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I’m offended. But I’ll be arrested if I say why.

(After a brief moment of levity yesterday, it’s back to the serious stuff today)

Here’s a truly frightening story from Scrotland,

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”.

This follows news in late January that police in the Netherlands were visiting the homes of citizens who made posts that were deemed overly-critical of the Dutch government’s policies towards refugees. It also follows Facebook’s announcement that it would work with European governments, particularly Germany, to track and clamp down on hostility towards migrants on the platform.

The moronic, followers of the Religion of Peace can say or do what they like. But if we indigenous Europeans dare express any doubts about our governments’ plans to replace us with violent, low-intelligence, misogynist, intolerant, religiously-backward, illiterate, unemployable Third-World garbage, then our useless politically-correct police will leap into action.

Well, as an indigenous Brit, I find this offensive:


And this:

sweden rapes enrichment

And this:

islam progress 2

And this:

islam progress 3

I find these offensive and likely to incite hatred and violence.

But if I dare say anything, I’ll probably be arrested.

How did we allow this to happen to our once great country?

5 comments to I’m offended. But I’ll be arrested if I say why.

  • David Brown

    We do not know what this guy wrote but unless he was actually calling for violence against the Syrians this seems to be typical of low level police intimidation. My guess is a local lefty read the Facebook posts and complained to the cops. The police once arrested a man took his computer for examination for posting a non racial joke on his Facebook page on the demise of Nelson Mandela.
    There is coverage of this latest case on
    The officer in this case is Ewan Wilson who from public records lives at Dixon Avenue Dunoon PA23 8NA 192 and others have phone record.
    A police tactic is often to arrest someone and release them on police bail with conditions as in the recent false pretext arrest of the leaders of Britain First whose bail condition prevents them from demonstrating in Luton.

  • NoMore

    I don’t know what this chap posted on Facebook but it would have to have been extremely offensive to be worse than signs like “Butcher those who mock Islum” the bearer of which was protected and guided by the Multicultural Enforcement Troops.

  • right-writes

    I do not believe that authorities such as the police have any alternative but to behave this way…

    If they were to side with the advocates of nationalist separatism or sectarian violence, the outcome would not be dissimilar to the outcomes seen in Cambodia, Rwanda or Nazi Germany.

    However, we should certainly resist the acts of OUR government of whatever persuasion, who have actively engendered the situation that is at the root of our angst.

    I am as offended as you are David…

    But this event really confirms only one thing to me…

    These examples of corporatism… Facebook and Twitter et. al., are very easy for our malevolent politicians to corrupt for their own purposes, and I am glad, that I have never participated in any of them…

    RSS rools.

  • David Brown

    Right-Writes the specific act deals with trolling and threatening or grossly offensive communications to individuals. The PC police are interpreting it another way intimidate individuals.
    The strong message it sands out – in police crap speak is do not talk about immigration in public eg someone overhearing a conversation in a pub might report it.

  • John Fields

    To protect our right of freedom of speech deport every Muslim in England without
    exception. Then they won’t be around to complain about some remark made under
    the banner of free speech, and they can take their offensive placards and vitriol
    abuse with them.

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