Lauritz Von Guildhausen
July 31, 2017
On Saturday 29th, NRM held a street march in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand, provoking a nationwide conversation on free speech as well as the right to assembly.
When some 70 men showed up in the sleepy south-coast city to protest the gay lobby, national publicity was sure to follow. After tons of coverage, it is becoming increasingly clear that the Nordic Resistance Movement’s mission was a staggering success, as they hijacked the news-cycle for several days and managed to force a national conversation on the right to protest.
Though initially intended to be a march through the city of Fredrikstad, plans were changed after their permit was revoked due to threats of left-wing violence.
While cucks like the mayor and certain left-leaning political parties reacted in outrage, many have voiced support for the movement in their ongoing struggle against the gay lobby, who are actively pushing pride parades, pedophilia, bestiality and other forms of degeneracy on the Norwegian people.
Dum Phuk (Boardmember of Youth Right and honorary Viet Cong), had a problem with Nords marching proudly through their own streets.
Some have tried to claim the protest was illegal, and heavy criticisms has rained over local police for not violently shutting it down, however this is patently false, as argued by professor of Law, Hans Fredrik Marthinussen.
There are many who believe the police should have interevened because the demonstration was not reported in accordance with the requirement of the Police Act section 11 which says that all demonstration should be reported to the Police a good while in advance. However, the short notice given in this instance has to be seen in light of the highly dubious permit denial in Fredrikstad which happened recently.
In that instance, the police put a ban on the demonstration due to fears of violent counter-demonstrations by the left. I find it hard to understand that the danger of counter demonstrations is sufficient ground to deny a permit, as this would effectively ban all unpopular opinions. It is the Police’s duty to ensure that everyone has a right to say what they want in public.
Another point worth mentioning is that although the police did detain several marchers on the Swedish border, as well as several other unnecessary acts of harassment, they also let NRM march without much incident.
At times, the police even removed a few would-be communists showboaters from their path, including one local C-list celebrity who was dragged away in cuffs, presumably for his own safety (He later claimed to have broken a rib, oy vey).
Eventually, the march wound down peacefully and NRM departed the city, leaving untold amounts of leftist butthurt in their wake.
Norwegian leader Haakon Forwald schooling the lügenpresse.
This is what peak aesthetic looks like, non-whites might not like it, but it’s true.
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