Most Scots didn’t support the rebellion of Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1745, because they thought it was hopeless.  Now they weep when they hear his name.  This leads me to conclude that they will vote no on independence today, then spend the next three hundred years in wistful, melancholy musing over what might have been.

2 thoughts on “WHITHER KINTYRE?

  1. Or passionately vote yes and spend she next hundred years bemoaning the fate of a nation that has political independence but not control of its own currency.

    • Not sure why it couldn’t establish it’s own currency — would it collapse if not connected to the British pound?

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