Sweden: Over 2,000 Rally Against Anti-White Violence
Activism; Posted on: 2003-12-08 11:28:51 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
by Robert Almgren, translated by Karl Andersson
SALEM, SWEDEN: Over 2,000 persons attended the annual Salem demonstration this Saturday, the biggest one ever, to protest violence against Swedes and other White people in Sweden -- violence that the people in power indirectly sanction and legitimize. The attendees also gathered to remember one of the young Swedes who have had to pay with their lives due to this violence, 17-year-old Daniel Wretström, who was murdered in cold blood by a non-White immigrant mob three years ago.
The alien-controlled media’s reporting on the peaceful protest and vigil consisted of horrific lies and attacks from start to finish. The untruths published by Aftonbladet and Expressen (scandal tabloids) -- and by the more ‘respectable’ press as well -- both before and after Salem, stand without comparison in the annals of deception.
When the massive crowd of National Democrats arrived in Rönninge to unite with the rest of the participating Swedes, it was apparent that the public’s support for the event had grown significantly since last year. Everyone lined up in rows of four, and torches were handed out in absolute silence.
The yearly event is held by a non-political foundation called "Salemfonden" in cooperation with a number of organizations of different sizes and orientations. The National Democrats managed this year to mobilise over 800 out of the 2,000-strong crowd, and formed a separate bloc in the march. Other participating organizations were NU, SMR and NSF -- and of course a lot of ordinary Swedes joined in.
Aftonbladet had, the day before, given an entire page to known troublemakers from the extreme left like Jannis Konstantis (a Greek Communist), and to unopposed slander and lies about the rally and its participants. Konstantis was also allowed to invite people to attempt to disrupt the vigil for the martyred 17-year-old patriot -- who, in the media, is only described as "the neo-nazi" or "the skinhead." By dehumanising him, the media are trying to cloud the understanding of the normal Swede, so it will be easier to get away with their lies -- and promote more violence against Whites.
Before the vigil and protest, our opponents -- composed of thugs and groups like Anti-Fascist Action (AFA) and the Syndikalists -- held their own demonstration to justify the murder of nationalists and to misuse the democratic rights of Sweden to mock the memory of Daniel. And, as usual, the extreme-left demonstration ended in violence against the police and the interested public, and several of the seriously injured were brought to the hospital. A number of Communists were arrested. According to police sources, the number of Communists and their sympathizers never exceeded 1,000 despite all the free advertisements they received in the tabloids and rest of the press. This can be seen as a sign that ordinary people are opening their eyes and seeing what kind of groups are behind the violence and White self-hatred in Swedish society.
We Swedes, who attended to show our contempt for this type of violence, did not have to come in contact with these Communist hooligans. Over 2,000 White men and women marched in silence and dignity to the place where Daniel Wretström was murdered three years ago.
We spoke about how Daniel’s murder occurred with the silent approval of the government. At the scene, several of the participants placed flowers and ribbons at the beautifully arranged memorial site. The grief and anger of the participants was channeled into words by the speakers at the event.
After all the participants had a chance to place a flower or say a few words at the memorial site, the crowd was addressed by a number of speakers. From the National Democrats, Tor Paulsson addressed the crowd; and there were a wide range of speakers from different organizations, as well as relatives and friends of Daniel.
The two most touching and moving of the speeches were made by two women: a close friend of Daniel, and his young cousin. With tears about to break, the first young woman described "Lilleman," as Daniel was nicknamed by his comrades, as a warm and gentle person who loved his mother and fishing above all. They told about the boy they knew in a way that the established media will not discuss -- about a boy who refused to be ashamed of his race and nation -- and who dreamed of one day having kids of his own and forming a family; a dream that a Swede-hating immigrant gang took away from him.
The two young women also read a beautiful poem -- that was one of Daniel’s mother’s favorites -- that describes the loss of a loved one. After these speeches it was the turn of Tor Paulsson to address the crowd.
Paulsson gave a very personal and emotional speech, and told about his family and the five children of his own. "My children shall not have to grow up in a society that hates them, they shall not have to fear that, when they go to school, they will meet the same fate as Daniel Wretström." Paulsson also expressed the hope -- and, in fact, demanded -- that today’s ruling politicians, who are mainly responsible for the multicultural violence against Swedes, will one day have to account for their crimes.
After the speeches, the crowd walked in a formation back the same way as they had come -- but with a few less tears in them; and knowing that they had honored Daniel in a civil and correct manner. Now our sights are set on the 2004 memorial.
-- Karl Andersson, Nationaldemokraterna
original article in Swedish
Source: National Democrats