YES!

Recently I blogged about the venture by UKIP into darkest Scotland, confronting the independence issue. I  expressed in fairly strong terms a YES viewpoint. 
My friend e-mailed me his rejoinder, agreeing with the YES and saying... And I think if England were offered a referendum to withdraw from this miserable marriage, I think the result would be an overwhelming Yes. Ah, but what about custody of the children? Those two fine Scottish banks which have bankrupted the UK ? 
My response:
That's an easy one for Salmon. Scotland takes over 'ownership' of RBS and BoS at current share price, so nationalising each of them*. Then declaring them bankrupt, firing their entire management echelons and closing all 'divisions' other than Retail High Street, at the same time forbidding any kind of unauthorised use of depositor's money other than holding it safely, charging a fee for so doing. In other words, be a bloody BANK once again, as opposed to the kind of awfulness that Jesus once threw out of the temple - and you yourself commented on and warned about back in 2008.
And yes, I do agree that England would vote for divorce. And should. Successive Scottish Prime Ministers of the UK, (current incumbent  of course being very much one of them by ancestry), and Chancellors have done quite enough damage to convince me it's some kind of fifth column implanted by Salmond, Merkel and the European Chorus much evident in last nights farcical extravaganza, which I'm delighted to report we missed in favour of a great Swedish drama. 
* Liquidating all borrowings and closing out all debtors as is the usual  thing with nationalisation.
So I thought to share the discourse with you. 
Hey, I've just thought of a p.s. Each of the High Street retail banks could be separately (individually) privatised. 

Bryan
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Sent: Sunday, May 19, 2013 7:21 AM
Subject: Re: Bryan Islip

Hear hear

And I think if England were offered a referendum to withdraw from this miserable marriage, I think the result would be an overwhelming Yes.

Ah, but what about custody of the children? Those two fine Scottish banks which have bankrupted the UK ?

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