As the debate over Scottish Separation grows ever more disconnected from the truth, there is one injustice which continues to make a mockery of the referendum - the disenfranchisement of Scots born North of the Border who now work and live, however temporarily, elsewhere and who Salmond is clearly frightened are more likely to vote for the Union.
Is it fair to give the vote in this important debate to foreigners who have only been here a few years, while denying one to natural born Scots?
For me, it merely confirms the change in Alex Salmond’s position from competent First Minister of Scotland to snake oil salesman who has no interest in an honest outcome.
Surely we are trying to achieve a result with which the majority of Scots agree and which benefits the people of Scotland both economically and emotionally?
However hard the fight may be, and whoever wins, it should not leave behind a residue of bitterness.
The enfranchisement of 16 to 18 year olds turned out to be rather more enlightened than Mr Salmond had expected, despite the fact that the only other countries giving the vote to a similar age group are Cuba and North Korea.
But then, Kim il Salmond has, for once, the ring of truth about it…