British Nationalists often question the Pro-European stance of supporters of Scottish Independence, describing it as an idiosyncratic position.
From their point of view, why would an independent country, with its newly acquired powers, seek to concede them to another supranational entity?
I hear your loaded question: how “separation” can reunite? Setting aside the verbiage specifically chosen to disparage Independence (when independence is the normal state of things instead, and dependence is abnormal) the logic is to recognise differences to live in better harmony.
Scottish Independence takes multiple weapons out of the hands of hostile foreign nations with a vested interest to hamper our progress keeping strife between people in Europe: Continue reading