ACTIVISM. Norway’s Nest 1 held a memorial action for the faceless victims of multiculturalism in Sarpsborg on Saturday, 22 January.
Activists and members from Nest 1 went to Sarpsborg on Saturday morning to hold a public memorial action for the faceless victims of multiculturalism. The memorial honoured those victims who have never gotten a statue and have received practically no attention from politicians or the media – in contrast to racial foreigners who have been honoured with statues and the attention of the media all around the world.
The Resistance Movement took up positions on the square outside Sarpsborg Storsenter, where a memorial was set up and leaflets were handed out. Numerous discussions took place with both friendly people and those who get their information from the enemy media.
After a while the police showed up and had a short dialogue with the activists about the subject of the action. In contrast to their usual conduct at such activities, the police behaved professionally, had no objections and subsequently moved on.
The memorial went smoothly and peacefully and was concluded after a few hours.
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