ref date:9 Jul 2000 (ENV)
Scotland national parks may be exploited via London led executive
The formation of two national parks in Scotland, one surrounding Loch Lomond, the other in the Cairngorm mountains at first glance seems like a dream come
true for environmentalists and nature loving members of the public.
However, the locals in these areas will have no say in how the resources in these
areas are used, the Scottish executive (Labour MSPs under Londons control) will
decide for them.
Expect to see large ugly Americanesque hotels in these parks and local
voices being stifled. The Scottish parliament under its labour control will
exploit these resources for tax revenue with no concern for the locals
or the environment.