Police arrest 'creator' of website used to post Neil Lennon hate messages - The Scotsman Dont know if youve been following this embarassing saga but its big news in Scotland. Firstly we had hastily set-up anti-sectarian "task forces" then we had Emperor Salmond trying to rush through draconian laws and just about every day some tinpot amateur politician or pother pops up and bleats that we "cant have a season like last year for the good of our national game and the good name of Scotland", and now this. Where does it end? Who decides what is sectarian and offensive etc? After all one man's banter is another man's greatest insult, especially when it comes to football. Even the police got in the act with Strathclyde's top cop telling us that domestic abuse went through the roof after an Old Firm game; when challenged on this and asked to reveal facts and figures under the Freedom of Information Act his statement was found to be untrue. Anyway as regards "hate" websites, how will they control it? After all Scottish newspapers gleefully published the name of a certain serial shagging Welsh football player safe in the knowledge that the much-vaunted super injunction did not apply in Scotland. Are SNP decreed anti-hate laws in Scotland therefore worthless in the rest of the UK so people can post bile about the likes of McCoist and Lennon without fear of an early morning door knock? At the end of the day its all a load of nonsense and reeks of the SNP being populist. Meanwhile European football and beyond suffers from racism,corruption and the like and its hardly a threat to society.