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“Holocaust Day” activism


ACTIVISM. To commemorate “International Holocaust Day” on January 27th, Nordic Resistance Movement activists spread holocaust awareness material across the Nordic countries.


Swedish activists spread informational posters, stickers and signs about the “holocaust” and also held banner actions.

In Stockholm comrades from Nest 1 conducted two banner drops above heavily trafficked roads with banners bearing the message “Long Live National Socialism”.

Nest 2 held a banner action over the E6 bridge in the centre of Gothenburg with the slogan “We will not budge an inch! The holocaust never happened!”

Informational posters were put up at secondary schools in Umeå to combat the lies all pupils are subjected to on “holocaust day”.

Between 20th and 27th January, activists in Sjuhärad spread Stop Globalism and #NoMoreWarsForIsrael posters, as well as informational signs about the holocaust. Stickers were also put up with the web address forintelsen.nu, which features yes or no questions about the truth behind the holocaust.

On one occasion an elderly lady came over to the activists and told them about how sad she is watching her beautiful country falling apart. The comrades comforted her by telling her that there is a resistance that understands her and is actively working to make the situation better.


In Norway activists conducted a series of activities across the country intended to awaken people to the truth about the “holocaust”.

Large numbers of posters, big and small, were put up in several towns and villages. Posters with QR codes were also used to direct people to a page on frihetskamp.net featuring articles on the “holocaust”. These were chiefly put up at schools to awaken the youth.


Activists in Denmark spread “The holocaust is a hoax” stickers across the Danish mainland. As in Sweden and Norway, the material featured the web address of the Danish branch’s website, where relevant information was prominently featured on “holocaust day”.