SCOTLAND: Glasgow Gestapo (aka sharia police) threaten internet users

Glasgow Police have threatened social media users, ordering them to be “kind” (to Muslims) and not “hurtful” (to Muslims) unless they want to “receive a visit from police.” (As if to imply the Muslim migrant invasion isn’t the problem, it’s people not wanting to be overrun, raped, and robbed by them)


Breitbart (h/t Susan K)   Using the witty acronym ‘THINK’, and the hashtag #thinkbeforeyoupost, they cautioned people to consider whether something is true, hurtful, illegal, necessary or kind before sending.

Responding to the tweet, users took to their keyboards, mostly expressing ridicule at what they considered the force’s ludicrously wide scope.


Picking up on the ‘THINK’ acronym’s warning over “unnecessary” activity, one user queried what action the force will take if a tweet is thought to be “unnecessary”. Another quipped that, if “unnecessary” social media activity is inadvisable, then the police force’s Facebook and Twitter accounts should be shut down.

The ominously totalitarian tone of the tweet will come as little surprise to those familiar with Scottish police who have form on the matter.


In February this year Scottish Police arrested a 41-year-old man under the Communications Act after receiving a report of a supposedly “offensive” comment made on Facebook regarding Syrian migrants.

The man was from the tiny Isle of Bute in the Firth of Clyde, which has a total population of just 6,498 and was expected to take in around 1,000 Syrian migrants. Commenting on the sudden and massive change is now all but impossible for locals.

Don't even try holding up signs like this in the street anymore
Don’t even try holding up signs like this in the street anymore

A police spokesman was unequivocal, that any harsh criticism of the Muslim influx would not be “tolerated”. Inspector Ewan Wilson from Dunoon police office told the Guardianfollowing the arrest.

It is unclear as to whether or not sharing this article would constitute an “unnecessary” post. But you can be sure that sharing anything from  will have the police knocking down your door.

The force’s heavy handedness may be viewed as hypocritical, as their most recent retweet at the time of going to publish was about them failing to take any further action against an Imam who had shared approving messages about a Pakistani murderer.

Imam Maulana Habib Ur Rehman (Glasgow Central Mosque) reportedly used WhatsApp to show support for Mumtaz Qadri, a murderer who was hanged after killing a Pakistani politician for opposing Islamic blasphemy laws. Mr. Rehman called Mr. Qadri a “true Muslim” because of his actions. Police Scotland said it had reviewed the messages but said “no criminality has been established”.

You can say anything you want if you're a muslim, but nobody else can
You can say anything you want if you’re a muslim, but signs like this will get you arrested from now on