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! […]

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 […]

For Britain – Failing by Numbers

It was of no surprise to anybody at all (with the possible exception of Anne Marie Waters) that hate group ‘For Britain’ crashed and burned in the Lewisham East by election yesterday. At 1.2% of the overall vote even the most deluded racists would struggle to put a positive spin on the total fascist knockout […]

Lies, Damned Lies and Tommy Robinson

Twitter erupted last night with the enraged tears of the far right as high profile hater convicted fraudster Stephen Yaxley-Lennon was relocated from his current incarceration in Hull to a jail in the Midlands. Although initial leaked info suggested Tommy had been moved to Leicester jail, the current (as yet unconfirmed) belief is that he […]

Shocking Far Right Chat Log

This is a rare opportunity to see the kind of discussions the far right have, the nature of the language they use and the beliefs they hold. I joined the You Tube chat of the live stream ‘Protest Against Al Quds’ chat on the Red Pill Factory today and the transcript below is a direct […]

Hate Platform Gab.ai reaction to Royal Wedding

Alternative Media platform Gab.ai prides itself on free speech and the non censorship of posts. As an organisation Resisting Hate has always fought against platforms like this which fail to acknowledge hate speech and the consequences of hate. I show you these screenshots today, illustrating how Gab reacted to the Royal Wedding, not to shock […]

Freedom of Speech is a Fantasy

Absolute freedom of speech doesn’t exist and it never will. A world of free speech would soon descend into chaos and anarchy. We are bound by social convention, the law and an awareness of public safety and most of us follow both these actual and implied rules on a subconscious level on a daily basis. […]

Radicalised Facebook Followers

The following screenshots are all genuine examples of comments on far right individual and group pages on Facebook. This is why we object to hate speech. It fuels the kind of hatred and prejudice that we have evidenced here.   Lisa CarlisleBackground in Investigative journalism. Mum. Christian. I’m better than nobody and nobody is better […]

London Violence

Violence in London has been an ongoing problem for several years; it’s nothing new in England’s capital. It has been happening for years, from the likes of the Kray Twins and the Richardsons to the three drug dealers who were killed in December 1997 in Rettendon, Essex. We have also seen notorious football violence during […]

Big Philip Campion – Fallen Star, Hidden Racist

At Resisting Hate we have the pleasure of fighting all forms of discrimination in our attempt to make the world a better place for present and future generations. However, in doing this, there are times when we come across certain ghastly individuals like Philip Campion who just don’t seem willing to play a role in […]

Jack Buckby – Liberty to Lunacy

We have recently been asked to add some information about Jack Buckby to our site as many people have seen him mentioned across the Resisting Hate social media. With the council elections looming this seemed a good opportunity to take a closer look at a prominent figure in Anne Marie Waters’ hate party ‘For Britain’. […]

The Met, Racism and Islamophobia

The Metropolitan Police Service has a long, murky and varied history when it comes to institutionalized racism and police brutality. Victims of this state-sanctioned criminality tend to be members of the black, minority and ethnic communities. The response to this issue came to prominence in the 1950s – 80s in the form of both peaceful […]