When Did We Learn To Hate Like This?

Piece written by one of our members I was talking to my friends at Resisting Hate about contributing to their blog. I felt this piece that I wrote earlier in the year might be a good addition to the website. I read through it again today and it finally hit me (forgive my old brain) […]

Resisting Hate – A Year Down the Line

Resisting Hate – Just ordinary people doing what’s right. As most of our readers and supporters will know – Resisting Hate started out in 2016 as an online protest group in response to Islamophobic Twitter hate group Bluehand. We began as a parody organisation, intentionally copying the #Bluehand branding to cause confusion and to disrupt […]

Cheerleaders of Terror

 Another deadly, despicable terrorist attack takes place with Islamic extremist terror organisation ISIS the main suspects and the worldwide far right cannot hide their celebrations. Donald Trump is at his most shaky since his election as media attention is switched from the Trump administration’s alleged collusion with Russia towards Muslim bans and “extreme vetting”. Whilst 99.99% […]

Adam Kennaugh – Fascist Tory Clinician

Adam Kennaugh is a neo-fascist extremist Conservative Party member, registered clinician, school governor and hospital clinical director, specialising in opthalmic (eye) disorders in children, and is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine. He serves as a school governor, and has done so, for the past 15 years.  Now living in Nottinghamshire, he stood for election in […]

Why We Need To Stop Spreading Hate

  A guest writer for Resisting Hate It is hard not to notice that there are a lot of groups and messages of hate around today. There is a link between this hate and the increasing abuse and violence. Hate breeds hate, breeds more hate… As most of the hatred I see and hear about […]

Disharmony in 140 characters

Cliché after cliché. Reverse racism was today’s. Was everyone brainwashed? Is it racist for a black woman, that has suffered exclusion, name-calling, and online abuse, to remark that Britain has a problem with racism? Is it acceptable, to sit in a room, in Britain, complaining about people’s racism against white folk? Did India’s caste system […]

Haters React To Attack in The Louvre

As you will no doubt have heard, there was an incident at the Louvre today which involved a man attacking a soldier with a knife, with the press now reporting he shouted “Allahu Akbar” as he did it. As usual, this has brought morons out in force over various social media platforms. As you can […]

So Long And Thanks For All The Fish

Guest article from an associate of Resisting Hate who wishes to remain anonymous. Last year I was assaulted and heavily injured, my crime, wearing a Remain button and having a slight accent, luckily my dog who was roaming in the bushes heard me scream and saw the attacker off, which stopped him from doing more […]

The Challenges Of Anti Hate Activism

Being involved in anti hate activism in the year that will see Article 50 triggered in Britain, Donald Trump take the presidency in the USA and – potentially – several far right governments established in Europe is no walk in the park. Make no mistake, these are challenging times. Hate is encroaching into the fabric […]

The Rise Of Anti Hate Activism

Newton told us that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction and although the science behind that may elude the author of this article, the premise doesn’t. The third law of motion is surprisingly apropos to the wave of Anti Hate activism on social media. Online hate was initially confined in the […]

Claiming 2017 Back From The Haters

There is little need to recap the chaos of 2016. Certainly to anyone with a social media presence or who reads the newspapers the horrors have been all too evident. From an increase in worldwide terrorism to the shock Brexit referendum through the rise in Nationalism, evidenced by support for hate groups like Britain First […]

Twitter is Not Tackling Hate Crime

Warning – some extremely offensive Tweets quoted in this article As anybody involved in online anti hate activism knows from bitter experience, the backing of social media platforms (and Twitter in particular) is sadly lacking when it comes to tackling the racist, sexist, Islamophobic, Anti Semitic and downright offensive behaviours exhibited on the platform on […]