If you read this, research it’s truth and STILL don’t like the SNP, I can only say “You are selfish and/or scared” EVERYTHING above is what the SNP Government provides for EVERY Scottish person. So next time you get paid, please look at the list above and TRY and understand how a Devolved Scotland is helping your bank account. So when you vote Tory or Blue Labour, understand the SNP are financially helping you, holding you up and supporting you. The lies will be believed, people will say things like “THE SNP SIDES WITH NAZI GERMANY IN THE 1930” as a pathetic time travelling ruse to make you dislike the SNP. Also Labour canvassers are TODAY telling people in Motherwell, pensioners in Motherwell that “If you vote SNP you WILL lose your Free bus pass” This is a Lie! This is one of many lies that the old might fall for again.

Forget the Unionist and Loyalist hater, they are gone and will vote against the SNP out of racist and sectarian thoughts filled with hate and blind love of all things Royal and Tory. I say again ‘NOT TILL FISCAL TROUBLES HIT YOUR POCKET WILL YOU CARE” and “NOT TILL ILLNESS OR DISABILTY HIT YOU OR LOVED ONES WILL YOU UNDERSTAND BEING IN SCOTLAND WITH THE SNP WILL HELP YOU”.

Who in Scotland can deny the truth of the list above? Do some research and do the right thing for SCOTLAND! Not your bank account or your faith in anything outside your own life. I know some who hate the SNP and tell lies, I know people who tell me “Shaun, Foodbanks don’t exist, it’s a lie” Some believe it to be true, some just don’t see suffering. Trust me; if the SNP scrapped all the fiscal help to ALL PEOPLE LIVING IN Scotland, people would change their tune. I am wasting my time here, but the list above, seriously read it and ask “Where do they help me” and also “If all this help from the SNP stopped, would it affect me” Also leave you with a document I was sent today by a friend. Take it as you see it, or ignore it blindly, selfishly or with hate. I want Scotland free for all our kids, for Scotland in 100 years from now when we are all dead. What about you? Even forget the SNP if you must and just think ‘What would a free Scotland be’ – And people are STILL falling for the Tory/Labour and Media lies 😦 Tragic it is


Learn from the past Scotland:

April 17th 2015: ‘UN Human Rights Chief’ Compares UK Media to Nazi Propaganda

September 16th 2014: Scotland – Why did you vote Yes or No? Did you have reason? Have you changed?

September 10th 2014: Scotland – We can’t be scared nor selfish, don’t be the Worlds joke!

September 19th 2014: Scotland Vote No In Referendum – Selfish, Scared People, Well Done!

July 13th 2014: Why We Can’t Be Selfish In This Vote Scotland

July 22nd 2015: Fascist State Westminster Establishment? – The List!!

February 19th 2016: The awful Social Media Impact on the Scottish Yes Movement

November 29th 2014: Ex BBC Business Editor Slams The BBC For Anti-Scottish Independence ‘Propaganda’






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Scotland Votes – 30 Second Scottish Election Manifesto Videos

5 voices = 5 key questions

5 voices = 5 key questions

All videos with questions below. Patrick Harvie – Green Party, Willie Rennie – Liberal Democrat, Ruth Davidson – Conservative, Kezia Dugdale – Labour Party and Scotland’s SNP leader and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon had 5 questions posed to them. 1. Education, 2. Our free National Health Service, 3. Why Scotland should or should not be in the UK, 4. Creating more jobs to improve the low figure of 170,000 unemployed that equates to 4% or 5% and lastly 5. How to further protect and improve Scotland’s amazing environment. Before the vote, remember the lies, and remember the ‘SNP give Scottish people free of charge what the 3 other Home Countries people sadly pay for, we get free prescriptions, got the new Queensferry Crossing, an end to bridge toll fees, free further education, the Council Tax freeze, an end to the Bedroom Tax and the near death of  (British Labour in Scotland) < That was from a Facebook friend Iain Moss and it would be good if we could educate further and TOTALLY make Scotland Yellow and retire some more liars who stole our freedom in 2014 by scaring 73% of over the 65’s, telling them they would lose their pensions or have reductions when this was not the case and all other lies. Reminder below of 2014 percentages as well as all 25 thirty second videos from all 5 leaders. Also to note the 3 biggest parties have female leaders, I love that. Remember the 2014 lies, but also remember we voted a political tsunami and painted Scotland SNP yellow by sending 56 SNP Politicians from Scotlands 59 London Westminster political seats in the 2015 UK Generel Elections. Lets get free Scotland, please watch and share the videos from all 5 Political party leaders below. Don’t mess up this time Scotland


2014 Referendum Results, 73% over 65’s voted Scotland to no vote




Blamed by SNP and Yes movement of lies

Patrick Harvie – Green Party

Willie Rennie – Liberal Democrat

Ruth Davidson – Conservative

Kezia Dugdale – Labour Party

Nicola Sturgeon SNP (Scottish National Party



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22% Rise of Scottish Students Finishing Higher Education

Education secretary Angela Constance

Education secretary Angela Constance

Again in Scotland we must be happy with this news. The SNP pay the Tory Bedroom tax for Yes and No voters. The SNP pay for all our prescriptions be us poor or rich in Scotland. We have no road or bridge tolls in Scotland. Scotland receives more than £1,600 extra per head than the English, exposing the massive benefits they enjoy by being part of the Union but devolved and with more fiscal control, with more to come. We Scot’s have a superb National Health service compared to our English and Welsh Brothers and Sisters sadly, a Scottish Police Force, we are free online with .Scot replacing .UK.Gov. Scotland is very lucky to have what others don’t. And the amazing thing is, a simple question “How much better would Scotland and Scottish people be when we are finally free from London austerity and cruelty?” We don’t have all we want YET, but it’s comingforth_bridge_scotland_cover_1I have English family/friends and I feel for them sometimes, poor and having to pay for Medication. Scotland we are in an AMAZING place and it’s only going to get better. Imagine our wealth had we voted Yes. The UK average spend per head is £8,788, but £1,364 more for each Scottish person. Those in living in the South East of England lose out the most. They get just £7,638 per head of public spending. Londoners, in contrast, have a healthy £9,435 splurged on them which the Treasury put down to the higher infrastructure and wage costs but we all know London has it better, anything below the Watford gap and most have it good. A breakdown of the different policy areas show that Scots enjoy £307 per head spent on housing, while the English get just £138. Scots also get more than twice as much spent on them than the English on economic development: £992 per head compared to English and Welsh £469. And we want more because it’s our right. Freedom is coming sooner than most think. I stopped believing this but when I realized it was coming fast, this is why I had to start writing again



THE numbers of students in Scottish colleges has fallen by 152,000 since 2007 but figures for those completing full-time higher education are at record levels.

Figures published yesterday by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) on college performance showed that in 2014-15, 23,717 students successfully completed higher courses, a rise of 22 per cent since 2008-09. However, the number of students in Scotland’s colleges has dropped by 152,000 since 2007. There were 226,919 students in 2014-15, compared to 379,233 in 2007-08.

Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning Angela Constance said: “2015 was a landmark year for Scotland’s young people. A record 34,775 Scots-domiciled students were accepted to university.

“School and college-leaver destinations have been very positive and figures in December showed youth employment at its highest August to October level since 2008. Compared to 2007, the number of learning hours delivered to students with a disability has increased considerably, as have the average hours of learning per student and learning hours leading to a recognised qualification. “We have also once again comfortably exceeded targets on student numbers. These figures suggest our reforms are working and more students successfully completed full-time courses leading to recognised qualifications.”

Teaching union the Educational Institute of Scotland warned the Scottish Government’s return to national bargaining in further education will fail unless Constance takes direct action to compel all colleges to sign up.

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NHS Scotland: Extra £100m to help cut numbers waiting to be discharged from hospital

Hospital: The money will be used to help patients get home sooner.

Hospital: The money will be used to help patients get home sooner.

By @ShaunyNews Via

Good news for Scottish people as the SNP pump more money into the Scottish National Health Service. With First Minister Nicola Sturgeon flat our refusing to allow the Scottish NHS to be privatised, this is two fingers to London who want to privatise the NHS with UKIPS and Nigel Farage saying a few days ago “Health Insurance is something we must come back to” The UK General Elections are crucial for Scotland. We must vote in Yes minded politicians and the one’s who support getting the ‘Edinburgh Agreement’ in full. Well done Westminster, they are squeezing every penny to help Scotland here. Links at the bottom as usual

A further £100m will be invested in the NHS over the next three years to help cut the numbers of people waiting to be discharged from hospital.

Ministers have said tackling the problem of delayed discharges is a top priority. The money will be used to help health boards and local authorities deliver care and support for people at home or in a similar setting. The move is aimed at preventing delays in discharge, as well as preventing admissions to hospital and attendances at A&E. It is hoped that, together, the measures will reduce pressure across the system.

Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport – Shona Robison MSP

Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport – Shona Robison MSP

Health Secretary Shona Robison said: “Tackling delayed discharge is an absolute key priority for this government and today’s announcement of £100m over the next three years is crucial to this effort. “Reducing delayed discharge not only helps individual patients, who benefit from getting home or to a homely setting as quickly as possible, but also helps ease pressure across the system.” Of the £100m funding package, £30m will be invested in 2015/16, while £35m will be allocated in 2016/17 and again in 2017/18.

The 2015/16 funding will come from Barnett consequentials, with the remaining £70m coming from subsequent health budgets.

Ms Robison added: “This is about far more than just investment, it forms part of the Government’s overarching commitment to implementing the integration of health and social care services across Scotland. “This will involve health boards working closer than ever with local government in a new relationship to deliver the right care to people in the right place at the right time. “It will also include a shared commitment to deliver on key issues, such as discharging patients within 72 hours of clinical readiness, and reducing the number of hospital admissions that are avoidable. “Today’s announcement builds on the significant progress made to devise new and innovative ways to improve the flow of patients through health and care services. “We will continue to support this work, together with our partners in the NHS and local government, to reshape the health and social care system as we work towards integration coming into force in April.”

A taskforce has been set up with council body Cosla to roll out the plans to tackle delayed discharge. Cosla’s health and well-being spokesman, Councillor Peter Johnston, said: “This is a timely investment from the Scottish Government – amidst a challenging operating environment for councils and health boards.” The funding announcement comes in a month when hospital accident and emergency departments came under considerable pressure due to high levels of demand, leading to extended waiting times in some places and the postponement of some planned medical procedures.

And on Monday, a council and health board were told to make urgent improvements in a bid to tackle the problem of bed-blocking. A joint inspection of services for older people said the performance of Fife Partnership – which includes Fife Council and NHS Fife – to ensure elderly patients are discharged when they are well enough to leave was “mixed”.


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