Scottish Independence From the Stockholm Syndrome

Scots, fearless clansmen of the past, always prepared for the worst, have through time become self-inflicted victims of the Stockholm syndrome.  They became afraid of an independence from others’ yoke.  This reason alone was a significant contributor to the failed 2014 referendum for Scotland’s (and Scottish) independence.  If the next referendum occurs in a not too distant future it may pass, but it should not pass for the wrong reasons. Peripheral Fear and the Fear of Periphery People of Scottish