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Humza Yousaf

Humza Yousaf
(حمزہ یوسف)
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Personal life
Date and place of birth April 7, 1985
Glasgow, Scotland
Parents Muzaffar Yousaf
Shaaista Bhutta
Claimed religion Islam
Education University of Glasgow
Spouse Gail Lithgoe (divorced)
Nadia El-Naka
Children 1
Dictatorial career
Country Scotland; devolved administration within the United Kingdom.
Military service None
Highest rank attained First Minister (vazir-e a'zam)
Political beliefs Islamic Socialism
Sharia law[1]
Political party Scottish National Party
Date of dictatorship March 28, 2023 - present
Wars started
Number of deaths attributed

Humza Haroon Yousaf (Urdu: حمزہ ہارون یوسف), often nicknamed Humza Useless,[2] is a Glasgow-born criminal who serves the Radical Islamic Vazir-e A'zam (وزیر اعظم) of Scotland. He is leader of the Scottish National Party, Scotland's socialist, racist and establishment ruling party, who established a police state under Yousaf's predecessor, Scottish socialist führer Nicola Sturgeon.

Yousaf began his criminal career following the 9/11 terrorist attacks and forged links with Islamic extremists in the late 2000s.[3][4] After taking up politics in 2011, Yousaf held several ministerial offices, most of which were plagued by failure, between 2012 and 2023. After an anti-white racist campaign,[5] Yousaf seized power on March 27, 2023, against the will of the general public in Scotland.[6] A subscriber to the belief system of Islam (اسلام), he is the first Pagan ruler of Scotland since at least the 9th century.

In 2020, he became known as the architect of the totalitarian Hate Crime Bill,[7][8] which declares certain forms of speech forbidden or haraam (حرام), and has been compared to Islamic Sharia law (شرعی قانون).[1]

During the leadership election Humza Yousaf was criticized for long wait times during his tenure as Health Secretary.

Early life

Yousaf was born in Glasgow on April 7, 1985, to immigrants Muzaffar Yousaf and Shaaista Bhutta. His father, Muzaffar, is originally from Main Channu (مِياں چنُّوں) in Punjab, Pakistan.

1990s and 2000s: Crime and links to Islamic Extremism

At age 10, Humza Yousaf became a volunteer for charity Islamic Relief. This organization has been accused on several occasions of being a front for Radical Islamism.

In the aftermath of 9/11, following a protest against military action in Afghanistan, Yousaf engaged in the illegal act of blocking the M8 motorway.[3]

On 17 January 2008, Yousaf and his cousin, failed SNP candidate Osama Saeed, used the Scottish Islamic Foundation to bring several Isalmic extremists to meet with senior Scottish politicians. Among these extremists were Anas Altikriti, who praised Iraqi "resistance" terrorists to American and British troops, and Ismail Patel, an advocate for the execution of adulterers and punishment for "free mixing of men and women".[4]

Political career

Early career (2011 - 2012)

In the Scottish Parliament election on May 5, 2011, Humza Haroon Yousaf was elected as an additional member for the Glasgow region. When being sworn into the Scottish Parliament, Yousaf took his oath in the Pakistani Urdu language while wearing a sherwani.

Ministerial failures and crime (2012 - 2023)

In December 2016, while Minister for Transport, Yousaf was caught by police driving a friend's car without insurance. He was given a £300 fine and six penalty points on his driving license.[7]

On June 14, 2018, Humza posted a meme online with the text "Eid Mu-" with a picture of former US president Barack Hussein Obama, a pun on the Arabic greeting "Eid Mubarak".[9] It is notable that numerous sources suspect Obama to share Yousaf's Islamic ideology.

On June 28, 2018, after two years of failure as Transport Minister, Yousaf was appointed by dictator Sturgeon as Justice Secretary, being the only person in Europe to hold such a post without a law degree.[7]

In 2021, Yousaf introduced legislation that creates a new offence of "stiring up hatred", prosecuting anyone who "behaves in a manner that a reasonable person would consider to be threatening, abusive or insulting", even if the behaviour took place in the privacy of the home.[8]

Leadership candidacy (2023)

Following the resignation of Scotland's socialist tyrant Nicola Sturgeon, Yousaf, a key loyalist of Sturgeon, announced on February 18, 2023, that he would run to replace Sturgeon as leader of the Scottish National Party and First Minister of Scotland.[10]

In an racist speech in the Scottish Parliament on February 20, 2023, Yousaf ranted about the majority of high-ranking positions being held by white people in Scotland, a country whose population is around 96% white.[5]

On February 22, 2023, Neil Lal, President of the Indian Council of Scotland, stated that Scotland's Indian community "will not feel safe" if Yousaf became First Minster.[11]

Humza Yousaf claimed on February 26, 2023, that Scotland shouldn't have a First Minister who opposes "equal marriage", referring to the views of his leadership contest rival Kate Forbes. This is despite the fact that Yousaf actually missed the vote on that subject due to pressure from the mosque.[12][13]

On March 21, 2023, Yousaf falsely and controversially called Westminster a "foreign power".[14]

Yousaf took control of the Scottish National Party and of Scotland following the SNP leadership election on March 27, 2023. His installation as leader is highly controversial as he relied on second-preference votes to defeat his nearest rival, Kate Forbes, who was preferred by the Scottish general public.[6] At 37, Yousaf became the youngest ruler of Scotland to-date, and he first leader of any major British party to conform to the pagan ideology of Islam.[15]

Yousaf Viziership (2023 - present)

Following Yousaf's takeover of Scotland on March 28, 2023, his cabinet appointments became the subject of criticism. His appointment of Shona Robison as deputy First Minister was particularly controversial because, in her past role as the secretary responsible for 'social justice', she was responsible for pushing the widely despised trans-fascist policies that brought about the collapse of the Sturgeon Führership.[16]

On 31 March 2023, polls were showing that Humza "Useless" Yousaf may lose his seat at the next Scottish parliamentary election in 2026.[17]

On April 21, 2023, Simon Johnson of The Telegraph reported that, less than a month into the Yousaf Viziership, the SNP's support had dropped to 38%, its lowest level since the failed campaign for Scottish 'independence'.[18]

On 24 April 2023, despite support for the SNP and their 'independence' campaign being at its lowest in around a decade and an ongoing police investigation into the SNP, Humza "Useless" Yousaf made a demand for an unwanted referendum on the subject at his meeting on that day with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.[19] The meeting is said to have been 'humiliating' for the Vazir as Sunak cut the meeting short to just 20 minutes and ignored Yousaf's requests for a referendum.[20] According to David Maddox of The Express Yousaf's meeting with the UK PM, who Yousaf thinks is a 'foreign power', exposed the weakness of the SNP under his kakistocratic leadership.[21]

It was revealed on 3 May 2023 that support for Humza Yousaf in Scotland had reached an embarrassing low of 17%. The news came as the SNP became embroiled in a scandal over campaign finances.[22]

On 10 May 2023, The Telegraph reported that the SNP had "declared war" on justice through Yousaf's reviled policy to hold juryless criminal trials.[23]

On 23 May 2023, The Telegraph compared the behaviour of prominent SNP figures such as Humza "Useless" Yousaf to Soviet apparatchiks, noting how Soviet communist elites like Lenin and Stalin enjoyed luxury and privileges unavailable to the majority of Soviet citizens who toiled under their regime, much like how Scotland's ruling SNP behave as if normal rules do not apply to them, untroubled by the judgement of the electorate.[24]

On 25 May, The Telegraph reported that Humza Yousaf would introduce a so-called "tourist tax" in Scotland, which would charge people for overnight stays in the country.[25]

Policies, views and behavior


Humza "Useless" Yousaf is pro-abortion. During his leadership campaign, he pledged 'unequivocal support' for Orwellian, anti-free speech buffer zones around abortion clinics which would criminalize peaceful pro-life protesters.[26] He is also committed to bringing abortion up to birth and sex-selective abortion to Scotland.[27]

Social issues

Humza Yousaf hypocritically called out his SNP leadership rival Kate Forbes for apparently opposing same-sex "marriage" when he skipped votes on this issue in the Scottish Parliament due to pressure from the Mosque.[12]

Public opinion

Humza Yousaf has been nicknamed "Humza Useless" by several commentators including Nana Akua.[2]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Humza Yousaf pushes sharia law in Scotland
  2. 2.0 2.1 Nana Akua: I feel sorry for Scotland with Humza Useless in charge
  3. 3.0 3.1 Humza Yousaf MSP: The Islamist-Linked 'Radical' Behind Salmond and Scottish Independence
  4. 4.0 4.1 The Troubling Islamist Connections of Scotland’s Next Leader
  5. 5.0 5.1 Humza Yousaf Racist Rant about white people in Scotland
  6. 6.0 6.1 SNP election polls
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Six of the worst Humza Yousaf scandals
  8. 8.0 8.1 The SNP’s radical assault on freedom of speech
  9. Humza Yousaf on Facebook: Eid Mubarak to all my fellow Muslim brothers and sisters celebrating tomorrow - have a wonderful day.
  10. Humza Yousaf to stand for SNP leader
  11. Indian Council of Scotland claims Indian community 'will not feel safe' with Humza Yousaf as First Minister
  12. 12.0 12.1 Scotland Shouldn’t Have a First Minister Who Opposes Equal Marriage, Says Humza Yousaf
  13. Humza Yousaf ‘skipped gay marriage vote following pressure from mosque’
  15. Scottish parliament to confirm Yousaf as first minister
  16. Humza Yousaf appoints minister behind Scotland’s gender reform bill as his deputy
  17. Humza Yousaf 'could lose seat' at next Holyrood election with Labour making gains, new poll suggests
  18. SNP support slumps to lowest level since independence referendum
  19. Humza Yousaf makes indyref2 demand in first Rishi Sunak meeting
  20. Humiliation for Humza Yousaf as Rishi Sunak cut his meeting with him short
  21. Humza's visit to meet Rishi revealed how weak SNP now is post-Sturgeon, says David Maddox
  22. Support for Humza Yousaf's leadership plummets by 10 percent after SNP scandal
  23. The SNP has declared war on justice
  24. The SNP’s elites behaved like entitled Soviet apparatchiks
  25. Humza Yousaf to impose 'tourist tax' on Scottish accommodation
  26. Pro-abortion Humza Yousaf formally elected as Scotland’s First Minister
  27. Humza Yousaf commits to introducing abortion up to birth and sex-selective abortion in Scotland