No lol, you're just looking at it with English bias....
It's the same stuff as before, like you: They signed the union stuff on their own, Fiverings: the people were rioting and trying to break in but some bribed nobles signed
The same with the darien scheme, Aileen put you right there.....
Aileen could also put you right on the Treaty of Union because it's clear you don't know very much about it.
Suggest you read this article which at least goes a long way to telling the truth - https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2006/sep/24/uk.books
Also Scotland made darned sure that as part of the bargaining process we were allowed to keep out own church, laws and education system, plus insisting that we had more representation in both the Lords and the Commons than the English parliament initially offered. Had the English refused any of this, the negotiations would have collapsed.
PS - I've done a fair amount of research into the union self myself so I do know what I'm talking about.