ACTIVISM. Nordic Resistance Movement activists held a flash demonstration in the Norwegian capital on Saturday 29 October.
The demonstration began with the participants marching towards the Norwegian parliament building, the Storting, in central Oslo.
The activists then took up positions with a banner and flags on the terrace in front of the Storting and held a speech honouring National Socialism. The speech focused on the German invasion of Norway during World War II.
Excerpts from the speech:
As we all know, it was the Allies who ultimately won the war. In so doing, it was also the Allies who wrote the history books, in which they pushed a bizarre and mendacious narrative – to say the least – about National Socialism.
Behind me, in the Storting, sit the true traitors to our country and people! It is these forces who – behind the backs of the Norwegian people – have abolished Norway’s sovereignty and made Norway into a vassal state of the international elite, in complete contradiction to our constitution. Via their policies, the orchestrated mass immigration of racial aliens and the population replacement agenda have also become realities here in Norway.
After holding the speech, the activists left the Storting and marched through the city centre. The Norwegian police then attempted to stop the demonstration, encircling and harassing the participants.
A helicopter and military police subsequently arrived on the scene in order to put a stop to the political manifestation.
In total, 35 participants from the demonstration were arrested, all of whom have now been released.
There was also a large media presence at the demonstration, with reports of the event dominating the headlines of major Norwegian publications, such as VG and Dagbladet.
The media initially labelled the demonstration everything from “illegal” to “neo-Nazi riots”, before finally settling on the term “unannounced demonstration”. Even the prime minister Jonas Gahr Støre and city council leader Raymond Johansen felt compelled to comment on the demonstration.
The Resistance Movement’s Norwegian Chief Tommy Olsen gave the following first-hand account of events:
“The police tried to prevent our legal demonstration before we got to the Storting. We walked past them and conducted the event at Eidsvoll Square in front of the Storting. We also held our planned speech and banner drop. Later, the police again tried to prevent the demonstration on Universitetsgaten by stopping the march and claiming we were not allowed to go any further. We turned around and they tried to prevent us again. We pressed on and a policeman shouted, ‘Let them pass’. We subsequently walked on, but were stormed by the police from behind.”
Further coverage of the demonstration will follow.