Hate Platform Gab.ai reaction to Royal Wedding

Alternative Media platform Gab.ai prides itself on free speech and the non censorship of posts. As an organisation Resisting Hate has always fought against platforms like this which fail to acknowledge hate speech and the consequences of hate. I show you these screenshots today, illustrating how Gab reacted to the Royal Wedding, not to shock […]

Freedom of Speech is a Fantasy

Absolute freedom of speech doesn’t exist and it never will. A world of free speech would soon descend into chaos and anarchy. We are bound by social convention, the law and an awareness of public safety and most of us follow both these actual and implied rules on a subconscious level on a daily basis. […]

London Violence

Violence in London has been an ongoing problem for several years; it’s nothing new in England’s capital. It has been happening for years, from the likes of the Kray Twins and the Richardsons to the three drug dealers who were killed in December 1997 in Rettendon, Essex. We have also seen notorious football violence during […]

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 […]

Islam from a Muslim

Thank you to a Resisting Hate member who has taken the time to write this post about the true nature of Islam and why it is never compatiable with terrorism. Islam is the world’s second largest religion yet it is also one of the most misunderstood. For various reasons – be they political, economic, biased […]

What Are ‘TERFS’ Good For?

What are Terfs Good for? Nothing, absolutely nothing By any other name. Transgender Exclusionary Radical Feminists, Terf.  Its not a slur its an acronym.  Be it by any other name, Gender Critical Feminist (hilarious when their desire to confirm is tedious) or some other tag, they are transphobes or more accurately bullies. They use techniques, […]

Why Am I Resisting Hate?

A very honest account from one of our members about their individual journey to Resisting Hate. Firstly, a confession. I used to be a casual Islamaphobe. I’d have voted yes to ban the hijab. I used to ‘like’ and ‘share’ Biffer memes – because I was ignorant. Because of the people I was friends with, […]

A Letter to Jayda From A Muslim RH Member

One of our Muslim membes writes an open letter to Jayda Fransen discussing matters of faith. Dear Jayda, I am proudly and unapologetically a Muslim. I’m no hate-driven, fear-injecting bigot like you and I am thankful for that. Unlike you, I actually love Jesus Christ, upon whom be peace.  Moreover, I genuinely follow his teachings […]

Resisting Hate – Our Beliefs and Values

As Resisting Hate have grown as a group and a community we have started to receive a lot more coverage. Some of this has been very positive, some not so positive and some downright libellous. But one thing it has shown us is that it is important to be transparent and  consistent with the messages […]

Learning From The Video Game ‘Assassin’s Creed’

It is true that we can learn a lot from the video game series Assassin’s Creed; we share many similarities with the series even if many do not know why, or are even unaware of it. Whilst we don’t and never will use violence, the characters depicted within the games do but for very different […]

Must Love Stop At The Borders?

Article by one of our members discussing the dangers of egotism Awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President JFK, Pablo Casals was a Catalan cellist and composer. He recorded and conducted a wide range of pieces in his lifetime and became well known in particular for his interpretations of Johann Bach. However I personally […]

There Is No Such Thing as a ‘Happy Pill’

My hopes of unbiased reporting without a bigoted agenda are never high when reading an article on the Mail Online but I was even more annoyed than usual when reading their article on the subject of mental health published 29 December 2017. It is hard to say what irritated me the most – the use […]