ACTIVISM. Sweden’s Nest 7 held a banner action in Småland’s biggest city on Saturday 18 February.
The first stop for the activists was a footbridge above the E4 road at Ekhag roundabout, one of the busiest roundabouts in Jönköping. The banner, flanked by two Tyr rune flags, was clearly visible from the motorway but also from the exits and surrounding roads, as well as the nearby buildings.
The comrades stood on the bridge in brilliant sunshine for about an hour, before moving to the next location: a footbridge next to the old gunpowder house at Huskvarna City Museum, a little farther north on the E4. There they again unfurled the flags and banner to continue the activity.
The banner urged thousands of motorists to make a revolutionary choice and directed them to the organisation’s Swedish website. The message seemed to resonate with the people, as the activists were greeted by many thumbs-up and other positive gestures. Every time public activism is conducted, it gets clearer and clearer that large sections of the people welcome a revolution against the current system.
After about two hours’ activism, the activity was concluded. Some of the comrades headed home, while others socialised for a while, before also calling it a day.