Clown World: New 1st Minister of Scotland Rants About All the White People

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The prime ministers of England, Scotland and Ireland all come from the subcontinents with the election of Humza Yousef. Scottish nationalists picked Humza Yousaf, a race baiter, to be the country’s next leader on Monday after a bitterly fought contest that exposed deep divisions in his party over policy and a stalled independence campaign.

The 37-year-old practicing Muslim succeeds Nicola Sturgeon as leader of the governing Scottish National Party (SNP). He will take over as head of the semi-autonomous government once he wins an approval vote in the Scottish parliament, reports Reuters.

He doesn’t like white people in the overwhelmingly white nation!

“This guy Humza Yousaf that was just made the Scottish National Party leader seems really mad that SCOTLAND is a white country. This is like me complaining about a lack of Latinos in China. How did SNP voters hear this and vote him leader of Scotland,” Robby Starbuck tweeted?

Layah Heilpern wrote on Twitter: This is Scotland’s new leader. What’s the problem with white people? The UK is a white country. If Humza Yousaf doesn’t like white people, he should leave. Funny no one complains about the lack of white representation in Africa, Asia, or the Middle East.

The US has the same problem according to the Left – too many whites.

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Anonymous
Anonymous
2 months ago

What an Idiot!!!!!! Send him back to his own country!!!! How do the Scots put up with this bastard????

bigD
bigD
2 months ago

Not calling for violence, but enough people with cricket bats could take timely care of this POS. He sounds like a total racist.

Jeanne D'Arc
Jeanne D'Arc
2 months ago

My entire take on William Wallace and Robert the Bruce has shifted due to the fact of the Scottish desire to be humiliated and ethnically cleansed from Longshanks to this howling racist from foreign shores.

Papa
Papa
2 months ago

It’s “somewhat” surprising there are many people whose historical ethnicity has history of persecutions that are racist!

Jeanne D'Arc
Jeanne D'Arc
2 months ago
Reply to  Papa

Islam isn’t an ethnicity, but you must be trying to make that point. Are you referring to what was done in Africa to Blacks by Yousaf’s peeps, to the peoples of Northern Africa who refused their tyranny, or maybe the Spanish?

Last edited 2 months ago by Jeanne D'Arc
Papa
Papa
2 months ago
Reply to  Jeanne D'Arc

You are correct.

Actually referring to any group of people that were oppressed. Also referring to current individuals that have history of oppression of their group; but now are hating, desiring to hurt any other group. Maybe they have forgotten the historical history of their group.

Here are additional definitions of ethnicity from specific sources. These are broader definitions.

Britannica

Ethnicity refers to the identification of a group based on a perceived cultural distinctiveness that makes the group into a “people.” This distinctiveness is believed to be expressed in language, music, values, art, styles, literature, family life, religion, ritual, food, naming, public life, and material culture. This cultural comprehensiveness—a unique set of cultural characteristics perceived as expressing themselves in commonly unique ways across the sociocultural life of a population—characterizes the concept of ethnicity. It revolves around not just a “population,” a numerical entity, but a “people,” a comprehensively unique cultural entity.

Collins

Ethnicity is the state or fact of belonging to a particular ethnic group.

Oxford Learners

  1. [uncountable] the fact of belonging to a particular race or culture Many factors are important, for example class, gender, age, and ethnicity.
  2. [countable, usually plural] (formal) a group of people with a common cultural or national tradition We’re trying to recruit people of different races and ethnicities.

the fact of belonging to a particular ethnic group (= a group of people that share a cultural tradition)

  • Many factors are important, for example class, gender, age and ethnicity.
  • the diverse experience of women of different ethnicities

Oxford Reference

Quick ReferenceA term for the ethnic group to which people belong. Usually it refers to group identity based on culture, religion, traditions, and customs. In some contexts, it is a “politically correct” term equivalent to the word “race,” which may have pejorative associations.
From: ethnicity in A Dictionary of Public Health »
Subjects: ArchaeologyArt & Architecture Classical studiesHistoryLinguisticsLiteratureMedia studiesMusicPerforming artsPhilosophyReligionSociety and culture

Dictionary dot com

noun, plural eth·nic·i·ties.
an ethnic group; a social group that shares a common and distinctive culture, religion, language, or the like: Representatives of several ethnicities were present.
ethnic traits, background, allegiance, or association: The graph shows class enrollment by gender and ethnicity.

Merriam Webster

 ethnic quality or affiliation
aspects of ethnicity

a particular ethnic affiliation or group

National Cancer Institute

A term that refers to the social and cultural characteristics, backgrounds, or experiences shared by a group of people. These include language, religion, beliefs, values, and behaviors that are often handed down from one generation to the next. Some conditions or diseases, such as cancer, may be more common in certain ethnic groups than in others.

The Prisoner
The Prisoner
2 months ago

Anglo nations deserve what is happening to them, what they are doing to themselves. Fine, go extinct. In Christianity, suicide is a mortal sin.