Scotland is the largest producer of oil and is the second largest producer of gas in Europe. It has more than an eighty per cent share of UK's North Sea assets and holds more fresh, high quality water in one of its 250,000 lochs, Loch Ness than is available in all of the lakes in England and Wales. When Scotland is compared with other smaller nations within the European community such as Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Ireland, Iceland, Rumania, Finland, Austria or Portugal, it has more natural resources within its boundaries but often has poorer economic performance, tied as it is to its larger, colonialist neighbour to the south.
Scotland is Britain's last colony but as the world entered the twenty-first century, Scottish Independence was on the rise. It threatened the status quo of the Establishment, the economy and the resources available to the United Kingdom. It had to be put down...hard.
MI5 were instructed to act to save the Union and retain Scotland, the last British colony, as a servile British colony shackled to Westminster.
Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 316
Weight: 346 g
Dimensions: 203 x 127 x 18 mm