An appeal to my fellow Yes Supporters.

It’s been a tough couple of days, we were close to achieving a better Scotland, but we didn’t get there, yet were so close. We should all be proud of the work we have done, what we have achieved so far. And some of you may feel more demoralized after the First Minister announced he was stepping down in November, as I know a lot of activists were inspired by his example. But on Monday, we must dust ourselves off and organize. The scenes at George Square last night of Fascist Unionist bigots rioting, assaulting people, burning the saltire, throwing Nazi salutes everywhere, show that we are needed more than ever. We can not give legitimacy to these groups and allow them to poison the spirit of hope we have built up over these last 2 years.

We must now also organize against the Unionist parties who have already broken their ‘Vow’ as we predicted they would. There was supposed to be a motion in Parliament yesterday to begin the process of more devolution, it never happened, and the programme for more powers has already been blocked, the promise didn’t even last 24 hours. We must now show them that we will not forgive or forget this betrayal and will hold them to account on the streets, in meetings and at the Ballot box.

The Labour Party in Scotland has also broken their word, and must be brought down democratically, they represent no one anymore and are an utter disgrace. We must hold them to account by our activism and our votes and show them that Scotland will not be taken for granted anymore.

I therefore urge all of you to think about joining the SNP, SSP or Greens. And maybe also the Common Weal who is meeting soon to plan the next move. The Radical Independence movement is holding a conference on the 22nd November in Glasgow to organize and plan, so think about joining these groups. Join community groups, volunteer your time for political causes etc, don’t slip back into the shadows.

We the 45%, the 1.6 million who supported independence can not wait for a new Scotland anymore, we have to build it ourselves by organizing and getting active.

The democratic fight back starts now.

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imnothungover said: Apparently someone’s been stabbed. I’m moving there in two weeks. So angry and upset.

Kizzy, I am so incandescent with rage, shame and embarrassment. Fucking disgusting what is happening in Glasgow. Plus the Labour party has already broken their promises.

We have been fucking shafted royally.

(sorry for the rant)

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So Unionist Loyalists are burning the saltire, doing Nazi salutes and violently chasing away yes supporters from George Square in Glasgow.

Is this what we voted No for?

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BREAKING

Alex Salmond, First Minister of Scotland has stood down.

weweregods:

I have some twat on my facebook newsfeed complaining about the referendum result. He couldn’t be arsed to spare the five minutes and go and vote. I mean seriously?! The people who didn’t bother to vote yesterday should be absolutely fucking ashamed of themselves.

Shut up about…

Your opinion has been noted. Yet wasn’t asked for.

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ayeforscotland:

Miliband refuses Devo plans. Well done No voters.

You couldn’t make this up. The Labour Party will get there’s next year and in 2016. We will tear them down in Scotland.

ayeforscotland:

Miliband refuses Devo plans. Well done No voters.

You couldn’t make this up. The Labour Party will get there’s next year and in 2016. We will tear them down in Scotland.

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I have some twat on my facebook newsfeed complaining about the referendum result. He couldn’t be arsed to spare the five minutes and go and vote. I mean seriously?! The people who didn’t bother to vote yesterday should be absolutely fucking ashamed of themselves.

Shut up about the outcome, I don’t want to hear it. Didn’t vote, no opinion, end of story.

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I’m getting really uneasy and very angry actually, seeing the mounting evidence of ballot tampering at the counts across Scotland, which was caught by BBC and Sky cameras. I’m not saying there is some blanket conspiracy to ensure a NO victory. But it is absolutely unacceptable that such things were taking place, and not even queried.

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dr4gon1te:

weweregods yeah man, I have like 0 confidence that anything will get past tory backbenchers and the House of Lords, but regardless it doesn’t change the fact that the underlining story of the referendum is basically “William Hague to organise devolved powers for English Ministers” like no, fuck off, this is our time to mourn/shine, don’t shit all over our parade.

I predict that the plans will stall, or be watered down so much they are not worth implementing. This will cause real pressure against Westminster and could cause radical change up here. Also remember the possibility of an EU referendum. If Scotland is taken out of the EU against its wishes, then there will be a demand for a 2nd referendum and then we will leave to vote.

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So it looks like we are set to bottle our chance for independence. I could never answer how I would feel if this was the outcome.

Well now I can. I actually feel absolute shame and embarrassment. I am devastated.

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Seeing loads of NO votes change their minds before going to polls, and actually in the polling booth switching to yes. Example being my Grandad who changed his mind 30 minutes before going to vote. A lot of undecided swinging to yes aswell.

This could really happen.  

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Here is the Labour Party’s and Ed Milliband’s socially just Scotland within a socially just UK. Walking past and ignoring the homeless. I’m voting yes to try and end the disgrace of homelessness in a 21st century society. 
I think this picture speaks volumes of how bankrupt a party supposedly of the working class, has become.

Here is the Labour Party’s and Ed Milliband’s socially just Scotland within a socially just UK. Walking past and ignoring the homeless. I’m voting yes to try and end the disgrace of homelessness in a 21st century society. 

I think this picture speaks volumes of how bankrupt a party supposedly of the working class, has become.

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