LD50 – Free Expression Or Racist Hate?

 Introduction LD50 is a privately owned art gallery run by Lucia Diego in London. The gallery became a major news item last year for for hosting a conference called Neoreaction, with speakers including white supremacist Brett Stevens, whose works inspired killer Anders Breivik, a fact of which he appears proud. Antifascist groups are planning to protest […]

Prevent – Get The Statistics Out There

The government’s counter terrorism Prevent strategy has generated a good deal of controversy in the twelve years since it was first launched. Ostensibly a program that aims to target radicalisation and to help people unwittingly drawn into terrorism it has come under a lot of fire both from Muslims and Non Muslims for being focused […]

Pompous from Swansea

    This particular hater would, under usual circumstances, not have been considered for the Resisting Hate Rogues gallery as he is somewhat of a lonely fantasist as opposed to the hate activists we normally feature. However having given us the laugh of the decade with his recent video threatening members of our group (posted […]

A Well-Travelled Syrian?

I was on Twitter this evening (yes, it happens sometimes!) and happened across the following tweet. The Bluehand logo, for readers who are unaware, is a warning sign that the account is run by a racist idiot. Compare the size of your family to this one. Child benefit should only be paid for the frist […]

The New British Union

Back in 1931 the “New Party had been defeated in the election that year which gave rise in 1932 to the British Union of Fascists and National Socialists, which was then renamed in 1937 as the “British Union”. The Battle of Cable Street in the East End of London in 1936 was a clash between […]

Colliding With The Iceberg Of Hate

A guest article submitted by one of our friends. Did Warren Beatty think the song was about him? Given the vivid force with which Carly Simon sketched his character it is not difficult to believe that he did. Similarly, if I were to name the person who triggered and centred in the following events, he […]

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 […]

Katie Hopkins – Hate Tweets

Katie Hopkins has the responsible job of being employed by the UK press. The manner in which she conducts herself in this job, both in her column at the Daily Mail and on her talk show at LBC are often border line offensive and discriminatory. However it is her personal Twitter account where the hate […]

GAB.ai – The Antisocial Network

GAB claims to be the social network that encourages free speech. Whether this was a genuine intention, or simply an excuse, is unknown, but the site has become synonymous with racism and neo-nazis (or Alt-Right as they prefer to be known nowadays). Another issue is the security of the site, which is apparently very poor. […]

Pepe the Hate Frog

Pepe the Frog began life as an innocuous cartoon figure envisioned by artist Matt Furie. However as his popularity grew he became the iconic symbol of the self styled “Alt right” and became synonymous with Anti Semitism, Neo Nazism and hate crime. Pepe is one of the most common memes on the internet. There is […]

Claire Khaw – Nazi Promotes Infanticide

Claire Khaw is an ex member of the BNP who is hoping to pursue a career in the media. Unfortunately her views are deeply entrenched in far right hate and Nazism so this is proving difficult for her. We encountered Claire on social media the other day discussing her views on children with disabilities. Her […]