Express & Echo about TCM England’ stickers

Posting stickers about "waking white people" is a crime. Migrant paedophilia in Rotherham and other cities is not!

Much of this story is a lot of nonsense, of course. Creators are constantly putting out pro-White material. Much of which is ignored. Only now is the controlled media taking notice, as they have their own agenda.

From Express & Echo:

Racist stickers calling for the “white people” to “wake up” have been plastered around Exeter’s Quayside.

The white supremacist posters were spotted on bollards along the city’s riverside tourist area last night.

Staff at the Prospect pub cleared up the offensive items and notified the police and the city council.

Later it emerged the racists had struck in other places, including the city centre and St Thomas.

The incident comes amid fears that racist behaviour is on the rise after the divisive US presidential campaign and the Brexit referendum.

The city’s Labour MP Ben Bradshaw condemned the spreading of “filth“.

There is no place for racism or neo-Nazism in Britain or Exeter,” he told the Echo.

Ours is a successful, tolerant and forward-looking city. I congratulate staff at the Prospect Inn for removing this filth so quickly.

In the wake of the Brexit vote in Britain and Trump’s election in America, we need to be extremely vigilant about the tiny number of people in Britain who hold racist or neo-Nazi views and might feel they now have a licence to come out of the woodwork.

The city council spokesman said staff were removing the stickers and had notified the police about the issue.

We’re taking them down now but if anyone knows of others that may have been missed or indeed any racist graffiti around the city, we would urge them to contact the Council, either by calling 01392 2265010 or emailing

Devon and Cornwall police has not opened a formal investigation yet but details of the campaign have been passed to the local neighbourhood team.

Local officers are “looking into” the matter, the force said.

Looks as though somebody has been busy in Exeter. Good to see our adherents spreading the word.