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Police Scotland ‘Can’t Cope’ With Flood of Hate Speech Reports as 8,000 Flood in During First Week of Draconian Law.


Only last week Neil Oliver said that the knew draconian hate crime laws that were coming into being in his homeland of Scotland would incite “mischief” from people just determined to cause trouble for their neighbors or for people they have a beef with by accusing them of having stirred up hatred.” His predictions may have been right as it has been reported that Police Scotland has been overwhelmed by a flood of reports after the controversial Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Act 2021 came into force last Monday, criminalising the opaquely-worded “stirring up hatred” towards protected groups, such as the so-called LGBTQ2AIS community, among others. In the first week alone there have been approximately 8,000 reports surpassing the annual total for hate crimes in general of any other year.

Neil Oliver, warned that Scotland is “leading the way into a new darkness borne of the power hungry sensorial attitudes of those in office,” but, as he also pointed out that “The police, members of the legal profession and others well qualified to comment have warned that the authorities will be flooded with complaint and allegations of hate crime by anyone and everyone with an axe to grind against an enemy, or against an opponent.” and just as expected, the law enforcement in Scotland has claimed that it “can’t cope” with the staggering number of reports flooding into police stations. It is just never going to be sustainable.

Police Scotland received around 8,000 complaints under the law in the first seven days of its implementation, and according to analysis by The Telegraph, if this trend continues it would surpass the total number of crimes reported annually (416,000). The broadsheet also noted that the number of supposed hate speech violations reported to police in the first week surpassed the total number of hate crimes as a whole recorded in any full year in Scotland.

People Power

It is very likely, this is a result of the power of the people, as one commenter revealed that “a plethora of people are submitting hate crime complaints purely to create the chaos. Nobody in Scotland voted for this. it wasn’t on any political parties manifesto or election pledges. It’s been rammed through by a small group of people and does not reflect the wishes of our society. So, we intend to bury our police force under such a mountain of complaints that they either abandon or fail to resource it. the latter being more likely as they are already under resourced. It’s a disgrace and we’re not having it. (Source).

An article in Breitbart reported that the chairman of the Scottish Police Federation David Threadgold warned that the man-power hours required to deal with such a large number of complaints will impact the police force’s ability to deal with actual crimes, with the force already failing to solve a growing number of crimes like sexual assault, shoplifting, and car theft. Scotland has also been plagued by a drug epidemic, with the small nation having the highest drug-related deaths per capita in all of Europe.

“Police Scotland have gone public and said that on every occasion, reports of hate crime will be investigated,” he said, explaining: “That creates a situation where we simply cannot cope at the moment. Officers have been brought back in to do overtime shifts and the management of that is simply unsustainable.” Threadgold went on to suggest that the law was being “weaponised” by the public in order to settle personal grudges against fellow citizens or to wage political feuds, while suggesting that the government encouraging the public to report instances of “hate” has clearly blown up in their face. “The bottom line is should this demand remain, the police service will have to deal with it but that will clearly impact on other areas of policing,” he said.

Hypocrisy and Bias

The police have also already faced accusations of hypocrisy in the handling of hate speech reports. On Sunday, the Daily Mail reported that a relative of a Scottish National Party (SNP) government minister had avoided a criminal investigation under the law over a post on social media mashing up the Nazi swastika and the Jewish Star of David with the caption “Nazism = Zionism”.

According to the paper, the woman who reported the post to the police — a former police officer, herself — was told that the complaint would not be pursued because she was not Jewish.

Police Scotland have also been accused of bias after they refused to log so-called non-hate crime incidents against Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling and Scottish First Minister Humza Yousaf — despite receiving numerous reports against the pair — while previously logging a non-hate crime incident against Tory MSP Murdo Fraser for comparing people claiming to be “non-binary” to people who identify as cats.

“There’s actually a fairly significant point, because in relation to the first minister, either the police are going to treat an opposition politician in Scotland like myself differently from the way they treat the SNP first minister which would be an absolute outrage, or the police in Scotland agree to say that Scotland’s first minister is responsible for a hate incident,” Fraser said last week.

Meanwhile, despite the onslaught of reports to police during the first week, there is little support for the draconian speech codes, which come with a penalty of up to seven years in prison. A survey last week found that just 21 per cent of the public supported the law, while 45 per cent were in favour of abolishing the legislation.

The lack of support and the chaos surrounding his hallmark legislation, which he personally spearheaded during his time as Nicola Sturgeon’s justice minister, will serve a further blow for First Minister Humza Yousaf as the UK heads towards a general election, although the regional Scottish government isn’t due to be up for a vote until 2026. According to an Ipsos poll released last week, 70 per cent of Scots were in favour of removing Yousaf and his cabinet after “years of division and decline”.  Furthermore, less than 30 per cent of respondents were in agreement with calling the current government “competent” compared to 46 per cent who felt that Yousaf’s government was incompetent.

Like in England with the failing of the Tories, the SNP’s decline in support looks to be a boon for the left-wing Labour Party, which is projected to take control over the parliaments in Westminster and Holyrood at the general election. Despite the hate speech law’s unpopularity, the Scottish Labour Party has said that it would not seek to abolish the bill if put into power in Edinburgh. Source

Evil is now here in Scotland, but it’s coming your way SOON!

As Neil Oliver says, “what has been imposed on the people of Scotland today will surely find its way onto statute books around Britain and around the world. Sooner or later the abomination in Scotland though described by the dean of the faculty of advocates Rod Dunlop as a disaster waiting to happen is best described I say as bad law and bad law is what happens when politicians and their masters, the corporations, and the banks and the non-governmental organizations and what have you that set out to rule and not to serve.

Neil Oliver continues with important points and that essentially it is the people who have the power,

What we’ve got in Scotland now is a consequence of years it’s not just in Scotland it’s throughout Britain what we’ve got is the consequence of centuries actually of over mighty administrations seeking to hide from the people they should be serving the lawful truth of the relationship between officeholders and the Sovereign people of the country scheming power hungry politicians and their collaborators would have the people believe that we are governed by them that once elected by a majority that they are in power among the many truths they seek to conceal is that they are only in office no more than administrators and that the only power in existence is the power of the sovereign people that the people never surrender any politician who claims Parliament is Sovereign is either mistaken or lying.

Either way the claim is in breach of the constitution which was and remains out of reach of meddlesome here today going tomorrow politicians. It stands the simple reason that any admin administration any government will, if it can use legislation that it writs to write itself into higher power and it’s that precise inevitable temptation that our constitution was written eight centuries ago and counting to prohibit any legislation that an administration comes up with and writes and passes through parliament is only that it’s legislation open at all times to being struck down not just by succeeding administrations, but by the people of the land in real time every minute of the day.

The constitution by which we live is not statute It’s not mere legislation and so it cannot be amended in any way by legislators which is all the administration actually are that too few people understand the careful protections written into our constitution to keep us safe at all times from those in pursuit of power. Kings, Emperors, governments that too many people have failed to grasp their own reality is one of the great tragedies of our present and our history.

There is a profound difference between legislation and law in the end it’s the common law, also called the law of the land that is superior and most important of all always beyond the reach of administrations if the day comes when people are at the mercy of an administration that has the power both to write legislation and impose the punishment for any breach of that legislation then the people are no longer free in any way on the contrary they have submitted willingly or unwillingly to lives lived under dictatorship and the warning signs of this sly perfidious slight of hand by the latest crop of politicians are all around us.”

The full video of Neil Oliver’s opinion of the hate speech can be viewed below.

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