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sam adams
Wed Oct 28 11:47:44

Some Uk police departments say they will be willing to enter private homes to break up family holiday gatherings.
Wed Oct 28 11:49:29
Pretty sure Christmas is more than "8 weeks" away...
sam adams
Wed Oct 28 11:54:12

Also there are apperently too many white people in scotland. Replace white people in scotland. For social justice! Ya!
Wed Oct 28 12:14:16
Scotland is 96% white, for the record. You would think that the Scottish judiciary should have a similar percentage of white people.

Wed Oct 28 15:12:40
“If you come to my country and you put a white person in charge of a programme – when I could do that job, when I know my local community – that’s what Black Lives Matter means to me. That is white privilege.”

Lol. It's WP to get a job in another country. It's WP to not give it to a minority in your own.

Classic Seb
Wed Oct 28 15:43:36
Yep, its white privilege to run a country that is historically white, has a history of outsiders trying to seize power, and is currently 96% white...

Wed Oct 28 17:31:18
Scotland has gone full retard:

"Conversations over the dinner table that incite hatred must be prosecuted under Scotland’s hate crime law, the justice secretary has said.

Journalists and theatre directors should also face the courts if their work is deemed to deliberately stoke up prejudice, Humza Yousaf said.

The Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill has been condemned by critics including the Scottish Catholic Church, police representatives, academics and artists. It will introduce an offence of stirring-up of hatred against people with protected characteristics, including disability, sexual orientation and age.

The bill is loosely based on the Public Order Act 1986, which outlaws threatening, abusive or insulting words and behaviour but includes a “dwelling defence” that states the threatening language cannot be prosecuted if it is spoken in a private home.

Mr Yousaf said that there should be no “dwelling defence” in his bill. He told the Scottish parliament’s justice committee that children, family and house guests must be protected from hate speech. He told MSPs: “Are we comfortable giving a defence to somebody whose behaviour is threatening or abusive which is intentionally stirring up hatred against, for example, Muslims? Are we saying that that is justified because that is in the home? . . . If your intention was to stir up hatred against Jews . . . then I think that deserves criminal sanction.”

Mr Yousaf said theatre directors and journalists should not be exempt from the bill, to prevent activists stoking tensions under the cloak of dramatic licence or freedom of expression. He said: “We wouldn’t want to give the likes of Tommy Robinson a defence by saying that he’s ‘a blogger who writes for The Patriot Times so my reasonable defence is that I am a journalist’.”"

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