Brian Silvester

Councillor Brian Silvester (who is not currently a counseller but still uses the title on Twitter) is mainly active in sharing his far right (and, in our opinion, repulsive views on Twitter)   Prior to finding his niche as a supporter of Anne Marie Waters’ extremist anti Islam views on Twitter, Silvester was a councellor […]

Blair Cottrell

Blair Cottrell is perhaps best described as the Tommy Robinson of Australia. A man with a violent criminal past, leader of an extremist organisation and a rally point for the worst of the country to get behind to promote a hate agenda. Cottrell served four months in prison for arson in 2012 and seven days […]

Anne Marie Waters

Anne Marie Waters presents herself as the political wing of the far right. She broke from Labour in 2014 and joined UKIP where she stood for candidacy in the Lambeth Council elections. She came last with a derisory 216 votes. She then went to stand for the party as a potential MP candidate in the […]

Did Far right Extremist LIE about being called a racial slur?

There was an interesting incident at the March for a People’s vote on 23 June 2018 when far right convicted fraudster Stephen Yaxley-Lennon supporter Jonaya English accused a pro EU supporter of calling her a ‘house negro.” This is one of the far-left, pro EU protestors who just called me a "house negro"! Share this! […]

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 […]

Raheem Kassam

It is my opinion that, in the absence of convicted fraudster Stephen Lennon, Raheem Kassam fancies himself as the de facto leader of the far right. It is not a position for which there is much competition as most contenders are either in prison (Robinson, Fransen), on a social media ban (Golding) banned from entering […]

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 […]

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 […]

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. […]

Andrew Torba from Gab.ai and his Abusive Emails

It was brought to the notice of Resisting Hate today that an individual using the complaints process on GAB.ai to highlight an extremist anti semitic account was abused and mocked by the CEO Andrew Torba. Caroline messaged Gab.ai to raise her concerns about Alison Chabloz, an individual recently convicted of publishing grossly offensive material. Chabloz […]

Misconceptions, Hate and Child Groomers

I have never encountered a person who does not object to the presence of child groomers in society and nor do I ever expect to. The abuse of children is one of the few subjects where the left wing and the right wing are in perfect agreement. It is always wrong to harm a child. […]