Thursday, 20 September 2012

I find it interesting that British journalists are willing to talk about Yousaf's tangential connection to a European nationalist terrorist but are completely unwilling to talk about his much more substantial connection to a jihadist Hamas terrorist, which I have documented here.
SCOTLAND'S new 'Foreign Affairs' minister is under pressure after he spoke alongside a controversial Corsican politician linked to a violent separatist terrorist movement.

Humza Yousaf, the rising star of the SNP who was recently appointed External Affairs and International Relations, attended the 1st International Conference of Stateless Nations in Sardinia last month.

He addressed an audience of European separatists, including Catalans, Basques, Irish, Sardinians, Flemish and Venetians, on the SNP's independence campaign.

The Glasgow MSP was followed on stage by Jean Guy Talamoni, the leader of Corsica Libera, a radical party that refuses to renounce a campaign of terror waged against the French state.

He would be better advised to spend his time providing honest answers to questions about Scotland's place in Europe, rather than consorting with colleagues who share his break-up ambitions

Yesterday, Scottish Conservative constitution spokesman David McLetchie questioned Mr Yousaf's judgement in appearing alongside Mr Talamoni just days before he was appointed to his ministerial role.

He said: "Now that he is in the government, I trust Humza Yousaf will take more care in the company he keeps.

"He would be better advised to spend his time providing honest answers to questions about Scotland's place in Europe, rather than consorting with colleagues who share his break-up ambitions."

Corsica has been gripped by strife since the 1970s when the National Liberation Front of Corsica (FLNC) was founded to win independence from Paris through armed struggle.

Over the years, it has carried out dozens of murders, bombings and bank robberies, in both Corsica and mainland France.

It now operates as a kind of Mafia, extorting money from businesses in the form of "revolutionary taxes" and threatening French citizens and other "foreigners" who buy property on the island.
Source: Daily Express

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

He writes a column for the free paper "The Glaswegian". Stuff about making Glasgow global or some such trivia.

I used to be proud to be Scottish with all Scotland's wonderful achievements but this Scottish government are making me embarassed.

Anonymous said...

I wonder what he will do for the 35 million Scottish diaspora given he is a foreignor. Unless he gives us all passports then he is nothing but an illegal occupier settler and I recommend the Hamas solution for him

Anonymous said...

Just because Muslims demonstrate on OUR streetm does not make them Scottish. They might live here, but they will NEVER be Scottish

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