If Novoscotiya is really going to secede from Ukania what the better together campaign needs to be doing right now is organising the post referendum resistance, the 'reunify' movement. Whoever wins, the vote is going to be close, there are millions of people in Scotland who don't subscribe to the McKipperist hallucinations, and voting, by its nature, is provisional, this being an especial feature of referenda. An independence vote decides many things. It settles nothing so long as people may be willing to change their minds.
This might seem a tall order for demoralised Unionists (and the much larger community of not-separatists) and the way in which London has collapsed souffle-like from smugness into a kind of hysterical despair doesn't bode well. But the separation process will be long and difficult and will end in a state of affairs that messes up both countries, so there are plenty of both practical and moral reasons to try and rectify the situation: and, surely, it will be impossible not to say 'I told you so'. So it follows that this should be said in an organised way and be shaped to point towards a particular outcome.
And an open, progressive and inclusive New Scotland won't smear such civic minded folk as enemies of the republic. Well, obviously, they will: but if insufficiently enthusiastic Scots don't want a bunch of goggle-eyed nats breathing down their necks to see if they're yelling Flower of Scotland loud enough, there's going to have to be a bit of pushback. And who knows where that may lead? Start early, even if it means starting small. A well organised #reunify hashtag on the night of the vote – if it goes for separatism – would at least piss in their champagne.