July 10, 2015
These people are attempting to conquer us. When we give them political power, they use that power to increase their power as an outsider group trying to take over.
How can anyone possibly be blind to this, while they are doing it right in front of your face?
The Islamist-linked radical at the heart of Scotland’s devolved government has castigated David Cameron for not signing up to the European Union plan to welcome thousands of Mediterranean boat migrants to Britain. He says the nation has a “moral obligation” to act.
Scottish minister Humza Yousaf made the comments yesterday after meeting with the chief executive of the Refugee Council, opening a potentially serious rift with the Westminster government over how to deal with the great volumes of people now crossing the Mediterranean. Despite Britain not participating in the European Union plan to relocate 40,000 of the migrants who have arrived in Greece and Italy already, many still continue to come here, attempting to illegally board trains and lorries to cross the English channel.
Yousaf wants Scotland to throw the doors open to migrants from around the world – he has long campaigned for Scotland to accept ‘Palestinian refugees’, but British borders are controlled from Westminster, not Edinburgh. Saying he was “hugely disappointed” by the British government, Yousaf remarked:
“By refusing to take its fair share of vulnerable migrants the UK has turned its back on those in desperate need of help and failed to recognise the part it should play – as a full member state – in the EU’s collective responsibility to address this crisis.
”The Scottish Government wholeheartedly disagrees with the UK’s refusal to partake in the EU’s relocation scheme, and I once again urge the Prime Minister to reconsider his position on this vital issue. Doing so will save lives”.
“More can and should be done to help migrants who have crossed the Mediterranean. At the very least the UK should stand alongside other member states and take its proportionate share so that we in Scotland can do the same.”