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”

  ‪@IJasymin ‬is today’s subject Hope you’re all having a good day. Today I’m writing about someone who I encountered last night and who I just had to bring to everyone’s attention. 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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Christmas And The Left Wing

That time of year is once again upon us when the shops are stocked with tinsel and the newspapers filled with stories of how minority groups and the political left are trying to pull the plug on the festive season. Perhaps almost as much of a tradition now as the mince pie and pudding is […]

Whereof One Cannot Speak…

This famous quotation from Wittgenstein is usually interpreted as being an indictment on the inability of language to express complex truths. The implication being that if we do not have the necessary words we should refrain from the attempt. I’m stretching the scope of the quote slightly here to extend to the idea that in […]

Why Casual Racism Isn’t “Bants”

Britain is recognised worldwide for having a unique sense of humour and the ability to laugh in the face of gritty reality. This stood us in good stead through two World Wars and continues to serve the people of the country well through hardship, economic instability and remarkably even a Conservative government. However, no matter […]