gutted that we won’t be celebrating our independence anytime soon, like sure at least the fact that the yes campaign still ended up w 45% of the final votes highlights just how much we want a change for the better for everyone, how much we clearly want to make our own decisions wrt how our country goes about its business and i’m looking forward to seeing just how positive that change still has the potential to be BUT that being said, i’m not going to hold my breath. i can’t say i trust the majority of politicians promising that the future looks brighter for the working class and seeing will truly be believing whether they bother following up on issues that raised important questions for both parties in this debate, it’s all well and good saying they’ll do so when it works for them but whether changes actually happen now that the votes have been counted is another matter entirely
so if you’ll excuse my sleep deprived and disappointed state: right now it just feels like we’ve bottled it and been too scared to take the leap, personally. i honestly believe we could have did it, man. we had the chance to take entire charge of our nations future but decided against it, and what a fucking shame that is. let’s not allow this to be the end of self-awareness, generation yes can still make a change and the fact that so many people are united in our opinions of what needs fixing for the benefits of every single individual in this country is an exciting prospect for the future, and sure i’m remaining hopeful, but. still a bit gutted at the moment, am no gonae lie
”And you’re going to go to hell, because of the life you took. You’re fucked.”
All you so-called comrades who are spitting the dummy out about the independence referendum, read this whole article and shut up.
If you haven’t seen this segment yet, find it, watch it, be at peace.
"Only the truth is revolutionary."
La Sorbonne, Paris, Mai 1968
We staked out on a mission to find our inner peace
Make it everlasting so nothing’s incomplete