The Scottish Referendum – Declaration of Independence
Well, here it is, a Scottish Declaration of Independence, yes, you can simply declare it, this includes my speech (which will form the Preamble to the Declaration when I hand it over), so that those people unfortunate enough not to be there can, at least, see the full unedited document!
I will publish the accompanying Written Constitution (which will raise a few eyebrows even amongst my supporters!), At the week-end. MORE SOON!
These documents have been written to offer the people of Scotland (and the rest of the world), a better way forward. Remember, politicians are OUR civil servants, don’t let them dictate the terms (or you will be conned again), put these forward instead (or something similar), to be voted on in a referendum for final acceptance. See the Constitution for details of how that should be achieved. HAPPY READING!
I stand here today as the representative and spokesman of the sovereign men and women of Scotland gathered here before you, and also as the one responsible for originating our Declaration of Independence that I will make to you in a moment. In writing that Declaration of Independence I looked at many such documents and was inspired by the truth of them. The list I looked at included our own Declaration of Arbroath, but that document was submitted to an authority that is part of the controls that are placed on all of us. I also looked at the American Declaration of Independence, having also been inspired by many of the words of the early founding fathers of America. I looked too at the Palestinian Declaration and the State of Israel’s Declaration, as well as many others written over the centuries.
Therefore, having declared my influences and having found those earlier documents apposite to our own cause, I have learned from them and, coupled with words reflecting the collective views of the Scottish Sovereign people and my own personal knowledge, distilled an essence of them, yet retained enough of our truth to make a unique document that should stand testimony to the passion and wishes of our people today, a new kind of freedom for the 21st century and beyond.
Many of you may not know that such documents have been written, and any potential for enlightenment is suppressed by the limits imposed on us by our schools curriculum and the propaganda fed to us by the mass media, which is controlled by the same persons who would seek to deceive us at every turn. The depth of this deception is so far reaching, so wide in its scope, that many of you will simply not believe the extent of it. Complicit in this betrayal of the people, are those who were elected to protect them. This conspiracy is worldwide.
I will not speak more of the deception here, as this is something that will be revealed to you in the fullness of time, however it is enough for you to know that many people throughout history have warned us of the perils of our ignorance, yet we chose not to listen to them. For we are not all endowed with the equal potential for wisdom, yet some have listened and indeed heard those words and now we act in all consciousness upon them.
Some of the many people who tried to warn us were former US Presidents and Prime Ministers and other great men of history, including President Lincoln, President Kennedy, Benjamin Disraeli – a former British Prime Minister and so many others. The list runs to thousands, and you owe it to yourselves to seek the truth of these matters which directly affects everything you are and everything you do. As a direct consequence of our blind ignorance we allowed the private financiers to take over the institutions of our Nations.
Therefore, I owe a great debt of gratitude to those Statesmen who have gone before me, for their words of inspiration and the nobility and eloquence of the speeches they gave. I would urge you all, wherever you reside in the world, to read those speeches again and HEAR the wisdom of it.
I have also written the Draft Constitution document that accompanies the Declaration of Independence, which I give to the Scottish People for their perusal and consultation, with a view to voting on the acceptance of it at a later date, perhaps on the Anniversary of Scotland’s own historic 9/11. This document will enshrine our rights and our responsibilities and will offer us protection from a recurrence of a system such as we have now, where our laws are being subverted for the benefit of a few wealthy financiers who seek to enslave us and future generations of this planet.
My own path to this place has been a long and arduous one, like many people of history the path towards enlightenment is fraught with hardships and it’s usually in those moments of despair that something is revealed to you, and so it was with me. I could see the injustice that surrounded me, especially when my Wife and I along with our young family were evicted onto the street following a period of low wages and rocketing inflation. When you’re standing in that position, in a supposedly free democratic country, with rights apparently given to us by the United Nations, yet, with no help from a state that, seemingly, couldn’t care less, slow realisation began to form in my mind that perhaps something was wrong, if a neighbour is in trouble, we go their aid; we don’t throw them into the street. A corner was turned and a painful lesson was learned. From that moment I resolved to find out why I suddenly seemed to have no rights because I had the audacity to be poor!
So it is that I now stand before you, 38 years later and a whole lot wiser, representing similarly minded sovereign people, in order to state to you here the ‘TRUTH’ of our sworn Scottish Declaration of Independence and the importance of a written constitution.
Whatever your views on Independence for Scotland, I ask you to remember all those who died for freedom all over the world, for those freedoms were short lived for none of us are truly free today, we are all chained to the debts that our governments run up, and we are slaves to that debt. Not just today’s generation but for many generations to come, unless we act. For whilst the ordinary folk slave to pay those national debts, those politicians and our other public servants, whose duty is to protect us, are complicit in the deception and indeed, line their own pockets with the proceeds of their crimes against humanity.
In your heart you know that something is wrong with our systems of governance and our financial institutions, as I often hear people cry out for justice especially when it’s been denied them, for such is the great breadth of the deception that has been played on us all by these self-serving politicians and the other parasites that they foster relationships with, that the scale of this deception is truly global and affects almost all of the so-called ‘civilised’ world.
So it’s time to enter a bright new era, where there’s hope for us all, a new future free from all debt and where real justice and dignity for all can exist. But we need to grasp this opportunity now. Or the only people with a debt free existence will be those wealthy financiers who have enslaved us.
Join us in a peaceful, but loud voice that, tells the world that we the people of Scotland have had enough, we want to be free and make our country prosperous again, a country where the brains of the world will want to come, where a new enlightenment can begin and where we will have a country fit for an honest people.
I would also urge our English, Irish and Welsh neighbours to do the same and to declare themselves free people too, separate yourselves from your governments and the private banks that exert control over them and ultimately over you to, break the shackles that bind you and rise as rampant lions and sleep no more.
Before I go on to read the Declaration of Independence, I would like to finish in a long tradition of mine with a quote by a great statesman and former US President, Abraham Lincoln
“I am not bound to win, but I am bound to be true. I am not bound to
succeed, but I am bound to live up to what light I have. I must stand with anybody that stands right, and stand with him while he is right, and part with him when he goes wrong.”
Today I proudly stand with those who stand right, for I must stand with those who stand right, so then… hear our Proclamation on this the 700th Anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn, where Scotland’s freedom was won by the blood of her Sons, only to have that freedom sold by her corrupt politicians for English gold, nearly four centuries later.
Scottish Declaration of Independence
Whereas in the course of human affairs history has shown that it may become necessary for a people to dissolve the political and economic ties which have bound them to others, and
Whereas, in such event a respect for the opinions of mankind requires them to declare to other nations the causes which impel them to assume full responsibility for their own affairs:
We, The SOVEREIGN MEN AND WOMEN of Scotland, Do Hereby Declare: That, we are determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war and the corruption and deception of the Scottish people by those who would seek to control or govern us. At every stage of these oppressions we, the Sovereign People of Scotland, have petitioned for redress in the most humble terms: Our repeated Petitions have been answered only by recurring injury and treachery. A government and judicial system whose character is thus marked by acts which define Tyranny, is unfit to be the government of a free people. That we voted for Independence in a previous referendum and though a majority agreed, it was still denied us, thus making this Declaration today imperative; to highlight that treachery exists at every turn.
That it has become necessary to call for the secession and the establishment of a separate independent and sovereign free state of Scotland, in exercise of our right to self-determination and recalling the long struggles of our ancient ancestors and those of our fallen heroes, and now offer justice, freedom, equality, human dignity and political and economic emancipation, having resolved to establish a system of governance that upholds the rule of law, justice, democracy, human rights and respect for all.
That we can now succeed in our objectives because of those sacrifices of our fallen heroes and the long suffering of our people, and in the free will of those we speak on behalf of. For the rewards of our heroes and heroines lie in Scotland’s future and in the realization of a free people’s collective vision, and it is also in that future and in the realization of our vision. that we can begin to fulfil the dreams of so many. For this country, its institutions and its systems of law and governance, belongs to those people who inhabit it.
The land to the North of the British Isles is where the Scottish people were born, and where a Nation grew, developed and excelled. Nourished by an unfolding series of civilizations and cultures that came and went and inspired by a heritage rich in variety and kind, the Scottish people added to its stature by consolidating a union between itself and its English, Welsh and Irish neighbours, which was to our mutual benefit through two World Wars, that was to rob us all of an entire generation thanks to the scourge of the tyranny that we speak.
Thus, the Scottish people ensured for itself – by the industry of its diverse peoples and in a long and rich tradition – formed an everlasting union between itself, its land, and its history, an honourable tradition that continues to flourish today through the trade and invention of its remarkable people, despite those that would seek to destroy us through the use of deception, government controls and economic enslavement.
Our hearts are still heavy with some of the less lustrous memories of a history that, having resolved to overcome the treacheries of the past and face the future with a renewed sense of hope and in a spirit of forgiveness and reconciliation, we must be brave and wise enough to resist revisiting and instead we must embrace a more positive future. Forgiveness is the act of a merciful people and we must be lavish in our use of it. This should be combined with a period of new learning, so that the systems we devise to serve us do so as, we the people, would wish it.
We should never forget our past struggles, but, acknowledging the great sacrifices of our fallen will keep us consoled to be worthy of this new freedom and help us focus our energies on building a great new Nation, a Nation proud of its turbulent past, yet one which looks towards a future free from the shackles of indentured slavery that has fallen on us all. A Nation that will reflect the pride and achievements of its people, a Nation bound by the principles of economic and social advancement for all, a Nation through which the systems of sound governance and governed by the real consent of its people, will promote real freedom. But only if we don’t deviate away from the core objectives of our century’s long freedom struggle, or the sacrifices made by the many for us, will have been for nought.
We have stood resolute throughout that history, the Scottish people continued to forge its national identity, rising even to unimagined levels in its defence, as the threat of invasion, the design and greed of others, and the jealousy with which our oil and other national assets were eyed by Zionist bankers and usury agents and where financial powers sought to undermine and deprive the people of its political independence. Yet the undying connection between Scotland and its people secured for the land its character, and for the people its national genius.
In generation after generation, the Scottish people gave of itself unsparingly in the valiant battle for liberation around the world and in the heart of its homeland. There have been many rebellions in the heroic embodiment of our will for national independence, and now is the time for that struggle to prevail. Despite historical injustice inflicted on the Scottish people resulting in their dispersion through the Highland Clearances and other infamous historic injustices, and attempts by money men in depriving them of their right to self-determination at various times throughout history, then today is the time to ensure that for those National heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice, we honour them and ourselves by declaring the right of the Scottish people to their sovereignty.
For in the course of modern times, a new world order has been thrust upon us, by a hostile array of local and foreign powers and the Scottish people have subsequently been excluded from the destiny that should, rightly, belong to them, as yet again unaided justice has been revealed as insufficient to drive those usurious agents, private financiers, conglomerates and the complicit politicians and other tyrants from our lands.
So let us now recreate ourselves, let us find new ways, new thinking and be ready to learn in order to adequately meet the many new challenges that will lie ahead. We should not take anything for granted. Instead every challenge should be considered an opening for even greater opportunities and triumphs. We must also beware those unscrupulous people who would seek to reapply the slime of the old bureaucracies during this transitional period. We would seek to urge all of you to seize those opportunities when they come and accept the challenges of a much better future
For the people of Scotland have witnessed a long process which is destructive of those very precepts upon which our proud Nation has been built and now see those principles of Western democracy and responsible government corrupted by private financiers whose moral standards have pervaded all levels of our society. The people of Scotland must once again show the world, that whilst all that we cherished has become soiled by the dirty hands of a worldwide financial tyranny, that we can act to remove those people that shame us and restore faith in our ability to act as a responsible and trustworthy Nation.
The people of Scotland fully support their devolved government in their claim for sovereign independence but have witnessed the consistent refusal of the Government of the United Kingdom to accede to their entreaties; That the Government of the United Kingdom having thus demonstrated by their continual use of deception and propaganda, that they are not prepared to grant sovereign independence to Scotland, thereby persisting in maintaining an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us.
Now Therefore, We The Sovereign People of Scotland, in humble submission to the creator of the Universe, Almighty God who controls the destinies of all peoples and nations, the Supreme Judge of the Universe, do, in the Name, and by the Authority of the Sovereign People of Scotland and by this proclamation, solemnly publish and declare, that Scotland is and of Right, Free and Independent; that it’s Absolved from all Allegiance to the British Crown, and the global legal trade, that all political and economic connection between Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom’s of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, is and ought to be totally dissolved; and that as a Free and Independent people, they have full Power to levy War, conclude Peace, contract Alliances, establish Commerce, and to do all other Acts and Things which Independent States may of right do, so that the dignity and freedom of all men may be assured; thus we adopt, enact and give to the people of Scotland this Scottish Declaration of Independence and the Draft Constitution annexed hereto. Now bound by our sworn oath, we mean to stand by this Scottish Declaration of Independence and its Constitution. For if our government should give up what we have begun, and agrees to make us or our kingdom subject to the Monarchy or Parliament of the United Kingdom or force us to become members of some other Union, then, we should exert ourselves at once to drive them out as our enemy and a subverter of our rights, and make some other man who was well able to defend us our Leader; for, as long as but a hundred of us remain alive, never will we on any conditions be brought again under foreign rule. It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours that we act, but for freedom — for that alone, which no honest man gives up but with life itself.
God save the People of Scotland
Given Under Our Hand on the 700th Anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn, Signed at Bannockburn on this the 24th day of June in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Fourteen
Elected Leader of the Scottish Sovereign People
Elected Deputy Leader of the Scottish Sovereign People
The Signatories and seals of one hundred sovereign men and women of Scotland.
Note the piece below
By contrast, the “declarative” theory defines a state as a person in international law if it meets the following criteria: 1) a defined territory; 2) a permanent population; 3) a government and 4) a capacity to enter into relations with other states. According to declarative theory, an entity’s statehood is independent of its recognition by other states. The declarative model was most famously expressed in the 1933 Montevideo Convention.
Article 3 of the Montevideo Convention declares that statehood is independent of recognition by other states. In contrast, recognition is considered a requirement for statehood by the constitutive theory of statehood.