Referendum Folly: Sowing the Seeds of White Revolution?

Max Musson
Western Spring
September 22, 2014


In my earlier article on the referendum on Scottish independence, I pointed out that the leaders of the three main establishment parties in the UK as well as the Scottish National Party (SNP) are all enthusiastic supporters of the European Union (EU) and that as a long-term aim of the EU is the dismemberment of the member states into small regions, Scotland being one such region, any ‘tears’ shed over the break up of the UK were evidently ‘crocodile tears’ and not at all genuine.

I wrote about how there had never been an overriding need to hold a referendum, that the terms of the referendum had been deliberately framed in such a way as to maximise the likelihood of a ‘Yes’ vote, and that in my opinion, the ‘No’ campaign had been deliberately lack-lustre and intentionally designed to fail.

My belief was that the independence of Scotland had be engineered as a first step towards the dismemberment of the UK and that following a ‘Yes’ vote for Scottish independence, there would follow a clamour in Northern Ireland, Wales and Cornwall for independence and that the such moves would also pave the way for England to be divided into the nine designated European regions, thus completing the planned irrevocable integration of the whole British Isles into the grand European plan.

Why then, one might ask, did the ‘No’ campaign, the ‘Better Together’ campaign go into overdrive during the last two weeks of the referendum campaign, why did the ‘big beasts’ of the establishment parties suddenly campaign so passionately to save the Union, and why did the mass media run such an energetic smear campaign against pro-independence groups during those final days?

Furthermore, why was there such relief and jubilation within the media and among the British establishment when the votes had been counted and a majority had voted against independence and in favour of a continuation of the Union? Surely these factors serve to undermine my earlier premise?


These factors do undermine my earlier premise, but only to the extent that our corrupt establishment had a distinct preference for a vote in favour of independence. In fact, developments since the referendum have revealed that there was no strong preference either way. What was important as far as their machinations of our pro-EU establishment were concerned, was that there should be a referendum, that it should be closely run and passionately argued, that it should enflame passions among the Scots for independence, and that it should re-open the issue and enflame passions for the devolution of powers from Westminster to assemblies in the pre-determined Euro-regions into which it is hoped the UK will eventually be broken up.

Had the Scots voted for independence, then a step towards the dismemberment of the UK along lines advocated by the EU would have been achieved, and indeed a momentum towards the further break-up of the UK would have been achieved as I had earlier predicted.

That the Scots have been promised more powers in order to induce them to stay within the UK, now means that the Northern Irish assembly and the Welsh assemblies will also want similar powers and the existence at Westminster of Scots and before long Welsh and Irish MPs, who will have the power to govern their ‘regions’ independently, while at the same time exercising influence over purely English affairs will re-ignite the ‘West-Lothian question’ and we have already seen a number of influential politicians calling for the establishment of English ‘regional assemblies’ with similar powers to those now promised to Scotland.

We can now see that whichever way the referendum on Scottish independence had gone, the outcome planned by our political establishment is for further moves towards achieving the EU goal of the political dismemberment of the UK and for the ‘regions’ of the UK to be politically consolidated within the EU in line with the grand European plan.


As anyone who has studied the Consolidated European Treaty knows, the eventual aim of the EU is for powers that can be exercised regionally to be devolved downwards from national parliaments to proposed, and in some cases already existing regional assemblies (like the Scottish and Welsh and Northern Irish assemblies), and for all remaining powers, such as over: fiscal policy; foreign policy; security policy; immigration control; control of the police and armed services; and other matters of state craft, to be assumed by the EU.

The outcome of the Scottish referendum has therefore served the purposes intended by our political establishment and we can now look forward to a period in which legislation and other political developments will be implemented with a view to re-introducing regional assemblies into English politics. This whole affair was a ‘win, win’ situation for those who support the grand European plan, whichever way the referendum went and the Scots as well as the English have been effectively flimflammed by the traitors at Westminster and Holyrood.

Ironically, there is a phenomenon referred to as the ‘law of unintended consequences’, which is derived from the ideas of ‘consequentialism’ developed by men such as Adam Smith during the Scottish Enlightenment, and it has not escaped our notice that by breaking the UK down into smaller ‘regions’, each of which will exercise political control that stops just short of full independence, our political enemies will be reducing the UK down into ‘bite-sized’ chunks that will in fact facilitate the kind of revolution that we must implement if we are to regain full self-determination and control of our own destiny. It will be so much easier for us to gain control of one region rather than the whole of the UK and to thereafter campaign for full independence in the way that the Scots have.

If we imagine a future scenario in which there is a renewed campaign by Scots nationalists (real Scots nationalists) for a further referendum on Scottish independence, and at the same time, one of the northern regions of England elects a secessionist White nationalist regional government that also campaigns for full independence, it will be difficult for Westminster or Brussels to oppose such demands given the precedent that has been set by the recent Scottish referendum. Furthermore, once we have established one independent White nationalist state, however small that may seem, it must surely raise the prospect of initiating a ‘domino’ effect thereby extending its influence to adjoining regions and eventually across the whole of the British Isles.

So, my brothers and sisters, let us not be dismayed by the meddling of the EU conspirators, because if we play our cards right, they will in effect be busily sowing the seeds of their own undoing. God speed the revolution!