Mark Collett: Neo Nazi

At Resisting Hate we routinely come across the vilest of far-right filth but Mark Collett is one of the foulest Neo Nazis we have ever encountered. The mind of Collett is vicious and plain disturbing. It does not take a mental health professional to work out that this individual is seriously mentally unhinged. There is […]

Why Britain should be proud of the Quakers

An article by Lee Clarke While most immediately think of the kindly-faced smiling man on Quaker Oats Porridge, The Religious Society of Friends, also known as Quakers, are a religious group which formed in the 1600’s based on the teachings of George Fox with the central belief that there is a part of God in […]

“They don’t even teach British History in schools anymore….”

Written by guest writer Andy Stevens “The thing is, they don’t even teach British history in schools anymore.” I had this said to me at a show last year. I was there exhibiting and storytelling. I asked why the man who spoke to me thought that. He replied that they couldn’t teach it, because it […]

Multiculturalism: An Ancient and Ongoing ‘Experiment’

an article by Lee Clarke Multiculturalism is the idea that many different cultures can live together peacefully in one society or country. Many countries around the world are now multicultural and include people of a number of different religions, beliefs, ethnicities and cultures within them. Our own country has become progressively diverse and people from […]

Anti-Intellectualism in Britain and why it’s Dangerous

A guest article by Lee Clarke On the night of 24th April 1915, the Minister of The Interior of the Ottoman Empire, Talaat Pasha gave the order.  Starting on that night, eventually more than 200 Armenian intellectuals would be deported and murdered by Ottoman troops. It was the start of the grisly events known as […]

Why Brexit Happened: Anti-Intellectualism and Identity

A guest piece written by Lee Clarke A few days ago I called a taxi to take me home from work. The driver was very friendly and spoke with an accent so, as I am a nerd for different cultures, I asked him where he was from and he told me he came from Turkey. […]

The Right to be Openly Atheist

This article has been written by guest writer Laurence Crouch. A valuable piece. We regularly highlight the rights of people of faith but it is equally important that the rights of atheists to their own beliefs are also not overlooked. As I’m sure most readers of this site will agree, hatred, violence and oppression should […]

Prophet Mohammed and Marriage Ages

Articles with a religious focus at Resisting Hate are always written by a practising member of the faith in question so we were delighted to give one of our Muslim members an opportunity to discuss a topic that regularly comes up in debate on social media and which is often used to attack Muslims by […]

Christian Bell – Twitter Nazi

Christian Bell is originally from Kirkby in Merseyside and now lives in Liverpool, going by the Twitter handle @BasedBritish1 (aka Based British.) He was a student of film studies and has been a cinema staff worker for the past 6 years. The general theme of all his threads are anti-Semitic, blaming the Jews for all […]

Big Philip Campion – Fallen Star, Hidden Racist

At Resisting Hate we have the pleasure of fighting all forms of discrimination in our attempt to make the world a better place for present and future generations. However, in doing this, there are times when we come across certain ghastly individuals like Philip Campion who just don’t seem willing to play a role in […]

The Met, Racism and Islamophobia

The Metropolitan Police Service has a long, murky and varied history when it comes to institutionalized racism and police brutality. Victims of this state-sanctioned criminality tend to be members of the black, minority and ethnic communities. The response to this issue came to prominence in the 1950s – 80s in the form of both peaceful […]

I’m Right Wing but not a Hater

At Resisting Hate we get a lot of criticism that we only focus on hate from the right wing and we have a strong left wing bias. This is probably true but it is important to look at balanced views as at best we can learn from other people and at least we can start […]