Pakistani Humza Yousaf becomes head of Scottish government


Leftists everywhere, as drunk as ever on identity politics, are celebrating this, and that’s fine. There will certainly be many, many more Muslim officials in the UK after Humza Yousaf, and eventually there will be only Muslim officials. But Yousaf himself is likely only to exacerbate divisions in Britain, and certainly nothing will be done to stem the tide of mass migration. Note also that only Western countries have to prove they’re not racist and celebrate diversity in this way. No one expects Pakistan to elect a Scots Christian prime minister.

On March 27, in an article, the Washington Post said: Humza Yousaf, the grandson of a Pakistani immigrant who arrived barely speaking English to work in a sewing machine factory in Glasgow, was named as the new leader of the Scottish National Party on Monday.

Because of his party’s majority, Yousaf will be almost certainly be chosen as first minister — the leader — of Scotland by the Parliament on Tuesday.

At age 37, Yousaf will be the youngest first minister of Scotland and the first Muslim to run the nation. His mother, wearing a headscarf, dabbed a tear as he spoke after the vote results were announced.

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His ascension as Scottish leader comes alongside the premiership of Rishi Sunak, a Hindu, whose parents are also South Asian. London’s mayor is Sadiq Khan, a Muslim and son of Pakistani immigrants. Today, Rishi Sunak, Sadiq Khan and Humza Yousaf are three of the most prominent — and powerful — leaders in Britain.

Dubious background of Humza Yousaf

Omar Sadiq was a violent criminal and drug lord who was a blight on the city of Glasgow. He was part of an organized crime gang, and he served prison time for ramming one of his rivals off the road in his car while being in possession of firearms. It’s safe to say that Omar is not a very nice person. With the Pakistani Muslim community being as tight-knit as it is, it also comes as no surprise to learn that Omar is connected to Imran “Baldy” Shahid and his brother Zeeshan Shahid, as well as to Faisal Mushtaq, three Muslim males who were jailed for the murder of Kriss Donald, in what is described as Scotland’s most horrific racially motivated murder ever.

The media are trying to humanize Omar as being a “quiet young man” from a nice suburb in Glasgow. You could translate that into “Omar was a shadowy figure who kept a low profile in order not to attract police attention, and whose illicit gains afforded him a nice house in one of the best areas of Glasgow while his drug-addicted clients languished in extreme poverty, distress and decay.” This trend of sympathizing with violent career criminals didn’t start with George Floyd. If you go back to 2017 and the shooting of another violent gangster and drug dealer, Yassar Yaqub, you will see that the entire Pakistani community in Huddersfield came out to mourn him and demand answers as to why he was killed. They protested against the police and slandered them, albeit not to the same degree that we’re seeing in Portland and other US cities today. And as with George Floyd and Omar, the media portrayed Yassar as being a “lovely guy” who leaves behind two children. Sympathy for the children of a dead drug dealer, but no sympathy for the children of others who have been killed by the drugs Yassar supplied them with. No mention or care for the lives he helped destroy.

Scotland’s new leader is a self-described Pakistani Scottish Muslim called Humza Yousaf, a man so incompetent that when he was Transport Minister, he was charged with driving without a license. He’s also responsible for the writing of a proposed hate crime bill that is being pushed through Scottish parliament, and which will see freedom of speech restricted in true sharia fashion. He’s doing this in spite of police, sheriffs, media, and politicians coming out to tell us that his bill will paralyze free speech.

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When news of violent, drug-dealing Omar’s death made the news, Humza leapt all over it. He immediately tweeted out, “Dreadfully sad news. My thoughts are with the young man’s family, friends and local community.” He deleted the tweet hours later, but why did he tweet it in the first place? Is he a friend of the man or his family? He’s not usually so quick to tweet out his sympathy when any other gangsters meet their makers. Why does a Justice Minister think a community will be mourning the loss of a violent drug dealer, and why would he find it all so dreadfully sad?

Humza is a notorious race-baiter, and he stands in Holyrood bleating on about the lack of BAME (Black, Asian, and minority ethnic) representation in Scottish parliament. He has sought legal advice on how he can get more BAME people into governmental roles. By this I would assume that he is looking at ways whereby “positive discrimination” apprenticeships or hiring methods will allow Pakistani Muslims to leapfrog over other candidates who have better credentials. He stood in Holyrood and gave a passionate speech about George Floyd and Black Lives Matter, in spite of the fact that George is not Scottish and his murder didn’t happen on UK soil. He then went on his usual sympathy tour, telling the media that he had since been subjected to 6,000 racist tweets for standing up for Floyd. I’m more worried about the fact he has that much time on his hands to be able to count 6,000 tweets than I am about any abuse he claims to have received. We’ve never seen the tweets, so we’ll have to take Humza at his word for it. Far be it from me to suggest that he’s trying to turn pity into political currency.

Scotland is divided by sectarianism between Catholics and Protestants.

Football is the God of many in Scotland, with Catholics supporting Celtic (IRA) and Protestants (UDA) supporting Rangers. You are taking your life in your hands if you walk around Parkhead with a Rangers top on, and vice versa if you have a Celtic top on in Ibrox. That’s a very real hatred and danger that Humza and SNP could be addressing, but Humza would rather focus on criticism of Islam instead. Meanwhile the Catholics and Protestants are at each other’s throats and can chant songs about killing each other, and that’s all fine. It doesn’t fall under any Hate Crime legislation. Humza is a huge Celtic fan, and this Irish sectarianism in Scotland is problematic because at present, Hezbollah are providing the New IRA with weapons. The New IRA have been arrested in Edinburgh. They have a foothold on Scottish soil. ISIS and the IRA proposed teaming up to launch a car bomb campaign. Celtic supporters, the IRA and Islamists have a common enemy – the British army, the monarchy, and the English in general. Humza and the SNP are sympathetic to the Catholic Irish cause, with one MSP saying that murderers are ‘freedom fighters’, which forced Nicola Sturgeon to have to publicly apologize to the families of the victims.

An offshoot of Celtic supporters in Glasgow is a group called the Green Brigade. After George Floyd’s death, this group of Celtic supporters put street signs of black people’s names across Glasgow’s Merchant City. They also came out to “say no to racism” after the killing by the police of a Muslim asylum seeker who went on a stabbing rampage in the city. These are Humza’s mates. When Protestants came out to defend the statues in George square, Humza slated them for their peaceful demonstration, calling them “racist thugs.” He didn’t slate the Green Brigade, who came out to riot and tear statues down together with BLM supporters and antifa.


Humza is part of the problem. He, like the Democratic mayors in the States, stands side by side with the violent thugs and cares nothing for their victims. He’s Pakistani and Muslim, and we’ve seen how quick he is to come out on the side of a drug dealer for no other reason than he’s Pakistani and Muslim, too. Humza Yousaf is waiting in the wings for the police in Scotland to kill a non-white Muslim criminal so that he can leap all over it and have his very own George Floyd to bandy around and further his own political career, and thereby create racial unrest where it doesn’t exist in Scotland. He is stirring up a hatred towards the English that will, if the time comes, only justify any Islamist attacks on English soil. If Humza ever does find his very own George Floyd, the only difference will be in the name. Instead of George it will undoubtedly be Muhammad.


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