Scotland: Man Arrested for Saying Mean Things About “Refugees” on Facebook

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 17, 2016


Scotland was determined by experts to be “utter garbage,” and the solution has been determined to be enrichment via vibrant diversity, that is, forced-Islamization.

Goyim have been known to use mean words against people with very sensitive feelings.

The solution is to create a Orwellian system of never-ending fear.


Police have arrested a 40-year old man in Scotland over a number of allegedly “offensive” Facebook posts about refugees.

Police in Scotland said that a man had been held under the Communications Act, which bans “grossly offensive” and “menacing” posts on online platforms.

The Facebook posts in question, which were not released to the media, allegedly concerned comments about Syrian refugees from Rothersay, on the Scottish Island of Bute, where several refugee families have settled as part of the UK government’s settlement program.

A spokesman from the the Dunoon police station in Argyll said, “I hope that the arrest of this individual sends a clear message that Police Scotland will not tolerate any form of activity which could incite hatred and provoke offensive comments on social media.