"Hope not Hate", September 14, 2012, says that films that mock the Prophet Mohammed should be illegal.
"Hope not Hate" in 2013 tried to publicise where Robert Spencer lives and worships.
Thus casually putting his life at risk from Islamic jihadi attack.
"Hope not Hate"
is basically a left-wing hate site.
"Hope not Hate" are targeting UKIP:
UKIP haters: desperately seeking fascism, Patrick Hayes, 6 May 2014.
Hayes points out that now the EDL and BNP have receded,
the commie groups
UAF and "Hope not Hate" are at a bit of a loose end,
so they have suddenly decided that UKIP are evil.
"Given that UKIP has existed since 1991,
it's strange that it's taken over two decades for these groups to unmask UKIP's latent fascism."
the leading supporters of Islamic jihad in Britain.
See open support for Islamic jihad from
Since Galloway supports Islamic terror, and Socialist Unity supports Galloway,
and "Hope not Hate" supports Socialist Unity,
doesn't this make "Hope not Hate" a hate site?
Or at least, part of
a loose network of pro-jihad hate sites?
Nasser and his fellow Arab dictators
plan a final Holocaust
of the Jews of Israel in 1967. Nasser said
in May 1967:
"Our basic objective will be the destruction of Israel."
one brilliant day,
Israel destroyed the Egyptian, Jordanian and Syrian Air Forces.
The enemy thug
Nasser ended up losing control of Gaza and the Sinai.
The hate site "Socialist Unity" promotes this man.
Nasser supported the Nazis in WW2.
After the war,
Nasser gave refuge in Egypt to Nazis like
Johann von Leers.
Since Nasser supported the Nazis,
and Socialist Unity supports Nasser,
and "Hope not Hate" supports Socialist Unity,
doesn't this make "Hope not Hate" part of a network of pro-Nazi hate sites?
Nasser kicking the Jew (Israel) into the sea, with the armies of Lebanon, Syria and Iraq supporting him.
Cartoon at the time of the Six Day War in 1967.
Socialist Unity supports Nasser, and "Hope not Hate" supports Socialist Unity.
Henrik R. Clausen, 15 Apr 2012, nicely replies with humour, by treating the report as a useful list of counter-jihad activists in the world!
"When one goes through the lists, a striking feature is the diversity of people and approaches. People from all walks of life, and with all kinds of experiences, are writing and speaking about Islam, Sharia, .. violent and non-violent Jihad, .. persecution of gays, Christians and apostates, anti-Semitism, and other problems following the trend towards Islamization.
Counterjihad personalities on the HnH list are of all ethnicities and confessions, including Jews, Arabs, Asians, Africans, Iranians - Christians, atheists, Hindus, even the odd Buddhist or moderate Muslim. Politically they are quite diverse, ranging from not politically engaged at all, to major European political parties".
Clausen suggests more names to add to the list,
and he kindly suggests including me on it, among others.
Thanks very much!
I do hope the "Hope not Hate" creeps
add me to their list someday.
Then I can accuse these British supremacists of hating Irish people!
(Sorry, but that's the language that works in their universe.)
Clausen on the dodgy "Hope not Hate" people:
"Now, from a strictly logical point of view, being against the Counterjihad would imply that one is for the Jihad, just as -(-1) = +1. That may or may not be the intention of HOPE not hate or their friends at Searchlight, but is a position worth keeping in mind when the Counterjihad network is 'exposed'."
Henrik R. Clausen, 15 Apr 2012, nicely replies to their lies:
"What does Breivik have to do with all of this?
In brief: Nothing.
Breivik has not been involved in setting up any of the Counterjihad blogs, networks, activities, nor has he authored or co-authored any books or articles on the Jihad. After 9 months of intensive search, no actual involvement in the Counterjihad network has been found. Breivik left a couple of comments at Gates of Vienna, sent a few emails to Fjordman (getting terse responses), and periodically commented more extensively at Document.no, where he could write in his native Norwegian. Nowhere did he reveal his plans or his criminal intentions, and had he done so, he would have been reported immediately to the relevant authorities.
No Counterjihad activist, blogger or author has, as far as is known, expressed any endorsement or sympathy for the mad, criminal acts he committed. Yet the mere mention of 'Breivik' is now being used to smear human rights activists if they dare speak out against the dangers of Islam as a political system."
The protester burning the flag is also an odd choice.
I'm not an EDL fan,
or a fan of any
demo where people wear masks
or engage in violence or disorder,
but one wonders:
do the Hope not Hate people even know
that is the Al Qaeda flag?
Is there something wrong with burning the Al Qaeda flag, in their view?
Couldn't they have found a shot of the EDL that didn't
make them look heroic?
(And there are many - for example, them attacking the British police.)
"Hope not Hate" fingering critics of Islam for assassination?
Hope not Hate
as one of the "Top dozen players"
in the Counter-Jihad Movement.
They smear him by linking him to Breivik.
Who I block:
I will debate almost anyone.
I love ideas.
I will not debate (and will block) people who do the following:
(a) Make threats.
(b) Accuse me of crimes.
(c) Comment on my appearance.
(d) Drag in stuff about me not related to the topic. (My professional career, my personal life.)
(e) Complain to my employer.
Yes, people do all these things.