I have great news for you. Many of you have been under the false impression that I am a 56 year old Scottish minister with not much hair. This is just not true and I feel I should sue you for hate crime. I am in fact 36 with a full head of hair and I would like to identify as Chinese. I know … Continue reading The Real Rip Van Winkle – A Self-Identity too far?
The Dundee Courier have this report today on the police/Scottish government Hate campaign. Note the police response from Chief Superintendent John McKenzie: “It would be inappropriate to comment on a matter of personal correspondence. Police Scotland welcomes correspondence and communication with members of the public.” It’s hard to believe both the inanity and the brass neck of that comment. First of all this is not … Continue reading HateGate – The Police Respond
The politicisation of the police is something that we should all be worried about. It is clear yesterdays article , The Political Police and the Slide to an Authoritarian State, that there are some groups and political causes that are being promoted and favoured by the police – they are encouraging these groups to report hate crimes, and dissuading others from doing so. The only … Continue reading The Political Police (part 2) and a Brilliant Letter
Poverty Safari is written by Darren McGarvey – perhaps better known as Loki a Glasgow rapper, performer and broadcaster. It is subtitled “Understanding the anger of Britain’s underclass”. Its a book that is still a best seller and has had rave reviews… “One of the best accounts of working class life I have read.” Nick Cohen, Guardian “Savage, wise and witty….It is hard to … Continue reading Poverty Safari – Darren McGarvey – An Important Book
You can support The Quantum of the Wee Flea fundraiser by clicking the link Patron.podbean.com/theweeflea Several people have asked about the sermon we did last Sunday evening on ‘God made humanity male and female’ so I have posted it below. But first I have included an open letter to Theresa May re a message she gave on the same subject. Compare and contrast. Dear Prime Minister, … Continue reading Two Messages, Two Different Kingdoms, One Answer
Police Scotland have replied to my (and many others) concerns about their anti-hate campaign I reported the police to themselves for breaching their own guidelines here Now they have replied…and it is an astonishing reply – As you may be aware, the following definitions are used by Police Scotland in relation to hate crimes and incidents. A hate crime is any crime which is perceived by the … Continue reading The Big Picture of the Big Brother State
John Nicholson an SNP leader and former MP showed just what the new campaign of tolerance, respect and love means for the SNP and Scottish Government when yesterday on the Andrew Marr show he referred to Christians in the Western Isles as ‘the Tartan Taliban’. For those who are not able to access the BBC Iplayer through the link above here is a transcript of … Continue reading The Tartan Taliban?
I have just fulfilled my civic duty and reported both Police Scotland and the Scottish Government for a ‘Hate Incident’ following this incident described yesterday. The ‘Hate’ Police are Now Here To Police Scotland and the Scottish Government I would like to report a Hate Crime. As the Scottish government and Police Scotland encourage us to do so- One Scotland Going home the other day I … Continue reading Police Scotland and the Scottish Government Reported for Hate Incident
America’s Disgrace I didn’t mean to do it. I didn’t have the time and I was not that interested. But once I started I found it hard to stop. It was a bit like watching a train wreck, or a really bad reality TV show – you know you shouldn’t and you know it’s a waste of time – but somehow you continue. What am … Continue reading America’s Disgrace
After Perth Pride we have now had the Dundee version. By all accounts Dundee Pride on Saturday was a great success – thousands of people from all over Scotland (according to the organisers 8,000) took part at some point. It was well attended and well-funded – Sponsors included Lush, Tay FM, Explore Dundee, the Bank of Scotland, Dundee University, Dundee City Council, Unison, Clarks Bakery, … Continue reading “I AM WHO I SAY I AM” – Reflections on Dundee Pride