ACTIVISM. Nest 5 activists spent last weekend spreading the message of the Nordic Resistance Movement with banners, green smoke and Tyr rune flags.
The weekend’s activities began on 26 November at a bridge just outside Borlänge, where activists took up positions with a banner and flags in dense fog. The day saw a lot of drivers pass by, many of whom were positive and visibly happy to see the National Socialist display.
The day’s slogan was simple. A banner with two Tyr runes flanking the words “Stop the Population Replacement” was held up by the activity’s participants. Despite the banner’s simplicity, its words have great meaning.
Our racial survival and freedom is the most important goal of the political efforts of the Nordic Resistance Movement.
Our Path, 2016, p.12
On the following day, Advent Sunday, members and activists went to Gävle to visit the annual inauguration of the famous Gävle Goat. A large number of activists had arrived onsite before the start of the event to disseminate the organisation’s propaganda as effectively as possible. With a banner, a couple of flags and several leaflet distributors on hand, the activists were able to spread out and become acquainted with the visitors.
The Resistance Movement was present throughout the duration of the event. From the time the crowds arrived at the venue and made their way to and from the nearby music stage, the organisation’s banner was unfurled for all to see. The activists and their propaganda were constantly photographed and talked about by the attendees.
The leafleters got to socialise almost continuously with the crowds of people moving around them. Everyone from curious youngsters to inquisitive pensioners wanted to interact with the political fighters.
Once darkness started to fall over Gävle, the last part of the activity began. Green smoke rose into the sky and covered large swathes of the air above the visitors.
After the crowds around the Gävle Goat had once again been reminded of the organisation’s presence, the activists began to bring the action to a close. They then bid one another farewell and went to prepare for the coming days of activity.