A mob of Nazi hatemongerers have spread their sick propaganda to the top of Britain’s highest peak.
The Record exposed the activities of the Hundred Handers network, who spread their race hate message across Scotland through public stickers and social media.
Now, we can reveal that their activists have placed one of their twisted propaganda messages on the top of Ben Nevis.
The Hundred Handers sticker exhorting white people to “Love Your Nation” was stuck up inside a hut on the 4411ft peak.
Jordan Allison, of Show Racism the Red Card Scotland, said: “The phrases used on these stickers help create an atmosphere in our communities where Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people feel unwelcome and unsafe.
“This is unacceptable and we must do more to tackle racism at its grassroots, equipping more people with the tools and understanding on how to challenge hate in all its forms.”
The Hundreds Handers’ Ben Nevis post on their social media channel was viewed 2500 times.
The news comes after we revealed that the extreme right wing network have launched a stickering campaign – embedding razor blades behind some to injure anyone who tries to remove them.
Its anonymous network of activists has been plastering lampposts, walls and even primary schools and the Scottish Parliament with racist messages.
Their stickers with messages such as, “Mass immigration is white genocide” have sprung up all across the country.