No one trusts Alex Salmond, if you do fall into his trap, you have conned.
Salmond has been accused of a "huge deception" over his plans for a currency union after a Yes vote.
There will be no currency union.
Despite repeated attempts to sell this lie, Salmond and unpopular Nicola Sturgeon keep trying to hoodwink Scots.
Now, two leading figures from the banking industry have decided to speak out as Salmond is still saying Westminster will agree to a deal to allow an independent Scotland to continue to use the pound.
Chancellor George Osborne and his Labour and Liberal Democrat counterparts have already stated that they would not agree to such an arrangement.
They have formed an unbreakable pact, who ever breaks it loses the 2015 Westminster election by default.
The only "bluff and bluster" is by the SNP leader who is desperate and needy enough to continue the lie.
Sir Martin Jacomb, the former chairman of Prudential, and Sir Andrew Large, a former deputy governor of the Bank of England, have said that a currency union is "not compatible with Scotland being politically independent and is therefore not on offer".
Not on offer at any price, the solution was to plan for a Scottish pound.
That opportunity has been missed by stupidity.
In an article in the Times, they said:
"On the future currency people are understandably puzzled. Alex Salmond claims that nothing much will change, that threats otherwise are a bluff and that Scotland would keep the pound sterling - but although Scotland could keep using the pound, to promise 'no change' is a huge deception: the consequences would be enormous."
A spokesman for Scottish Finance Secretary John Swinney said a formal currency union would be "in the overwhelming economic interests of the rest of the UK".
This doesn’t mean anything either politically or financially.
Jacomb and Large stated:
"The best way to keep the pound would be through a currency union like today. That is what Mr Salmond says he wants, but it is not compatible with Scotland being politically independent and is therefore not on offer."
That means Vote No!
Swinney's spokesman said:
"As part of the United Kingdom, economic wealth is drawn towards London and the South East; however, the powers of independence would enable Scotland to rebalance the economy and give Scotland a competitive edge. Scotland is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, more prosperous per head than France, Japan and the UK itself, but we need the powers of independence to make the most of our huge resources. The Expert Fiscal Commission Working Group, which includes two Nobel laureate economists, has already looked at different currency options and concluded that an independent Scotland should keep the pound, which is as much Scotland's as it is the rest of the UK's, a position accepted by a UK Government minister who told the Guardian that 'of course there will be a currency union'."
“The comments on Scottish notes are simply wrong as by law every Scottish note is backed by deposits held by the Bank of England and would continue to be issued on the same basis.
"A formal currency union is in the overwhelming economic interests of the rest of the UK."
There will be no currency union, and there will be no lender of last resort, these two things will plunge Scotland into darkness and chaos.
As the independence campaign draws down to its end, the pressure on the SNP will grow to tell the truth about their economic plans for cuts to services and budgets. All the lies will be exposed and the fairytale concocted by Alex Salmond will be a living nightmare.
On the 19th September, Scotland will wake to the fact that the whole political campaign by Alex Salmond and unpopular Nicola Sturgeon was one massive political fraud on Scots. Salmond’s future isn’t in doubt, he doesn’t have one, and neither does unpopular Nicola Sturgeon.
The Bank of England is closed to these two buffoons!
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University