On 18 July, it was the international “holiday” to honor Nelson Mandela. Nordic Resistance chose this day to bring attention to the situation of the Nordic peoples in South Africa today.
A special flyer and a poster were developed for the purpose of the day’s activism. The end result was almost 30 different activities, including 7 of them public, which were conducted in Sweden, Norway and Finland between Saturday, July 16 and Monday July 18th. Here is a short report from some of them.
In Stromstad activists from both Sweden and Norway were in the public square for several hours, and in addition to handing out flyers there were also two speeches, one in Norwegian and one in Swedish. There tends to be a lot of both Norwegians and Swedes in the streets of this western Swedish city.
In Stockholm, a small but spirited protest was held outside the South African embassy. In Skåne leaflets were given out to the public in Trelleborg, Kristianstad and Ängelholm simultaneously. Even in Kalix and in Gävle there were activists in the streets to spread the message to the public.
In Avesta, Hedemora and Finnish Tampere banners were hung & flyers handed out as well as pasted up on walls. Similar actions were carried out in several other Scandinavian cities, including the following: in Norway, Kristiansund, Asker and Bergen; in Finland, Jyväskylä, Pori and Oulu; and in Sweden, Sundsvall and Örnsköldsvik Nybro.
Flash Demo by Nordic Youth
Reposted from http://nordiskungdom.com/
Yesterday, a few of the Nordic Youth activists held a spontaneous protest against mass immigration and the islamist terror, combined with flyer-passing in central Stockholm.
A short speech was made and a flyer with information on the consequences of migration was handed out on the street.
Despite a very good response we managed to upset a lot of people, but we’re not afraid to offend anyone! We tell the truth regardless of whether they want to hear it or not!