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Ilias Kasidiaris interview by Finland Nordic Resistance

Postby yialousa1971 » Mon May 09, 2016 2:45 am

RADIO: Ilias Kasidiaris interview by Finland Nordic Resistance Movement


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Re: Ilias Kasidiaris interview by Finland Nordic Resistance

Postby supporttheunderdog » Mon May 09, 2016 8:11 am

Hardly surprised to see Youlooser posting this about a Shit Bunch of Thugs posing as a political party.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordic_Resistance_Movement#Finnish_Resistance_Movement

Finnish Resistance Movement[edit]
Finnish Resistance Movement (Finnish: Suomen vastarintaliike) is a Finnish branch of the Nordic Resistance Movement. The Finnish Resistance Movement is active in at least the cities of Helsinki, Turku, Tampere, Oulu, Jyväskylä and Pori. One of the main tactics has been the planting of propaganda stickers and posters with a racist message, but the organization has also engaged in violence. The members are also participating in combat training arranged by the organization.[15] Researchers have commented that it is not surprising the Finnish Resistance Movement is escalating its use of violence.[16]

Acts of Violence[edit]
The Finnish Resistance Movement has a history of using escalating levels of violence. Some of the violent attacks that have been reported by the media include:

In August 2015 the movement organized a demonstration in Jyväskylä, where protesters assaulted three people as a group. The victims were the doorman during the Jyväskylä library stabbing and two individuals with him. The police detained 32 people.[17][18][19]
In May 2015, the movement intruded upon a church assembly to hand out Magneettimedia magazines and they brawled with event security.[20]
In January 2014 members in Vantaa assaulted a man criticizing their fliers.[21] On mayday of the same year, members disrupted the Pori Left Alliance Mayday parade by throwing smoke bombs into crowds of spectators, blaring sirens and shouting into a megaphone.[22] Police detained seven neo-nazis, with harmful objects confiscated.[23]
In January 2013 three members of the Finnish Resistance Movement attacked a library discussion event in Jyväskylä.[24] Violence included stabbing one of the event organizers with a knife, who was without proper authorization posing as a security guard for the said event. Two members of the Finnish Resistance Movement were arrested and one is still evading the law.[25] During the police investigation it was found that a single member of the Finnish Resistance Movement had collected a database of 300 political opponents.[26] The event was a presentation of a book examining the increasing support of the extreme right in Finland.[27]
In July 2012 a member of the Finnish Resistance Movement attacked a gay[url][/url] rights event in Oulu. One person was hospitalized due to use of pepper spray by the attacker.[28] A member of the Finnish Resistance Movement was later arrested for the crime.
Before the Finnish 2011 parliamentary election members of the Finnish Resistance Movement attacked a National Coalition Party election official.[29]
In July 2010 members of the Finnish Resistance Movement attacked a Gay Pride event in Helsinki. Gay Pride participants and bystanders were assaulted with tear gas and pepper spray. Some victims were small children. Three members of the Finnish Resistance Movement were later charged for 87 counts of assault, 71 counts of violations of political freedoms and substance possession.[30]
In January 2006 In an antisemitic incident at Stockholm - A day before the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a handful of extreme right activists of the Nordic Resistance Movement (Svenska motståndsrörelsen), held a symbolic demonstration in Sergel Square. They burned the flag of Israel and Later they hung a banner over one of the busiest roads of Sweden which read: ‘vi Älskar Arier’ (‘we love Aryans’).[31]
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Re: Ilias Kasidiaris interview by Finland Nordic Resistance

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Mon May 09, 2016 9:51 am

Equality should be applied equally to all people.

But holding Greece back is not the way! It harms the whole of humanity.

Greece should not be enslaved to feed and clothe the bankers!

Bring on the Union of European Nations :D
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