Note: This is not a complete list of activism, only the highlights. For every action covered here, there are three more that are not.
The Nordic Resistance Movement Shuts Down the Lying Press After Smear Campaign
Haakon Forwald Daily Stormer
March 27, 2017
As a reaction to a week long smear campaign against the Nordic Resistance Movement by the state owned Norwegian media, NRK, the organization retaliated with a week long campaign of activism against the lying media.
Armed with banners, posters, leaflets and barricade tape, activists all over Norway bombarded the media houses with propaganda, informing the people about the controlled media and their agenda. Numerous media houses and newspapers were also shut down with barricade tape.
The posters that were used read: “Warning! Activity harmful to the people is being conducted behind these doors!”.
Järna, Sweden: NRM Activists Fight Off Attacks From Anti-White Mob
The day started out peacefully enough, with activists handing out leaflets in a shopping district in the city of Järna, south of Stockholm.
Despite being initially well received by the public, after about 20 minutes a non-white foreigner showed up & threatened the activists.
After a brief shoving match, the foreigner in question ran off, saying that he’ll be back with more people.
A short time later, he came back with a motley collection of 20 non-whites & white traitors gather from a nearby recreation center.
Again he threatened the NRM activists & told them to leave, this time challenging them to a fight. The gang then approached the activists & went on the attack. After a short fight, (details of which are unknown; no injuries were reported) the gang ran off down the street.
The NRM activists went back to leafleting, but the gang came back………under protection of the police. When the police arrived, they demanded identification and photographed the activists.
Thus concluded the days’ action, fortunately with no arrests.
Lund, Sweden: Nordic Resistance Movement On The Streets
A public leafleting was held in the university city of Lund, prompting a strong response from the anti-white university students.
Standing in the middle of a busy walking path in the city, activists unfurled two NRM flags & started handing out leaflets to passers by.
It was clear from the start that Lund is a city that is more decadent than other cities, and the activists met more self-hating left young people than they are accustomed to.
Despite the fact that the university town is a notorious stronghold of communism, the flyers with the Resistance party program went like hot cakes. Although there were a lot of people who were negative about the National Socialist message, many were also pleased by the presence of the Resistance.
After a while, antifa from the university began to filer in & congregate a safe distance from the activists, yelling anti-white slogans.
Even after calling for backup, they only managed about 20 people; a collection of female students, homosexuals & drug addicts.
After about 20 minutes of this, the police arrived. Instead of telling the National Socialist activists to leave, (as the antifa were calling for) there was no police harassment & the leafleting continued.
After handing out flyers for some time, the activists rolled up their flags and went in good spirits from the town center to go have dinner and hold their monthly unit meeting.
Tampere, Finland: Protest Against The Proposed Banning Of NRM
Over two dozen members of the Finnish branch of the Nordic Resistance Movement held a protest against the proposed banning of their organization in the city of Tempere on March 18th.
Given the recent publicity NRM has received in Finland, the demonstration attracted much attention from the locals as they passed out fliers to the public. Most of it was positive, with some sympathetic people wanting to make a donation, and an English-speaking pastor who shook hands with the activists. Even a man from Bulgaria offered his support.
After some time, the police arrived and parked a van between the NRM members & the public.
Leftists came as well, but only stood at a distance yelling & taking pictures.
When the demonstration had been held and leaflets were distributed, the activists with banners waving went off to a nearby park for a group photo. Some over-enthusiastic police followed the activists and stopped in a parking lot to spy on activists when they left from the park to go to their cars.
This was the first major street event in Tampere, and it was entirely peaceful. There were no arrests or incidents of violence.
Stockholm, Sweden: Standard Leafleting Turns Violent As Nationalists Fight Against Anti-Whites & Police
The day started out with a public leafleting in the Östermalm district of Stockholm.
After some time handing out leaflets, the activists moved on to Norrmalmstorg, a kind of town square located nearby.
It was at this time that they had attracted the attention of a police officer who proceeded to follow them around.
The police officer who was following the activists from Östermalms square concluded that “the Nazis” presence on the street posed a serious threat which led to more police showing up.
Meanwhile, the NRM members distributed leaflets in the square where there was also a St. Patrick’s Day parade taking place.
Although it seemed nice at first, one drunk in the parade threw beer bottles at two of the NRM members. He didn’t get away with it unscathed; after defending himself & his comrades, one NRM member was arrested by police.
Things then became heated between the NRM activists & the police.
After this, it wasn’t long before a handful of leftists staged an impromptu counter demonstration.
After a while, the activists decided to leave Norrmalmstorg and head towards Stureplan, another nearby public square.
A small number of anti-white protesters followed. Their ranks consisted mostly of women & homosexuals.
After a little while at this location, NRM members made their way to the subway, with police & anti-whites close behind.
It was here that one of the anti-whites instigated a shoving match with a NRM member, who responded in kind. The police responded by beating NRM members with batons before arresting a flag bearer.
These events were filmed & will be released at a later date.
After this, the activist had a police escort to a university where day’s actions were concluded.
Despite two arrests & some superficial injuries (all caused by police) the Nordic Resistance Movement got their message out to the public, and successfully defended themselves on two occasions.
Fighting with hostile anti-whites & dealing with police repression is something that one must occasionally put up with in National Socialist activism. The Nordic Resistance Movement carries on regardless.
A march and rally was held in memory of the “Cursed Soldiers”, an anti-communist resistance movement in Poland which fought against the red occupation after World War II. Estimation of the Cursed Soldiers’ legacy still causes heated debates both in a Polish society and among historians, and in many ways resembles a lasting debate on the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) in Ukraine.
Until now, the fate of many members of this movement is unknown, and attempts to exhume the bodies often encounter strong bureaucratic resistance. With the change of government in Poland, March 1st has become an official remembrance day of these soldiers. Participants marched through the streets of Warsaw, shouting various nationalist slogans glorifying the exploits of the underground anti-communist resistance and gradually moving to the prison that once held captive the enemies of the communist regime in Poland.
At the prison, the procession stopped and all together sang the anthem of Poland. Then the march organizers delivered their speeches and gave the floor to veterans of Armia Krajowa (Home Army) who went through the dungeons of the communist regime and survived to this day. In their speeches, veterans expressed delight that young people still remember the feats of their predecessors and called for the relentless continuation of the struggle, to finally conclude the cause which they began.
In the end, the march participants put the flowers at the prison walls and paid tribute to the fallen by a minute of silence.
For the 78th anniversary of the proclamation of Carpathian-Ukrainian independence, the nationalist organization Karpatska Sich (KS), covered in black, was marching at a steady pace through Uzhgorod together with comrades from other Ukrainian and European nationalist movements along with participants of the war in East Ukraine.
Without parties and populism; against liberalism, separatism, the imperialism of the Russian Federation, the EU, capitalism, chauvinism, perversion and the left. A new generation of conscious Nationalist warriors were marching for race, tradition, the memory of our glorious heroes, our nation and brotherhood.
According to Taras Deyak, the leader of Karpatska Sich, representatives of right-wing Serbian and Hungarian organizations were also marching in the procession.
Previously, KS issued a statement against chauvinism and underlined that “true Hungarian nationalists” were their comrades.
Note: Die Rechte is a minor German nationalist party primarily based out of Baden-Württemberg.
Die Rechte fields mayoral candidate
As of March 2nd, Die Rechte is officially running a candidate for the office of mayor in the town of Au am Rhein, located in the southwest state of Baden-Württemberg.
Die Rechte wants to take the opportunity to assume political responsibility at the local & regional level. The municipality of Au am Rhein, through the candidacy of Christian Worch, has the opportunity to bring in an experienced, one hundred percent representative of the people to their community.
Leaflet distribution in Au am Rhein
On March 11th, several activists arrived in the evening hours in Au am Rhein to distribute flyers with the policy of the party to the local households. Even with nearly 3,300 households, each one got a flyer.
Since the mayor’s election will take place on March 26th, and the leader of Die Rechte is one of the five candidates, the leaflets were a good first opportunity to show some of the policies and goals of the party to the inhabitants of the community.
Christian Worch speaks to the citizens of Au am Rhein in town hall meeting
On Wednesday, March 15, 2017, the candidates for the office of mayor were invited to speak at a town hall in Au am Rhein. All five candidates took the opportunity to introduce themselves, including the candidate of Die Rechte, Christian Worch.
Accompanied by 25 activists, he addressed the crowd of about 800 people. Video of the speech is below.
Die Rechte information booths set up in Gaggenau and Rastatt
On March 11, 2017, activists from Baden-Württemberg met in the town of Gaggenau early in the morning to put up an information booth in the local pedestrian zone.
Coincidentally, there was a booth not far away representing Alternative fur Deutschland.
Despite some leftists in the area, everything remained peaceful & at 12:30 the booth was packed up and moved to the nearby city of Rastatt.
After running across some muslims who were selling vegetables in the town square, (who were just leaving) the activists set up the booth & talked to the citizens of Rastatt peacefully & uninterrupted until packing it up at 4:00.
March with the NPD in Dessau
On March 11th, representatives of Die Rechte traveled to the Saxon town of Dessau in order to take part in a march to honor the German dead of WWII, soldier & civilian, which was hosted by the NPD.
About 160 people took part in the march, with about 100 anti-Germans protesting the event.
Speakers from Die Rechte & the NPD addressed the crowd.
There were no arrests or incidents of violence, and plans were made for future cooperation between the two groups.
Zweibrücken: Die Rechte holds torchlight march to honor war dead
On March 14, 2017, a memorial march took place in Zweibrücken to commemorate the those killed during the bombing of the city in 1945.
The mourners started the event with a greeting and a speech, which was sporadically framed by a miserable heap of antifa, after which the 40 or so participants began to march. After a short time, night fell and torches were ignited. The column continued its march without disturbance until it was back at the starting point. The memorial march ended after a short final speech.
On Wednesday, March 1st 2017, Golden Dawn paid respect to fallen hero, Mikis Mantakas.
Mikis was a Greek student who studied abroad in Italy, who also helped the struggle of fellow Italian Nationalists in their defence against militant communist militias which terrorised the country in the mid 70s.
Mikis attended a trial against a communist who firebombed the home of an Italian Nationalist who had his 2 children burned alive with the attack. The trial was set up by criminal leftists, who attempted to shut down the proceedings. Brawls erupted outside the court room between Nationalists and Communists, and Mikis was cowardly shot dead by his attacker, who shot the unarmed patriot in the head.
Nationalists in Greece and Italy continue to pay tribute to Mikis every year since February 1975.