Around 7pm I was out driving and I heard on the radio that the Royal Alexandra Hospital had been 'evacuated'. It turned out that only the A&E unit had been evacuated, but it's being reported on BBC News 24 now that the patient - the burned passenger from the car - was wearing a suicide belt.
Tonight, Alex Salmond said on TV that "terrorist actions are the actions of individuals". One has to wonder if that's actually correct. Of course, that's code for "don't hate Muslims" but it's not even correct, at least according to everything I've read about the operation of terrorist organisations. As an aside, it's amazing how much the Left like to emphasise personal responsibility when it's something bad done by members of a minority (or "communities needing particular reassurance by the police", as we're calling them tonight). Of course, whenever it's something that the government is responsible for, it's always "we all have a role to play" etc. etc....
Let's stop pretending that there's an equal probability that anyone in Scotland might have carried this out. BBC News 24 broadcast an interview with an eyewitness who said that the passenger, in flames, attacked a policeman whilst screaming "Allah! Allah!".
It's a bit embarrassing, though, for the worldwide Islamofascist Jihad that they got the seven bells kicked out them by a couple of Paisley taxi drivers. Losers.