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Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Humza Yousaf, the first Muslim leader of Scotland hates non-Muslims and white people

The first Muslim leader of Scotland, Humza Yousaf hates non-Muslims and white people, while he has been known as a supporter of radical Islam and jihadism. He is a self-described Pakistani Scottish Muslim, a man so incompetent that when he was Transport Minister, he was charged with driving without a license. He is also responsible for the writing of a proposed hate crime bill that is being pushed through the Scottish parliament, and which would see freedom of speech restricted in true sharia style.

Yousaf had publicly defended Omar Sadiq – 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 were 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.

When news of violent, drug-dealing Omar’s death made the news, Humza Yousaf 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?

Humza Yousaf is a notorious race-baiter, and he stands in Holyrood bleating 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.

English voters are far more conservative than the Scottish and are perceived to be holding them back from creating a Scandinavian-style socialist state. Humza once said that: “You have to keep being radical with your ideas”. His age, looks and charisma have undoubtedly made it easier to entice the Scottish into his “radical” agenda.

Prior to his election to the Scottish Parliament in 2011, Yousaf had been a media spokesman for Islamic Relief, a charity that has been accused on a number of occasions of being a front group for radical Islamism. Yousaf was a volunteer for Islamic Relief since the age of 10.

Yousaf was also heavily involved in a community radio station for over a decade and helped organize food parcels for asylum seekers.

Humza Yousaf was embroiled in a financial scandal after his cousin Osama Saeed – a former Muslim Brotherhood spokesman – was awarded £400,000 for a Muslim festival entitled “IslamExpo”.


Commenting on Humza Yousaf, Joshua Winston wrote in an article: “Racism is normalized in many Pakistani Muslim households. They’re just very careful about not letting the mask slip when they’re outdoors. I don’t know why they settle in white non-Muslims lands when they seem to despise white non-Muslims (as well as other non-Muslims) and look down on us”.


Does Humza Yousaf really stand fit to be the leader of Scotland? I seriously doubt as he recited his oath of office in Urdu, the official language of Pakistan. It may be mentioned here that just 22 percent of the Scottish electorate hold a favorable view of Yousaf, while 42 percent actively dislike him.

He went on to list a few dozen positions, after each of which he added that wicked word “white”. People can see his racist rant on this YouTube video, after which, they will need a wee dram of Glenmorangie to steady your nerves. And Yousaf meant it. Too many white people in high positions. Deeply disturbing. But now he’s in the highest of all positions, and can do something about it. Of his first 50 hires for top spots in his new administration, at least forty of them should have been black or brown people, and ideally Muslim to boot.

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