EU Referendum: Daily Squib Foresaw Scottish Treachery in 2012

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EDINBURGH – Scotland – As predicted accurately by the Daily Squib, the Scots will put an end to any victory if the English vote Out during the EU Referendum earmarked for June of this year.


As the Daily Squib accurately predicted in 2012, the Scots would hold Britain to ransom in the event of a succesful Out vote in the upcoming EU Referendum.

Speaking to Andrew Marr on Sunday, the Scottish first minister, who also said a second Scottish independence vote would be “highly likely” in the event of a leave vote, said project fear would scare voters into an EU exit that would be bad for the country.

If the English vote Out, the Scots will vote In after their second referendum bringing complete autonomy to Scotland who will then vote to stay in the EU. That would certainly be a divisive catch 22 situation within a divided island. Thanks to the Scots Britain is most certainly fucked.

We also accurately predicted the emergence of an EU army in 2012, and as predicted in 2015, Jean Claude Juncker was calling for an EU army. Something that would be a grotesque misuse of European powers as well as a major defeat for British sovereignty.

We leave you with words from the founder of the European Union, Jean Monnet, who said this on 30 April 1952:

“Europe’s nations should be guided towards the super-state without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.”

  • John Taylor

    As expected now Tony Blair chimes in —>

    Scotland will quit the UK if Britain votes to leave the EU

    • Pass the brown sauce

      Blair was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, on 6 May 1953,the second son of Leo and Hazel Blair (née Corscadden). Leo Blair, the illegitimate son of two English actors, had been adopted as a baby by Glasgow shipyard worker James Blair and his wife, Mary. Hazel Corscadden was the daughter of George Corscadden, a butcher and Orangeman who moved to Glasgow in 1916 but returned to (and later died in) Ballyshannon, County Donegal in 1923, where his wife, Sarah Margaret (née Lipsett), gave birth to Blair’s mother, Hazel, above the family’s grocery shop.