Pompous from Swansea

    This particular hater would, under usual circumstances, not have been considered for the Resisting Hate Rogues gallery as he is somewhat of a lonely fantasist as opposed to the hate activists we normally feature. However having given us the laugh of the decade with his recent video threatening members of our group (posted […]

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 […]

Where Do We Go From Here

This isn’t where we intended to be….. It is hard to find anything positive to write about the appointment of Donald Trump to the most powerful political position in the world. Even without considering his far right views, his links with white supremacists, his obsession with Putin and his sexist behaviour, the man lacks the […]

Is The End Of The World Nigh?

As the USA Presidential race heads into the final two days and shows no sign of being the Democrat landslide that many of us liberals hoped for we enter a nailbitingly tense period which will involve a lot of good people having very little sleep. When Donald Trump first rumbled onto the political scene I […]

Alison Chabloz and her hate

Resisting Hate first came across the notorious Anti Semite Alison Chabloz in 2015. Like many anti hate groups we have felt it prudent to keep an eye on a woman who seems so relentlessly determined to slander the memory of the millions of innocents slaughtered by the Nazis in the Second World War. For Ms Chabloz […]

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 […]