Holy racist, Batman! When you think of Scottish people throughout history, how many black people do you think of? The correct answer is none, because traditionally — until Europe imported the Middle East and northern Africa to make the continent their new homes — Scottish people are white.
And let’s be clear, that’s not a racist statement. That’s a fact. It’s not a slight against any other segment of people, it’s merely a statement of historical observation.
However, one person that absolutely is racist apparently is Scotland’s new leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), Hamza Yousaf, and “is set to become first minister of Scotland,” according to reports.
Journey back to 2020, when Yousaf was addressing Scottish Parliament and went on one of his racist tirades about how the leadership in Scottish politics are all white.
Say hello to Humza Yousaf, Scotland’s new leader. pic.twitter.com/xkssDerMho— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) March 27, 2023
How stupid. That would be like a white guy complaining that the government of Kenya was too black. Yeah, maybe because that’s who inhabits that land, historically.
But that’s not all. Apparently, Yousaf also used the controversial death of George Floyd two weeks after the incident in order to convey his dismay over Scottish Parliament not having any black members.
To our shame, there are no Black Members of the Scottish Parliament. There was no Black voice in today's debate on anti-racism, so I wanted to make sure the last words in the debate were the last words uttered by #GeorgeFloyd - never forget them.— Humza Yousaf (@HumzaYousaf) June 10, 2020
Vid credit @Political_AlanS pic.twitter.com/FiPfhOlsL2
However, Yousaf didn’t step down from his position within that same government in order to give it to a black man. No, these governmental and racist Karens never practice what they preach. If they did, they’d have nothing to complain about.
Hamza Yousef, you sir are a racist. Good job, people of Scotland. You picked a real winner here.
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