2017 GE UKIP Candidate Posts Hate Tweets

Caroline Santos was the UKIP candidate for the Scotland constituency Argyll and Bute. She plans to contest the Rutherglen/Hamilton West seat at the 2017 General Election. We came across Caroline very recently when this tweet was brought to our attention by an anonymous third party with concerns that an individual representing a mainstream party should […]

Katie Hopkins Your Hate Has Gone Too Far

Accustomed as I am to reading the attention seeking articles and tweets from Katie Hopkins with a sharp intake of breath, her online antics this week have taken me even closer to an apoplectic asthma attack than usual. Few of you will need reminding of the tweet I am referring to: It is important to […]

Paul Watson – @PrisonPlanet

  Today our featured hater is Budget Milo himself, Paul Joseph Watson – aka @PrisonPlanet. Some of you may have seen his videos, short snappy little numbers where he rants and raves about “lefties” and “the evils of Islam”. He has his own YouTube Channel with quite a following of people who like his posts. […]

Joe Cater – The Titanic Has sunk

  Joe Cater is the author of the not so well selling, self published pdf on Amazon called Titanic Britain – Left Wing Liberal iceberg. Up until 2 days ago he also had a Twitter account with a large following but this has now been suspended (as have the three attempts he has made to reincarnate his […]

A Well-Travelled Syrian?

I was on Twitter this evening (yes, it happens sometimes!) and happened across the following tweet. The Bluehand logo, for readers who are unaware, is a warning sign that the account is run by a racist idiot. Compare the size of your family to this one. Child benefit should only be paid for the frist […]

Colliding With The Iceberg Of Hate

A guest article submitted by one of our friends. Did Warren Beatty think the song was about him? Given the vivid force with which Carly Simon sketched his character it is not difficult to believe that he did. Similarly, if I were to name the person who triggered and centred in the following events, he […]

Online Hate Speech – Words Matter

Our anti hate group encounter a good deal of animosity toward our commitment to the fight against online hate speech and hate crime. The arguments levied at us suggest that we should focus more on “real hate speech” in the “real world” with cries that “It is only the internet” and “Words don’t matter.” This […]

Twitter is Not Tackling Hate Crime

Warning – some extremely offensive Tweets quoted in this article As anybody involved in online anti hate activism knows from bitter experience, the backing of social media platforms (and Twitter in particular) is sadly lacking when it comes to tackling the racist, sexist, Islamophobic, Anti Semitic and downright offensive behaviours exhibited on the platform on […]

The Anonymous Mr Bond

As, despite all his efforts, Bond from Old Bluehand still remains largely unknown it seems apposite for our group to introduce the growing Resisting Hate membership to the man whose online hate speech inspired us to form in the first place. This is a whistle stop tour of the man – and the first in […]

Take The Hate Tags Down Twitter

If I drew you a graph of my faith in humanity you would see during the last twenty four hours a nose dive broadly comparable to the crash of the pound a few hours after Brexit. Just when as co founder of an anti hate group I had started to think I had seen it […]

Owning The Anti Hate Buzz Words

My mobile phone has now got to the stage where if I type the letter d it comes up with the auto suggestion that I want to use the word diversity. Such is perhaps the eventual lexical fate of anyone involved in an anti-hate group. However, although I am gratified my Android device is so […]

What You Can Do To Fight Hate

Joining an anti hate group isn’t for everyone. Even when the daily death threats finally become as commonplace as the morning coffee anti hate work still brings with it challenges and negativity that most people understandably don’t want to bring into their lives. But the passion of the British public for tolerance remains strong with […]