The Commission for Countering Extremism (CCE) is a British government agency created under Prime Minister Theresa May in response to the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing. This page contains links to our articles on the Commission’s recent review entitled Operating with Impunity – Hateful extremism: The need for a legal framework.
The CCE review identifies many forms of ‘hateful extremism’. ‘Hateful extremism’ by Islamists is covered in depth, and the report contains recommendations which seek to address this threat. We do not cover this aspect of the report. A pdf of the report is included in all our articles so readers can readily obtain further details on this if they so wish.
The review also covers so-called ‘right wing hateful extremism’. This is where we focus our attention. We assert that the scope of what is referred to as ‘right wing hateful extremism’ is so broad that, if converted to UK legislation, it would severely impact on the freedom of people to speak out and campaign for the protection and wellbeing of White people in Britain.
On 24th February 2021 CCE published a legal review examining whether existing legislation adequately deals with ‘hateful extremism’.
This review is of major significance for those who value free speech and those who seek to speak up the protection and wellbeing of White folk.
In this article we explore how ‘hateful extremism’ identified in the report is, at times, no more than people standing up for the human rights of Whites. We also expose how the report, while identifying ‘hateful extremism’ committed by Whites, simultaneously fails to expose or counter the extreme hate White people are subjected to in the UK.
The report presents Whites as perpetrators, not as victims. This is the norm in our society. Our article looks at the implications of this on society’s willingness and ability to protect the physical safety of White people.
The question is asked, if the Commission for Countering Extremism’s recommendations are enacted, will this further impact on the ability of Whites to speak up for their and others safety.
The Commission for Countering Extremism’s report propagates the message that White people can only be the oppressors or the perpetrators; non Whites can never be these things. They are always the victims. By so doing the authors shut the door on people of any race, but particularly White people, speaking out for the safety and wellbeing of White people. White children sacrificed on the alter of multiculturalism and multiethnicity would be an accurate description.