Years ago, I wrote an article about the Muslim infiltration of the SNP. Since then, things have only got worse. Nicola Sturgeon, whose constituency is one of the most, if not the most, Muslim-colonised part of Scotland has become First Minister. It looks as though Muslims are now using "racism" complaints to consolidate their influence. Recently an SNP councillor was suspended for saying she thought "we need to get the Pakis out of the Party".
An SNP councillor is under investigation by the party over allegations she used racist language in a conversation with an activist.
Julie McAnulty represents the Coatbridge North and Glenboig ward at North Lanarkshire Council and is an SNP candidate for the Scottish Parliament elections.
Sheena McCulloch, an SNP member for almost 40 years, has complained to the party leadership about alleged comments made when she and Ms McAnulty were driving back from a canvassing session.
The complaint, published in the Daily Record, states: “On the journey back Julie was asking me about the trouble and in fighting in the Bellshill branch and asked for my view on the trouble in Coatbridge.
“During this discussion Julie made a comment which I found to be unacceptable. She asked if I agreed with her that it was in her words the ‘Pakis’ that were causing the problems locally and that we needed to get rid of them out of the party.
“I outlined immediately that I was not happy with her comment as I know and respect many Muslim members locally. I informed her that what she said was unacceptable and that I considered many of the people she was referring to as friends.Source
A few weeks ago, another Islam critic within the party was taken out.
An SNP politician has been suspended by the party after allegedly sending hateful text messages to a Muslim colleague.
Dundee City councillor Craig Melville, an aide to SNP deputy leader Stewart Hosie, is alleged to have sent a number of texts to an unnamed woman within the party, shortly after the terror attacks in Paris.
According to the Daily Record newspaper, one text read: "It's not personal I just ******* hate your religion and I'll do all in I'm life do defeat your filth." (sic)
Another reportedly said: "And in your favour we live in an uneducated left lift loopy left wing society who is more interested in claiming benefits and being ignorant to the threat of your horrible disease which is a make believe **** in the sky. (sic)
"Horrible murdering Islamic ****s."
Another message apparently referred to the SNP's international development minister, Humza Yousaf, who visited the Greek island of Lesbos in October to see the plight of Syrian refugees.
It read: "And Muslim politicians in the UK have a duty to speak out and educate. "That should be their number one priority, not staged photos taking refugees off boats and writing patronising messages of support. Had to unfollow that ****."Source
More on this in the Herald today:
NICOLA Sturgeon is facing calls to release a secret investigation report into a "rotten" SNP branch at the centre of a race row.
The SNP's Coatbridge and Chryston association was temporarily shut down by party HQ this week after North Lanarkshire councillor and Holyrood candidate Julie McAnulty was suspended amid allegations she made racist remarks But it was also put under investigation in 2012.
...Dr Imtiaz Majid, a Muslim North Lanarkshire councillor who tried to become an MP last year but saw his candidacy blocked by SNP HQ, was convenor of the branch when the 2012-13 enquiry took place. Ms McCulloch said in her complaint to party HQ that she decided to raise the issue after other allegations of racism came to light.
It has been claimed that Ms McAnulty refused to sit next to Dr Majid at council meetings and that he complained of racism after she and others staged a walkout of a branch meeting in protest at his election as constituency association convenor. Sources close to Ms McAnulty have said she strongly refutes any suggestion of racism.
A power struggle in North Lanarkshire, one of only four council areas to back independence in the 2014 referendum, has intensified following an influx of new members.Source
See a new post (here) about the interesting history of Imtiaz Majid.