When the YES campaign was launched, we were told that if every Independence supporter persuaded one friend to vote YES, we would win the referendum easily.
I wonder how many Independence supporters have take this request to heart?
I know a good number who talk with their fellow Independence supporters in a myriad of groups across the Social networking sites, but that doesn’t really count, for you are simply agreeing with already persuaded.
A few others have discussions and arguments with fervent Better Together supporters and politicians on Twitter, or in newspaper comment sections. That wont do all that much either, these people are wholly committed to the UK and will not change their mind.
So the question I ask everyone, Is what have you done personally, in real life, to persuade the undecided, or the Better Together supporter who is just simply listening to the Better Together Media, Press and Party propagandists?
How is your own personal score coming along? Have you succeeded in persuading someone to vote for Independence?
To date, I have managed to persuade 3 former Union supporters to change their mind, and one undecided. So my personal score is 4
If we cannot persuade people at this moment in time, when the British Parliament in Westminster is doing all it can to help us, by their actions on disability, and their attacks on almost every sector of society, then we will never persuade people that an Independent Scotland can do better than that!
If you aren’t personally doing something about it? Why Not?
So what is your personal score? Have you made your One yet? If you have, don’t stop there..Keep going!
We need as many as possible doing this… Independence wont come by itself…We have to make it happen!
Don’t rely on someone else to do your work for you, as they might be leaving it to you!
Spread This message Far and Wide Please! Thanks.