The year is 2016. Scotland's ruling Chancellor, the newly moustachio'ed Alex Salmond is holding a massive rally in central Dundee. Thousands of jack-booted and kilted Scottish troops are goose-stepping through the square, saluting their glorious leader beneath enormous saltire flags.
There are few English people in the crowd, but outside they can be easily spotted from the St George's cross they must wear upon their chest. Many of them are fearful. Some have had their businesses and offices smashed. There are rumours that in some towns the English are being rounded up and sent off to death camps deep in the Highlands.
The borders are rife with military activity. Scotland have reasserted their historic claim to Berwick-upon-Tweed and may be about to annex Northumberland. War may be coming, and Scotland has control over all of Britain's nuclear weapons.
Is this what you want? Do you really want this to happen? Then vote no to an independent Scotland. You know it makes sense.
This was a party political broadcast by the anti-independence for Scotland group.