Abolish the Hate Crime Act
'I disapprove of what you say, but will defend to the death your right to say it.' *
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WALL OF SHAME

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Voted For:

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Voted Against:

Michelle Ballantyne.

Abstained:

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No Vote:

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I N D E P E N D E N T

Voted For:

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Voted Against:

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Abstained:

Mark McDonald.

No Vote:

Andy Wightman, Derek Mackay.

SIGN THE PETITION: Abolish the Scottish Hate Crime Act

https://www.change.org/p/scottish-parliament-abolish-the-scottish-hate-crime-act 

Send us your nominations for mug-shots and quotes from individuals who should be added here.

Here is a list of MSPs who voted for and against the Hate Crime Bill. Not a single SNP politician voted against the bill. Proving they have no idea what being liberal or democratic means in a free society, every Liberal Democrat voted for the bill as did the five Green MSPs, while two thirds of Labour politicians supported the new law.


The list below is hopefully of use to people in Scotland because it identifies by name the
individuals who voted for this draconian piece of legislation. Their names will go down in
history as bringing shame on Scotland and to our belief in freedom.

Some of those who voted for the bill opposed the criminalising of speech in homes. Nevertheless, they voted for the final bill that included this section.  
 
It is also worth noting that some of the votes against the bill were made not because of an opposition to this repressive piece of legislation but because it was seen as not being repressive enough. Some, for example, want sexism to also be a hate crime something that could make the tensions and conflicts experienced in personal relationships a criminal offence! As the trend is for more and more groups to be labelled as ‘vulnerable’ over time, it seems likely that sex will soon become a ‘protected characteristic’ and relationships between men and women will potentially be criminalised.

N O  P A R T Y  A F F I L I A T I O N

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No Vote:

Ken Macintosh.

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