Feelings of trust or affection felt in cases of a nation being held under the thumb, of being continually told that you are ... "too wee, too poor, too stupid" to govern yourself by your larger neighbour for over three hundred years. The result of three hundred years of being under the thumb has resulted in some Scots wishing to vote against their own independence.
Johann Lamont (Scottish politician) showed her severe case of Jockholm Syndrome when she stated that 'We're not genetically programmed in Scotland to make political decisions.'
by Pour1malt February 26, 2014
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