“Ms Drummond also said McAndrew described the man as ‘black’ and used an obscenity.”
Is McAndrew black? If so, is it racist to describe him as such? If not, is it racist to call a white man black? Or is the racial offense that he told a Muslim to eat bacon? What race is Islam again? What race is bacon?
Contemporary Britain has gone quite mad in its avidity to appease Islamic supremacists.
“Man who told Muslim convert to ‘go eat bacon’ admits racism charges in court,” by Nicole Morley, Metro.co.uk, January 12, 2017:
A man who told a Muslim convert to ‘eat bacon’ has admitted a racially and religiously offensive offence in court.
Dean McAndrew, 28, who appeared at Forfar Sheriff Court, sent a Facebook message to his stepfather Christopher McAndrew, which read: ‘Go and eat some bacon’.
McAndrew, from Westport area of Arbroath, is converting to Islam and is in the process of changing his name, the court heard.
His stepson Dean of Dundee, admitted using a public communications network to send grossly offensive or indecent, obscene or menacing messages with racially and religiously offensive content on December 6, and threatened him with violence.
Depute fiscal Jill Drummond said: ‘Mr McAndrew is in the process of converting his religion to Islam. He has completed paperwork to change his name.
‘The accused does not use Facebook but uses Messenger as a means of communicating with his family.
‘In recent weeks the accused has had difficulties… and witness McAndrew was giving him advice on Monday December 5.
‘At 6.49pm on December 6 he messaged witness McAndrew “go and eat some bacon”.’
Ms Drummond also said McAndrew described the man as ‘black’ and used an obscenity.
Before hearing the full list of messages, Sheriff Gregor Murray interjected and said he would require reports before sentencing.
Sheriff Murray told him: ‘I’m going to defer sentence on you for a report from the criminal justice social work department.
‘You will have to co-operate with them in its preparation. I hear you’re a first offender but that does not stop me from thinking this is serious, from the charge and what I’ve just heard.’
McAndrew was granted bail on the special condition that he does not approach or attempt to approach his stepfather….