4GW: Sons Of Odin Lands In Sweden As Muslims Riot In Stockholm

4GW: Sons Of Odin Lands In Sweden As Muslims Riot In Stockholm
March 29, 2016 Admin

Sweden continues to destabilize, as vigilante preservationist group the Sons of Odin now has a branch in the Swedish province of Dalarna. The group already had branches in Finland (where it was formed), Norway, and Estonia. Commentators had wondered about their lack of presence in Sweden, and it is reassuring that that has now been mended.

RT reported thus:

The far-right, anti-migrant vigilante group “Soldiers of Odin” has expanded its presence to Sweden after gaining popularity in Finland, Estonia and Norway. The group was established in response to the European refugee crisis.
Soldiers of Odin made its Swedish vigilante debut in the province of Dalarna last weekend, patrolling the towns of Borlange, Hedemora, and Säter, Dagens Nyheter newspaper reported. It was later spotted in Stockholm.

The group has about 100 full members in Sweden and nearly 5,000 supporters, spokesman Mikael Johansson told Avesta Tidning newspaper.

Soldiers of Odin Sweden

Sweden is the fourth country to be ‘patrolled’ by Soldiers of Odin, which was created in late 2015. But although the group says it is protecting its chosen locations against “immigrant violence,” it has been accused of being a front for a Nazi organization – a claim which Johansson denies.

“Violent crime is rampaging, while police resources are on the decline. Before they get together any more resources, we help them the best we can,” he said.

I would question the verbage, as the police work for a government that is violently opposed to groups like Soldiers of Odin, and to the preservation of Swedish culture in general. Perhaps that was a mis-translation though.

“The way the Soldiers of Odin is built [can be] compared with a motorcycle gang. It is structured in much the same way. We want to get the right people, but we do not want to get into right-wing guys who think they can go out and fight in the streets,” Johansson said.

The group made its appearance in Norway just last month, supposedly aiming to secure the streets from “delinquency” that police are “unable to address.” Its Norwegian debut prompted the creation of a rival group called “Soldiers of Allah,” formed by Islamists.

In Finland, the country where Soldiers of Odin was established, Interior Minister Petteri Orpo referred to the group has “extremist features” who “do not increase security.” Similarly, Estonia’s defense minister has stated that activists aiming to make the streets safer should not join anti-migrant patrols such as Soldiers of Odin, but should instead link up with the national volunteer police organization.

Soldiers of Odin, which derives its name from a Norse god, is part of an increasingly prominent anti-migrant movement that is gaining publicity in response to the EU refugee crisis. Sweden accepted record numbers of asylum seekers in 2015, before deciding to reintroduce border checks after authorities said they were struggling to manage the influx.

The timing on this is appropriate, as Sweden continues to inch closer to failed-state status. RT also reports that:

Violent riots continued for a second night in the southern Stockholm suburb of Alby, known for its significant immigrant population, RT’s Ruptly agency reports. Protesters set fire to cars and pelted police and emergency services with rocks and pyrotechnics.

On Thursday night, police were patrolling the suburb, which is home to large Syrian and Armenian diasporas, as well as more recent Iraqi refugees, when a rock flew through the back window of their parked car.

As officers searched for the culprits, the rioters set fire to tires on a public bridge, and poured gasoline over several cars, before lighting them up. When fire crews arrived they were also showered with projectiles.

On Friday night, police encountered yet more clashes with residents, although there has been no official confirmation of a link between the scuffles

One man was arrested Thursday, but has since been released.

Sweden’s last major riots took place in 2013, provoked by an alleged incident of police brutality. But there have been widely-publicized incidents involving foreign-born residents, including asylum center murders, and sexual assault cases, over the past year.

Sweden accepted nearly 170,000 asylum seekers in 2015, more per capita than any other EU state.

As Swedish law forbids police to record the ethnicity and origin of the perpetrators, the identity of the recent rioters is unlikely to be uncovered

Each of these stories represents the undeniable fact that parties on both sides in Sweden no longer believe the government to be legitimate. Self-defense groups are not created in societies where people believe the government can protect them. Likewise, groups of individuals do not run amok burning up cars and bridges if they fear the authority of the government, or respect it as an institution.

With hundreds of thousands more immigrants coming to Sweden every year, the undeniable fact is, as always, that the sooner war can break out, the better chance our side will have.

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Comments (9)

  1. Laguna Beach Fogey 1 year ago

    Well done, Soldiers of Odin!

    It’s interesting that they mention the group’s structure is based on that of a motorcycle gang, which is something I’ve been advocating.

    Things are going pretty much as we predicted.

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      Admin 1 year ago

      I know I almost wrote something about that in the article. very reminiscent of Wolves Of Vinland if you are familiar with them.

  2. Dashui 1 year ago

    When the Guardian Angels get there, that will really scare the Muzzies!

  3. Jeffrey Johnson 1 year ago

    It’s also interesting to see today in Wisconsin where the bikers came to support Trump. Those guys look like a freaking army. It really seems like we are starting to see the west begin the process of regaining its lost confidence. Obviously the process is going to be many years, but it looks like things are starting to move.

    • Author
      Admin 1 year ago

      Very interesting. I hadn’t seen that Counter-Currents article before.

      I always think the subject of police serving in states that are hostile to their interests is an interesting paradox. I would love to interview some policeman in Sweden. I have all sorts of ideas for podcast guests but need to get my capabilities all set up to be able to record them.

  4. Jack 5 months ago

    I disagree at Lind that we need a alliance of all States to counter 4GW non-state actors. Not only are Western governments hostile to their own people but giving outsiders like the Saudis, Turks, Chinese, or Indians influence in a peacekeeping role is against our interests. My proposal is the opposite. Acceleration and legitimization of 4GW. The nation state paradigm is on its last legs and the state is the legitimate monopoly on violence. There is nothing sacrosanct about the nation state. States can be configured in numerous ways. The question is not if the nation state will go extinct, it Will, that I certain. What must be determined is which non-state 4GW actors will capture the legitimate monopoly on violence in Europe and North America. I would prefer the group’s representing my ethnic and economic interests win and become the new state.

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      Admin 5 months ago

      Hey Jack much thanks for the comment!

      I think it depends on a few things. Many people would conflate ‘the nation state system’ with civilization and the rule of law in general. They might interpret your comment as advocating a return to ‘anarchy’, although that is not how I read it.

      I would not want a return to anarchy or a ‘Walking Dead’ or ‘The Road’ type thing, but if the nation state system collapsed or perhaps transformed into something else in which we still had a rule of law, etc, I might very well be in favor. As you astutely point out, the nation state is not sacrosanct, people have used other forms of organization to govern themselves many times throughout human history.

      I can’t remember if it was George Freidman or William S. Lind (the latter being someone I like and respect far more than the former) who said that that in the future years of this century we may see overlapping governance where populations in certain areas are governed by different/competing forms of government. So perhaps in twenty years a Catholic Latino in San Diego might be governed by the (failing) government of the United States, based in D.C., as well as the competing government of Mexico in Mexico city, which has claimed the southwest US and has congressional representatives to its own legislature from areas within it, as well as thirdly perhaps even some kind of separatist Catholic government which claims to govern all Catholics in North America, or some kind of monarchy that has sprung up, etc. One could probably formulate a better example using the confluence of Europe and the Middle-East, but that was the one that sprang to mind.

      But yes, I would say- in what I think is agreement with you- that the most important question is not WHAT KIND of government our people will have, but instead 1) whether it will have our interests at heart and truly be OUR government (as opposed to the governments of Europe busily exterminating and replacing European citizens), and 2) its ability to seize and hold power compared to the governments all around us representing our enemies that would do us harm.

      Please share any other thoughts you have Jack, much appreciate you reading the site and commenting!

      -JL

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