Why an independent Scotland could become the richest country in the World
On 27 February 2014, the ratings agency Standard and Poors concluded that an independent Scotland would have a rich and relatively diversified economy that would qualify for its 'highest economic assessment'.
Standard and Poors cited Scotland's "high-quality human capital, flexible product and labour markets and transparent institutions"
Standard and Poors writes that "with a GDP (including North Sea oil output) only slightly below that of New Zealand, a developed economy and developed financial system, there is no fundamental reason why Scotland could not successfully float a currency."
"Scotland could manage independently even without the contribution of North Sea oil output", according to S and P.
Meanwhile, the Scottish financial company 'Standard Life' has apparently become the most hated company in Scotland.
This is because Standard Life could quit Scotland if Scotland becomes independent.
Gerry Grimstone, the Chairman of Standard Life, is "the Lead Non-Executive at the Ministry of Defence."
Who does he take his instructions from?
Grimstone, and his chief executive David Nish, should be sacked along with the rest of their anti-Scottish cronies.
On Standard Life's Facebook page, Christine Hathaway-Coley writes:
Standard Life UK - Edinburgh, United Kingdom ... - Facebook
BANKER SIR FRED GOODWIN, who ran the Royal Bank of Scotland, IS COUSIN TO A TOP GANGSTER