ACTIVISM. Members of Norway’s Nest 6 carried out a series of activities in the towns of Sandnes and Stavanger last Friday.
The activism began with a public leafleting session outside Skeiene high school in Sandnes. The members received a good response from the pupils, with the majority saying yes to a leaflet.
Next the Resistance Men went to Sandnes train station and distributed more propaganda before boarding the train to Stavanger and handing out leaflets to passengers.
According to one member, there was a noticeable divide in the passengers’ responses: “The younger generation were very curious and positive, with many having already heard about us. The older ones were less interested, even shocked.”
The last stop of the day was Stavanger, where stickers were put up in the town centre and leaflets were given out to passers-by. Nest 6 was very happy with the day and promise more innovative activities in the future.
A member commented: “It was a very successful day for the struggle, and more is on the way. If there is anyone living in Rogaland county who wishes to get involved, I recommend you apply for membership.”