ACTIVISM. Sweden’s Nest 7 conducted a protest action against the EU in Nässjö, Småland, on Tuesday 9 May.
On 9 May every year, the enemies of our people celebrate the establishment of the “European Union” and their victory against Europe’s resistance to globalism, which helped pave the way for the full-scale murder of our people. With this in mind, Nest 7 conducted a protest action on the day.
As soon as the activists arrived, the local dregs contaminating the town square with their presence began harassing the Resistance men and behaving in a manner typical of people with low intelligence, uncontrolled anger and a lack of meaning in life.
However, their insults were soon drowned out when activist David Wåhlander began his speech. Wåhlander, who stood on a captured enemy flag, spoke about how Sweden has been worse off ever since joining the EU in 1995.
Excerpt from Wåhlander’s speech:
There is a strong resistance front that fights every day against this betrayal of the people, which will return power to the people who actually built this country and who want to see this country prosper like it did in its glory days.
After the speech, an enemy flag was set on fire. As the flag burned, the screaming dregs became more aggressive. One of them approached the Resistance Movement’s flag bearer and demanded the Tyr rune flag be burned as well. He became increasingly agitated and finally tore off his jacket in an attempt to provoke a fight.
Just as the activists were eagerly anticipating the chance to use their right to self-defence and cleanse Nässjö of its less desirable elements, sirens were heard nearby, which stopped the hostile provocations in their tracks. Before long, two police vans arrived at full speed with lights and sirens blaring. Several officers got out and started talking with the public on the square.
Apparently, they had received a call about a serious assault taking place, resulting in several people lying bleeding on the ground. However, they rather quickly came to the conclusion that this was not the case and informed the Resistance men they had the right to be on the square and conduct activism.
As the activity was already completed, the comrades packed up and went back to the gathering place. The police tagged along and stopped the activists’ cars to search them for weapons. As the officers were not able to find any bombs or automatic carbines, they instead contented themselves with informing the activists they were suspected of disturbing the public order. With this badge of honour and a successful activity under their belts, the Resistance men continued home in good spirits, proud of the day’s efforts.