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by Simon Lindberg Last week’s public action in Iceland was one of many milestones in the Nordic struggle for freedom. Here the leader of the Nordic Resistance Movement discusses this and other groundbreaking activities. THE Nordic Resistance Movement is a revolutionary movement in both rhetoric…
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On Thursday the Nordic Resistance Movement held its first public activity on Iceland. THE Nordic Resistance Movement has been established in Iceland for some time, just as it has been in the rest of the Nordics. Since its establishment, the Icelandic branch has continued to grow, and as such it was high…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

By Dr. William L. Pierce Mighty Saga of the Northmen
Ninth and 10th Centuries Were Era of Viking Triumphs in Western Europe
Purest White Heritage Survives in North Atlantic
Land Scarcity, Spirit of Heroism Impelled Vikings
Militant Christianity, Lack of Northern Solidarity Bring End to Viking Age
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Interior Minister of Iceland, Ogmundur Jonasson, reveal details of a 2011 plot by the Obama administration to frame Julian Assange. THE US sent a “planeload of FBI agents” to Iceland in 2011 to frame WikiLeaks and its co-founder Julian Assange, according to a former Icelandic minister of interior,…
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Even in commercialized surroundings, White people create spontaneous beauty. Our heritage is worth fighting for. IMAGINE making your commute home, bracing yourself for the human tsunami that is sure to greet you when cutting through a busy train station. Only this time, instead of the din of a bustling…
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TODAY THE Nordic Council of Resistance organization was launched in Iceland in order to further advance the resistance effort in the Nordic region. The Nordurvigi (North Front) Web page is currently a static page with information about Norræna mótstöðuhreyfingin (Nordic Council of Resistance),…
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BACK IN 2008 the Irish Government caved in to ECB pressure and agreed to bail out in full (including — incredibly — unsecured bondholders) the creditors of Ireland’s troubled banks, putting the Irish taxpayer on the hook for potentially €65 billion. This was equivalent to nearly…
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THE CITY OF Reykjavík will no longer purchase goods made in Israel. The City Council voted yesterday that the city would not purchase any goods manufactured in Israel as long as the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories continues. (ILLUSTRATION: Reykjavík City Hall: The City Council approved…
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A neo-pagan revival of the religion practiced by the Vikings has become one of Iceland’s fastest-growing faiths. Now, plans are under way to build the country’s first shrine to the ancient Norse gods since Iceland converted to Christianity more than a millennium ago. WHEN THE VIKINGS first settled…
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by Raúl Ilargi Meijer WHO KNEW that the revolution would start with those radical Icelanders? It does, though. One Frosti Sigurjonsson, a lawmaker from the ruling Progress Party, issued a report today that suggests taking the power to create money away from commercial banks, and hand it to the central…
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