Monday, 4 June 2012

Other Blog

Although I no longer post here, I do have another blog called Islam Versus Europe where I write about the effect Islamic colonisation is having on Europe as a whole. Scottish stories are featured there sometimes.

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Leaving Scotland to its Fate

I am going to be leaving Scotland soon to live abroad so I will stop this blog here. I hope someone else will take up the torch.

Scotland is being islamised in the same way the rest of Europe has been islamised and the effects will be the same. The other countries of Europe that experienced this didn't know how it would turn out. It was a new phenomenon. They had no precedents to guide them. We don't have that excuse. All we have to do is look around the rest of the continent and see what a disaster third-world immigration, and most especially Muslim immigration, has been for the indigenous people of Europe.

In this light, the decision of Scotland's political elites to throw open the gates to mass third-world immigration amounts to criminal negligence and malfeasance in office.

England's two largest cities now have a majority of third-world origin pupils in their primary schools. The English have had their cities taken away from them. In 50 years, if current trends continue, it will be the same in Glasgow and Edinburgh.

In the person of Humza Yousaf, Scotland now has a jihad operative at the heart of Scottish politics. His cousin Osama Saeed, who praised the now-deceased Jihad leader Anwar Al-Awlaki, was a former spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood front group, the Muslim Council of Britain. As directors of the Scottish Islamic Foundation, they plundered the Scottish exchequer together for hundreds of thousands of pounds. Yousaf has demonstrable connections to Muslim extremists. Under the auspices of the Scottish Islamic Foundation, he introduced a known jihadist, a Hamas operative described as a terrorist commander by both the BBC and the US State Department, to a Scottish government minister. Yousaf was present at the meeting. The document attesting to this is available on the Scottish government website.

Despite Yousaf's shadowy past, not a word of critique or even inquiry about it has been uttered by the collection of third-rate simpletons who pass for journalists in Scotland. These clowns still think Islam is a religion of peace and anyone who thinks otherwise must be an admirer of Adolf Hitler. Understanding will eventually dawn on them, as it eventually dawns on any people experiencing Muslim colonisation. But the sooner this understanding comes, the more damage can be averted. I hope some other blogger will take up the cause and act as watchman. Because, though no journalist or politician will say so, the enemy is now inside the gates.

Friday, 18 November 2011

Kriss Donald Killer Imran Shahid Loses Human Rights Bid

The leader of a gang jailed for the racist murder of a Glasgow schoolboy has lost a bid to win damages for being held in solitary confinement in prison.

Imran Shahid is serving a minimum of 25 years for murdering Kriss Donald in 2004.

He had raised an action at the Court of Session in Edinburgh claiming that his segregation violated his human rights.

But judge Lord Malcolm rejected this, agreeing that segregation was necessary for safety reasons.

Shahid was recently attacked in prison after being returned to the mainstream population.

The 34-year-old, his brother Zeeshan Shahid and Faisal Mushtaq were all sentenced to life in November 2006 after being found guilty of murdering the 15-year-old.

Kriss Donald was abducted in the Pollokshields area of Glasgow, stabbed several times, then set on fire.

Substantial risk
During his time in the Scottish jail system, Shahid has spent four years and eight months in segregation.

He claimed this amounted to inhuman or degrading treatment and was contrary to the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).

He also maintained that there had been interference with his right to respect for private life under the ECHR.

As part of the action he raised a claim for compensation of £6,000, although his counsel Simon Collins QC accepted that any damages award would be modest.

Judge Lord Malcolm
In his judgement Lord Malcolm said: "Given the nature of his crime there was a high level of feeling against him in the prison population.

"The relevant officials, charged with making decisions concerning his management, considered that he would be at substantial risk of serious harm if returned to the mainstream population.

"Given the information which they had, they would have been open to very serious criticism, and indeed legal action, had he been placed in mainstream and come to harm.

"While such a lengthy period of segregation is a cause for concern, its purpose was legitimate. It was directed towards the petitioner's own safety and protection from the potential for serious injury or worse."

Lord Malcolm added: "The response was proportionate. Throughout the ultimate goal of reintegration was maintained."

The SPS maintained that within the prison population there had been a high level of feeling against Shahid because of the murder and at the time the view was taken that to place him in with mainstream prisoners would leave him at serious risk of attack.

The Scottish government regularly granted applications to governors for the renewal of his segregation.
Source: BBC

Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Scots Attacked by North Africans in Brussels Metro

Brussels and Marseilles are the two most islamised cities in Europe. Both are becoming increasingly dangerous for infidels.
Yesterday, flandersnews.be reported that there were a total of four violent incidents on the Brussels metro on Saturday evening. One of the incidents quoted was a fight involving a group of British tourists and North African youths. Having read yesterday's article, Mr Calum Sellars of Glasgow, Scotland has given us his account of Saturday evening’s incident on the platform of the Clemenceau metro station in Anderlecht.

Mr Sellars gives a very different account of events that those given in the media on Monday. Having been involved in Saturday’s incident, he searched the internet for reports of it.

He came across our report on flandersnews.be. The report was based on information from several sources including the press agency Belga and the Brussels regional news site brusselnieuws.be.

Nevertheless, Mr Sellars says that a number of key facts were missing.

“Firstly, the majority of our group were actually females (there were only 7-8 males in the group). Secondly, four of these females were seriously assaulted. One was hit with a glass bottle, the other with a brick and another was punched in the face. The fourth girl was rushed to hospital because a piece of glass had cut her eye and it was thought at one point that she would have to have surgery.”

Mr Sellars goes on to write that there were far more than ten North Africans involved and that he believes that the attack was planned.

“It was completely unprovoked and CCTV images will certainly confirm this. While our group tried to defend ourselves we were constantly bombarded with bricks and glass bottles.”

He also criticises the attitude of the police. “When the police arrived they were very unhelpful. They were disinterested in anything we had to say and failed to catch any of the attackers who stayed within the vicinity for some time after the incident.”
Source: FlandersNews

Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Scottish Newspapers' Dishonesty Revealed

Various newspapers have stories about David Livingstone's newly-revealed diaries today. The diaries tell of an incident in which Livingstone witnessed hundreds of negroes being massacred by Arabs. You can read a fuller account of this on my other site here.

From our perspective, though, the most important point is how political correctness has caused the Herald to omit key parts of the story. It quotes Livingstone's account of the massacre as follows:
The diary showed Livingstone was horrified by the massacre, as three Arab slavers with guns entered the market in Nyangwe, a Congolese village, where 1500 people were gathered, most of them women.

“Fifty yards off two guns were fired and a general flight took place ... shot after shot followed on the terrified fugitives ... great numbers died ... it is awful ... terrible, a dreadful world this,’ wrote Livingstone.

“As I write, shot after shot falls on the fugitives on the other side [of the river] who are wailing loudly over those they know are already slain ... Oh let thy kingdom come.”
Source: The Herald

The Times, though, offers us fuller extracts from the diaries, allowing us to see what the Herald chose to leave out.
Fearing that some of his own men had been responsible for 400 deaths that day, in the original version he wrote: “[S]hot after shot followed on the terrified fugitives — great numbers died — and a worthless Moslem asserted that all was done by the people of the English . . . It is awful — terrible.”

Within a year, he had written a new “official” account of the massacre: “Two wretched Moslems asserted ‘that the firing was done by the people of the English’. I asked one of them why he lied so and he could utter no excuse . . . he stood abashed before me and telling him not to tell palpable falsehoods left him gaping.”
Source: The Times (£)
So, just to be politically correct, the Herald chose to leave out the key part about Livingstone blaming the 'worthless Moslem' and 'wretched Moslems'. Shameful.

The Scotsman's account here could even be considered worse than the Herald's. It doesn't quote from the diaries at all. Nor does it mention that the perpetrators were Arabs. The natural inference of most readers would then be that they were Europeans. Thanks to unceasing propaganda, most people now believe that the slave trade was a uniquely European phenomenon. The fact that the Muslims had been operating a slave trade in Africa for almost 1000 years before the Europeans got involved is completely unknown to most people. And the Scotsman obviously wants it to stay that way.

People need to realise we are living in a Soviet-like media environment, one in which almost all mainstream sources display relentless and systematic dishonesty as they defend the multicult ideology of the ruling elite.

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Scots Urged to Embrace Their Own Extinction


World population from 6 billion to 7 billion people

Source: Bits of Science

The propaganda for the European genocide is in full swing this week. As you can see from the graphic above, almost none of the net increase in the world's population from 6 to 7 billion came from Europe. Despite that, we are told that Scots need to have fewer children to make room for those with duskier complexions.
ONE of Scotland’s most eminent scientists has argued that couples in the UK should have no more than two children to help tackle the world’s soaring population.

Professor Sir Ian Wilmut puts forward his controversial views in today’s Scotsman as the number of people on the planet officially hits seven billion.

The professor of reproductive biology, most famous for his role in cloning Dolly the Sheep, argues that “population control is essential and beneficial even in countries like our own” because of the strain such a large number of people place on the planet’s resources.

He adds: “What is needed now is government promotion of the fact that having more than two children is imposing unacceptable demands upon the environment.”

...Writing an article called Population and consumption the twin determinants of our fate in The Scotsman today, Prof Wilmut said that even in the UK there are “obvious effects of human activity upon the rural environment”.

And he said although it would be “perverse” to remove the financial support that ensures children in the UK have a good start, there should be “social encouragement for those who choose not to have children or have only one child”.

...Prof Wilmut is the latest in a long line of well-known figures to promote the idea of having fewer children.

Broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough, environmentalist Jonathan Porrit, primatologist Jane Goodall, television presenter Chris Packham and former American vice-president Al Gore have all in the past sparked controversy by making similar comments.
Source: The Scotsman

Monday, 31 October 2011

Salmond's 'Friends in the Gulf'

Salmond seeks Middle East investors

Last updated 1 Nov 2011 - 2:25 am

First Minister Alex Salmond has said Scotland could offer attractive 'investment opportunities' to Gulf states
Scotland could offer attractive investment opportunities to its "friends in the Gulf", First Minister Alex Salmond has said.

Mr Salmond, on a five-day trip to Qatar and United Arab Emirates, will meet representatives from Abu Dhabi Investment Authority to discuss possible joint working between UAE and Scotland on infrastructure projects.

Scottish Enterprise chief executive Lena Wilson and other leading business figures will also be at the forthcoming meeting.

Speaking before it, Mr Salmond said leading figures in both Qatar and UAE had "expressed their confidence in Scotland's economic strategy".

The meeting with the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi government, is "an opportunity to talk in more detail about some of the unique opportunities Scotland can offer".

Mr Salmond went on: "Worldwide market forces make this an attractive time to invest in long-term, viable capital projects. I am confident that the Scottish Government's commitment to capital investment for long-term growth will make Scotland an attractive partner for our friends in the Gulf."

The talks come after the First Minister spent two days in Qatar where he discussed strengthening links with Scotland with Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani, emir of Qatar, and Sheikh Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jabr Al Thani, prime minister and foreign minister.

Mr Salmond said: "The economies of Qatar and the UAE continue to perform well as they seek to diversify. They share Scotland's commitment to sustainable capital investment which will secure the long-term future of our respective economies.

"In the current economic circumstances, capital investment must be a priority in both the public and private sector. Scotland offers many attractive business opportunities, particularly in renewables and infrastructure, which offer the prospects of good returns for substantial investors.

"Now is the time to invest, which is why I am visiting both Qatar and the UAE this week."
Source: The Herald