1 MAY. Today the Nordic Resistance Movement is holding activities across the North in honour of Nordic workers under the slogan “White workers built this country. White workers can take this country back!” Below follow live updates from Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Iceland.
Nest 6 began the day by gathering outside a large store in Luleå. They stood with a banner, while speeches were held by David Nilsson and Simon Holmqvist. The police were quickly on the scene with vans and a helicopter, which circled above the Resistance men. The police asked a few questions and then kept their distance.
After the speeches, the comrades moved to a bridge in Gammelstaden and unfurled a banner. This action was designed to coincide with the local “Majrundan” event, in which thousands of motorcyclists ride in a procession through Norrbotten and pass under the bridge.
The bridge action was very successful, with a lot of positive reactions from the huge number of motorcyclists who passed by. When leaving the area, people shouted, “Well done, guys!” to the activists.
12.15: Vetlanda. Comment from the Nest Chief: The activity has gone very well. The speeches were conducted with great success. Most of those listening were sympathetic Vetlanda residents, but there were also some reds who showed up with a huge force of six people.
12.30: Sweden’s Nest 6 have marched into central Luleå. David Nilsson is preparing to speak to the people.
Denmark: Jacob Vullum gives a speech at the marketplace in Ry.
12.45: Sinimusta Liike’s march has now reached its final destination. The Finnish police reportedly shortened the planned route of the march considerably.
13.00: Lauri Hokkanen takes to the podium in Tampere, while Sebastian Elofsson begins his speech in Örkelljunga.
13.15: The activists in Sweden’s Nest 6 prepare to march out of Luleå. ”The speeches went smoothly, with many people stopping to listen. Everything went pleasantly and calmly. The day’s activities in Nest 6 are now complete.”
13.15: Norway: Activists prepare to hold a speech on Rådhusplassen in Kongsvinger.
13.20: Norway’s Nest 3 hold a banner action on a bridge over the E39 road outside Bergen.
Iceland: Posters and stickers have been placed in Reykjavik.
13.45: Sweden’s Nest 5 report a good response from the people of Ludvika. The activists in Örkelljunga have been released and are driving on. Sinimusta Liike’s speeches in Finland have now concluded.
14.15: The activists in Örkelljunga have stopped at a car meet, where Sebastian Elofsson is holding another speech. Nest 2 activists remain in Munkedal to talk to the public after the speeches.
14.45: Activists in Sweden’s Nest 3 end the day after giving a speech and talking with the participants at the car meet.
14.47: Activists prepare for a speech in Elverum, Norway, and talk with passers-by. A man on a bicycle got angry and called the gathering a “Hitler project”. The activists responded, “So what?”, and the man cycled on. A young man stopped his car and got out to take photos, then gave the thumbs-up and smiled.
15.24: Activists have concluded the activity in Elverum and are now driving round with a trailer fitted with banners and sirens.
16.12: A banner action is held at Braskereidfoss in Våler Municipality, Norway.