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 […]

Hate Speech Is Not Free Speech

The right to free speech has become a contested and contentious issue in the arena of anti hate activism. The pro free speech argument rests on the fact that people have a right to express their views and that censorship denies people this basic right. The counter argument runs on the lines that there needs […]

Fascism – A Discussion

When people think of fascism, thoughts often turn to militarism and the associated iconography of Nazism; the black swastika on a white disc in a blood-red flag; the eagle grasping a wreathed swastika; runic letters that speak of ancient cultural roots. For others it is the holocaust; the murder and suffering of the Jews and […]

White Supremacist Makes Death Threats

Today’s piece is an extension of articles that have been written previously by a chap called Jonathan Jennings. Previously we mentioned that we have had death threats via his podcasts and suchlike. Today, things took an alarming turn with him putting his hate in writing. He was targeting not only our main account @ResistingHate on […]

Racist Thinks “Blacks A Drain On World”

  As a group, we aren’t just against anti-Islamic hate, although there’s so much out there that it seems to take up most of our time. We also deal with hate from other avenues. For example, racism, homophobia etc… This delightful person we encountered while they gave people abuse for supporting people regardless of their […]

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 […]