RESISTANCE MOVEMENT. The Nordic Resistance Movement’s Winter Aid initiative was in Aarhus, Denmark, on Sunday to distribute food and winter clothes to the homeless.
The Resistance Movement’s Winter Aid initiative was in Aarhus, Denmark, on Sunday, 20 December, to distribute food and warm winter clothes to homeless Danes.
For four hours, members of the Movement distributed winter supplies and soup in Mølleparken, central Aarhus.
National Socialism is a folk community – and in a folk community, the strong take care of the weak. The Winter Aid activities put this principle into practice.
In recent years, the country’s established public aid organisations have increasingly begun distributing aid to racial foreigners, which is why there is naturally less help available for White Danes living at the lowest levels of society. As such, this relief activity was intended for Danish homeless people.
In addition to kale sausages and potato soup with diced pork, clothes and sleeping supplies were distributed. These included winter coats, trousers, socks, gloves, hats, sleeping bags and sleeping mats. Visitors could also help themselves to a warm cup of coffee.