ACTIVISM. A selection of activism reports from the past week from around the Nordic nations.
Leafleting in Landsbro
Leaflets detailing some of the Swedish victims of multiculturalism were delivered in Landsbro by members of Nest 7 on 24 September.
Wilderness trip in Ludvika Municipality
Activists went for a day trip in the wilderness in an area in Ludvika Municipality on 19 September. The activity included the following tasks:
- Navigating with a map and no compass
- Training in building a fire that can burn for an hour
- Learning how to clean and filter water
The whole trip lasted about seven hours, and the men hiked for approximately six miles through forests and fields.
The navigation exercise went flawlessly. All of the participants succeeded in building a fire that burned for an hour, with the well-known activist Nicklas Norling building a fire that burned for over two hours.
Posters in Örebro
Members from Nest 8 met for a leafleting session on a September evening and delivered just over 600 leaflets.
When nighttime arrived, the leaflets were exchanged for posters and stickers. The members then went on a long walk through central parts of Örebro and decorated it with propaganda.
After several hours’ activism, the members returned home to unwind and discuss future activities.
Basic activism in Nest 8
A hundred stickers were placed in central Linköping on Saturday 19 September.
Basic activism in Vetlanda
Members were out in the countryside outside Vetlanda on Friday 18 September to deliver leaflets in the villages of Hällinge and Naglarp.
Continuing activism in Vansbro Municipality
Activism continued on “Tyrsday” in Vansbro Municipality. Posters were spread in and around Vansbro, and a large number of leaflets about the scum of the earth (the globalists) were delivered to residents.
Excursion and basic activism in Ingelstad
Members of Nest 7 went on an excursion to an historic site in Ingelstad, Växjö Municipality, on Saturday 19 September.
Ingelinge Mound is part of a grave-field from the Iron Age. The highest grave on the site, Ingelinge Mound is 6m high and 35m in diameter and has been dated to somewhere between 500 and 600 AD. On top of the mound there is an upright triangular stone and a round ornamented gravestone. The area has been the site of finds such as brooches from the Viking Age and a sword from the Bronze Age.
The group visited the location to be inspired by our forefathers’ history and to socialise with comrades. The icing on the cake was provided by the beautiful weather. The group also took the opportunity to have a fika at the site and talk together.
When their energy reserves had been refilled, the men went to deliver leaflets in Ingelstad in glorious sunshine.
Banner production in Nest 5
Member Group 2 from Nest 5 produced banners encouraging the local people from various towns to join the Resistance Movement. The members’ hard work was rewarded with good food and comradeship.
Leafleting in Gislaved Municipality
The people of Anderstorp in Gislaved Municipality were informed about the victims of anti-Swedish policies and encouraged to join the struggle for our people.
Leafleting in Gnosjö Municipality
Leaflets were delivered by Nest 7 in Kulltorp, Gnosjö Municipality, on 24 September. The leaflets informed people about Tommie Lindh’s heroism, as well as other victims of multiculturalism in Sweden.
Activism in Lammhult
Early on Thursday morning, members of Nest 7 informed the people of Lammhult about anti-Swedish politics and some of the Swedes who have fallen victim to multiculturalism.
Activist test and martial arts in Nest 7
Weekly training was held in Nest 7 on 20 September, and first on the agenda was the activist test. After completing the activist test, there was also time for martial arts training and sparring matches.
Activism in Vansbro Municipality
The Resistance Movement went out in the beautiful autumn weather and delivered leaflets, put up posters and placed stickers in Vansbro Municipality.
Basic activism in Valdresflya
Resistance Movement stickers were placed in Valdresflya in Jotunheimen.
Posters in Forus
Nest 6 put up posters in central locations in Forus, Stavanger.
Basic activism in Tunejordet
Nest 1 placed posters and stickers in Tunejordet.
Basic activism in Tynset
Resistance Movement stickers were placed in Tynset.
Posters in Horsens
Nordic Resistance Movement posters and stickers were placed in Horsens.
Propaganda in Pajhede Forest
Propaganda was spread in Pajhede Forest and surrounding recreational areas.
Activism in Aarhus
A group of activists placed stickers in Aarhus and removed hostile propaganda.