Homosexual Scottish Finance Secretary Resigns After He’s Caught Preying on Teenage Boy

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 7, 2020

Scottish Finance Secretary and Homosexual Predator Derek Mackay

Basically, all Western governments are run by conspiracy coalitions, each with their own agendas that overlap one another. These groups are: the Jews, homosexuals, women and various racial minorities.

In countries with fewer Jews and racial minorities, you’re going to get more homosexuals and women.

This homosexual was scheduled to replace that horrible woman as leader of Scotland, but he couldn’t keep himself from preying on teenage boys on the internet. They will have to find another homosexual who is better at covering up his relations with teenage boys. That is – one who is smart enough to target ones who have already publicly announced that they are “gay,” instead of one who targets straight boys to try to convert them like Mr. Mackey here.

The Sun:

A top Nat tipped as the next First Minister told a schoolboy he was “cute” and invited him to dinner while bombarding him with 270 online messages.

Finance Secretary Derek Mackay, 42, pestered the lad, 16, in private on Instagram and Facebook over six months after contacting him out of the blue.

The boy’s furious mum called for Nicola Sturgeon to sack the cabinet minister, while a leading abuse expert said police should investigate.

The mother said: “A man like that is not supposed to say these sort of things to a boy.”

The boy’s mum accused Mr Mackay of targeting her son after it emerged the Holyrood chief sent him the messages despite knowing he was 16.

The Finance Secretary asked the fresh-faced teenager to dinner and offered to make him his guest at a parly rugby event after befriending him out of the blue on Facebook and Instagram.

The openly-gay dad of two — who came out in 2013 when leaving his wife — liked snaps of the rugger-mad youngster in his sports gear and even pinged direct messages to him on Christmas Day.

The boy’s furious mum called for Nicola Sturgeon to sack the cabinet minister, while a leading abuse expert said police should investigate.

The mother said: “A man like that is not supposed to say these sort of things to a boy.”

The boy’s mum accused Mr Mackay of targeting her son after it emerged the Holyrood chief sent him the messages despite knowing he was 16.

The Finance Secretary asked the fresh-faced teenager to dinner and offered to make him his guest at a parly rugby event after befriending him out of the blue on Facebook and Instagram.

The openly-gay dad of two — who came out in 2013 when leaving his wife — liked snaps of the rugger-mad youngster in his sports gear and even pinged direct messages to him on Christmas Day.

But even after the boy revealed he was just 16 and told Mr Mackay not to “try anything”, the MSP — bookies’ favourite to succeed Nicola Sturgeon as First Minister — didn’t back off and bombarded him with messages until this month.

And in one conversation, the politician asks: “Are our chats between us?” before telling the teen: “I think you are really cute.”

The boy’s outraged mum, 37, who only learned of the creepy exchanges last week, told of her horror at seeing Mr Mackay appearing to flirt with her son.

She said: “If I could speak to him, I would ask him ‘Why? Why did you do this?’

The Scottish mum knows better than to get caught out making homophobic remarks to the media. She’s very careful.

“I worry about what would have happened if my son had sent him back a message he wanted to hear.

“You can see he tries again and again — like he is trying to get my son to change his mind about something. He is trying to see how much he can push it.”

The conversations began last August when the SNP big gun — due to deliver Holyrood’s £43billion Budget in parliament — sent a private greeting to the lad as he was preparing to go into S5.

In one of their first chats, Mr Mackay offered to pay for the boy to go to a rugby game, saying: “I could take you?”

In a midnight exchange starting at 12.03am on Friday, December 27, messages show the leading Nat telling the lad: “You are looking good with that new haircut.”

The youngster replies: “Thanks, needed a change. Long hair was getting annoying.”

Mr Mackay, who lives with his boyfriend in Bishopton, posts back: “Cute. You don’t mind compliments.”

The boy says: “Not at all.”

And then Mr Mackay says: “Good. And our chats are between us?”

The boy agrees and Mr Mackay adds: “Cool, then to be honest I think you are really cute.

“Is that Ok? Just as long as you know but you can delete that message. Lol.” The boy did not delete the message.

In another exchange on Sunday, September 8, the boy claims Mr Mackay revealed his sexuality before deleting the post.

A note saying a message has been deleted shows up on Facebook messenger at this point.

The schoolboy responded politely, telling the MSP: “As long as you’re not trying anything I don’t mind you being gay.”

And Mr Mackay replies: “Perfect.”

Yes, apparently this is the level that teenage boys are at these days in the West: they have been taught that it is perfectly fine to be friends with adult homosexuals, and the homosexuals will respect their decision to not get gay with them.

The Scottish Sun has seen full details of the conversations which began on Thursday, August 2, 2019, when Mr Mackay sent a ‘Hey’ note at 8.18am via Instagram.

The teenager told The Scottish Sun that before the unexpected social media contact, he had no idea who the politician was.

Mr Mackay, Renfrewshire North and West MSP, initially exchanged pleasantries with the lad on August 3 on Instagram where the politician told him it was “nice to chat”.

At the end of the conversation the boy asked: “Are you not a politician?” Mr Mackay replied: “Aye.”

Mr Mackay then attempted to engage him in conversation on nine occasions — switching from Instagram to Facebook — between August 8 and 30.

And on September 8 he tried to make contact again, this time asking the boy, whose profile contains rugby pics: “Do you follow scottish rugby nations.”

Messages show the boy is clear about his age, telling Mr Mackay in September he is 16 and at school.

The offer to take the boy to a rugby game came as he quizzed the youngster about the sport, saying: “You might have to explain the rules before I go.”

The lad replies: “It’s really hard to explain it by text. It’s a lot easier to explain it while watching a match.”

Mr Mackay posts back: “Is that an invite lol.”

The teen dismisses the idea, saying: “Don’t have the money for that.”

But Mr Mackay then offers: “I could take you?” The boy then says he “wouldn’t mind that” and the MSP immediately asks: “What’s your mobile.”

Within minutes of receiving the number Mr Mackay is said to have sent a text to the youngster from his long-held mobile number, verified by The Scottish Sun.

He later sent a separate text to the boy, which we have seen.

In a further chat in October Mr Mackay asks the lad to help him deliver campaign leaflets.

He tells Mr Mackay he would need to get home before 8pm to which the politician says: “Oh you will be finished long before then.

The MSP then sends a follow-up message, asking “Unless you wanted to stay for dinner lol.”

But the boy says that “My mum would get worried” and does not accept — or go to deliver leaflets — despite Mr Mackay appearing to put pressure on him.

The SNP big gun tells him: “I do finance and the economy.”

He then asks: “You are pro independence yeah?”

The boy replies: “Don’t really have an opinion tbh.”

Yeah, no one does. That’s not a good seduction line.

On December 16, Mr Mackay gets in touch again and tells the lad he will be hosting a Scottish Rugby Union reception at Holyrood which he says was taking place on January 8.

He tells the boy: “I think I will do that rugby event.”

The lad replies: “Great to hear.” Mr Mackay adds: “And you can be my guest.”

Mr Mackay even took time out on Christmas Day to contact the boy, sending a string of messages including one just before midnight that said: “You still up.”

The minister continued to contact him over the festive period including a message which appears to have been sent when the MSP was at the gym.

And on December 27, he ramped up comments with the “cute” remarks.

Since then, the boy has not replied, despite receiving 12 messages from the Nat up until five days ago.

The lad says he accidentally posted a thumbs-up when scrolling through chats on January 31, but quickly deleted it.

That sounds like it was a cry for help, rather than an accident.

The boy’s raging mum said: “Inside, I have always been afraid of what can happen on social media — but I never really thought something like this would happen to him.

“When I finally found out what was going on I was furious.

“A man like that is not supposed to say these sort of things to a boy — he looks like he wants something from my son. When I finally read the messages it was terrifying and made my stomach turn. My son’s friends, his girlfriend, can say he is cute — but not this strange man.

“When he asks my son if it’s OK to call him cute he was then waiting for an answer.

“He was looking for a positive response to see if he can take it further. But he didn’t get a reply and then he seems confused and worried about what he’s said.”

The mother told how the first she knew of the chats was when her son “mentioned a politician had invited him to a rugby reception at the parliament”.

She went on: “I just thought ‘that sounds good’ and assumed he’d be going with his friends and team-mates.

“I said it would be good to meet some important people because it could help you in the future.

“Every time he goes somewhere I have a chat with him because I want to protect him. But what can I do when someone contacts him on social media on Christmas Day?

“It’s very upsetting this was going on and I didn’t know anything about it.”

Yeah, she went right up to the line of social acceptability in this interview.

Honestly, if this was in England instead of Scotland, they would probably arrest the boy and his mother for homophobia – “you’ve got a nasty mind, lad. The minister was just trying to compliment ye. He just want to be friends and take you to rugby, lad, and your mind goes straight to the gutter. You’re a hater, lad. This is pure homophobia, thinking those nasty thoughts about the good minster.”

This whole story is literally straight out of a PSA on the threat of homosexual men.

Watch the classic 1961 PSA warning teenage boys about the threat of homosexuals.

Instead of inviting him to go fishing, he invited him to a rugby game.

The other difference being that Mackey is an OPEN HOMOSEXUAL.

There is nothing wrong with an older man hanging out with a teenage boy, so it is natural enough to say “sure, mister” if you get invited to a sports game. Except that at this point, you can pretty much guarantee that the man inviting you is a homosexual, even if he isn’t openly homosexual, because the majority of straight men are afraid that they would get accused of being a homosexual if they were to be seen hanging out with a teenager.

It is totally insane that we live in a society where faggots are now so bold that they will just target boys right on social media, without worrying about losing their job – even if they’re on track to become a highly powerful politician.

Imagine how many of these situations Pete Buttigieg would get in if he became president. Of course, the American media is Jewish enough that it would cover it all up.

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