Do The Far Right Radicalise People?

The one question we’re all asking given the attacks on Mosques and all the social media posts describing Muslims as ‘evil’. We must ask ourselves the key question of whether the far-right is radicalising people. Even before I joined Resisting Hate I saw countless social media posts that were all ‘Islam this, Islam that’, ‘Muslims […]

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 […]

Exposing AMD and her White Supremacy

Far Right one-time former Labour candidate Anne-Marie Waters, too toxic even for UKIP and Nigel Farage to stomach, has set up her own neo-fascist political party called the ‘For Britain’ party, which has been compared by many people to the BNP.  Long-term Islamophobe Waters has, with the assistance of former BNP extremist Jack Buckby, expanded from […]

“Winter Bollocks” – a poem

Posted with kind permission from the author Round here we celebrate Xmas! Round here we celebrate Eid! Round here we embrace Diwali! Round here we embrace each creed! So don’t go spreading your Daily Mail crap About things being PC. It’s a load of winter bollocks And it doesn’t ring true to me! It’s a […]

Who is Ann Coulter?

Ann Coulter is an American public figure with a legal background who regularly represents far right political views in the American media. She is the author of several books including ‘In Trump we Trust’ (written when Coulter still supported Trump as the Republican Presidential candidate.) Coulter is something of an extremist, outspoken on her favourite […]

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 […]

Racism And Language

The concept of whether words are harmful or not is one of the contentions in the free speech debate. Those who support free speech defend their perceived right to employ the language they feel entitled to use. For these people the view is often that words only cause offence if people choose to take offence. […]

Racism in Halifax RLFC

A concerned member of the public has brought to our attention some very troubling issues of racism and race hate linked to Halifax RLFC. Professional rugby league players Ben Johnston, Shane Grady and Steven Tyrer are using Twitter to tweet extreme racial hatred and abuse against Muslims, asylum seekers and refugees. Ben Johnston has also […]

Tackling Our Own Inner Prejudice

With few exceptions most of us like to believe that we are without prejudice. We like to think that we are blind to colour, race, culture and creed and that we see people as individuals and not as a product of a type. As a co founder of an anti hate group, who regularly speaks […]

If You Want To Change The World…

We live in a society made up of individuals who are taught how to think, how to feel, how to conform, and how to hide. It forces us to place the world into simple categories so that we may understand the complexities around us. We are taught that a spirit is our savior and the […]

Hate Beyond The “Isms”

Most of the issues that come the way of our anti hate group Resisting Hate can be broken down into one of four key areas – Anti Semitism, Islamophobia, Homophobia and Racism. Hate trends come and go but fighting these key areas forms the basis of the majority of the work that we do. However […]

Nelson Mandela – Hero Of South Africa

Nelson Mandela was born Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela and was an educated individual, attending the Universities in Witwatersrand, London and South Africa. However, due to apartheid laws, he was greatly discriminated against. It was this discrimination that drove Mandela to joining racial groups in South Africa in order to end apartheid. It is widely accepted that […]