RESISTANCE MOVEMENT. On the 75th anniversary of the terror bombings of Dresden, the Nordic Resistance Movement’s Nest 8 gathered outside Norrköping City Museum to honour the victims and protest against the museum’s falsification of history.
Thursday 13th February 2020 marked 75 years since the beginning of one of the 20th century’s worst war crimes. On that day in 1945, Great Britain’s prime minister Winston Churchill and the USA’s president Franklin Roosevelt gave the order for the unprecedented terror bombing of the historic German civilian city of Dresden.
The bombings continued for several days and utilised phosphorous bombs in addition to conventional bombs, creating firestorms that incinerated everything in their path and killed hundreds of thousands of innocent women, children and elderly living far behind the frontlines.
This horrific war crime, together with many other atrocities committed by the Allies, has been hushed up and trivialised by the entire Western world to this day in order to keep the focus of blame on the Germanic people for the mythical so-called “holocaust” of Europe’s Jews.
To honour and remember the victims of the terror bombings of Dresden, the Nordic Resistance Movement’s Nest 8 held a manifestation on the evening of 13th February outside Norrköping’s City Museum, where members held a banner and gave an emotionally charged speech.
The location of the demonstration was chosen with care. Norrköping’s City Museum is currently holding an exhibition which grossly maligns both historical National Socialist heroes and the Resistance Movement via inflammatory lies about alleged crimes of the past and modern day violence.
Just as we will not forgive or forget the Zionist-controlled nations’ crimes against the people of Dresden in 1945, we will not forgive or forget the Cultural Marxist defamation of those who loyally and unselfishly fight for the Nordic people’s future today.
The dignified activity concluded by displaying the illuminated banner on three bridges over busy roads in and around Norrköping.