Criminalisation Of Asylum Seekers

Guest Article UK’s criminalisation of asylum seekers has created the worst system in Western Europe Currently in the Western world, we are seeing an increasingly hostile climate to asylum seekers. The rebranding of the Refugee Crisis as the ‘Migrant Crisis’ by Conservatives and the far-right has increased xenophobia among the continent. Using the term ‘migrant’ […]

Black Van Man: Far Right Pound Shop Journalist

I write this as an ethnic minority who is also a proud member of Resisting Hate. One of my main reasons for joining RH was that I was sick and tired of people feeling that they had the right to victimise, bully, harass and intimidate others just for who they are or what they identify […]

Why Death Threats Are Always Wrong. Yes, Even To Tommy Robinson!

It is no secret that Resisting Hate think Tommy Robinson is a dangerous far right extremist. He is a racist, bigoted hater who uses his easily duped and gullible followers to grift vast amounts of money and promote his own personal war against the Muslim community. But abhorrent as I find Robinson’s views and behaviour […]

How to Deal With Being Bullied Online

The internet has brought a great many benefits to the modern world. We use it for entertainment, for knowledge, for socialising and for shopping. We bank on the internet, we find our careers on the internet and we fall in love on the internet. It is fair to say that in 2019 we would all […]

Anonymity in the Age of Hate

The age of anonymous communication has given a voice to those who would otherwise have been silent. The internet has given people the ability to speak out against oppression, political persecution and corruption without fear of reprisal. There is safety in anonymity and, perhaps more than any other advance in technology, the world wide web […]

‘Imam Mohammad Tawhidi.

Written by Imad Rostami and republished with his kind permission. Tawhidi is not a qualified scholar of Islamic theology. His status was never recognized by the Australian National Imams Council or its South Australian equivalent. Even extraordinarily liberal Muslims and “reformists” like Zuhdi Jasser have recognised that there are certain unavoidable issues associated with Tawhidi […]

When Rights Collide

First published at Byline Times The initial response from the far right social media contingent as news broke about a group of parents of faith protesting LGBT content on a school curriculum in Birmingham was glee. They had found a controversial issue they believed would cause a schism among left wing activists. For the far […]

The Choice not to Hate

Our thanks to guest writer Brigantia for sending us this thoughtful piece.  Can you feel it? That we’ve been called to something? That we’ve been born in a time that allows us to live poised on the very brink of great global change? I feel it in me. There’s something here that burns deep and […]

CitizenGO’s campaign against the LGBTQI community and Feminists

The use of a campaign bus or “battle bus” is nothing new, used by political party candidates, usually a party leader, as a centre of operations as they traverse the country making speeches and other engagements during general election campaigns.  It enables politicians to convey their message more directly to journalists, enabling journalists to get […]

Katie Hopkins – Pro Israel but Antisemitic

Hatey Katey is infamous for her dislike and derision of pretty much everyone. Muslims, fat people, the ginger haired, residents of Scotland… For years she has thrived on a diet of prejudice and bigotry. The one exception being her recent pro Israel stance and her determination to portray herself as a champion of the Jewish […]

From the Far Right to a Better Future

Thank you to our guest writer who has shared below his story of joining and leaving far right extremism. I was born in the East End of London in 1970 in a working class family times are tough but we always had food on the table and my Dad worked extremely long hours to make […]

Trans People Exist, Sport is For All, the Elite need to get real.

Sport England have a vision for sport and physical activity.   Sport England: towardS an activE nation Sport England Strategy 2016 – 21 introduction In December 2015 the Government published Sporting Future: A New Strategy for an Active Nation.It sets a bold aand ambitious direction for sport policy which is documented at www.sportengland.org They have grouped […]