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Mar 01

Scotland will give asylum to Ugandans

Ugandan homosexual activists have learnt well from Western pro-sodomy propaganda.

Ugandan homosexual activists have learnt from Western pro-sodomy propaganda in their use of rainbow colours and moving the debate away from sex and onto ‘love’.

An independent Scotland will give asylum to Ugandans who consider themselves persecuted by anti-gay laws, reports The Herald.

Humza Yousaf, Scotland’s Minister For External Affairs, has written to UK Foreign Secretary William Hague detailing the Scottish Government’s gesture to welcome “any Ugandan” persecuted by the new laws.

He also intends to raise the matter with Ugandan ministers at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this summer.

Unless William Hague follows suit, the measure would need Scottish independence before coming into force.  It is however unlikely that the ‘No’ camp will use the announcement in the independence debate, so entrenched is the pro-homosexual position in British politics and media.

Humza Yousef. What tartan is that?

Humza Yousaf. Which tartan is that? If not Clan Yousaf, can anyone shed any light?

Humza Yousaf, 29, was elected via the Mixed Member Proportional Representation from the Party List.  He has been a spokesman for Islamic Relief.  Having a soft spot for sodomites is not normally an Islamic trait.

In his letter Mr Yousaf urges Mr Hague “to offer asylum to any Ugandans who feels threatened or persecuted by the legis­lation”, adding that “Scotland will play her part in providing asylum for those seeking refuge from this draconian legislation”.

He adds that during the Games “no one from any part of the Commonwealth who visits Scotland will be under any doubt about our values as a welcoming, open and tolerant society”.

But not tolerant of African values or Christian virtue, of course.

The announcement raises questions.  Nigeria, the biggest country in Africa, and also a Commonwealth member, has a recently-enacted law which also outlaws homosexual propaganda.  Will Humza extend Scotland’s offer to Nigerians?

Africans are resourceful people and not devoid of acting skills.  It is easy to claim to be homosexual and impossible to disprove.  Scotland can look forward to a flood of applications for asylum if independence goes through.

 

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  1. Rox

    I think the prospect of Scotland being flooded with homosexual Africans and Arabs is likely to deter some people from voting for its independence in the referendum.

    I don’t understand how Scotland can already have a Minister for External Affairs when it isn’t responsible for its external affairs .

    1. Stephen

      I see a business opportunity for someone, setting up training schools to teach Africans how to pretend to be gay in order to claim asylum in Scotland (when and if it gets a Minister for External Affairs who is actually responsible for its external affairs).

  2. Frankie

    >”“no one from any part of the Commonwealth who visits Scotland will be under any doubt about our values as a welcoming, open and tolerant society”.

    But not tolerant of African values or Christian virtue, of course.”

    At what stage does intolerance of Christian virtue extend to allowing people of differing beliefs or sexual orientation asylum from a country that seeks to persecute them?

    If you expect people to be tolerant of Christian virtues, you can’t then expect to have the right to be intolerant towards the beliefs and sexual orientation of others.

    1. Stephen

      Uganda is not ‘persecuting’ ‘people of differing beliefs or sexual orientation.’

      Uganda is seeking to prevent well-funded Western homosexuals from corrupting their youth and their society.

      Make no mistake, there would be no pro-sodomy movement in Uganda or anywhere in Africa were it not funded from America and Europe.

    2. Rox

      It’s a familiar truism to say that if a person or a society is tolerant, it doesn’t make sense to be tolerant of intolerance.

      1. Stephen

        So they preach tolerance but don’t practice it.

  3. Chris

    “But not tolerant of African values or Christian virtue, of course.”

    Did you just describe saving gay people’s lives as intolerant?

    1. Stephen

      Let’s just get one thing clear. The only homosexual killed recently in Uganda was activist David Kato. So was he put to death by the state? No. Was he perchance assassinated by a homophobic mob? No. He was murdered by his rent-boy lover in a row about fees for sexual services.

      So if you are a political leader who wants to save ‘gay people’s lives’, the best thing you can do is crack down on acts of sodomy and all the gay subculture, whilst encouraging the Church to preach Jesus Christ and the saving and healing power of his precious blood. And that power is available to you, too, Chris.

  4. Stephen Hayes

    It is fascinating to note the alliance between the homophile political left and Islam. What is it that connects them other that a mutual loathing of Christianity?

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