Hope not Hate

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Hope not Soap
Hope not Soap.png
Unusual "angry" looking sun on HnH propaganda. Potential occult significance?
Type hate group, spy-ring
Purpose Attacking the group interests of people native to the British Isles

Hope not Hate, commonly nicknamed Hope not Soap, is a communist and Europhobic lobby and spy-network in the United Kingdom, associated with Nick Lowles who was previously associated with Searchlight (where he was an apprentice of Gerry Gable who stood at an election for the Communist Party of Great Britain) and the violent street gang AFA who were linked to the 1993 Harrods terrorist attack.

As well as Lowles, it is also ran by degenerated thugs who used to hang around the edges of the nationalist movement, but sold themselves out to Gable for beer-money such as Matthew Collins. HnH has appointed itself to a quasi-inquisitional role, attacking anybody who dares to stand up for the interests of native British people. Like the UAF it is funded by the usual anti-worker trade union crowd and supported by reds in New Labour.


The HnH campaign as a slogan and the weird sun logo originates with Mark Perryman who sold them as t-shirts for Searchlight (the magazine/spy-ring operated by Mossad linked communist Gerry Gable).[1] Perryman's ethnic background is unclear, though he has a suspicious looking nose and wrote for Marxism Today (the official magazine of the Communist Party of Great Britain) and is best known today for his association with the politically correct Philosophy Football campaign. Gable and Searchlight picked up on this and used the term Hope not Hate as a brand to promote election specific propaganda in Spring 2004 for the European Union election; the attempt the year earlier had failed because many red self-styled "anti-fascists" do not trust Searchlight.[1]

It's funded by criminal mastermind, George Soros, and creates spy-rings everywhere.[2]

Associations and controversies

Hope Not Hate founder Nick Lowles and senior researcher Joe Mulhall bragged that their organization lobbied Patreon and got Lauren Southern banned from there.[3]

Connections to the Harrods terrorist attack

While HnH leader, Nick Lowles, was a member of AFA in 1993 some of his fellow members carried out the Harrods terrorist attack.

During the 1990s, Lowles the founder and leader of Hope not Hate, was involved with the self-styled Anti-Fascist Action. The Red Action part of this, which Lowles was close to, carried out the 1993 Harrods terrorist attack; a bombing linked to the PIRA in which four people were injured. Lowles' co-members, Patrick Hayes and Jan Taylor were convincted for the terrorist attack.[4][5][6][7][8]

Involvement with globalist Chatham House (RIIA)

HnH and Lowles, since moving away from Gable, have been openly mingling with powerful Zionist-liberal groups in world politics; namely the Rothschild family's Royal Institute of International Affairs, nowadays known as Chatham House. Lowles was involved in a presentation in March 2012 surrounding Matthew Goodwin's anti-patriot propaganda paper entitled From Voting to Violence? New Evidence on Far Right Supporters. Red-professor Jocelyn Evans who usually focuses on attacking the party of the French people, Front National, was also involved. As was Jon Cruddas, a hysterical New Labour thug who voted in favour of the murderous Iraq War. Some of the younger agitators that Lowles is grooming in HnH, such as Sam Tarry and Joe Mulhall, have also revealed on Twitter their attending Chatham House meetings.

Connection to war crimes

Hope not Hate are directly connected to and implicated in the illegal Iraq War, as well as the killing of over 120,000 Iraqi civilians which resulted from it. Denis MacShane, John Mann, Peter Hain, Margaret Hodge and John Cruddas are amongst the Labour Party war criminal MPs who voted in favour of Labour's illegal Iraq War in 2003[9] and are openly associated with the Hope not Hate campaign against the native British people. Many of these people are also hardcore Zionists, members of the Labour Friends of Israel lobby. It is worth noting that all of the so-called "extremist" targets of Hope not Hate, such as the British National Party and National Front firmly opposed the participation of the United Kingdom in the Iraq War from day one.

Promoters in the controlled media

Alan Sugar, a well-known Jewish multi-millionaire and the transvestite "comedian" Eddie Izzard are the best known frivilous "celebrities" actively associated with the campaign.[10][11][12] Some obscure pro-communist "musicians" such as Billy Bragg, Briana Corrigan and Paul Heaton promote it also. The Daily Mirror newspaper under the editorialship of Richard Wallace has promoted the propaganda of HnH in their publication for several years in a row. The Daily Mirror is a low-brow tabloid rag aimed at people of little intelligence. It includes in its illustrious history smarmy charlatans such as Piers Morgan and the infamous Zionist-criminal Robert Maxwell.

See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Hope not Hate: An Anti-Fascist Critique". Notes from the Borderland. 5 August 2010. 
  2. http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/08/23/soros-funded-uk-far-left-group-promises-create-spy-ring-usa/
  3. http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/21/patreon-bans-journalist-lauren-southern-claims-she-will-get-people-killed/
  4. Bennett, Will (1993-01-29). "Four hurt by IRA bomb outside Harrods - UK, News". London: The Independent. Retrieved 2010-02-19. 
  5. Geraghty, The Irish War: the hidden conflict between the IRA and British Intelligence, 163.
  6. Seaton, Matt (29 January 1995). "Charge of the New Red Brigade". London: The Independent. Retrieved 8 February 2012. 
  7. Mickolus, Terrorism, 1992-1995: a chronology of events and a selectively annotated bibliography, 282.
  8. "'Proud' IRA bombers jailed for 30 years: Police remain mystified why two Englishmen, who had no apparent connections with Ireland, became terrorists". London: The Independent. 14 May 1994. Retrieved 17 December 2010. 
  9. "MP's who voted for war with Iraq". Karl Winn.  Retrieved on 14 March 2012.
  10. "Third Successive Year for Mirror's Hope Not Hate Tour - Trinity Mirror plc". Trinitymirror.com. 2009-05-15. Retrieved 2009-10-09. 
  11. "Eddie Izzard joins Hope Not Hate anti-racism party". mirror.co.uk. Retrieved 2009-10-09. 
  12. Logged in as click here to log out (2009-05-15). "Daily Mirror Hope not Hate anti-racism campaign gets under way | Media | guardian.co.uk". London: Guardian. Retrieved 2009-10-09. 

External links

Part of this article consists of modified text from Metapedia (which sadly became a Zionist shill), page http:en.metapedia.org/wiki/Hope not Hate and/or Wikipedia (is liberal-bolshevistic), page http:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hope not Hate, and the article is therefore licensed under GFDL.