SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE REFERENDUM NEWS
If you arrived at our website purely to visit our Braveheart Museum, and have no interest in the modern-day struggle for Scottish Independence, now reaching its climax, please skip this bit and read on further down the page.
Some of you may have realised that the mainstream media (BBC TV & radio, most newspaper coverage) isn't telling the whole truth where the September 2014 referendum on Independence is involved. If you are seeking information on what is actually happening on the ground in the Referendum campaigns, and seek a balance of information to help you make up your mind as a voter, start by having a look at the websites below. If you then feel like doing your bit to ensure we create a better Scotland in the future, please tweet and share links to these websites, blogs and movies, as widely as possible:-
Wings Over Scotland | Newsnet Scotland | Bella Celedonia | Derek Bateman Blog | BBC Scotlandshire (Satire Warning)
Business for Scotland | Independence March September 2013 Movie
I recently started a Blog at YesBraveheart , and will be adding information as the weeks and months go, to set what is happening in Scotland today in the context of how we have arrived at this crucial moment in history. It starts off on a personal basis, by way of explaining where my own journey to voting YES for Independence started.
The YES campaign is a grass-roots campaign being organised and assisted by thousands of people across Scotland and beyond, of all poltical parties (and none), and from all ages and walks of life. Therein lies its strength, and why it will win, despite all the power of the British State working against it.
Scotland IS going to vote YES on 18th September 2014, but it is important that all who have Scotland's best interests at heart step forward and do whatever each of us can to ensure the outcome that will benefit future generations in Scotland.
YES Scotland have just launched the crowd-funding "Support the community campaign for Scottish independence" drive to raise a further £15,000 to help local campaigns. See more at: http://bloomvc.com/project/Support-a-Yes-vote-for-Scottish-independence#sthash.I0zDL7td.dpuf
It has got off to a great start. You pay by PayPal, and can effectively sponsor (and get your name tweeted) the hire of halls for gatherings etc. You can contibute as little as £3 ($2, Euro 2.50). Be part of history.
It is great that the Crowdsource financing of the Scotland Yet movie reached the target of £20,000 by 18th November, 2013.
For a wee feel of what is happening on the ground now all over Scotland with the respective YES and NO campaigns, watch this short film on YouTube.