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% […]

Amy Mek

Usually when a Twitter account has a large number of followers it is because they are a high profile individual and frequently seen in the public eye. This rule of thumb is as true for haters as it is for any other Twitter account. Which is why the Twitter account of Amy Mek is such […]

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 […]

Jack Buckby – Liberty to Lunacy

We have recently been asked to add some information about Jack Buckby to our site as many people have seen him mentioned across the Resisting Hate social media. With the council elections looming this seemed a good opportunity to take a closer look at a prominent figure in Anne Marie Waters’ hate party ‘For Britain’. […]

Westboro Baptist Church

The Westboro Baptist Church are a deeply homophobic organisation based in Kansas, USA. Their primary slogan is ‘God Hates Fags’ (which is an offensive term for a homosexual) and their modus operendi mainly involves picketing the funerals of high profile individuals with placards proclaiming their extremist views. They make no distinction between funerals of LGBT […]

The Hopkins Hate Archive

We have put together a collection of the worst of Katie Hopkins tweets in an archive to support our campaign to remove her platforms on social media. We will regularly update. Roanna Carleton-TaylorRoanna is one of the founder members of Resisting Hate. She is the author of many of our articles, and also publishes a […]

Robert Spencer – Banned in the UK

Robert Spencer is the Islamophobic founder of blog site Jihad Watch, described by Wikipedia as ‘one of the main homes of the counter jihad movement on the net’ but described by pretty much everybody else as a radical hate site promoting discrimination and prejudice toward Muslims. Spencer has fostered an academic career off the back […]

Richard Spencer – ‘Alt Right’ Nazi

Richard Spencer was relatively unknown prior to Trump’s inauguration, when he got very publicly punched while trying to explain why he was wearing a Pepe the Frog pin on his jacket. The video of the punch went viral shortly after it happened, with many people feeling that in this specific instance the violence was justified. Seeing […]