So the battle for Scottish First Minster is hotting up north of the Wall. The media favourite, obviously, is Muslim and resident Mr anti-White, Humza Yousaf. The media have given this man a fairly easy ride and scrutiny has been limited. But, people power, and the need for a good story to sell papers, has taken hold and the cracks are starting to show. And all this is firmly centred around Scotland’s most “important” issue, how the LGBT feel about these candidates. Yes, that’s what politics up here has come to, the level of appeal to the gay lobby.
Kate Forbes, a Christian, has stated publicly that she doesn’t support abortion, gay marriage and recently, female church ministers. And the women’s rights groups, LGBT lot and the feminists are all seething (and possibly dilating). Now, you’d think with these three groups being a small minority in Scotland, this stance wouldn’t cause a stir, but it really has.
The news media have been running stories and the talking heads on Twitter have all been loudly shouting about how this isn’t inclusive and that “love wins through” blah blah blah. But make no mistake, although this is the tail trying to wag the dog, it has been quite an effort up here to keep this story running and to put Kate Forbes down.
Now Forbes has, rather oddly for an SNP politician, stuck to her faith and doubled down on the positions she has. This is refreshing and actually laudable given the constant pandering and lying we normally see in our politics. Step forward, Humza and take us back to what we are used to.
Humza is a Muslim, so you’d think he would be very anti gay rights, after all, his faith demands it. He comes from a part of the world where homosexuality really isn’t tolerated, so it’d be a surprise to see him backing the LGBT agenda. Well, he didn’t actually vote on the issue of gay marriage when it came up a few years back. Apparently, he had a meeting that day and was unable to make the vote. What are the chances of that? Every other minister made it. It has since been revealed that he asked for this meeting to dodge the vote because his mosque was putting pressure on him. Of course, it’s against his faith.
Leadership hopeful Kate Forbes is a wife and mother
Hypocrisy of Humza
So, have the press absolutely railroaded this man? Not really. His faith, like Forbes, isn’t too hot on gay rights. But she has been grilled for being honest, for standing by her faith from the start. Humza has essentially avoided the issue because of his religion and then he lies to the people of Scotland pretending that he is some kind of gay rights advocate. Words are just words, actions tell the real story. And Humza’s actions show a devious and hypocritical personality, a liar, a man who pulls the wool over people’s eyes.
Ideal for the top SNP job then.
Now as a real Nationalist, I loathe the SNP and their faux nationalism, anti-White rhetoric and degenerate and destructive policies. However, there’s a slight ray of light with someone like Forbes coming through the ranks. I doubt she would be in anyway sympathetic to a group like PA, but she has a lot of supporters, and they might well be the sort of real nationalists that the SNP has a grip on. The sort of people that maybe do not want a Muslim running the nation or having Third World migrants living in hotels at taxpayers’ expense.
The media are showing themselves, once again, to be overly biased against the White woman. And people are noticing. They’re also starting to get very bored of the LGBT advocates kicking off at the slightest criticism toward them or when someone doesn’t open every door for them. Rainbow fatigue is starting to take its toll on the public, it might even split the SNP.
So it’s not all doom and gloom!