The main UK party leaders are urging the English to campaign to have Scotland removed from the Union and to force Scottish people to stop calling themselves British.
Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour leader Ed Miliband will abandon their weekly Prime Minister's Questions clash and instead fly around the country urging the people of England, Wales and Northern Ireland to vote on September 19th - the day after Scotland will vote to remain part of Britain - to have Scotland forced to "fend for themselves."
Liberal Democrat leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will also be campaigning throughout the UK, ahead of the 18 and 19 September referendums, although the three leaders will not travel or appear together.
"Basically we are sick to death of Scotland dragging down the rest of Great Britain," said Prime Minister Cameron, "They are shit at football, never qualify for anything, the place is grimy, dirty and full of snow. Who really wants it? We don't, that's for sure."
Cameron's words were echoed by Deputy Prime Minister Clegg, who said, "the place is full of ginger haired, ginger bearded drunk bastards who like to show of their hairy legs and who urinate in public - and the men are just as bad. To be honest, lets face it, they have never won a war, never won a world cup, never done anything really worthy of note. I say fuck 'em. They're out."
Here in the US many are now calling for a similar vote - which will see the State of Georgia removed from the rest of America. One drunken man in a bar in Fort Lauderdale slurred "Georgia? Full of ugly women and retards - just like 'Scottishland' - fuck 'em. Another Bud Steve."