Former (?) Tory Youth chairman, accused of anti-Semitism in 2018, but of course ‘a proud Scot’, James Bundy appears again on BBC Scotland to push the latest strategy to counter the surge in support for independence, apparent in repeated polls recently.
Though the move is led by and thus somewhat undermined right at the start by the sickly comedy twins, Galloway and Gove, a more dangerous covert element as in Bundy, is appearing across Scottish media to pretend a more grassroots support for the idea.
The franchise for a Scottish independence referendum was established and in 2013 and passed by Parliament:
Any attempt to change the franchise would require the passing of an amendment. There is no support for such a change within Scotland or in the parties dominating the democratic processes in her parliament. All but the Tories (?) would oppose the introduction of a franchise based on ethnicity, place of birth, if only because to do so would, logically, then remove the rights of EU and English (500 000) citizens living here.
BBC Scotland’s role in platforming the idea is anti-democratic and in essence, racist.
The notion, raised in the introduction, that this is somehow cross-party because Galloway is a former Labour MP is frankly ridiculous.