RESISTANCE MOVEMENT. The Resistance Movement’s annual Organisation Days event took place on the first weekend of March, this time in Dalarna, under the slogan “A Stronger Force”.
This year’s edition of Organisation Days was organised by Sweden’s Nest 5 and featured seminars, speeches and a boxing tournament. The format followed that of previous years, with a focus on the individual member.
After attendees from all corners of the North had arrived at the venue, the emcee Lukas Lindgren bid everyone welcome. The running order for the weekend was presented, and the participants were told to keep an eye on the schedules that were posted around the venue to ensure they didn’t miss anything.
Shortly afterwards, the leader of the Nordic Resistance Movement, Simon Lindberg, took to the stage. Lindberg went over the meaning of the theme of the weekend – A Stronger Force – and explained that the whole movement must become a stronger force in many ways if it is to succeed in its goal of uniting the Nordic countries. He also stated that a lot of focus would be put on the most literal interpretation of the slogan, with a goal being set for the organisation as a collective to be in 100% better physical shape in 2023.
The first presentation of the day was then given by National Council member Fredrik Vejdeland, titled “Training As Propaganda”. The National Socialist trinity of mind, body and soul are what is needed in the struggle. The members of the organisation must become better at training and competing with one another, and Vejdeland listed several positive changes that occur in a person who starts training for the first time. We must create toughness in the organisation by sharing pain with one another through training.
The second presentation of the day was given by Andreas Holmvall. The first part of the talk dealt with what propaganda actually is and how the movement utilises it to reach people with our message. The second part went over the three different areas Resistance Media works in – photography, graphics and video – and showcased some of the best examples produced over the last year. An increasing challenge of propaganda distribution in recent years has been people’s deteriorating capacity for concentration, which means a video should preferably not be longer than 15-30 seconds to have a real impact.
Afterwards it was time for representatives from Norway and Denmark to take the stage. First up was Tommy Olsen – Chief of the Norwegian branch – who spoke about how being an active National Socialist may cost time and money, but that the choice is between that or living a life as an obedient lapdog to the repressive system. He also spoke about nationalists who understand our situation but who still spread defeatism and advocate toothless alternatives, describing them as a cowardly internal enemy whose behaviour can never be excused.
Next was Joakim Johansen, a Nest Chief from Denmark. He briefly reported on the restructuring that has recently taken place in Denmark, adding that the struggle continues unabated. Greetings were also sent from both Finland and Iceland via letters, which were read aloud to the audience.
It was then time for lunch, which consisted of goulash with various side dishes. Thanks to the excellent planning, the weekend was stress-free, with everyone having plenty of time between the various activities, the next of which was workshops.
Awaiting the well-fed comrades were two 60-minute sessions, with ten different workshops to choose from. Here the attendees could improve their knowledge of everything from PGP encryption, image editing and public speaking, to more practical things such as self-defence with a flagpole or against knife attacks, and how to build a fire.
When both hours had come to an end, the organisers made preparations for what was possibly the most anticipated activity of the weekend: the boxing tournament. In contrast to last year, the whole competition was divided into two different weight classes, with three medals awarded in each class.
After some sweaty and intense battles, activist Marcus Hansson from Nest 3 was victorious in the lightweight event, closely followed by another activist from Nest 3 and an activist from Denmark in third place. In the heavyweight event, things were even fiercer, with a bloodied Anders Gudmarsson coming third after a very even match against Pär Sjögren, who finished in third place after meeting Martin Saxlind in the final.
While the boxing matches were being fought, the kitchen team prepared a dinner of spaghetti bolognese, which was served to the tired comrades shortly after the competition. Those who did not stay behind and chat too long in the dining room also had the opportunity to buy items from the various sales tables that had been set up.
After the dinner plates had been cleared away, it was time for the awards ceremony. It was not just the fighters from the boxing tournament who were honoured with prizes, but also the candidates who fought in the election campaign, all of whom were met with resounding applause. Finally, new activists were appointed, and a former responsible publisher for Motståndsrörelsen.se was thanked with her own prize.
Lastly, it was time for the leader of the Resistance Movement to say a few closing words about the successful day. Lindberg spoke about how the Resistance Movement can achieve so much more than the usual democratic parties, despite its incredibly low financial resources and its comparatively smaller size at present. Yet in spite of these disadvantages – and without any increase in resources or manpower – it can still become an even stronger force than it is now.
Nationalists the world over look up to us as an example, and the system wastes a huge amount of resources on us because they are terrified we will grow larger. They can surveil us, harass us, imprison us, but…
They will never kill our fanaticism!
The speech concluded with a standing ovation, in true National Socialist fashion.
With that, the emcee declared Saturday over, and after a long and rewarding day, everyone went to bed.
The wake-up call was at 7.30 Sunday morning, but most of the participants had already gotten up earlier and headed to the dining hall for breakfast.
With everyone full and content, the first activity of the day began: a “meeting” with the Nordic Resistance Movement’s Swedish National Council.
Here the attendees could hear important information about what will happen in the organisation in the near future, while many more practical directives and news on the theme “A Stronger Force” were explained in several stages. Afterwards, all the members left the room so the Resistance Movement’s activists could ask questions and discuss ideas with the National Council in a more private setting.
Up next was a talk about bodyweight training by Nest Chief Hampus Maijala. Maijala covered many important basics of the concept and how to get the most from a workout with no normal weights or equipment, as well as going through a demonstration video featuring many example exercises.
With the last activity of the weekend over, the emcee thanked everyone for coming and also thanked those who helped organise the event and make it so successful. Afterwards, the comrades said their farewells and headed back to their respective Nests around the North, filled with even more fighting spirit than before!
IDEOLOGY. Following last month’s successful demonstration in Stockholm, the leader of the Nordic Resistance Movement – together with a couple of activists – ponders the question as to why more people do not join our organisation.
On several previous occasions, I have recounted the many fantastic conversations I’ve had with comrades in the car on the way to and from activities around the Nordic countries. This article is based on one such conversation, which took place in the car on the way home from the very successful flash demonstration against Nato and globalism in central Stockholm.
Both the comrades and I were very satisfied and happy, perhaps even lyrical, as I described myself when I discussed the demonstration on Radio Nordfront. We were all in complete agreement that it had been the best activity the Nordic Resistance Movement had conducted in a very long time. But how long? This is where the discussion really got going – and it turned out to be much more extensive than we had spontaneously felt it was initially going to be.
As we hastily cast our minds back, we first remarked – all too quickly – that it must have been the best one we had done since 1 May 2018, when we wrote nationalist history by holding two large National Socialist demonstrations simultaneously in two different municipalities for the first time in the modern era – in Ludvika and Boden.
But no, just a little later the same year, we completely dominated Almedalen, which was actually another really nice action. So perhaps the summer of 2018 was the last time we conducted an activity as good as the Stockholm demonstration?
Well, no, that’s not righter either. Because the 1st of May the following year, in 2019, when we were in both Ludvika and Kungälv simultaneously, was incredibly good too. In Kungälv we also fought back against left-wing extremists who had assembled from large parts of Europe and literally stood shoulder to shoulder with the Swedish police and waved at us. So maybe the flash demonstration was at least the best action since then!?
But hold on… We then remembered we were in Iceland in autumn 2019 and wrote history by carrying out the first public National Socialist actions there in modern times. So was the Stockholm demo possibly just the best since those?
We continued to search our memories and soon recalled our participation in the enormous demonstration against vaccine passports in Stockholm in January 2022. There we stole the whole show, received huge media attention and got great exposure with our banner in front of the roughly 10,000 participants who were on Sergels torg. But, could the “No to Nato” demonstration have been the best in the last year, at least?
Yes, possibly, but since then we also had the flash demonstration in Oslo last autumn, which was clearly also very, very successful and once again saw us write modern nationalist history.
We consciously did not consider internal activism in our deliberations, as it’s a bit difficult to compare; however, several of the many editions of Nordic Days, Activist Days, Organisation Days and Resistance Days – each one more successful than the last – also qualify as really successful actions in recent years, as do the multiple ascents of the Nordics’ highest mountains and other spectacular wilderness activities, the important legal victories in the Gothenburg Trials, the launch and development of Nordisk Radio, Nordicresistancemovement.org and Motståndsrörelsen.se, and more.
Ultimately, we will probably have to content ourselves by asserting that the flash demonstration in the capital was at the very least the most successful activity so far in 2023, and that we clearly belong to the North’s best and most active nationalist organisation – a totally hyperactive national spearhead that surpasses itself, over and over and over again!
So why doesn’t everyone join us?
Upon arriving at this conclusion, the completely natural follow-up question comes to mind:
Why are there people in Sweden and the North who define themselves as National Socialists or, at any rate, radical ethno-nationalists, who still do not join us in the Nordic Resistance Movement?
Why are there those who would rather sit around drinking coffee at home in the countryside, with no aspirations for the struggle aside from handing victory to the enemy and preparing to be a minority in our own country? Why are there those who prefer to join petty-bourgeois parties that are mostly only active during elections and which – even in an alternative utopian world where they actually won a majority in parliament – do not seem capable of even dreaming of sufficiently radical solutions to solve the problems our people and country face? Why are there those who would rather join small groups of friends and nationalist interest associations which, despite the self-belief of a few little Napoleons, will never be able to achieve anything other than remaining small groups of friends and nationalist interest associations, and are therefore of very dubious benefit to our fateful struggle?
Unfortunately, the answer is just as obvious as it is black-pilling:
“Because they’ve fallen for the enemy’s propaganda and become defeatist. They no longer think it’s possible to win and therefore find it hard to see the benefit of actual struggle.”
“Because they’ve lost their self-esteem and subsequently think they have nothing to offer. By being denied their history, culture and national identity and instead having shame and guilt imposed on them since birth, they don’t think they have what it takes.”
“Because they have been degenerated ad absurdum by Cultural Marxism and have been transformed into cowards who are afraid of the repression that automatically comes from belonging to a successful and truly oppositional movement.”
Or perhaps even a combination of all four.
Everyone should join us regardless
A true Nordic man or woman – in harmony with life and nature – understands the value of fighting, regardless of whether he or she believes that victory is possible or not. Just as our ancestors did throughout the ages before us, we realise the higher value in giving everything we can, even if it might not lead to victory. And while victory is clearly possible, I think it’s even more important to emphasise the glory, honour, loyalty and duty that should lead people to choose us and the struggle, regardless.
An individual of Germanic origin has every reason in the world to feel pride in himself or herself and – as a lesson from the winds of history – should carry with them the belief that anything is possible. If you cannot find this racial pride within yourself, I promise you will find it and regain your self-esteem if you choose to walk the warrior’s path with us. As with all the communities in which our people have organised themselves for thousands of years, everyone has a part to play, and with us you’re given the help to find exactly what you can contribute and – in a tribute to your blood – reach your full potential.
A White European, with their racial instincts intact, realises the value of large-scale organisation and taking their place in the ranks – just as was required by the generations before us since the beginning, in order to survive the harsh trials of nature. Had it not been for the will and ability for real organisation, community and struggle for the higher cause, there wouldn’t really have been much that distinguished the successes and achievements of our race from those of other races in world history.
A true Aryan does not feel selfishness and cowardice and clearly understands that it’s practically a law of nature that if you’re not meeting resistance it’s because you’re not on the battlefield where you belong. If you face no repression from your enemies, it naturally means your enemies do not care about your existence, because you do not pose a threat, or are not even seen as a potential threat. Likewise, if you do not tackle real challenges, you will not grow and become stronger by forcing yourself to overcome obstacles thrown in your path.
It’s true that individuals from the masses are brainwashed, oppressed and blinded, but if you actually see and understand what is happening and really want to do something about it instead of going back to sleep, running away or deceiving yourself, then I find it incredibly difficult to see how there is some other path forward for you than the one that goes through the Nordic Resistance Movement.
The faster we can get all national-minded Nordic people to understand this, the better prepared we will be for a paradigm shift on the day everything goes south. The more of us who are tested and fused together in a community now during the ongoing street fighting years, the greater our chances of successfully staging the Nordic revolution when the conditions for victory arrive.
Here is the twenty-sixth episode of the podcast Leadership Perspective. Participating are the Nordic Resistance Movement’s leader Simon Lindberg and Fredrik Vejdeland from the organization’s national leadership in Sweden.
Visit to Spain
What has been going on in the struggle since last time?
Ideological/tactical/philosophical question: Revolutionary National Socialism VS bourgeois nationalism
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.