Scottish Nationalist Man Arrested for “Racist” Anti-English Statements Following Manchester Bombing

There is no solidarity among white people.

That’s a huge problem.

Whites should be universally condeming Islam and Muslims for the Manchester bombing on Monday night. But old Alister Craigie allegedly prefers to say that the English who died there deserved it.

Apparently, British law doesn’t allow for Craigie’s mugshot to be published. After poking around on an image search, I found this photo, which I believe to be Craigie.

Even if Craigie wrote the things he’s accused of, they are only words. Speech should be protected from prosecution by the government.

A man has been charged with posting racist messages about English people following the Manchester bombing.

Alister Craigie, 59, of Stobswell, was arrested and charged by police for allegedly making offensive remarks in the wake of Monday’s tragedy – which saw 22 people killed by suicide bomber Salman Abedi.

Craigie allegedly took to social media just hours after the atrocity to make comments about the victims.

He also reportedly responded to questions from other people to say that people at a concert deserved to die if they were English.

He appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court to face a charge of sending racist, abusive and offensive comments in relation to the bombing.

Prosecutors claim that Craigie’s messages were ‘grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character’ and were sent on Monday and Tuesday.

The charge also states that Craigie’s messages were racially-aggravated.

He pleaded not guilty to the charge and will appear in court again in August – with a trial due to begin in September.

A police spokesman said: ‘Police Scotland can confirm that a 59-year-old man from the Stobswell area was arrested and charged with communications offences relating to abusive comments on Facebook.

‘He appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court yesterday.’

Many of the victims of Monday’s blast, as people left an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester Arena, were children.

They included Scottish schoolgirl Eilidh MacLeod, 14, from Barra in the Outer Hebrides.

Family of Manchester terror victim warns government to ‘open its eyes’ before it’s too late


Victim Georgina’s parents have released a statement that says in coded language what everyone knows: Either recognize that Muslims are incompatible with life in Britain or expect many more dead teens and children in the future.

The family of Georgina Callander, who tragically died in the Manchester bombing, has warned the government it must ‘open its eyes’ before more parents lose their children to terror.

The 18-year-old was killed in the blast shortly before her favourite artist, Ariana Grande, left the stage at Manchester Arena on Monday night.

In a statement released through Greater Manchester Police, the family said Georgina’s life had been cut short by ‘evil, evil men prepared to ruin lives and destroy families’.

‘I wish I could say that Georgina is one of the last to die in this way but unless our Government opens its eyes we know we are only another in a long line of parents on a list that continues to grow,’ the statement added.

The teenager, from Chorley, was in her second year of studying health and social care at Runshaw College in Leyland, Lancashire, and had previously been a pupil at Bishop Rawstorne Church of England Academy.

She had also recently passed her driving test, was ‘doing great’ in her exams, and had been accepted into Edge Hill University.

‘Here was a girl who was loving life,’ the family said.

The statement continued: ‘On the 22 May 2017 our lives changed forever as our amazing daughter Georgina Bethany Callander was senselessly taken away.

‘Her life was taken away after 18 short years by evil, evil men prepared to ruin lives and destroy families, for what?

‘Georgina was as beautiful on the inside as she was on the outside, with a smile that was never ending.

‘She always had big hugs for everyone and her life was blooming like the flowers she loved.’

The family also paid tribute to the ‘wonderful police and rescue services’ and thanked the public for their support.

We wish the statment were stronger in terms of naming Islam and Muslims directly, but the control that Muslims exhibit over the British government makes that impossible.

We who have even half a brain get what the family is saying.

The problem is that the family’s plea is going to be ignored by the multiculturalist traitors who stifle honest speech.

Claim: Odinism Inspiring White Supremacist Terrorists

Fear porn intended to cut off Euro man from his history is exemplified by the article that is the source for this post.

If there were a few thousand or even a few hundred Odinists killing the enemies of the white race, there might be something to this article.

Instead, the author admits that Odinists have been involved in six violent acts since 2001.

Chalk up this article as fake news. More than that, it’s a smear job on white nationalism and white identity. It’s value lies in the fact that some people are going to read this and begin exploring Odinism.

Reveal News

The three men in Virginia wanted to start a race war.

They planned to rob a jewelry store and use the money to stockpile guns, ammo and explosives. Then they would charge into churches and synagogues, slaughtering as many people as possible in the name of their religion.

The man in Kansas wanted to kill as many Jewish people as possible. So he drove to two Jewish centers, where he shot and killed three people, all of them Christians. He told the court that sentenced him to death that he had mistaken his victims for Jews.

“I wanted to kill Jews, not people,” he said.

Across the country in Spokane, Washington, another man plotted to kill President Barack Obama. Prosecutors say he planned a “final solution,” a battle that would ultimately be won by stealing nuclear material for dirty bombs or flying hijacked airplanes into buildings.

These men, and possibly thousands more like them across the United States, share a common religious ideology.

They’re white supremacists who have turned to an ancient heathen religion known most commonly as Odinism. In at least six cases since 2001, professed racist Odinists have been convicted of plotting – or pulling off – domestic terrorism attacks, according to a review of terrorism cases by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.

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Ariana Grande announces she will return to Manchester for a benefit concert

The old saying that “The show must go on” is holding true in the make-believe world of Illuminati princess Ariana Grande.

Her handlers have just reaped a heaping helping of goodwill for the singer through the announcement that she will return to Manchester, England to do a benefit concert for the victims killed and injured at her last show.

I can picture parents eating up the message: Love Trumps Hate.

There will surely be massive security at the event to head off any new attack.

Everyone will be throwing around the word “brave” to describe the city, the attendees, and the singer. But real bravery would require actually doing something about Muslims. Like deporting them. Like at least discussing their corrupt holy book.

There won’t be any bravery here. Just virtue signaling.

Everyone will probably be required to hug a Muslim at what for sure will be one of the major propaganda events of the year.

Business Insider

Ariana Grande said on Friday that she will return to Manchester for a benefit concert.

“I don’t want to go the rest of the year without being able to see and hold and uplift my fans, the same way they continue to uplift me,” Grande wrote in a heartfelt message posted to Twitter.

The 23-year-old singer said she will be returning to Manchester to “spend time with my fans” and “to raise money for the victims and their families.”

The dates of the concert have not yet been set. Grande said she would share more details once “everything has been confirmed.”

You can read her full message below:

Sources reportedly told TMZ that Grande was “inconsolable” and “in hysterics” when she learned of the casualties following the attack and was in “no condition to perform.”

However, on Tuesday afternoon, the AP reported that the tour was still on. “Ariana Grande’s tour has not been cancelled or postponed despite reports online, a person close to the situation, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the person was not allowed to publicly talk about the topic, said,” the report stated.

Weak, Pathetic Britain Responds to Manchester Bombing with Bee Tattoos

#❤️manchester #bees #manchester #tattoomanchester #manchesterbees

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Muh feelz.

Britain has responded to the Manchester bombing that left 22 or more dead by putting muh feelz first.

One of the ink artists quoted for this story even admits that people want to FEEL like they are “contributing to a peaceful solution.”

Britain’s feelz are emotional garbabe–totally worthless.

You want a good feeling, Mr. and Mrs. White Britain?

Go beat up and threaten a Muslim. Tell the cockroach that either he goes back to his sand dune or he dies.

That action would legitimize muh feelz.

Getting a tattoo shows you’re brain dead.

Manchester Evening News

Huge queues formed at tattoo parlours across Greater Manchester this week, as people swarmed to get bee tattoos in a gesture of defiance following the Manchester bombing.

Tattoo artists announced the appeal shortly after the suicide bomber attack in Manchester on Monday May 22, which left 22 people dead and a further 120 injured.

Artists are offering tattoos of a bee – an icon which has become a symbol of Manchester – with all of the profits going towards the victims and families of the bombing.

Alchemy Tattoo Studio in Wigan was one of the first parlours to offer the service, and the response was overwhelming, says artist James Davis.

“I had the first one on Tuesday morning and within the hour people were out the door queueing,” he said.

“We’ve even had people that were at the arena on the night,” Davis added.

“Some of the people that was at the arena said they were at home and they saw the social media about [the Manchester tattoo appeal] …they came down to this and they said it was good for them to do it.”

“We’ve got the shops across the road supplying drink for them, bars are coming over with ice, we’ve got a busker at the moment who is playing and donating everything to us.”

Alchemy Tattoo Studio launched the appeal asking for donations of £22: £1 for each of the people who died at the attack.

“The first person that came gave us £60, the person after that £100,” Davis recalled. “It’s just amazing what people are doing.”

“It’s really reassuring, the way the public get together. It’s such a good atmosphere that needed to happen after something so tragic.”

Today is the last day that Alchemy Tattoo Studio are offering the service, but plenty of other parlours are yet to start.

Chorlton-based tattoo parlour Sacred Art will be opening its doors at 10am this Sunday, asking for donations of £50 towards the cause.

“I think people just don’t know what to do, and they want to do something,” said Sacred Art manager Vent Brewer. “They want to give, but they don’t know where to give, and they don’t know who to give to.”

“The bee and getting this tattoo will make people feel as though they’re making a contribution towards a peaceful resolution,” he added.

Appeals Court Ruling Endangers Public Safety by Again Blocking Trump Travel Ban



The 4th circuit federal appeals court used the “Trump made racist comments during the campaign” justification for putting millions of Americans in danger.

The rule of law and many lives have been sacrificed today on the altar of political correctness.

NBC News

A federal appeals court Thursday upheld one of two bans on enforcing President Donald Trump’s executive order restricting travel from six predominately Muslim countries.

The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, based in Richmond, Virginia, voted 10-3 to uphold a ruling by a federal judge in Maryland who declared in March that the president’s revised travel order amounted to unconstitutional religious discrimination.

Campaign statements by Donald Trump, who originally called for a ban on Muslim immigration, “provide direct, specific evidence” of what motivated his executive orders — “President Trump’s desire to exclude Muslims from the United States,” the appeals court said.

The revised executive order “cannot be divorced from the cohesive narrative linking it to the animus that inspired it,” the court said in an opinion written by Chief Judge Roger Gregory.

The Justice Department urged the court to lift the ban on enforcement. It said the executive order had a legitimate national security purpose, allowing the government to assess the reliability of background information on visa applicants from six countries associated with terrorism.

But that argument, the court said, “is belied by evidence in the record that President Trump issued the first executive order without consulting with the relevant security agencies.”

After President Trump’s first executive order was blocked in court, the president signed the second one, imposing a 90-day ban on travel from Iran, Sudan, Syria, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen.

Judge Paul Niemeyer, writing in dissent for himself and Judges Dennis Shedd and Steven Agee, said the majority wrongly gave itself the power to “search for evidence suggesting bad faith.”

As for the government’s claim that the president acted to protect national security, the dissenters said “none of the facts or conditions recited as reasons for the issuance of the executive order have been challenged as untrue or illegitimate.”

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement Thursday that the Justice Department “strongly disagrees” with the decision and would be seeking a review of the case in the Supreme Court.

Sessions added that the president’s executive order was “well within his lawful authority to keep the nation safe.”

“As the dissenting judges explained, the executive order is a constitutional exercise of the President’s duty to protect our communities from terrorism,” Sessions said. “The president is not required to admit people from countries that sponsor or shelter terrorism, until he determines that they can be properly vetted and do not pose a security risk to the United States.”

There really is only one solution to the unlawful rulings issued by Obama judges. That solution is illustrated below. Let the heads of judges and journalists roll.

David Duke, MILO, Others Lash Out at “stupid” Ariana Grande

Race matters. As Ariana Grande is nonwhite, as shown in yesterday’s post about the Illuminati princess, I wouldn’t expect her to make any statement against open borders or against brown or black immigrants flooding the West.

Both MILO and David Duke took the opportunity to get some attention to the issue of immigration by taking a swing at the demonic, Kabbalah worshiping pop idol.


Singer Ariana Grande, whose Monday night concert in Manchester, U.K. was targeted by terrorists, is now the subject of judgment by right wing and racist trolls on social media. The outspoken and predominantly conservative social media critics include such controversial figures as former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos and former Ku Klux Klan Imperial Wizard David Duke.

Yiannopoulos, who is permanently banned from Twitter, posted a string of messages on his Facebook page. “Sadly, Ariana Grande is too stupid to wise up and warn her European fans about the real threats to their freedom and their lives,” he wrote on Tuesday, just one day after the attack. “She will remain ferociously pro-immigrant, pro-Islam and anti-America. Makes you wonder whether they bombed to attack her or in solidarity.”

On Wednesday, he added that the fact that she hasn’t explicitly condemned the bombing less than 48 hours later is a “supreme act of cowardice.”

n their attacks against the pop star, some critics are invoking a 2015 incident wherein Grande made what many believe to be an anti-American and unpatriotic statement. She also, strangely, licked doughnuts on display at a bakery she was visiting. She apologized for saying “I hate America” and the doughnut licking, saying she was “sorry for not using more discretion with my choice of words.”

Grande hasn’t yet addressed Monday’s attack publicly, save for a tweet immediately after saying that she feels “broken” and is “so so sorry.” There is also an unconfirmed report that she has offered to pay for the funerals of the night’s 22 victims.

Besides Yiannopoulos, some far-right personalities and white supremacists criticizing Grande include David Duke, who suggested she put her fans at risk by supporting LGBT rights, among other things, and Wayne Allyn Root, a Libertarian who ran for president in 2008, who tweeted that “perhaps (Monday’s attack) changed liberal ignorance of Grande.” Lauren Cooley, a conservative personality, also wrote to her 48,000 Twitter followers that Grande “is a spoiled brat” for not visiting injured fans at the hospital because it’s “not like she was in the blast zone.”

Many on Twitter, however, are aggressively defending Grande, pointing out the pop star is likely traumatized and still processing the events, since it has been less than 48 hours since the bombing occurred.