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, […]

The Only ‘Hoax’ is Your Anti Hate Policies Twitter

Yesterday was Holocaust Memorial day. A sombre occasion to remember the millions of Jews and other persecuted individuals who were savagely murdered in the Nazi death camps. To anyone with an ounce of humanity the atrocities of the Holocaust remain one of the greatest stains on the human soul. It stands as an example of […]

The Myths about Poppies and Muslims

We all know what the Poppy represents. Some choose to wear one, some do not. There is no shame in not wearing one. It is a matter of personal choice. Speaking personally, I choose to wear a Poppy every year. I do this to remember all those who fell in the Great Wars and those […]

Kristallnacht – Lest We Forget

The 9th and 10th November mark an anniversary of a dark event that needs to be remembered as it stands as a warning from history. On the 9th November 1938 Kristallnacht began – An attack on Jewish homes, businesses and people by the Sturmabteilung or “SA”, who were Hitler’s “Brownshirts”. This attack was in response […]

Bluehand Hater Suspended

With the suspension of @GSDDogLover from Twitter it seems like a good time to shed further light on Bluehand and their desperate attempts to claim credibility as a bastion of righteousness standing against the ills of the world. In typical Bluehand fashion, following the suspension of this most loathsome account they immediately tried to manifest […]

Threats toward our American Admin at RH

November 3, 2017 It’s been one year since I first went public about the death threats I received targeting Jews and minorities online. I remember the one posted below specifically because it arrived on my birthday. My dear friends at Resisting Hate were on this before I even woke up so I didn’t have to […]

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 […]

Jason Schumann – Efemico

Rather a small fry entry for our Resisting Hate Rogues Gallery but an interesting subject as we have received more screenshots regarding the online abuse perpetuated by Jason Schumann than we have any other hater in our archives. Schumann is a self proclaimed anti Islamophobic activist. He claims to be the founder of a group […]

FLA Violent Agenda Exposed

 Latest article by FashTrasha Matthew Wilkinson, a senior administrator close to leader John Meighan has revealed via Twitter that the Football Lads Alliance (or FLA) are “building up the numbers peacefully” before engaging in what supporter Stipple calls “action”.  Many already believe this to be the case, the massed-ranks of the united football hooligan organisation quietly developing a significant […]

Sue Hall – Neo Fascist Artist

Sue Hall, is a popular textile artist regularly exhibited, who tweets hate towards the London Mayor, and shares bigotry with neo-nazis without any of her fans worldwide realising the depth of hate espoused by her horrific views.  Looking at her tweets, there are even Muslim fans of her textile exhibits, sadly unaware she is a […]

Explaining “Kek”

  You’ve probably seen some right wing morons trolling groups like ours who come out with nonsense like “Praise Kek”, “The Left can’t meme” and other similar idiocy along with a fascination with Pepe the frog and a green version of the Nazi flag. I thought it might be an idea to explain who these […]

What Exactly Do We Mean By “Far Right”

The political terminology of left, right, extreme left, far right can be a minefield for anybody trying to make sense of their newspaper. Not only are the terms hard to pin down to a precise definition they are also used interchangeably and (often) wrongly, leading to widespread confusion. In order to understand what we mean […]