Sean Creighton is alleged to have stirred up racial hatred with online post. Alleged he posted picture of man holding a rifle in front of a black child. Also is said to have possessed document called ‘White Resistance Manual’ . Denied 10 charges against him and was remanded in jail to await his trial Sean Creighton, above, faces 10 charges relating to causing racial hatred, many related to posts online. He denies the charges A suspected neo-Nazi is accused of a terrorism offence and of writing a litany of racist, Islamophobic, homophobic and anti-Semitic calls to arms on social media. Sean Creighton, 44, allegedly stirred up racial hatred by posting an image of a man brandishing a rifle in front of a black child. Creighton, a dad who lives with his parents in Enfield, north London, is also accused of putting an image of Adolf Hitler along with the message ‘kill the Muslims’ online. It is alleged he possessed an electronic document entitled ‘White Resistance Manual 2.4′ which is said to contain details of improvised weapons and explosives. Heavily-tattooed Creighton appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today to deny all ten charges against him. He sat quietly in the dock with a short growth of hair on his head and stubble while wearing a navy Burberry-style bomber jacket with blue jeans. Creighton, a dad who lives with his parents in Enfield, north London, is also accused of putting an image of Adolf Hitler along with the message ‘kill the Muslims’ online Among the other posts he is said to have put on social media is an image of a gun alongside a swastika and the words ‘Jews prepare to die’. And he is said to have posted an image of an injured man alongside words intended to stir hatred of sexual orientation as well as a cartoon of a head in a noose. He is also accused of possessing stickers from Combat 18, the neo-Nazi organisation, with the text ‘sink the refugee boats!’. Creighton is so said to have possessed a badge with ‘burn your local mosque’ written on it. Senior District Judge Howard Riddle said: ‘Mr Creighton, on the allegations you deny you are sent to the Central Criminal Court sitting at the Old Bailey. The first hearing is September 19. ‘You are remanded in custody.’ The charges all relate to dates between January 29 and June 29. He was arrested on June 29 and charged on Wednesday.