ACTIVISM. On 14 April the Nordic Resistance Movement gathered in Stockholm for the organisation’s yearly remembrance ceremony in honour of Gösta Hallberg-Cuula on the anniversary of his death. Hallberg-Cuula was an ardent National Socialist who died in Finland during the Continuation War.
This year Nest 1 had reinforcements from Nest 5 and Nest 8. The day began with a tribute to Gösta Hallberg-Cuula by his graveside. The participants went to the grave in marching formation, dressed in uniform, with flags raised at the front of the procession.
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At the graveside, Nest Chief Anders Rydberg held a short speech in memory of Stockholmer Hallberg-Cuula, who went to war and died for his people and his race. After the speech, the attendees laid a wreath by the headstone and then moved on to honour Hallberg-Cuula’s memory in the way he would have appreciated most: by spreading the National Socialist message on the streets of Stockholm!
Following a change of clothes and a short break, the activists regrouped at a nearby tube station and made their way to central Stockholm. Once they arrived, they split into two smaller groups with about 20-25 people in each and headed off to their respective destinations.
One group went to Norrmalmstorg square, while the other set up on Hötorget square. The weather was a little cold and windy so not many people were around to begin with, but after half an hour the crowds started to form.
Several amusing incidents occurred on Norrmalmstorg. The first involved an elderly lady who approached the flag bearers after receiving a leaflet and shouted loudly, “I love you!” several times. She said she was incredibly happy to see young men stand up proudly for their people.
Next, two very happy teenage girls came over and gave one of the flag bearers a high five before taking a selfie. Later, two old Finnish gentlemen asked if they could take a photo. One stood next to the Tyr Rune flag and saluted while the other snapped away.
After about an hour both groups moved on. The first went from Norrmalmstorg to the Coin Square, while the second went from Hötorget to Sergel’s Square. There the leaflet distribution continued without any noteworthy incidents. Many people took leaflets, and at both locations there were lots of passers-by who were eager to discuss politics.
When another hour had passed, the group on Sergel’s Square went to the Coin Square, via Queen Street, to meet up with their comrades. When everyone was together, the combined group lined up in marching formation on the road next to the Coin Square – it was time for a spontaneous demonstration!
With a banner dedicated to the memory of Gösta Hallberg-Cuula proudly displayed at the front of the procession, the march began. The Resistance Movement’s flags waved in the wind, and the activists enjoyed every second as they marched through the city. The procession made its way around the Old Town, alongside the water and then over Slussenbron bridge to Södermalm.
The activists walked in silence through the streets of Södermalm, along Götgatan, through Citizen Square down towards Södra station, and finally to Mariatorget tube station where the demonstration ended. Along the way many Stockholmers saw the Nordic Resistance Movement’s proud representatives on this wonderful Sunday.
National Socialists in Finland also celebrated Gösta Hallberg-Cuula’s memory on Sunday with an activity in the town of Huittinen.
Gösta Hallberg-Cuula was willing to fight and risk everything for his people and his race’s future. Without more self-sacrificing warriors our race will die. You are needed in the fight too. Do your duty and support the Nordic Resistance Movement!