Thursday, 21 May 2015



This really is incredible. A person has been convicted of "racially aggravated behaviour" [How can there be racial aggravation without an underlying crime?] for telling an unelected Paki politician (unelected because he is appointed through the undemocratic regional list system in Scotland) "You're not from my country." 

To set the scene here, the Paki, Humza Yousaf, an SNP MSP (with demonstrable ties to Islamic radicals including one man described as a "Hamas terror commander)" is selling the Big Issue. The Big Issue is a magazine homeless people sell in Britain. So it's basically a daft political stunt. Then someone comes along and calls him a "benefit locust". Nothing racial in that. When Yousaf asks him if he wants to buy a copy of the Big Issue, he replies, "No, because you're not from my country ...Charity begins at home." 

How can anyone in their right mind consider that to be racial abuse or incitement to racial hatred? 

But the terrible thing is that the accused pled guilty to the offence without even trying to make an argument. We saw the same thing a year or two ago when a negro football player died and someone posted a gloating tweet with the word "nigger" in it. He was charged and also pled guilty even though his tweet, though offensive, was clearly not an incitement to racial hatred. Europeans are now so intimidated by the machine that they don't even attempt to defend themselves.

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