RESISTANCE MOVEMENT. The Nordic Resistance Movement held a demonstration march with flags, banners and torches through central Stockholm last Saturday, before giving speeches at various locations, including Sergels torg.
The demonstration was held to mark the anniversary of the firestorm in Dresden and to respond the establishment’s ongoing attempt to drag Sweden into the Nato globalist war pact.
The Resistance activists walked for five kilometres, chanting slogans from Karlaplan, via Diplomatstaden, the Turkish and Israeli embassies, Sergels torg, past the Riksdag and finally to Mynttorget. “No to Nato – Death to globalism!”, “Proud, White, Revolutionary!” and “Ulf Kristersson – Traitor to the people!” were some of the slogans used on the day.
Along the marching route, stops were made for speeches at the Turkish embassy, Sergels torg and Mynttorget. A Turkish flag was burned outside the Turkish embassy in response to president Erdogan’s demands that Sweden ban Koran burnings in order to join Nato.
Joakim Kannisto and the Resistance Movement’s leader, Simon Lindberg, gave speeches on Sergels torg to a sizeable audience, many of whom showed support for the organisation.
Excerpt from Simon Lindberg’s speech:
In this world, we are far from alone. Many are those, who, in various free nations, have had to pay the highest price for the advance of the globalists. In light of this, I would like us now to direct our thoughts to the many victims of globalism in the last century. To the many men, but also the women and even children, who have been sacrificed on Zion’s altar. To the servicemen, but also the freedom fighters and the completely innocent civilians, who have been bombed, tortured and raped into submission by the globalists. All in the good name of democracy…
… We never forget. We never forgive. In an eternal front, around the world, we will fight against you. Victory to the North and all the free people of the world – segregated, but united, until the victims of globalism are avenged and the beast is destroyed once and for all!
At, Mynttorget, the final destination, right next to the Riksdag, the globalist flags of the EU and Nato were burned, to resounding applause from the demonstrators.
The very successful demonstration was then concluded, after Sweden’s capital had been turned into a National Socialist zone for almost three hours.
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RESISTANCE MOVEMENT. Simon Lindberg held a speech at the conference of the Nationalist Socialist organisation Devenir Europeo in Madrid, where deeper ties were forged between the two groups.
Last weekend, the leader of the Nordic Resistance Movement, Simon Lindberg, and the Swedish National Council member Fredrik Vejdeland attended a conference organised by Devenir Europeo in Madrid. Simon also gave a speech at the conference.
Devenir Europeo is a National Socialist organisation that has existed for a long time in Spain but which has recently become increasingly active. A representative from the Spanish organisation, Rafael Montes, appeared on the Nordic Resistance Movement’s Icelandic podcast Landsmenn in December, where he discussed Devenir Europeo’s activities. The Resistance Movement has previously been in contact with representatives from Devenir Europeo, which also cooperates with Der Dritte Weg in Germany. The Nordic Resistance Movement was invited to the conference to increase cooperation between the organisations.
“Europe’s most dangerous man”
The Nordic Resistance Movement representatives arrived in the Spanish capital on Friday evening, where they were picked up by members of Devenir Europeo. The Spanish comrades served them traditional Spanish food and then informed them of the schedule for Saturday’s event. Expectations were high, as mass media reports claiming that “Europe’s most dangerous man” would speak had led to extra work for the organisers, as an extra 30 people had applied to attend the event. When it got late, the Swedish delegation went back to their hotel, where the conference would take place the following day.
Honouring fallen comrades
As the conference was to be held in the evening, the first part of Saturday was spent seeing a little more of Madrid, including a visit to a museum about the Spanish Civil War. The guides informed the Swedish guests about the Spaniards’ fight against communism, led by General Franco and the Falangists.
Afterwards, a visit was made to a cemetery, where fallen Falangists lay buried alongside members of the Condor Legion (German soldiers who supported the Spanish Civil War) and the Blue Division (Spaniards who later fought for Germany on the Eastern Front). At the cemetery, representatives from Devenir Europeo gave speeches about the fallen soldiers and the battles in which they fought. Although the purpose of visiting both the museum and cemetery was chiefly to honour fallen heroes from the Falange movement, an important distinction was made that helped underline the fact that Devenir Europeo is a National Socialist – and not a Falangist – organisation. Many of the Falangists fought against communism for their country’s freedom, while the Spaniards in the Blue Division were mostly National Socialists who fought for a united Europe. The struggle for a united Europe is also a major part of Devenir Eurpeo’s vision.
The big conference
On Saturday evening, Devenir Europeo’s conference took place in a venue full of Spanish National Socialists. First to speak was Ramon Bau, one of the founders of Devenir Europeo. Bau’s speech largely focused on the organisation’s visions and goals and the values that a member of Devenir Europeo should possess. The Swedish delegation felt that Bau’s speech touched on similar issues to those contained in Anton Holzner’s book Master Life.
The second speaker, a doctorate in history named Jesús Lorente, gave a historical and more esoteric talk about our ancestors’ view of death. Lorente spoke about everything from the Spartan view of death to the männerbund and the Old Norse belief that a man cannot enter Valhalla unless he dies in battle. Here, too, the visiting Swedes noted references to a book published in Swedish: Wulf Sörensen’s Vän Döþer.
Last to speak was the leader of the Nordic Resistance Movement, Simon Lindberg. Lindberg spoke about the Nordic Resistance Movement’s activities as a broad organisation with an emphasis on activism, and explained how the organisation has made itself effective. The speech ended with an action-packed video from Nordic Resistance Movement demonstrations and spectacular actions. The speech was very well received, and the spectacular actions – so-called Skorzeny actions – were something the Spanish comrades brought up in conversation multiple times during the weekend.
After the well-attended conference – which neither the police nor the extreme left managed to stop, despite calls to do so in parliament – Sunday was spent seeing even more of Spain, this time via a trip to El Escorial, a few miles outside Madrid. Built by the Spanish king Philip II in the 16th century, with the aim of creating a symbol for Spain, El Escorial is a magnificent work of Renaissance architecture and a World Heritage Site. The complex consists of a royal castle, monastery and palace, where all the Spanish kings since Philip II are buried. During the visit, a member of Devenir Europeo gave a talk about the site.
In the evening, Lindberg and Vejdeland held a meeting with some of the leading people in Devenir Europeo. It was decided that we would deepen our cooperation, as we generally want to achieve the same things, despite some differences. It was also clear to the Swedish delegation that Devenir Europeo, like the Nordic Resistance Movement, strive for quality above quantity, and that their members possess a willingness to self-sacrifice. As a conclusion to this very pleasant trip, we went out again to eat and have a couple of beers with our Spanish comrades.
Continued media attention
The media publicity and interest in the Nordic Resistance Movement, Simon Lindberg and Devenir Europeo continued for several days after the conference. This included major articles in Spain’s biggest newspaper, El Pais; several-minute-long features with so-called experts on Spanish TV news; and reports in the leftist paper Luhnoticas, which described Lindberg as “the leader of European Nazism”.
ACTIVISM. Sweden’s Nest 1 highlighted the ongoing genocide of the Swedish people with a banner action above a busy road in Stockholm on 28 January.
The activity was a continuation of the banner drops with the same “Stop the Destruction of Our People!” message that were conducted the day before, on “Holocaust Memorial Day”. [The Swedish word förintelsen means both “holocaust” and “destruction”, lending extra meaning to the banner’s slogan.]
The comrades met around lunchtime above National Road 73 for an extended bridge action. Although it was a Saturday, the road was still packed with cars. The Resistance Movement has become such a regular sight on the streets in Stockholm that drivers began honking their horns before the comrades had even unfurled their banner and flags. They knew exactly what to expect!
A bridge action in Stockholm has a tendency to significantly increase the queues on the road, as every other driver slows down to read the message, take photos or film the banner with their phone. Some people even “park” in the middle of the highway to take a memento photo.
The state’s footsoldiers were quick to respond and showed up shortly after the action began, although they were just two in number. The officers wanted to talk about the usual things, but they didn’t get an answer from anyone. They then tried to read what was on the banner, suspecting it might contain an illegal message.
When the Resistance Movement’s cameraman returned to the bridge with his camera at the ready, one officer immediately became aggrieved and grabbed the comrade by the arm, claiming it was illegal to film his face. After a brief explanation of the law and how it actually applies to someone whose job it is to uphold it, the policeman realised he was wrong and backed down. Instead, he wanted answers to his tiresome questions, but he was told there was no reason to answer anything he wanted to know, given how he had behaved thus far.
A little upset, the officer hopefully learned a lesson about how he should behave in his profession next time, although the comrades thought it unlikely. The police said a report would be written about some alleged violation of the law, but no one present was ID-checked before both officers went back to their car and drove off slowly .
The activity continued as normal, with both positive and negative gestures and shouts from drivers. A female racial alien cycled behind the comrades at breakneck speed and shouted something obscene, only to receive an immediate response. Afterwards, the comrades remarked that is only ever people on bicycles that have something negative to say – either because they do not dare do anything unless they can quickly escape the vicinity, or because bicycles are somehow linked to leftism. In contrast, an elderly couple passed by and were very curious about what was happening and who was responsible. They looked pleasantly surprised when they heard the answer.
When the activists had stood on the bridge long enough to have been seen by approximately 7,000 drivers, they felt it was time to conclude the successful activity, as they had other matters on the agenda for the day.
ACTIVISM. Sweden’s Nest 7 are back on the streets of Vetlanda again after the election campaign.
The election has long since passed, and Vetlanda’s local politicians have crawled back into the town’s sewers after securing their seats for another term of office. In the meantime, Nest 7 continue to be a visible feature on the streets, tirelessly spreading propaganda in the municipality. To show the residents of Vetlanda Municipality we have not disappeared just because the election is over, the town of Vetlanda was chosen as the first location for Nest 7 to conduct public activism in 2023.
The day’s public activity began with a short briefing, after which the activists split into groups and went to various places in town where they thought the most people would be, both in the town centre and on its outskirts.
One of the groups started their distribution outside a large grocery store, which resulted in a steady stream of people receiving leaflets. While this was ongoing, another group arrived at their destination a few hundred metres away. There was a stream of people there, too, running their errands for the weekend, darting in and out of the shops. The activists took up positions and started handing out leaflets to passers-by. The majority of people walking past were curious about what kind of leaflets were being distributed, and several people stopped for a conversation.
An elderly White woman told one of the activists she had returned from an extended stay abroad and that she hardly recognised the town anymore, as so much had changed. After the woman had talked with the activist for a good while, she wished him a nice weekend and hurried on.
Not everyone appreciated the activists’ presence, however. One woman, who could best be described as a stereotypical key-jangler* in both behaviour and size, felt compelled to ostentatiously stare at one of the activists as she tore up the leaflet she had been handed. This happened after she almost had a heart attack when she realised the leaflet was from the Resistance Movement. She then shuffled off, panting from the effort.
The activity continued on, with the various groups of activists moving between different locations during the course of the day. Later on, the groups reconvened on Stora torget in Vetlanda, where they stood with a banner outside the town hall, before concluding the day.
* A leftist, usually an old woman, who jangles a set of keys in attempt to “fight racism”
ACTIVISM. The Nordic Resistance Movement signalled its opposition to the terrorist state of Israel with a speech and flag burning outside the Israeli embassy the day after “Holocaust Memorial Day”.
In response to Israel’s recent ban on the Palestinian flag and their terrorist classifications of a number of Palestinian civil organisations, the Resistance Movement decided to publicly demonstrate its disdain for these actions and clearly convey its stance on Israel.
Comrades went to central Stockholm, the location of Israel’s embassy, for the demonstration. However, they didn’t even have time to cross the street in front of the building before the state’s foot soldiers turned up and urgently wanted to know what was going on. Despite this concern, they were content with just remaining in the vicinity and watching.
Meanwhile, a passer-by, probably a Jewish man, approached. At first he was very curious as to why the comrades were standing there and then expressed his great displeasure about what was happening while brandishing his mobile phone.
The comrades lined up outside the embassy with the Resistance Movement’s flag fluttering in the wind. In honour of the day, they had also acquired an Israeli flag, which served as a doormat.
An activist gave a speech via megaphone and proclaimed the following to passers-by:
We who stand here today represent the Nordic Resistance Movement, which works daily to fight against the hostile forces who do everything they can to destroy our people.
These hostile forces do not only act against the Nordic people. The reason we stand outside Israel’s embassy today is because they also seek the extermination of the Palestinian people.
On another day, we could have been standing outside one of the other globalist states’ embassies, like that of the USA or Great Britain, whose leaders join Zionism’s ranks and bomb civilians in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq. They assassinated Iran’s highly respected general Qasem Soleimani, as he acted as a counterforce to the globalists and was consequently killed in a targeted terrorist attack. They carry out the dirty work Israel does not want to do.
In autumn 2021, Israel classified organisations working to advance Palestinian civil society as terrorists, including the women’s organisation UPWC, the children’s rights organisation DCIP, the agricultural organisation UAWC and the Bisan Center. They did this solely to punish the Palestinian resistance.
A few weeks ago, Israel’s national security minister proclaimed they had introduced a ban on the Palestinian flag. This was because he believes the flag ‘encourages terrorism’.
And now, just a few days later, Israel bombed Palestine again and murdered innocent civilians and Palestinian freedom fighters from Hamas. Israel also conducts regular airstrikes against targets in Syria.
Israel bears the ultimate responsibility for the escalation of the conflict in the Middle East, while freedom fighters bravely defend their people and territory.
On account of all this, we in the Nordic Resistance Movement declare Israel’s flag to be a terrorist symbol, the entire state of Israel to be a terrorist state and support of Israel and Zionism to be support for terrorists.
As a symbolic act – and to show our support to all freedom fighters the world over who fight this terrorist state and its lackeys – today we burn their flag of terrorism.
Long live the Free North!
Long live Palestine!
When the speech was over, the flag was picked up from the ground, soaked in petrol and set alight. In a blink of an eye, the flag was transformed into a fireball, before falling to the ground, where it lay smouldering for a while.
After the terrorist flag was reduced to a glowing pile on the ground, it was spat on a few times by the activists as they concluded the activity. Everyone present felt very satisfied with the symbolic yet powerful activity against Israel and the all-encompassing globalism we live under today.