ACTIVISM. Activists from Sweden’s Nest 1 were in central Stockholm again last week to conduct street activism.
The first stop was the Riksdag, where the Resistance men stood with a banner with the message “Throw Out the Traitors”.
The message was greeted by many thumbs-up, and a number of people took leaflets and election ballots and talked with the Resistance men. After an hour, this part of the activity was concluded, and the activists walked along Drottninggatan to Sergels torg, where they stood with flags outside a large department store and held another leaflet distribution.
The response was good here as well, with curious Swedes and racial foreigners coming over to converse and ask questions about the Nordic Resistance Movement’s politics.
One person from Eritrea was so understanding of the Resistance Movement’s policies that he explained how natural they were to other foreigners. He was racially conscious himself and said it was obvious for him to choose a woman from the same country to start a family with instead of a Swedish woman.
A group of gender-confused leftists who had shown up at the Riksdag also dragged themselves up to this location. They did not make too much noise and were content to stand by and watch. For some bizarre reason, they also tried eating one of the leaflets (!).
When almost all the leaflets had been distributed and the crowds had thinned out in the evening, the activity was concluded.