I was spending a wee bit of time reading Hazel Lewry's blog specifically about the Treaty of Union. Very interesting and I get the impression that she is well clued up. In my opinion it confirms what I have always felt, if we wanted to, we could just walk away from the whole thing. Seems Ireland never paid any money way back into the coffers and considering what Scotland paid the treasury in oil revenue, why should we pay anything? Anyone reading the McCrone report realises we were and are still being lied to, and when they (westmonster) talk about the rule of law, they mean their law, English law. In Scots law the people are the law, not parliament.
I wonder, having watched Cameron in the last couple of months, he has realised this is in fact the situation and has decided to let the cards fall as they may, could be the least messy solution to a lot of problems, he should be in the position of knowing the real financial position, If he doesnt, if he is being lied to, there will have to be a big clearout of traitors, because that is what they are.
But a treaty can be walked away from by either party, that's the way treaties work, so how is the EU "treaties" so unbreakable, Where did the idea come from that EU law is above international law, wishful thinking and disinformation from the EU. That can be the only answer, and as an independent country, we are surely, as a sovereign country, within our rights to ignore all EU laws except those that apply to trade that we wish to take note of.
We decide who enters our country, and has residence, not the commissars of a fascist state.
Time this whole constitutional business saw the light of day, and an honest debate was had. If we did walk away, whose army are the going to send in? The English, a third to a half are probably Scots. The Germans? no one would put up with that. The Kermits? aye right. But remember that the EU is building, slowly but surely, a supranational 'police' force which can go into ANY EU country without asking permission first. I understand from reports that it numbers about 1800 and is armed.
It has been hinted that the amalgamation of Scottish police forces may well have been a 'suggestion' of the EU.