February 27, 2017
From Haakon Forwald, leader of the Norway branch of Nordfront:
The Nordic Resistance Movement in Norway recently performed nation wide activism to direct focus to the Allied war crimes committed at the end of the Second World War, and especially the terror bombing of the German city Dresden.
In combination with massive activism, several articles dealing with Dresden, were published on their website Frihetskamp.net.
The posters read “Never forget the fire storm in Dresden” and were of course labeled as «racist» by the media.
People were extremely triggered by this.
It wouldn’t work as well in America, of course. The American equivalent would probably be posters about Negro crime in the era of the KKK, showing how the Klan protected whites.
Addressing historical issues in a postering campaign is an interesting concept that I never really thought of. If done right, you could really hit a nerve that is at the root of our modern problems by using memes to assault the historical basis for modern liberal theology.