Why Scotland will not have a fair Independence referendum. The Scottish media, largely controlled by Westminster, seem unable to report any of the GCHQ Snowden leaks. The English government was so concerned for national security they banned press reporting of the leaks within 48 hours. It seems this had more to do with protecting British businesses who appear to have been and complicit and may even have profited from selling our data to GCHQ and NSA. It has been revealed that GCHQ has access to our banking and medical records, think this may not be a big deal?, but consider your data has value, it’s value is decreasing. http://tacma.net/
We know GCHQ hacked Blackberries at G20 conference, Scottish MSPs will not admit to using ministerial Blackberries, but if you email an MSP, many have limited technical skills and will not remove the ‘sent from my Blackberry©’. So we know they use them, we can also assume GCHQ will be monitoring all calls and emails made by MSPs. Thus leaving Scottish Ministers vulnerable to blackmail from whomever.
We also know the NSA has planted it’s employees across communications and businesses, so we could assume GCHQ have employees in working businesses here in Scotland, we know they operate at Edinburgh University.
Why then is the Scottish media paying attention to a D notice issued by William Hague gagging the press over the Snowden affair?
Does the government in Scotland have any real power? Does the Alcohol industry run Scotland?
Dealings between Scottish Government and lobbyists should be video streamed online so the public is fully aware of how our country is being sold off and how MSPs profit.
The heroin and methadone industry makes millions of dollars for American drug companies at the expense of Scottish youngsters, Scotland doesn’t even own its own drug problem. Scottish MSPs allow this and and probably have a share in those profits. Scottish politicians have a long history of treachery against the Scottish people, but I have a feeling that is about to change, secrets are becoming redundant, especially in governments.