The nationalist core don't. Jim Sillars (as much as I despise his politics) is honest about this and clear as to what he wants. But that core "independence no matter the cost" vote is nowhere near what is needed to actually pass. Under Alex's leadership (despite him having similar politics to Sillars) the party has moved into much more mainstream. He isn't daft and knows what people will vote for. Which is a proposition that will get far more votes than independence for independence's sake. NATO, the Queen, the currency (fifth plan in 15 years!) are all things that the core of Yes don't give two hoots about. The current policies are to broaden the appeal so that there is a fighting chance of a Yes vote and not because they are what the nationalists actually want.