Mr. Brown launched a fierce attack on the Conservative Party Prime Minister Because he insisted that the Conservative Party’s attempt to reject the Scots for a second referendum would fail.
He condemned the Westminster government for the damage caused by Brexit and the plan to cut universal credit.
After the Scottish National Party won the Holyrood election for the fourth time in a row, he told his supporters that “Independence Day” is now “closer”.
At the beginning of the National Conference of the Scottish National Party, Mr. Brown told activists: “The next few months will be the most important months in Scottish history.
“Now is the time for a political party and movement to unite and prepare for the independence referendum.”
However, Mr. Brown emphasized that the reason for leaving the UK cannot be left to the Scottish government, because he urged everyone in the party to “reach out for India.”
He asked the militants to redouble their efforts and told the 120,000 members of the party that if they could persuade a hesitant voter to support them in the referendum, “our collective independence dream will not just be a big step forward. But it will be guaranteed”.
He stated in a virtual meeting that the results of the Scottish Parliament elections in May “firmly called for an independence referendum”.
The Scottish National Party increased its number of MSPs in Holyrood to 64 in that poll, and the record result of the Scottish Green Party means that most of the elected representatives there support independence.
Mr. Brown insisted that the Conservative Party cannot “deny the democratic will expressed by the Scottish people”.
He insisted: “The independence referendum is exactly what we are going to conduct.”
Although he emphasized that leading Scotland through the coronavirus pandemic is still the top priority of the Chief Minister and his government, Mr Brown said that the Scottish National Party is now “speeding up” to win independence.
This is because the Covid-19 vaccination plan and “the hard work of those who provide the vaccine” means that “Scotland is returning to a certain normal state”.
But he claimed that although the Scottish National Party is working hard to lead Scotland through the pandemic, under the leadership of Mr. Johnson, “the offensive party has truly returned to Westminster.”
Mr. Brown criticized the Conservative Party by saying: “Boris Johnson’s Conservative Government is delaying the refugee resettlement plan, while the Afghan family has been abandoned.
“They turned around on the free school meals only because the ruthless Conservative government was humiliated by Marcus Rashford and rethinked.
“It is almost unbelievable that they still intend to cut the £20 per week increase in the universal credit that thousands of working families in Scotland rely on.
“I said it almost unbelievable because we all paid the price, knowing that Johnson’s dirty and chaotic government has nothing to do.”
He added: “Scotland now needs independence from Westminster more than ever.”