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Resistance Movement warn of local politicians’ contempt for the people in Malung

ACTIVISM. The Activist Group from Sweden’s Nest 5 went to Malung, Dalarna County, last month to highlight the contempt politicians have for the will of the people.

Nest 5’s Activist Group went to Malung on Saturday, 19 December, to conduct an activity connected to the local referendum on wind power which was held earlier in the year.

The people voted “No” to the establishment of a wind farm in the area, but local politicians announced they would ignore the result and push their decision through regardless.

In response, the Resistance men conducted an activity on a bridge in Malung with a banner reading, “The People Vote – The Politicians Laugh.”

The group also went in search of local politicians to question about the matter. The only one to be found was the Centre Party’s local chairman Pär Kindlund, who seemed to think it was more important to wash his car than answer questions about why the will of the people should be ridden roughshod over.

Motståndsrörelsen.se asked some questions about the activity to Activist Group Chief Markus Nordh.

What happened in Malung and why?

We have been in Malung to conduct a banner action as well as to question local politicians. This activity was held in response to a referendum in the municipality earlier this year regarding the establishment of a wind farm. The “No” side won, but in spite of the result, the municipal councillor Hans Unander announced that the municipality would allow the wind turbines to be built.

Nordic Resistance Movement banner action, Nest 5, Malung

What was the response from the public?

It seemed that the people of Malung were a little more zombie-like than we’re used to. There wasn’t as much response as there usually is, either positive or negative. This may have been because they’re not used to seeing us in the municipality. The good news is that the response we did get was predominantly positive.

At the end of the banner action, some local ne’er-do-wells decided to shout something about “pig f–kers” at the activists. When these individuals were confronted and asked if that was something they liked doing, they answered in the affirmative. Exactly why they felt compelled to share this with the activists, when we didn’t ask for such information, is unclear.

One of the above-mentioned characters. Likely just ill-mannered rather than actually being attracted to pigs…

The Tyr rune shines over Kungälv


ACTIVISM. Sweden’s Nest 2 lit up Bohus Fortress with the aid of their new laser projector at the weekend.

Activists from Nest 2 decorated Bohus Fortress, Kungälv, with the Tyr rune on Saturday, 9 January, during the first public use of their new laser projector.

The illuminating symbol enjoyed excellent visibility in the January darkness, and the many motorists on the busy E6 road had a hard time missing it.

One of the laser operators from Nest 2 said:

“The laser projector has been acquired in order to conduct many spectacular awareness activities. The idea originally came from the illuminated signs that are visible now and then in the Nest 2 region. This was a natural upgrade of a winning concept, especially in this dark season.”

The laser activism follows similar actions in Nest 8, where the Tyr rune and other messages and symbols were projected onto buildings in Norrköping. See photos below:

New Year celebrations in Bohuslän

SOCIAL ACTIVITY. Sweden’s Nest 2 organised their traditional New Year celebration for the Nest’s members and sympathisers on New Year’s Eve 2020.

The celebration naturally consisted of lots of good food and splendid comradeship. For dinner, a freshly felled deer with potato salad was served, which was much appreciated.

After dinner, some very elegant cakes were served that had been baked by comrades from the Nest. These proved very popular with the many children who were present.

The National Council member Fredrik Vejdeland then gave a speech about the past year, in which he placed great focus on continuing our optimism for the future into the coming year.

Although many attendees went home in the evening, the remainder of the guests continued the New Year celebrations into the small hours.

Nest 2 bids the new year welcome!

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Action reports – Week 1, 2021


ACTIVISM. A selection of activism reports from the past week from around the Nordic nations.

Laser activism in Norrköping

Nest 8 conducted some spectacular laser activism in central Norrköping on 28 December, with symbols of the struggle lighting up facades in the dark winter evening.

Important scrolling text messages were appropriately projected onto the district court, Norrköpings Tidningar’s editorial office, and the walls of a certain religious congregation.

Inspiring messages such as “Join the Nordic Resistance Movement!”, “Crush Zionism!” and “For a free and united Nordic Nation” caused both pedestrians and motorists to react.

Social activity in Norrköping

Members and their families from Group 801 met outdoors in the mild winter weather on 27 December. The group lit a campfire and grilled sausages while discussing society’s decay and the changes we will implement in the future.

Monthly meeting and study circle in Nest 7

Nest 7 held their monthly meeting on 2 January. While several important meetings were being held, other parts of the Nest read some chapters from the Activist Handbook, together with other propaganda. Afterwards, everyone had dinner before holding the monthly meeting.

A well-spent day in the struggle!

Monthly meeting with martial arts training in Nest 5

On 2 January, members and activists from Nest 5 met to begin the year with their first monthly meeting of 2021.

During the meeting, they reviewed the usual matters and planned for the coming month. Some attendees had also prepared a meal, which they gladly consumed in order to gain strength for the subsequent martial arts training.

The training included jabs and hooks, as well as the techniques of striking with knees and elbows. The training was then concluded with sparring.

Leafleting in Tranås

A supporter member delivered leaflets to all households in the Ekmansberg housing area in Tranås on 4 January.

Basic activism in Luleå

The new year of struggle 2021 began on 8 January in Luleå for Activist Group 601. The day included erecting a banner in a very visible location next to a busy road, as well delivering close to 200 White Lives Matter leaflets in the countryside.

Leafleting in Trelleborg

The Resistance Movement were once again in Trelleborg on 8 January to deliver leaflets. Over 200 leaflets were distributed.

Basic activism in Skillingaryd

Members in were in Skillingaryd on 4 January to conduct a banner drop and spray Tyr runes and National Socialist messages in the town centre.

Banner action in Nest 7

Nest 7 held a banner action at the E4 road in Jönköping Municipality on 27 December, with a banner reading, “Stop the Population Replacement”. The group first took their positions on a bridge, before later moving to a spot beside the road. The Resistance men saw a lot of thumbs-up and heard many cheerful horn beeps during the activity.

Basic activism in central Bergen

Members from Activist Group 302 conducted a poster activity in central Bergen. No problems occurred.

Winter solstice celebration

Inspired by the recent episode of Aristogenesis, sympathisers young and old celebrated the solstice with an evening outside. Myths and legends from our culture were presented and discussed, and everyone agreed that it was an occasion which will be observed again in the future.

Posters in Sarpsborg

Nest 1 placed posters in central Sarpsborg.

Basic activism in Oslo

Basic activism was conducted in various locations in Oslo, including the Metro, Opera House, city centre and Aker Brygge.

Basic activism in Slagelse

Nordic Resistance Movement stickers were placed in Slagelse.

Stickers in Hundige

Resistance Movement stickers were placed in Hundige

Basic activism in Ishøj

Nest 2 activists placed stickers in Ishøj.

The Nordics’ most dangerous man speaks


LYING PRESS. The Leader of the Nordic Resistance Movement shares his thoughts after being named one of the world’s most dangerous men.

Simon Lindberg in The Sun newspaper

This week I was featured in one of the world’s largest newspapers, the British publication The Sun, as one of the most dangerous people on the planet. On the list, which was later republished by the Swedish newspaper Expressen, I was accompanied by prominent figures from militant and terrorist-classified organisations such as IS, Hezbollah, Hamas and al-Qaeda.

The Nordic Resistance Movement is a civil and legal resistance movement. We also have a registered political party and stand in elections. The organisation has never carried out any terrorist acts.

I am a completely public and open person who works and has a family, and I have never been convicted of any crime that required me to even have to serve a prison sentence.

How could I end up on this list? This is a clearly justified and very natural question. To answer it, we must look at what unites the people on the list, despite the enormous differences between us: We all pose a threat to the liberal-democratic capitalist system and the globalist world order. This threat is posed to varying degrees and for completely different reasons, but it’s large enough to create concern among the ruling elite.

The Nordic Resistance Movement’s vision of a free and united National Socialist Nordic Nation is diametrically opposed to their Cultural Marxist destruction of all natural values and the enslavement of humanity. Our diligent work over more than two decades, in combination with the fact that we have stood firm and never budged an inch – despite repression and adversity – has given us an organisational structure that few other nationalist groups in the world even come close to.

All in all, this means we are viewed as a huge threat to the power of those who rule today. They see a potential for growth in us that gives them the chills. They understand the enormous appeal of National Socialism and know that our work breaks down their barriers of lies and brainwashing and makes the people increasingly receptive to us. They know the same thing as I do – that in time we have a very good chance of winning, and naturally they will do everything they can to prevent it. One stage in this process is to ban us, and one step in succeeding in that aim is to first lobby for a ban.

And what more obvious way to lobby for a ban than by linking us to the world’s most hunted, banned and infamous terrorists?

It is of course completely absurd that I am on this list, but these people have no scruples at all – they are the masters of manipulation and will trample over people’s graves to get where they want to go.

As ridiculous as this is, it’s also a great honour to be recognised in this way. Maybe it’s the finest accolade I’ve received in my entire life. To be regarded as equally dangerous to the system as IS’s terrorist attacks or Hezbollah’s missiles on the basis of mere words and propaganda is of course an honorary distinction like none other. And being ranked as the most dangerous person in all of the Nordic countries, as well as one of the five most dangerous in Europe and one of the 20 most dangerous in the whole world – without having been involved in any person’s death whatsoever – can even be classified as something astronomical.

As should be the case when receiving a significant award, I therefore say: Thank you to all our organisation’s comrades who helped me get here – it would never have happened without you. Together we will continue to fight with undiminished power – let the future show that our ideas and our fanaticism are just as dangerous to the globalists (and thus favourable to our people) as they fear!

Monthly meeting with police visit in Nest 8


MEETING. Sweden’s Nest 8 held their first monthly meeting of the year in rural surroundings in Östergötland on Sunday, 3 January.

The eventful day began with a challenging activist test, with all of the Nest’s activists performing well. But it wasn’t just the Resistance men who were interested in the activities – a police patrol also showed up at the scene, asking prying questions about what the activists were doing, and photographing the licence plates on their cars.

Activist test under police surveillance

After relocating to the venue for the monthly meeting, the day’s programme continued with martial arts training, which was also open to members and supporter members. The tough sparring session took its toll, so everyone was glad to see that the organiser group had set the table for the meal and subsequent fika, which was appreciated by both children and adults.

The training continued with martial arts indoors
A tasty energy boost at the right time

It was then observed that a police car was circulating around this location too, in a rural idyll a dozen miles from the site of the activist test. When the Nest Chiefs went outside to investigate, it was found that no fewer than three police patrol cars were lined up along the small village road. When the police were asked what they were doing by the Nest Chief, they replied that they were conducting a traffic check. When asked why they had just stopped and looked through our comrades’ car windows if that were the case, and why they were wearing bulletproof vests (a little strange on a lonely countryside road on a Sunday), Kling and Klang had no answer. They were asked to stop harassing us and disappeared from the scene a moment later.

Kling and Klang clearly had plenty of work to do in the quiet rural environment

After the meal, the monthly meeting began with a screening of two videos produced by the Nest’s media group. One video was a comprehensive chronicle in images of the past year of struggle 2020, with sequences from many of the major events and activities. The other was a video from activities with the laser cannon the Nest has acquired. Several happy cheers were heard from the audience when they saw National Socialist messages and symbols projected onto centrally located buildings in Norrköping.

Afterwards, the first part of the Nest’s speaking school was held. A comrade had prepared a talk based on a section from the book Master Life. After the speech, feedback on its delivery and suggestions for improvements were given by the Nest Chief, followed, of course, by well-deserved praise.

A promising speaking debut

The following members’ meeting began with an atmospheric singing of Die Fahne Hoch, after which the usual meeting items and information were discussed. As a conclusion, Nest Chief Thunlind read a short passage from the Gospel of Matthew about how we can all be encouraged to do our best based on our personal circumstances in the vital struggle for our people.

The Nest Chief reads from… the Bible


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