The Soldiers Of Odin engaged in a melee with Antifa “Anti-fascists” Saturday night, according to Fria Tider.
Apparently the group was patrolling the Kungsgatan district of central Stockholm when a large number of Antifa suddenly materialized and attacked them, sending two of their members to the hospital.
We have profiled the Soldiers of Odin previously (see here and here). For any who do not know, they are a vigilante group with chapters in Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Latvia who patrol towns and cities to prevent Muslim-perpetrated rape of European women and children, along with other commonplace Muslim atrocities. This has placed a huge target on their back, as one might expect in such aggressively Progressive/Suicidalist countries.
The Antifa, who are funded through both quasi-governmental organizations as well as international George Soros-backed groups, attacked the Soldiers of Odin sometime after midnight. The incident can be seen in the video below. The original article can be seen in translated form here.
Considering where the funding for these Antifa groups comes from, it is fair to consider this government-sponsored violence. Where the government of Sweden has not been willing to come right out and tell people they are not allowed to form neighborhood patrols (which is in reality what the Soldiers of Odin effectively engage in), this attack represents their intervention nonetheless. In almost identical fashion, Antifa disrupted an anti-Merkel and anti-invasion rally in Berlin yesterday as well.
Let us not forget the Antifa are also funded by George Sorors, which means the “rootless, cosmopolitan” influence is also responsible. It is important to shine a light on this is because it mirrors- to a much more moderate and localized degree- the same architecture we see in larger contests such as Ukraine and even Syria, in which various 4GW groups are sponsored by the governments of nation-states, as well as other “entities” (such as Soros in this case). As things continue to deteriorate in Europe, it will be worth watching how this same interplay grows.