Even more pointless blathering. Cutting out the hand waving and responding to parts where you get within a few miles of having a point.
But you were too obtuse to grasp that sometimes words are used in name only. In the eurozone case independent doesn't mean independent monetary policy.
Are you submitting your name to the Nobel Prize Committee for discovering that water is wet? That the leaders if the Scottish Independence movement wanted to stick with the pound is not only not news, people were pointing out the potential problems of doing so before the vote.
And no practical exit from it either. In the military case, well, NATO members don't have much independence in terms of military spending, choices of systems - and in particular - when it comes to defending another member.
Who was sitting of the coast of Scotland ready to invade if the country did not join NATO or sign some sort of defense treaty with Britain? Scotland needs military protection as much as they need Tiger Stones.