Robert (Andy) Anderson has spent some of his time during lockdown creating videos on various aspects of Scotland’s journey to reclaim Independence. In the latest one he looks at what national debt we might have the day after independence.
If you missed his earlier videos, they’re included in this gallery. Just click on any of them to start watching.
An Independent Scotlands UK Debt
An Independent Scottish Currency
Borders in an Independent Scotland
Pension in an Independent Scotland
Scotlands Economy in UK embed version
Independence an exciting future
Robert is an active member of Yes Perthshire Network.
There are now four videos in the “Nation” series where Lesley Riddoch contrasts and compares Scotland with our northern neighbours. They are of course all small(-ish) Independent nations. Sadly, we though small(-ish) are not Independent. We are highly educated, with a diverse and highly developed economy, so we should compare well with these neighbours, eh? Watch Lesley as she meets and talks to politicians, educators, business people, artists, musicians and innovators in Iceland, the Faroes, Norway and – most recently – Estonia.
A couple of weeks back we published a post called Scotland – An Exciting Future. It features a video by Robert Anderson of the Yes Perth City Group. He has also made a video about how the Border might operate in an independent Scotland.
Since then Robert has sent us links to a further two videos – one about state pensions and one about the economy.
Pensions and the economy are probably the two most frequent topics that come up in discussions about Scottish independence. These videos will be invaluable in persuading more Scots that our pensions and our economy will be safe and indeed prosper in an independence Scotland.
Watch the videos here:
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Robert Anderson is an independence activist based in Perthshire and a member of Yes Perth City. He has been busy creating video material with his thoughts and ideas about independence and the bright future that it will open up for Scotland. Here is one of his videos:
On 30th August 200 years ago James ‘Purlie’ Wilson was hanged and beheaded on Glasgow Green for High Treason. A rebellious crowd of 20,000, held back by soldiers, watched him die. He gave an impassioned speech on the gallows. Did the Press report on what he said? No.