UK: Man Arrested for Hilarious “Pakémon” Stickers – “Gotta Deport Em All!”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 5, 2016


What a disgusting Orwellian nation Britain is.

Arrested for funny stickers. Because your funny stickers could inspire others to feel the emotion on hate. And if people feel the emotion of hate, you’re just one step away from gassing a bunch of ratfaced Jews in fake shower rooms.

That is what liberals actually believe.

Who knows.

Maybe they’re right.

The Sun:

Cops have arrested a man after a series of “appallingly racist” fake Pokémon stickers appeared at London Tube stations and bus stops.

The stickers, created under the name “Pakémon”, copy the popular game which sees kids swap and collect different creatures for points.

Far from the innocent game we’ve come to know and love, the Pakémon stickers depict a number of high profile Muslims, including the Mayor of London, who is described as “the most dangerous Pakémon”.

The stickers are even branded with a version of the infamous Pokémon slogan, “gotta catch ’em all”, but it doesn’t end there.

Altering the tagline, the maker also threatens to “deport them all”.

The 46-year-old, from Sutton, south London, was taken into custody on Thursday on suspicion of inciting racial hatred

One version of the sticker with an image of Sadiq Khan emblazoned on it, reads: “He believes that Londoners should learn to accept Islamic terrorism while he is mayor.”

The maker offers collectors “200 Terror Points” for the sticker of Khan, who is dubbed “Hamaskhan”.

A 29-year-old unnamed man was first to share an image of two of the “appallingly racist” stickers he found at Borough Tube station to his social media account.

He told the Evening Standard: “I felt disgusted and very disappointed that we now live in a Britain where some people feel empowered or protected to do this.

“They shouldn’t be allowed to get away with it.”

Someone has to stop these humorous Japanese cartoon related stickers!

We can’t let this go unpunished!

British Transport Police say they are in the process of “thoroughly” investigating the stickers.

A spokesperson urged London commuters to share any further sightings of the posters to raise awareness.

Speaking on the posters, Sophie Linden, Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, said: “Hate crime, in all its shapes and forms, will not be tolerated in London and there is absolutely no place for these abhorrent stickers anywhere in our city.

Can someone please make and distribute more of these stickers?

Don’t do anything illegal, of course, but it seems that making and distributing them is not illegal.

They’re really awesome.

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