After nearly four years of sharing his “extremist” views on everything from black people, Jews and women, one of the most popular (but anonymous) racists on YouTube has been unmasked. In addition to the location of his family home, Colin Robertson has been revealed by the Daily Record as the “jobless ex-student” posting “vile rants” online.
The 34-year-old, who lives with his dad in Scotland, boasts over 20,000 subscribers and 2.1 million views to a channel dedicated to discussing far-right views on race in certain parts of the world. Colin has also been linked back to the “condemned” Pro Trump rally back in 2016 that saw attendees shouting “Hail Trump” and making Nazi salutes – he was a prominent speaker.
The Daily Record unmasked the vlogger after hunting down his home address in Scotland and tried to speak with Colin personally. After only a few minutes, a Police van arrived at the property to tell the journalists that the person inside the property had “no interest whatsoever in speaking”. Instead, images of his face and the front of his home have been shared.
The blog and YouTube channel he runs, Millennial Woes, is still uploading content in which Colin is heard (but rarely seen) talking with/interviewing other like-minded people on similar topics. Whilst in the past he appears to have gone to “great lengths” to hide his identity, the revelation of his name and location have shocked neighbours, who have called his videos “despicable”.
[All images sourced from Daily Record]