Whitehall protests

The convicted fraudster Stephen Yaxley-Lennon saga continued yesterday as the epicentre of the fash fuelled rage moved from Leeds to Whitehall. Promoted by some sizeable Facebook pages and Twitter accounts the meeting point at Whitehall was proposed as the venue for a protest about Robinson being sent to Hull jail. The wording ‘political prisoner’ (which […]

Alison Chabloz Convicted!

Alison Chabloz was today convicted by a UK court for publishing anti semitic songs. The case was originally brought as a private prosecution by Campaign against Antisemitism but was subsequently taken over by the CPS. Gideon Falter from CAA stated today: “Alison Chabloz has dedicated herself over the course of years to inciting others to […]

Tommy Robinson Arrested

Here at Resisting Hate we are in the same boat as everyone else today. We don’t know the outcome of Robinson’s impromptu trial. Facts so far. Hate preacher convicted fraudster Stephen Yaxley-Lennon was arrested today outside Leeds Crown Court. He was arrested for breach of the peace. Apparently he was attempting to ‘live report’ on […]

Prophet Mohammed and Marriage Ages

Articles with a religious focus at Resisting Hate are always written by a practising member of the faith in question so we were delighted to give one of our Muslim members an opportunity to discuss a topic that regularly comes up in debate on social media and which is often used to attack Muslims by […]

David Vance – In his Own Words

We could write a long article about David Vance but to be honest his posts speak for themselves. However I’ll provide a little background first. David Vance ran for political office as the East Belfast candidate of Traditional Unionist Voice party in Northern Ireland in 2010. He achieved 1856 votes which was less than 6% […]

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 […]

Amy Mek

Usually when a Twitter account has a large number of followers it is because they are a high profile individual and frequently seen in the public eye. This rule of thumb is as true for haters as it is for any other Twitter account. Which is why the Twitter account of Amy Mek is such […]

Christian Bell – Twitter Nazi

Christian Bell is originally from Kirkby in Merseyside and now lives in Liverpool, going by the Twitter handle @BasedBritish1 (aka Based British.) He was a student of film studies and has been a cinema staff worker for the past 6 years. The general theme of all his threads are anti-Semitic, blaming the Jews for all […]

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 […]

Robinson’s Free Speech for all but Muslims

convicted fraudster Stephen Yaxley-Lennon billed his May 6 event as a #DayofFreedom. It was intentionally promoted as a day to fight for free speech and the right for people to express their views, no matter how unpalatable. The event organisers went to great lengths to ensure that their speakers appeared to represent a cross section […]