The country of Scotland, long a bastion of governmental leftism, has sworn in an openly anti-white Muslim First Minister to lead the nation, the result of decades of targeted Islamic migration into continental Europe, the British Isles, and Western Civilization as a whole.
Humza Yousaf, who is of Pakistani origin, became Scotland’s First Minister this week following a leadership election among the ruling Scottish National Party, which sits on the far-left wing of the political spectrum in most categories. The leadership election, which only includes party members, came after Yousaf’s predecessor, Nicola Sturgeon, resigned.
Yousaf has far-left plans for Scotland, and support for open borders and the transgender movement make up a large part of his and his party’s platform. During his swearing-in ceremony, Yousaf wore traditional Islamic Pakistani garb and has very openly called for Scotland to be made less white.
In a recent interview with LBC, a large British radio station, he compared himself as a Muslim to transgenders, claiming that both groups are victims of discrimination by the Scottish People and the British government in London, which has some power over Scotland’s national government.
“I’m a minority,” Yousef told LBC just over a week ago when he was still a candidate to be the leader of the Scottish National Party.
“My rights have been under attack for many years, and often particularly hard post-9/11,” he went on, claiming to be a victim of the nation he wants to lead.
Yousaf has frequently complained that in the Scottish government, a nation that’s roughly 96% white, he is frequently the “only non-white person” in meetings that he attends. In a speech he made before Scotland’s parliament, he lamented that most positions in government are occupied by actual Scots, rattling off a list of governmental positions and emphatically stating “white!” after each of them, to describe the incumbents.
On his first night in the Bute House, the official residence of Scotland’s First Minister, Yousaf says that he and his family spent the night engaging in Islamic prayer, posting photographs of it online in what’s been compared to a public conquest ritual by social media users.
My family and I spending our first night in Bute House after today's parliamentary vote. A special moment leading my family in prayer in Bute House as is customary after breaking fast together. pic.twitter.com/yjPY1vpJMB
— Humza Yousaf (@HumzaYousaf) March 28, 2023
The installation of Yousaf as First Minister of Scotland comes just a few months after Rishi Sunak was elected Prime Minister of England, becoming that nation’s first Prime Minister of foreign origin as well. Unlike, Yousaf, Sunak was actually born in the country he now leads.