which changed the course of that nation for the better!

“…and Vote YES like we in the Bahamas did in 1973, which gave rise to the third most successful and prosperous democracy in Western Hemisphere…VOTE YES! YES! YES! YES!!!!”

With the sure win just ahead we invite the people of Scotland to MOVE FORWARD into their new day of Change!

YES! YES! YES! To Scottish Independence!

We report yinner decide! YES! YES! YES!

Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond meets with Scots and other European citizens to celebrate European citizenship and "Scotland's continued EU membership with a Yes vote" at Parliament Square in Edinburgh, Scotland, Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014. Opinion polls showing that the independence referendum in Scotland is too close to call have prompted widespread selling of the British pound. If the actual vote on Sept. 18 delivers a knockout blow to Scotland’s 307-year union with England, that selling could become even more pronounced as the United Kingdom is likely plunged into the biggest constitutional crisis in its history. The fate of the British pound, which has been one of the most tangible links of the union, will be front and center of the separation proceedings as it has been for the past few months during the cut and thrust of the campaign.