A neo-Nazi organisation involved in terrorism and banned by the UK Government is behind a new far right group in Scotland, we can reveal. During an undercover investigation we secretly filmed the extreme far right group Scottish Dawn revealing its links to National Action. A Scottish Dawn activist we filmed also revealed he’s a former member of UKIP and claimed that he got drunk with David Coburn, the party’s leader in Scotland. Scotland’s newest far right group also has links to violent Polish neo-Nazis who are active in the UK. Our seven month investigation – in conjunction with the Daily Record – has prompted calls for the government to take action against Scottish Dawn. Today’s report comes ahead of the first anniversary of the murder of Jo Cox MP who was stabbed and shot in broad daylight by far right killer Thomas Mair on 16th June 2016. We met Scottish Dawn after email conversations and meeting its members at far right protests attended by white supremacists and the Scottish Defence League. During a meeting at an Edinburgh pub we secretly filmed two members of Scottish Dawn talking about the latest far right group to emerge in Scotland. The men used the false names ‘Fraser’ and ‘John’ to protect their real identities. But we have identified ‘Fraser’ as Ruaidhri McKim via the mobile phone number he provided. That number took us to the website of WB Stonemasonry – a firm based in East Lothian – where he was listed as managing director alongside his mobile number. These details were removed from the company’s website after we contacted McKim to ask for a comment and the company did not reply to a request for a comment. During the meeting, McKim also told our reporter that he was a member of UKIP.
via theferret.scot: Revealed: neo-Nazi terrorists are behind Scotland’s newest far right group