|Born||Colin Robertson |
1983 (age 35–36)
|Occupation||YouTube personality, blogger|
Robertson delivered a speech at the National Policy Institute Conference in November 2016, in Washington DC.
In January 2017, Robertson began receiving coverage from BBC News and national newspapers, after Scottish tabloid the Daily Record claimed to have doxxed Millennial Woes, "expos[ing]" his birth name, family's home address and sending reporters and photographers to his parent's home to try to find him. Robertson was reported to have "left Britain", posting a video to his YouTube channel named "Fugitive Woes". BNP-affiliated group Civil Liberty publicly defended him, claiming his outing by media was a "hate campaign fomented by Daily Mirror", while men's issues blog Return of Kings claimed British "media outlets" were "attempting to incite a mob against him".
On 4 February 2017, Robertson gave a speech entitled "Withnail and I as Viewed From the Right" at The London Forum in Kensington, which The Independent described as "a meeting of prominent far-right voices".
On 25 February 2017, Robertson gave a speech in Stockholm organised by Motpol, which had been promoted as "the most important alt-right conference in Europe". According to IBTimes, the event took place in a "secret location" in Södermalm.
On 1 July 2017, he appeared at the Scandza Forum in Oslo. Searchlight covered his appearance, reporting the title of the conference as "Globalism v the Ethnostate" and Robertson as a "scheduled speaker".
On 10 December 2017, according to Right Wing Watch he began an interview series named Millenniyule 2017, inviting various internet personalities from the alt-right movement, including an appearance from Faith Goldy.
On 28 September 2018, Robertson's Twitter account was suspended.