Milo Yiannopolous

Milo first came to public attention as the protege of far right public figure Steve Bannon, recruited by Bannon to work as editor at the American news agency Breitbart (a site described by founder Andrew Breitbart as ‘The Huffington Post of the far right.’). Milo’s connections to the alt right and far right white supremacists […]

Gavin McInnes and his ‘Proud Boys’

McInnes is a Canadian ex comedian and the co-founder of young adult media network Vice media. He has previously worked for Ezra Levant at Rebel Media (former employer of convicted fraudster Stephen Yaxley-Lennon and current employer of Katie Hopkins) and has also broadcast for conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and right wing news channel Fox News. […]

Vinnie Sullivan

Vinnie Sullivan – real name Vincent Burke – runs a You Tube channel called The Reality Report . He first came to the attention of Resisting Hate as part of John Meighan’s racist group the FLA (Football Lads Alliance). The group who billed themselves as a street movement rather than a political group was ostensibly founded by […]

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 […]

Jolene Bunting

Jolene Bunting was the first candidate to represent the Traditional Unionist Voice party on Belfast City Council. The Unionist party are committed to Northern Ireland remaining part of Great Britain and oppose Irish Nationalism which supports the idea of a united Ireland. Bunting soon proved herself to be a divisive figure and a poor ambassador […]

David Duke

David Duke’s personal career of hate in white supremacy began when he founded the White Youth Alliance at Louisiana State University. He became notorious for strutting around the campus dressed as a Nazi. Duke is best known for leading the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan which was a reimaging of the racist Ku Klux […]

Brittany Pettibone

Brittany Pettibone is a self proclaimed political activist and commentator. She is the partner of Martin Sellner, leader of the controversial extremist far right movement Generation Identity. Pettibone is perhaps best known for her involvement in spreading the lie of the #Pizzagate conspiracy theory. In August 2017 Pettibone used her growing You Tube channel to […]

Alex Jones

Alex Jones runs the fake news website Infowars and is the employer of notorious Islamophobe Paul Watson aka Prison Planet. If you know the term ‘gammon’ Jones is pretty much the epimome of it. He basically is Gammon Man. The site is not satire and the fake news is presented to appeal to a gullible […]

Anish Patel

Anish Patel is one of those far righters who tries and tries to make a name for himself but them ends up being known for all the wrong reasons. Possibly his career in politics and any credibility he attempts to muster is thwarted by the manner in which he expresses his political opinions… Not exactly […]

British National Party

In 1982 the Committee for National Unity decided to establish a new far right political party. This was to be founded on the key policy of British (specifically white British) nationalism and was called the British National Party. Although envisioned as a political party the early years of the BNP were characterised by street based […]

DFLA – Criminal Members

The Football Lads Alliance (FLA) Initially the group billed themselves as an anti terrorism protest group with no affiliation to hard right or hard left politics. However the agenda of the group soon became associated with anti Islam marches and Islamophobia. The Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) As with most far right organisations the FLA […]

David Vance – In his Own Words

We could write a long article about David Vance but to be honest his posts speak for themselves. However I’ll provide a little background first. David Vance ran for political office as the East Belfast candidate of Traditional Unionist Voice party in Northern Ireland in 2010. He achieved 1856 votes which was less than 6% […]