30 Scottish thugs try to stop UKIP’s march

Jim has left a new comment on your post “30 Scottish thugs try to stop UKIP’s march“: 

They weren’t all Scots. One was a public schoolboy from Harrow…. Mr Crema. They’re part of ‘Radical Independence’. All the usual lefties with no fixed ties to the SNP or official ‘Yes Scotland’ independence group.
As usual the media are twisting the story to attack the SNP. Looks like a dirty tricks op. 

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According to Mr Scott-Hayward, the UKIP group were heckled in the pub and the duty manager asked for the premises to be cleared after protestors started becoming rowdy. He said Mr Farage was unable to get into a taxi because of the melee outside and the party leader was escorted back to the pub by police to take refuge, leaving UKIP members including Mr Scott-Hayward and Aberdeen Donside by-election candidate Otto Inglis outside.
As Mr Farage was conveyed back to his hotel by police, officers escorted Mr Scott-Hayward and colleagues to safety.
“They brought Nigel out and into the police van, at which point the crowd turned their attention to me,” Mr Scott-Hayward said. “I don’t think there’s anything I can quote apart from ‘you’re not wanted here’.
“I live here. They say I’m anti-immigration, but I’m an immigrant. Nothing they were saying had any official basis, it was just hate.
“There were 30-odd scumbags — hate-filled people who give Scotland an utterly disgusting image. They don’t represent Scotland and I hope nobody thinks Scotland is represented by these people.”

http://www.thecourier.co.uk/news/scotland/ukip-s-scotland-chairman-feared-stabbing-from-demonic-mob-in-edinburgh-1.94483

TAP – How come 30 people were allowed to stop a political visit to Scotland.  The police saved the people from getting hurt, but surely they could have arrested thirty yobs and the visit could have gone on.  No doubt their instructions from on high were clear.  Save them, but stop their show.

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12 Responses to “30 Scottish thugs try to stop UKIP’s march”

  1. Jim says:

    They weren’t all Scots. One was a public schoolboy from Harrow…. Mr Crema. They’re part of ‘Radical Independence’. All the usual lefties with no fixed ties to the SNP or official ‘Yes Scotland’ independence group.
    As usual the media are twisting the story to attack the SNP. Looks like a dirty tricks op.

  2. Anonymous says:

    arrest people for what? demonstrating against an elected politician? if he was inside a public /private building perhaps their would be a case for that but if you try to hold a press meeting inside an Edinburgh pub then you have to accept that it might not go to plan.

  3. Chris Jones says:

    Farrage going to Scotland and telling the Scots that they should’nt run their own affairs is a bit of a double standard seeing as that’s exactly what Farrage is protesting against in terms of EU control…

  4. Tapestry says:

    UKIP gets 5% of the votes in Scotland.

  5. Chris Jones says:

    What Jim is saying above seems to be likely though – looks like a potential dirty trick op by non SNP mercenaries – allthough thats based on pure speculation by myself. If UKIPS vote is so low there, there wouldnt seem to be need for such protest

  6. Road_Hog says:

    UKIP got a Welsh MEP for the first time in the 2009 EU elections.

    I suspect that in 2013 they will pick up a Scottish MEP because of the PR voting system.

    Quite frankly I hope the Scottish vote for independence, because I’ve had enough of their whinging.

    PS Tap, the first comment is spam.

  7. Anonymous says:

    People in the rest of the UK often don’t realise that most people ( including me) vote SNP DESPITE the ‘independence’ nonsence not because of it since they are the only party with any degree of competence in the day to day running of the the country .
    As for the UKIP protest they are the same rent a mob that have regular protests at Faslane nuclear base, and other ‘leftie’ causes the attempt by the media to give it a larger significance does not stand up.
    While UKIP are not my cup of tea its clear they are going to cause a shock in the next Scottish parlament elections not least due to the PR system.

  8. Tapestry says:

    Setting the thugs on UKIP will no doubt prove counterproductive.

  9. Road_Hog says:

    “Setting the thugs on UKIP will no doubt prove counter-productive.”

    Oh yes indeed.

    I can’t wait to see Scotland go its on way.

  10. Twig says:

    Chris Jones said…
    “Farage going to Scotland and telling the Scots that they should’nt run their own affairs is a bit of a double standard seeing as that’s exactly what Farrage is protesting against in terms of EU control…”

    Chris, Farage isn’t saying they shouldn’t run their own affairs.
    Scotland’s membership of the UK is completely different to the UK’s membership of the EU.

    The most obvious difference is that Scotland doesn’t need to pay £53 million per day to get access to UK markets.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Ita all pantomime. The same impressionable students similar to the UAF (Urinate Against Freedom) led by Machivellian Zionists went around chasing the other controlled opposition party, the BNP. All done to give the more politically aware sheeple the idea that its not all stage mangaged from the start.

    Politics is BOLLOX, there never has been any choice. Choose your political leader, choose your team, choose your religion…nothing changes.

    The only choice you ever had was to either obey and play their game of state organised theft or opt out and disengage.

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