Obama did his bit for Cameron by interfering in the 2014 Independence referendum
In a public address Barack Obama said:
“The interest of the US in the Scottish independence referendum issue is to ensure the United Kingdom remains a strong, robust, united and effective partner”.
The day before the referendum he tweeted:
“The UK is an extraordinary partner for America and a force for good in an unstable world. I hope it remains strong, robust, and united.”
An Aberdeen first time voter – Duncan Forbes – wrote to Obama taking him to task over his interference in the referendum
Duncan was incensed by Obama’s ill-advised and inappropriate intervention and wrote to him.
From: Duncan Forbes
To: Political Barack Obama
Hello Mr President.
I write this correspondence both in anger and disbelief. You allowed yourself to be duped by what has transpired to be a Westminster orchestrated BBC criminal partisan piece of bad journalism.
It may even have made you an accessory to a crime.
If I or any other Scotsman had dared to interfere in any U.S. plebiscite, you would be justifiably angered and offended.
If I had suggested that I should be allowed to purchase another country lock stock and barrel for a court accepted £20,000 sterling, to be distributed amongst standing politicians or representatives so as to secure the parliamentary vote in my favour, your country, the community of nations and the U.N. would be up in arms, probably threatening military reprisals and sanctions, etc.
Well, Mr President, that’s exactly what Lord Gillingham of Westminster did.
He paid the Duke of Queensberry that odious sum of money which against the current rate of exchange becomes £240,000. Which when divided equates to less than tuppence a Scot.
Lord Archibald Campbell’s share was £1,100 and Scottish lord Lord Banffshire’s contribution was a derisory £11 and 2 shillings.
A financial transaction all of which was illegal under Scot’s law and morally wrong under any court in the world.
Our national bard “Robert Burns” nailed it in verse several times “sic parcel o rogues in a nation” and “chains and slavery”.
It beggars belief that you, as a black man who has fought like your forefathers to be all you can be, striving for equal rights, race laws, equal opportunities, the million man march, a seat on the bus, and finally the presidency are backing the continued illegal Westminster governance of Scotland.
With the shortest life expectancy in the British isles, the smallest average wage, highest cancer rates, the hardest working race, and the greatest contributor per head to their coffers.
The English cleared millions of Scots off their land and shipped them to the colonies (sounds familiar) and only stopped when the army needed Scottish soldiers to fight their wars in the US!!
Surely you, a black man and President of the US cannot justify your actions supporting England’s regime suppressing and controlling another race for personal gain? Your electorate will have its say on the matter.
So I ask, is this what you want to be in bed with?
Will your wife and kids respect you more or less for this?
How many “Macs” are on your country’s boards?
How much corporate sponsorship will you possibly lose?
As a black man in power, how could you live with yourself?
You have fallen a great distance in my eyes, remember the audit trail and facts as you look in the mirror.
As you kiss your wife and kids good night, will they have the same pride in their eyes when they find out?
Well, will they?
Think about it!
I am a descendent of one of the “one hundred” who signed our “declaration of independence” in Arbroath and I defy anyone or anything to tell me to live under Westminster rule.
4 thoughts on “A young Aberdonian telt President Obama where tae get aff for interfering in the 2014 Independence referendum”
It should be circulated to all current leaders of the Western World … for future reference.
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And that is exactly why the apparatus of the British State, the Police and the Prosecution Services pursued Alex Salmond in an attempt to jail him.
Ditto Mark Hirst, Manny Sing, Craig Murray and others. It is all part of the undercover strategies developed and implemented by Brig Gen Sir Frank Kitson in his books Gang and Counter Gangs, Low Intensity Operations, the Bunch of Five. ( Faber and Faber – legacy reprints )
Active in Malaya, Cyprus and latterly head of the military in Northern Ireland in the early 70s, Kitson expands on his experiences and strategies for retaining colonies and fighting independence movements. Controlling the media, creating your own media, using counter gangs, using the law of the land to jail political opponents his books are about the strategies to be deployed below “ symmetrical warfare “
Read the books which were redacted for 30 years from all lists, libraries and public availability and you will make sense of what is going on around you, why the independence campaign and SNP wheels have come off, and why as I say Salmond et al had the difficulties they did.
And realise too that the deep state security apparatus will kill. Thirty years ago SNP activist and lawyer Willie McRae died in the most mysterious of circumstances. Found shot in a remote area it is widely acknowledged that he was killed by security services after they became aware that he had information about the paedophile ring at the heart of Thatchers government that he was going to expose. The night he died, and just hours before he set off to his West Coast Highland cottage, he had said at an SNP meeting in Glasgow that he had the evidence to bring down the government – and despite being in great spirits was dead later that evening on his road north, with his briefcase papers missing.
Across the water in NI there have also been state killings. Human rights lawyers Pat Finnucane and Rosemary were both killed shot through the activities of shadowy security service the Force Research Unit run by a Brigadier Kerr. No one in that unit, despite overwhelming evidence in their involvement has ever been brought to justice.
These are all things the British State does. It is a vile, vicious coloniser. Little different save for a bit more discrete than it was when it retained colonies all over the world. The independence movement in Ireland certainly understands it enemy. We would do well to understand our enemy too.
Democracy in Scotland is no democracy at all. But if we can all realise that we are colony then truly we can do something about it. 2014 was a mass movement that in 2014 despite all of the odds, ran them close and the establishment know it.
We can do it again, but this time win.
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I agree with all that you wrote. Next time we must not fail.
Well what else can one expect from a President who authorised the extrajudicial killing by drone of, amongst others, an innocent American teenager.