View Full Version : Scotsmen Reject Africans at Annual Music Festival

János Hunyadi
Thursday, March 31st, 2005, 12:38 AM
Visitors to official website request participants reflect European culture


Edinburgh's world famous music festival, “Military Tattoo”, is under the watchful eye of patriotic Scotsmen. Visitors to the official website have publicly rejected the presence of African and multicultural performers whom they claim have “invaded” Edinburgh Castle --requesting that musicians and bands should reflect traditional European culture.

In typical egalitarian fashion, anti-White advocacy groups are demanding the website remove the posts from the discussion forum where they find pro-European statements offensive.

Numerous threads exist at Tattoo's website where Internet users have protested the “dumbing down” of the annual affair by event organizers who booked participants from the Zulu and Maori African tribes. A rap group from Harlem, NY, was mentioned as a possible entry in this year's event, which ignited demands from Scotsmen to boycott and demonstrate against the event's organizers.

One frustrated observer and Tattoo forum contributor said, "I can recall many in the crowd talking amongst themselves as to why this sort of group, with their spears and warpaint, are dancing and chanting their awful gibberish. These people are simply from a land that time forgot."

Tattoo enthusiasts who have followed the event cherish the traditional approach that has been a theme for years, but recently abandoned for a multicultural flavor.

"I don’t care if you call me racist,” said Christine, a female contributor to the sites forum. “Neither Zulus nor Maoris belong at the Tattoo. Spare us their barefoot dancing and the right din that they shout out on the hallowed esplanade of Edinburgh Castle."

Comments such as these drew scorn from the Commission for Racial Equality. A spokeswoman for the agency commented, “Edinburgh prides itself on being a multicultural and welcoming city, and the Tattoo attracts visitors from all over the world.”

Native Scotsmen disagree with the commissions observation and are continuing to pressure event organizers to strike African and non-White participants from one of the city's most profitable attractions, estimated to gross $23 million annually.


Sunday, April 3rd, 2005, 11:18 AM
Indeed, tourists attended the tattoo for a Scottish experience not an African one.

The stance taken is correct both morally and financially.

Monday, April 18th, 2005, 11:15 PM
Finally some common folk take a stance I feel normal to the situation. The

Scots there obviously have sense, so despite the news of such disrespect

(as putting man-apes at a Scottish festival) I am happy to hear about the


Wednesday, April 20th, 2005, 01:28 PM
“Edinburgh prides itself on being a multicultural and welcoming city, and the Tattoo attracts visitors from all over the world.”

Don't you just LOVE how officials like to use this sort of gargong, speaking for so many, putting words in their mouths? So who is the city? Those who live in it or those few who sit in office? I have only been to Hamina Tattoo in Finland, and it was thoroughly enjoyable experience. I cannot imagine barefoor and painted savages jumping around while stamping the ground and hollering running onto the field/stage after a true military band or the wonderful Swedish Mounted Band of the Royal Lifeguards..

And a rap group??? WHAT??

Saturday, April 23rd, 2005, 01:11 AM
And a rap group??? WHAT??

I know. Exactly what I thought. What the hell?

Saturday, April 23rd, 2005, 02:13 AM
And a rap group??? WHAT??Yes! It's meant to be a military tattoo, so I don't know why some city negros from Harlem wanted to perform some gangsta rap at the event. Half-naked Zulu and Maori savages have no place at it either (although not white, I would respect the Royal Gurkha Rifles who were there in 2004). :annoysigr International soldiers - eg: those from the Dominions, US Marines, and soldiers from other European countries that share a common cultural and military tradition should be welcomed.

So who is the city? Those who live in it or those few who sit in office?This is correct. If you asked your average Edinburgh citizen if they really wanted a multicultural and 'welcoming' city, I would expect the vast majority do not! It is by and large only the left-wing, socialist multiracialists that wish to overwhelm the native Scottish with their Third World hordes.

It is very encouraging to see that Tattoo enthusiasts are resisting these efforts to mutate their event into some repugnant multicultural lovefest. :thumb001:

The atmosphere with the backdrop of a torch-lit Edinburgh castle at night is fantastic, and although I have not watched it for the last few years, following this good news I'll definately see it this year! See here (http://www.edinburgh-tattoo.co.uk/programme/current.html) for this year's programme, which will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar, among other events.