Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 2 April 2024

Furious protesters stage rally outside Scottish Parliament in anger at SNP’s new hate crime laws – as JK Rowling dares police to arrest her for calling trans women ‘men’

Furious protesters have staged a rally outside the Scottish Parliament in opposition to the SNP’s controversial new hate crime laws.

The Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Act came into force today and aims to tackle the harm caused by hatred by providing greater protection for victims and communities.

However, critics say the laws could be used to stifle free speech and that gender-critical activists could be jailed for using the wrong pronoun for a transgender person

Earlier today it was revealed by Scottish minister Siobhian Brown that people ‘could be investigated’ for misgendering someone online. It means a person could be arrested for calling a trans woman ‘he’ if the police decided to do so.

And JK Rowling unleashed fury when she sarcastically told her followers on X, formerly Twitter, to ‘respect the pronouns’ of trans woman and double rapist Isla Bryson.

In another post, she ridiculed the new legislation by referring to Katie Dolatowski, a transgender paedophile, who assaulted children in supermarket toilets, as ‘fragile flower’ who was ‘rightly sent to a women’s prison in Scotland’.

The new laws sparked a furious response by concerns Scots out their national parliament, with many holding up gender critical slogans.

Some of the signs read, ‘a man can’t become a woman. simple’,  ‘we hate the Hate Crime Laws’ and ‘the SNP are the Hate Crime Monsters’.

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