WHITE LIVES MATTER. The Nordic Resistance Movement held activities across the Nordic nations to mark Indigenous People’s Day on 9 August. Here we present some photographs from the activism.
Activities to mark Indigenous People’s Day – aka White Lives Matter Day – were held around the world over the weekend and on Monday. The White Lives Matter campaign was initiated by the British nationalist organisation Patriotic Alternative, with nationalist groups around the world joining in to help spread the important message in their respective countries. Naturally, the Nordic Resistance Movement was proud to do its part and spread the White Lives Matter message in the Nordic nations.
Below are photos from activism in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Iceland:
More photos from Norway:
More photos from Denmark:
As most of our readers probably know, Nordic Resistance Movement activities are banned in Finland, which is why the organisation has not conducted any activism there.
However, we have received permission from the newly formed activist organisation Pohjanvartio to report on their White Lives Matter activism in the following towns and cities: Pori, Espoo, Helsinki, Hyvinkää, Jyväskylä, Lahti, Nystad, Raumo, Mikkeli, Tampere, Oulu, Vantaa, Lappeenranta, Ylivieska and Turku.
Below are some photos from these activities:
This article will be updated with any further reports that come in.
Photographs from the United Kingdom and numerous other countries around the world can be seen on Patriotic Alternative’s website.