The Scottish Secession Vote, Election Fraud, and Secession

by Al Benson

Well, the vote on Scotland’s secession from the United Kingdom has come and gone, and has gone pretty much as I expected. I could not honestly picture England letting Scotland go, but it had to at least look like a legitimate vote and so, as with American elections, they went through the charade.

I have read several accounts of how there was vote fraud in this secession vote, how lots of “yes” votes ended up on the “no” side of the column, and what I have read is plausible enough that, let’s just say, I don’t doubt it. The One World Ruling Elite didn’t want this to happen so it didn’t. However you look at it, though, 45% of the Scottish voters, at least (and maybe more) voted for secession. That’s a pretty good chunk of the population.

As far as vote fraud goes though, England has a long way to go before they will match some of what we have done in this country. We are the nation where the dead resurrect every election day and they vote early and often. Our last two presidential elections had such creative voting that they will have to go down in history as among the most creative elections known to man. I’ve often wondered how, in 2012, Obama got 140% of the vote in some places and 100% of it in many other places. Almost no Romney voters many places north of the Ohio river I guess. I have also wondered why the Republicans never seemed to have any problems with those numbers, but, then, if you can manage to steal ten states off Ron Paul so your weak sister, Romney, can get in there and lose to Obama then I guess nothing surprises you anymore. But, 140% of the vote some places and the Republicans never complained above the roar of a church mouse! That says something to me and it should to you. It’s called “creative voting.” Sounds like the kind of numbers that would be part of a “Commie Core” math problem. How can 140% of anything be 100%? And after the kid gives an answer the teacher says “he might have gotten it wrong but he gave a beautiful explanation as to how he got his answer, and besides, he only missed the right answer by 20!” But I digress.

But the Scottish vote will give you some inkling of how future secession votes will go, even in this country. They will go the same way our presidential races go–even if a candidate ends up with 75% of the vote, if he is not the right candidate, then his opposition will win with 25%.

But secession is an issue that just won’t go away. From time to time it rears its head and scares the living daylights out of the Establishment, and the numbers are increasing. When I first started talking about secession back when we lived in Illinois about nineteen years ago people laughed in my face. They thought the idea was ridiculous and told me so in no uncertain terms. A poll at that time revealed that about 9% of the public would be open to secession–and given 150 years of anti-secession propaganda posing as history, I thought even that was pretty good.

Since then there has been a close secession vote in Quebec and parts of several other countries, notably Spain recently, want to secede. There seems to be a growing opposition in many areas to being part of a Leviathan state, even if it is not the world’s biggest Leviathan. People feel their cultures, their identities, and their heritages all tend to get lost when they are part of the Leviathan state and they don’t want to lose all that. And I can’t blame them. I don’t want the various parts of this country to lose their cultural distinctives either. We should not all be just one huge glob of “pop culture.” That’s what the elites want us to be and we should resist that, especially since their pop culture leaves no place for the Christian faith or any place for any cultural differences between Yankees and Southern folks or between Northeasterners and Westerners. The present Regime here is trying to squeeze all of us into a “one size fits all” mentality. Again, we should resist.

Last evening someone sent me an article from Reuters in England. The title of it was “Exclusive: Angry with Washington, 1 in 4 Americans open to secession.” The article noted, in part, “Some 23.9% of American polled from Aug. 23 through Sept 16 said they strongly supported or tended to support the idea of a state breaking away, while 53.3%…strongly opposed or tended to oppose the notion. The urge to sever ties with Washington cuts across party lines and regions, though Republicans and residents of rural Western states are generally warmer to the idea than Democrats and Northeasterners, according to the poll…others said long-running Washington gridlock had prompted them to wonder if their states would be better off striking out on their own…”

And some folks are starting to wake up. Some favor secession because they are starting to realize that, no matter which party is in office, nothing gets done and the agenda doesn’t seem to change all that much. Although most of these folks don’t yet realize it, they are beginning to ascertain that both parties are controlled by one elite cabal and nothing will change until that changes. One man said “I have totally, completely lost faith in the federal government, the people running it, whether Republican, Democrat, independent, whatever.”

Interestingly, secession sentiment was highest in the Southwest, where 34.1% of poll respondents backed the idea. So 34% in the West would support secession. That’s a big jump from 9% almost 20 years ago. Given the One World socialist worldview of those that control both major parties, if they continue on their present course for another 20 years, what percentage will favor secession at that point?

Of course by that time they may figure they will have the country all sewed up and potential resistance all taken care of–and I don’t doubt, with all that ammunition the feds have bought, they will try. But what if they can’t–quite? What if the Lord won’t let them pull it off–quite? There are some folks out here that are praying to the Lord that He will restrain their enemies and His from doing all they want to do. If you believe in the power of prayer, then why not join us?

6 thoughts on “The Scottish Secession Vote, Election Fraud, and Secession

  1. On the eve of the Scottish vote, one of the leaders of the yes for independence team in an interview said that if they won, they intended to move Scotland towards more SOCIALISM. Seems like heads you win tails you klose!

    • Erik,
      Someone else had contacted me and told me the same thing. I replied to him that I was aware that the Scottish National Party, the ones pushing for secession were to the left. Naturally I don’t agree with that position, but my main concern was that someone, anyone, be able to secede because it would have set a precedent showing that it could be done and if a country on the left could do it, why not a country on the right (if such even exists anymore)?

      With the world going the way it is right now, our side doesn’t win too many. After 45 years of doing what I have been doing I can count the times we have won over the leftists literally on the fingers of one hand. I don’t expect to live to ever see it get any better, yet in the Lord’s providence, what we do now will have consequences even if we are not here to see them.

      Alot of good Christian folks in the South died during the War of Northern Aggression and we might be tempted to think that was all for nothing. I don’t think it was and the fact that 150 years later there are still Confederate and secessionist groups out there proclaiming the truth is a testimony to the fact that the folks 150 years ago didn’t do it all for nothing. Even though it doesn’t look like it right now, the Lord still is in control of it all and He will use our efforts and the efforts of many others for His glory and for the vindication of the truth when He feels the time is right.

  2. The Scottish National Party is a pro Eu socialist party, the Quebec nationalists are also socialists. Neither really wants freedom because they want somebody to “keep them in the lifestyle to which they have become accustomed” to borrow divorce terminology. In the case of Quebec, they may want to assert a stronger national identity, but the SNP wants to continue with the multi-culti experiment. I doubt even if the Scottish had voted for independence in the referendum that they would have gone through with it. They’re plan was to join the Eu anyway, so how independent could they be?

    Here’s a link to some maps showing poll results from before the referendum:

    You’ll see that “no” won everywhere except in districts that voted Labour and the areas that voted Conservative were the strongest “no.”

    Until you have social and economic independence, you can’t have political independence. Changing sugar daddies isn’t independence.

    34% of the SW favors secession? Could “Azatlan” be influencing those results?

    It would be interesting to poll native Southerners on their views of secession and hear what they would want if able to secede.

  3. I realize that the Scottish National Party were somewhat to the left politically and that the same could be said for the people in Quebec, and the people in Vermont that are pushing for that state to secede are on the left also.

    I agree, it would be nice to get a native Southern perspective on the question. It was interesting that the sources I checked out did not mention secession all that much in regard to the South.

    My concern was not so much whether the secession folks were on right or left but had they been successful it would have set a precedent for secession and would have made it that much more difficult for people to say “No, you can’t do that” because someone would have just done it.

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