The British state is once again in a bit of a panic. After the desperate ignominy of Project Fear, the name given by its architects and practitioners to the British state’s campaign of fear against the prospect of the Scottish people voting for independence last year, we’re seeing something of a re-run play out in the media and among the establishment.
So what’s the threat now? Violent revolution? I wish. Tartan terror at the gates of the City of London? Unfortunately not. The grave threat that has got the Union’s ruling classes so discombobulated is, wait for it, the mere prospect of the Scottish people voting a certain way, the wrong way, in an election. Talk about exposing the limits of liberal democracy.
Yes, the SNP is predicted to almost completely wipe Labour out come May 7. Those who made the case for the retention of the Union…
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