RESISTANCE MOVEMENT. Activists from Sweden’s Nest 2 held several activities in Kungälv Municipality on Saturday 21 May, including a wilderness trip and a public leafleting session.
The day began with a review of the schedule of activities at the appointed gathering place. Then, the activists were divided into groups, with two groups delivering leaflets to residents in the town of Ytterby, and a third putting up banners along the E6 road.
When these tasks had been completed, the comrades went to a nearby nature reserve for a short hike, at which new members were introduced to the Nest. Once they arrived at the final destination, sausages were grilled and a training course was given on essential kinds of survival equipment.
After the lesson concluded, the activists were thanked by the new members, before going on to conduct a public activity in central Kungälv.
When they arrived in the town, the well-known Kungälv Cruising event was already in full swing. The drivers, passengers and other visitors were in high spirits, and a lively atmosphere pervaded. A large number of leaflets were handed out along the streets and were gladly accepted by many attendees and passers-by.
The message on the leaflet – which proved to be very popular with the majority of recipients – comprised several basic questions that asked the people what they have actually gotten from the establishment politicians during their many years in power.
After a long time had passed and the leaflets had begun to run low, the activists packed up and went back to the gathering place. Everyone then thanked one another for a well-executed day of activities and headed home.