RESISTANCE MOVEMENT. Sweden’s Nest 7 held a pre-announced open lecture event in Vetlanda on Saturday 27 August.
The day began with host David Wåhlander greeting everyone and explaining the schedule, before Simon Lindberg was welcomed to the podium to give his lecture.
The lecture was about the population replacement. Simon began by explaining how the population replacement is a demographic reality and displayed the birth rate figures of different peoples. The essence of the talk was that, in order to survive as a people, White women need to start giving birth to more children, at the same time as we stop mass immigration and begin repatriation.
After an hour or so, everyone took a break to enjoy some sandwiches and chat, as well as to peruse the books, clothes and other items available on the Nest’s sales table. The lecture then resumed.
The talk also refuted the enemy’s nonsense argument that there are no human races because “all people have the same DNA”, as they often claim.
Excerpt from Simon Lindberg’s lecture:
In accordance with modern so-called research, our enemies try to promote the idea that there is a 99.7% similarity between all peoples, citing this as a reason why there is not a large enough difference for them to be scientifically classified as different races. What they ‘forget’ to mention is that you do not measure the relevant DNA at the point where the differences actually appear, but rather all DNA – and via this measurement technique, humans have 98% of their DNA in common with a chimpanzee, 90% with a domestic cat and 60% with a banana fly. Therefore, according to this measurement system, a 0.3% difference in DNA between different ethnic groups is far greater than it sounds.
After Lindberg had finished his presentation, it was Hampus Maijala’s turn. Maijala reported on the ongoing election struggle in Vetlanda and about the policies we intend to pursue in the municipal council if we are elected, but also what we will do outside the council if we are elected or not. He also spoke about restoring public safety in Vetlanda, stopping the sale of drugs, ensuring that shops in the city centre are kept alive, and providing recreation centres for White youths to spend their time free from multiculturalism.
After Maijala’s talk, it was time for a question and answer session, with the audience having the opportunity to ask questions to Simon Lindberg and the election candidates in Vetlanda. A curious audience asked many interesting questions, concerning everything from healthcare policies to how our takeover of power would come about.
After about an hour, the questions came to an end and the host concluded the event with a call to join the Resistance and fight 365 days a year, instead of putting a ballot paper in a box once every four years.