London, Sep. 9 (ANI): A white supremacist was given an indefinite jail term by a British court after being found guilty of planning a bomb attack on Asians and blacks.
Pro-Nazi Neil Lewington, 43, was branded as "a dangerous man who exhibits emotional coldness and detachment", The Sun reports.
Racist fanatic Lewington will have to serve a minimum of six years before even being considered for release.
Judge Peter Thornton said: "I accept that in ordinary language, you are an oddball - eccentric, dysfunctional and sometimes immature. But I do not accept you are no more than a pest. My assessment is that you are a dangerous man."
Lewington was on the verge of launching a bomb blitz on those he considered "non-Britons" when he was arrested by chance for being drunk on a railway station.
Cops found two homemade firebombs in the jobless electrician's bag.
And when they searched the home he shared with his parents in Reading, Berks, they discovered a bomb factory in his bedroom and plans to make shrapnel grenades from tennis balls and nuts.
They also found a notebook entitled "Waffen SS UK members' handbook".
Lewington wrote a chapter in it headed "Targeting or attacking Pakis."
Lewington's bedroom contained fascist propaganda including videos of Right-wing terrorists such as London nail bomber David Copeland and Oklahoma fiend Timothy McVeigh.
He was found guilty of five terrorism and two explosives charges at an earlier Old Bailey trial.
His parents, who were present in court, revealed that he had not spoken to his father for a decade. (ANI)