Journey to Yes, number 6

Christopher says Yes. As more Scots who voted No to independence reconsider their decision, we follow their journey to Yes and self-determination for Scotland. Christopher Graham leads Yes Bikers, a group of motorcycle enthusiasts who protest, support pro-independence events in Scotland and now Europe. Christopher voted No based on the mainstream media and now feels he did not have all the information needed to make an informed choice. It was a decision Christopher almost instantly regretted and the further betrayal of promises on more powers validated. Scotland now faces a choice between Tory Britain or a journey to self-determination and a more open progressive Scotland. The video is the sixth in Phantom Power’s Journey to Yes series.
For more information:
https://twitter.com/YesBikers
https://www.facebook.com/YesBikers/
http://www.yesbikers.co.uk/

10 comments on “Journey to Yes, number 6

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  2. ScotsCanuck says:

    Great video !!! …. and with more folk like that, we’ll win.

  3. Thepnr says:

    I was pretty positive about our chances in the last campaign and sadly I was so wrong.

    Tell you what though I am much more positive about our chances in this one thanks to the likes of Christopher and others who have “SEEN THE LIGHT” 🙂 Big thanks also to Phantom Power Films.

  4. fillofficer says:

    these films give us loads of encouragement. hope they are not just seen in our indiebubble, though

  5. peter says:

    Need more pensioners who’ve switched to Yes and help expose blair mcliar and the rest of the scotland in union nazis and their hate campaign on pensions.

  6. Marconatrix says:

    Nice to see Abbey Craig/the Wallace Monument in the background. I can’t quite pin down the exact location but he must be just up the road from where I used to live. Still there in spirit at least 🙂

  7. Arthur Martin says:

    I enjoyed the video a great deal. It’s good to see that NO voters are taking a fresh look at the situation now and changing their minds.

    I know this area well, it’s the old Stirling Alloa road at Manor Powis. These videos by Phantom Power are very uplifting. I hope that they become more widely watched, and give many NO voters something to think over before they step into the polling booth for Indyref2.

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