Activism on “Holocaust” Day in Norway

ACTIVISTS FROM THE Norwegian branch of the Nordic Resistance Movement marked International “Holocaust” Day with a series of activities in Rogaland and Hordaland over the weekend.

The activism aimed to spread the truth about the “Holocaust” and coincided with the official Holocaust Day on 27 January. Nests 3 and 6 took part in the activity. Here follows a short report.

Nest 3 – Hordaland

The first activity was held on the busy E39 road near Bergen Airport. A large banner with “The Holocaust Is a Hoax!” was displayed while green smoke grenades were ignited.

Afterwards the activists moved to central Bergen to clean up anti-White propaganda and replace it with the Resistance Movement’s. A lot of the material was spread in Møhlenpris, an area with a number of memorials and so-called “stumbling stones” connected to the “Holocaust”.

Nest 6 – Rogaland

In Rogaland the activism focused mainly on high schools, as these are often prime locations for obligatory “Holocaust education”.

Six schools in Sandnes and Stavanger were plastered with the Resistance Movement’s posters with messages such as “Enough Lies! Read the truth about the ‘Holocaust’ on”.

More photos:

Nest 3:

Nest 6:

* * *

Source: Nordic Resistance Movement

Previous post

A Century of Jewish Lies, part 1

Next post

Murdering Iowa

Notify of
Inline Feedback
View all comments
Shawn Green
Shawn Green
12 February, 2019 12:50 pm

Wonderful !

22 June, 2019 9:00 am


Reply to  Chris1488
22 June, 2019 1:52 pm

I agree, Chris, it’s awesome that there exists Whites who got off their butts and have become activists. Isn’t it about time we all followed their example?

22 June, 2019 10:19 pm

These relatively few activists are doing outstanding work. But like here in the US, the vast majority of whites have been conditioned to recoil at
1. ANYTHING questioning the conventional Holocaust narrative.
2. ANYTHING to do with preserving their own race.

(((They))) have really done a number on our people.

Reply to  Eric
24 June, 2019 12:09 am

The courage to do something often comes when others set an example first.

As an example, (((They))) are Jews, let’s have courage to say the word and show others how it’s done.