Scotsman Arrested for Showing Traditional European Salute to Soccer Team

Sven Longshanks
Daily Stormer
August 21, 2014

The traditional European salute is a sign of respect.

The Jews have turned the modern world into such a twisted place. If perverts want to parade around a town half-naked in bondage gear while waving dildoes and sodomizing each other, this will be encouraged and promoted as being heroic and courageous. Yet if you show any public solidarity with our traditions and our valiant ancestors, you will be locked-up.

This man has been arrested for making the Roman salute, something that used to be seen throughout Europe as evidenced by the picture above. It is quite a natural thing to do for a White man, as a way of showing appreciation and allegiance to someone. Yet because the Jews hate the White man so much and everything that he stands for, they have made our traditional salute into an ‘offensive gesture’ and an arrestable offense.

Thanks to the Jews, today it is an ‘offensive gesture’.


A Hearts fan has been charged by police after being caught on live TV apparently performing a Nazi salute during the Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle.

The 21-year-old man was arrested and charged by police after allegedly making the gesture during the first half of the match against Hibs.

Liam Craig had just missed a penalty for Hibs when Sky cameras panned across the Hearts supporters and picked him out apparently making the Nazi salute.

It is understood that Hearts raised the alarm, and police worked with G4S security guards to approach him and take him into custody.

Police Scotland confirmed the man had been charged with making “offensive gestures” at this afternoon’s match and said he would appear in court at a later date.

In addition, officers made two arrests before the game and another person was arrested during the match.

A further two people were ejected from the stadium during the game, which Hearts won 2-1.

Surely an offensive gesture has to actually be directed at someone and have some malice behind it? How does a Roman salute fit that description?

It is not like the man in question was trying too insult anyone, he was just showing his support and respect for a player he looks up to in the most natural way possible, by raising his arm in our traditional salute.

Its an instinctive gesture. If you are White.
Its an instinctive gesture. If you are White.