The Hate Video Mocking The Grenfell Tower Tragedy

Today we (along with other anti hate groups and the media) were sent footage relating to a Bonfire Night celebration where the focus of the evening was the burning of a mock up of the Grenfall Tower – the tower block in West London that caught fire in 2017 leading to the loss of 72 […]

Gab.ai. Why Hate Speech is not Free Speech

The no platforming of far right white supremacist hate site Gab.ai this week has reignited social media’s favourite debate topic of free speech v hate speech. Gab was taken off line after it was shown that the terrorist who committed the Pittsburgh shooting was using the site as a platform to share his anti-Semitic views […]

Robinson’s Supporters threaten ‘Civil War’ and Violence

Tomorrow (27th September 2018) is the date of Tommy  Robinson’s (real name Stephen Yaxley Lennon) trial for contempt of court. Both Resisting Hate and every other anti hate group out there have written extensively on the subject and will undoubtedly be updating all of our readers tomorrow once we have a verdict. But the purpose […]

The Times Expose ‘Racist’ UKIP Member Carl Benjamin

In the latest shock expose of the new influx of far right extremists into the UKIP political party which is fast becoming a organisation that has nothing to do with politics and everything to do with hate, Carl Benjamin, better known as You Tube vlogger Sargon of Akkad has been shown to be a vitriolic […]

Not all Posies smell Sweet

So Posie Parker, transphobe extraordinaire has finally been permanently banned from Twitter. She’s now on Facebook, and like all mean bullies, is circling the new playground looking for someone new to attack. Are Furries a recruiting ground for paedophiles Parker asks. The answer is no, just no, plain and simple.  Posie really needs to understand […]

Katie Hopkins – Financial Ruin from Hate

In a tweet yesterday, well known cookery blog author Jack Monroe confirmed that hate preacher Katie Hopkins has had to file for an IVA (Individual Voluntary Arrangement) to avoid going into bankruptcy. Followers of either Ms Monroe or the ranty Mrs Hopkins may remember that Katie lost a high profile court case earlier this year […]

Anne Marie Waters – Suspended for Hate on Twitter

It is gratifying to know that even though Twitter get it wrong a lot of the time they are occasionally capable of making good decisions. Last night the accounts of Anne Marie Waters and Shazia Hobbs, both well known supporters of hate and Islamophobia were suspended from Twitter for hate speech. Of course at Resisting […]

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 […]

Tribute to a Brave Antifascist

As many of our followers will already know, this week the anti-hate community suffered a great loss when much admired anti-fascist activist Lola sadly passed away. It is with great sorrow I pass on condolences from both myself and Resisting Hate to her grieving family and friends and to the brave Antifa movement of which […]

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 […]