RESISTANCE MOVEMENT. Tommy Olsen, the chief of the Norwegian branch of the Nordic Resistance Movement, sums up 2019.
2019 has been a very interesting year for the Resistance Movement in regard to both adversities and progress. Despite a serious coup attempt, which would have most likely felled any other organisation, we emerged triumphant with increased morale and strengthened bonds. Almost unaffected by the whole affair, activities continued as before, and the only major change in Norway was my taking responsibility for leadership of the Norwegian branch, which was also received very positively. I would like to thank the members and activists for the confidence and loyalty that has been shown towards the Resistance Movement and its leader, Simon Lindberg, as well as to me. Long live the Resistance Movement!
In addition to the enemy within, the Jewish power structure – both internationally and nationally – has screamed at the top of its lungs for a ban on the Nordic Resistance Movement and our worldview. Like many others around the world, they see the success of the Nordic Resistance Movement and realise it is the only force capable of making our people rise up against their hostile activities. They fear us, and they are absolutely right to fear us, because in contrast to other organisations, the Resistance Movement is in genuine opposition to Jewish globalism and partakes in the active struggle.
The Resistance Movement has also been discussed in the US Congress in 2019. Once again Jewish power spoke and attempted to manipulate Americans into seeing the Resistance Movement as a terrorist organisation that must be classified as such and opposed economically. Yes, you read that correctly. All this just because we talk about their power and operations. Hence they are willing to put us on a terrorist list even though all we do is convey our message via traditional street activism, public meetings, demonstrations and other more unconventional activities.
Here in Norway in 2019, the system’s media tried to depict us as having terrorist connections by attempting to tie the Resistance Movement to people like Philip Manshaus and Nicolai Kaupang. Despite neither of them having ever been members, the system’s media has run with their headlines and attempted to create an impression in the public that these man are connected to us and that the Resistance Movement is a terrorist organisation. While it’s true that Manshaus was at a recruitment meeting, he was never approved as a member, and as for the “ambulance desperado” Kaupang, it turned out he was actually a left-wing extremist.
The police and government have demonstrated their opposition to us in 2019 as well. As in previous years, they have also tried to throw a spanner in the works of the Resistance Movement’s operations. For example, Norwegian activists and members were stopped from taking part in a completely legal 1 May demonstration in Kungälv, Sweden, and were then transported to jail in Gothenburg, before being deported from the country. The reason for the police’s intervention proved to be based on outright lies by the Norwegian authorities and Interpol. A lawyer was subsequently contacted, and the expulsion was overturned and the lies declared for what they were – but the damage was done and our activists missed the whole demonstration.
1 May demonstration in Kungälv:
As well as a couple of minor confrontations with aggressive counter-demonstrators, Norway’s controlled opposition also attacked us in 2019 and then bemoaned our activists’ ability to carry out real-world activism on a weekly basis, all year round. The kosher “alternative” news site Resett were put in their place with an effective counter-article after publishing a piece entitled “Offensive Neo-Nazi push in Halden”.
In spite of all this opposition from Jewish power, the government, police and media, our activists and members continue to push ever forwards. Unaffected by all the hostility and harassment, they stand tall in public and share our message with everyone who will hear it. Each aggressive and hysterical opponent is met head-on and receives any reprimands that are necessary. Our activists display an immense strength that others can only observe and envy. We go on in spite of whatever dirty tricks our enemies throw at us. We fear nothing, and we will never stop!
The Norwegian Activist Days 2019 was held in Hedmark, Eastern Norway. It featured lectures on subjects such as IT security, speeches about revolutionary struggle, and a presentation by the Norwegian national leadership about future plans for Norway. There was also a sales table, a competition with prizes and, most importantly, the appointment of new activists.
Norwegian representatives also attended Activist Days in Sweden, which in 2019 was held in Dalarna. Here there was a two-hour presentation by the Resistance Movement’s leader Simon Lindberg, who announced a new membership reform in Sweden on account of the Movement’s increased levels of recruitment from all areas of society. Some Norwegian activists were also brought up on stage and awarded distinctions for their achievements.
Nordic Days 2019 was held in Småland, Sweden, and went down in the history books as the Resistance Movement’s best Nordic Days ever. After the coup attempt, it was as if a dark cloud had cleared and the resulting atmosphere was incredible. I held my first speech as the new chief of the Norwegian branch, which naturally dealt with the attempted coup and the positive consequences it had for Norway.
In Norway the Nordic Gathering event was held for the first time, with people from all corners of the country making the journey to Eastern Norway to participate. In addition to my own speech at the event, Simon Lindberg came to the country to hold a very well-received lecture. Frihetskamp’s chief editor Martin Oppegaard spoke about the Norwegian websites Frihetskamp.net and Motstandsbevegelsen.org, along with current plans that are in the works. Another interesting part of the event saw members being called up on stage to give their first ever speeches.
Norwegian activists and members also took part in the much-publicised Scandza Forum event in Oslo. Before the event had even started, the police threatened to storm the private venue if Greg Johnson, who was one of the speakers, did not come out and allow himself to be arrested. The Norwegian “security police” (PST) declared afterwards that Johnson was arrested because he was believed to have the potential to “radicalise Norwegians”. At the same time PST also admitted to actively combating political movements that are in opposition to today’s politics, and that they attempt to keep groups’ numbers as low as possible. With this statement, PST and the police in 2019 admitted they are actively working to create a totalitarian society in Norway in which political opposition is suppressed.
During the event, a somewhat deranged opponent with a pink mobile phone appeared at the window and was completely obsessed with taking photos of the attendees. This “angry man with a moustache” provided one of the year’s most amusing moments and made for good meme material.
2019 also saw the launch of our new Norwegian National Socialist podcast Hold Fanen Høyt! (Hold the Flag High!). The permanent participants on the programme are the host Tom Hauge (Nest 3 chief), Øystein Vaule (Nest 6 chief) and myself. The podcast mostly deals with activism, news and events in Norway, but also covers international issues as well.
As usual, Norwegians travelled to the other Nordic countries in 2019 to take part in various demonstrations and events organised by the Nordic Resistance Movement and other nationalist groups. Aside from the 1 May demonstration mentioned previously, Norwegian representatives were also at Denmark’s largest National Socialist gathering since World War II, which was held in Copenhagen. Despite the 200–300 police who tried to disrupt the event by attempting to get to the speaker Jacob Andersen and stop him from speaking, the speech continued to its conclusion thanks to the activists’ forming a ring around Andersen and keeping the police at a distance.
Video from Copenhagen:
Norwegian representatives were also present when the Resistance Movement wrote history in Iceland. On 5th September 2019 the Nordic Resistance Movement entered the Icelandic capital Reykjavik to hold the organisation’s first public action in the country. The successful leafleting activity sent the Icelandic media into a frenzy, and they’re probably still writing about it till this day. Besides the public activity, the trip included several days’ stay in Iceland with a tour of the island and socialising in good company. It was an incredibly memorable week for everyone who participated.
There have been many public activities, propaganda offensives, nature tours and basic activism sessions held in Norway in 2019. Below are a few I would like to highlight, not necessarily because they were the largest activities but rather due to the images, joy, publicity and, not least, tearful opponents they generated.
First up is a public action in central Stavanger. In addition to the great photos taken on the day, the activists also received expressions of support from passers-by, who gave thumbs-up and pleasant comments. A Spanish tourist was so overwhelmed with joy when she saw the Nordic Resistance Movement’s activists that she went over and hugged them, gave them a kiss and asked if she could take selfies with them.
The next activity I’d like to give credit to is a three-part public action held in Rogaland. It began with a public leaflet distribution outside Skeine secondary school in Sandnes, where leaflets were given out to pupils. It then continued to Sandnes train station, with more leaflets being distributed to people waiting for the train, and concluded with the activists boarding the train and handing out leaflets to the passengers.
In Steinkjer a public activity went peacefully until a rabid feminist who didn’t like other people having different opinions showed up. As well as insisting that members should go to her car to see her non-white boyfriend, she also uploaded a comical video to Facebook in which she cried over the fact she had accepted a leaflet from the activists.
A few days later a “Two Minutes Hate” was organised in Steinkjer, where feminists and cucks joined together to incite confrontation against political dissidents.
In Drammen a mobile leaflet distribution began in the city centre, before moving on to Drammen station and then onboard a local train to Oslo. There leaflets were given to passengers, including recruits from the Telemark Battalion, who were a little surprised to suddenly be flanked by Hirdmen from the Resistance Movement.
On international “holocaust” day, a banner with the text “The Holocaust Is a Hoax!” was displayed in Hordaland and Rogaland, accompanied by green smoke grenades. Additionally, posters were put up at colleges encouraging the youth to break free from the propaganda lies and read the truth on Frihetskamp.net.
In Halden, activist group 103 held a public activity in the early hours of the morning outside a college. Leaflets were given out urging the youth to become politically active and take responsibility for their people and future. Many were positive towards the message.
A public leaflet distribution was held in the centre of Kristiansand. Large quantities of leaflets were given out, and conversations were held with passers-by, who were very positive.
In Hordaland there was an extensive weekend of activities with a focus on training and activism. In addition to the production of banners – as well as basic activism in which large numbers of leaflets, posters and stickers were spread across Hordaland – there was also public activity in Åsane in Bergen, followed by socialising with good food and drink.
Even the police were lucky enough to get free leaflets from our activists in Hordaland.
Regarding somewhat more creative and humorous activities, I would like to mention one from Bergen, where Nest 3 held an activity using speech bubble stickers intended to arouse people’s curiosity and make them visit Frihetskamp.net.
Other creative actions worth noting include the huge posters that were produced by an inventive activist working on his own initiative. By printing out and affixing several A4 sheets together, he created huge posters that were then put up in large numbers. The activist promises that this is just the beginning.
Propaganda offensives and banner actions were held in a series of towns in Eastern Norway. In addition to leaflets, posters and stickers, a very illuminating banner advertising Frihetskamp.net was affixed to the Da Vinci bridge in Ski.
Activists and members from Nest 3 held a propaganda offensive followed by two nature hikes. A large quantity of leaflets were distributed and stickers were put up. Afterwards there was a trip to Fantoft Stave Church and a mountain hike from Eidsvåg to Fløyfjellet in Bergen.
The above are just a few examples of what we have done in 2019. In regard to activism, I would like to bring up one final action, which I was personally involved in, and which resulted in an historic court case where we were convicted for “hateful expressions” after raising a flag and hanging up three banners bearing the swastika and the text “We are back”, on 9th April 2019. The remarkable thing about this case is that it isn’t illegal to display the swastika in Norway, or the text “We are back”. However, in their yearning to see us convicted for something, the court excused their judgement by stating that the activism “seen in context” should constitute an illegal act. The case has been appealed and will likely go to trial again in 2020.
As I mentioned at the beginning of this article, 2019 has been an interesting year in regard to adversities and progress. It has been a year in which the Nordic Resistance Movement has once again shown what it is made for: a movement that stands unyielding despite adversity, and a movement that has the most dedicated and hardened members who – day in, day out, year after year – move forwards despite all the attacks from Jewish power, the media, police and government. Not least, we are a movement that has created waves of hope across the entire world, a movement that is looked up to as a model for thousands upon thousands of hearts that beat in unison. The Nordic Resistance Movement shows the way!
So, my comrades, the year is now 2020. To your posts and do your duty for folk and nation! Show once again with pride what you are: revolutionary National Socialists in the world’s most active National Socialist movement, loved by countless people and hated by Jewish power. Hold the flag high!