ACTIVISM. Sweden’s Nest 7 held a public leaflet distribution at the Bilsport Motor Show at Elmia Exhibition Centre in Jönköping on Easter Saturday.
The traffic was at a standstill on the E4 motorway in the morning, as thousands of people headed to the annual motor show at the Elmia Exhibition and Convention Centre. Due to the gridlocked traffic, the activists parked their cars a little way from Elmia and made the last part of the journey on foot.
The Resistance men walked alongside the line of cars with their flag at the head of the group, causing many motorists to roll down their windows and express their support, which included salutes to both victory and Adolf Hitler.
The venue was already packed when the activists arrived. There were a lot of motor enthusiasts who had travelled from father afield, but the majority of visitors were regular people. Nest 7 took their positions with their Tyr rune flag in the middle of the crowds and began to hand out White Lives Matter leaflets.
The police were already on site when the activists arrived. One policeman approached to ask a lot of questions about the activists’ plans for the day, but he soon gave up when the Nest Chief just gave him polite but evasive answers. After a while, all the police disappeared from the area, leaving their vehicles in situ.
The activists enjoyed many rewarding conversations with the people. The number of positive responses was noticeably higher than usual, with many people accepting leaflets and expressing their sympathy. Several youngsters came over to ask for leaflets to put on their cars.
There were some negative responses as well, including from some racial aliens, who got upset when they were informed they will have to leave Sweden when the Resistance Movement comes to power.
After the activity was concluded, the activists continued the day with a banner action over the very busy E4 motorway.