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Sunday, 13 November 2016

SWEDEN WARZONE


At midday, it was reported that 600 neo-Nazis had began their march to the city's Parliament - which would make it the biggest demonstration by the extremists in Scandanavia for years.
The group were met by anti-racism protestors, who they have previously clashed with, as they charged through the Old Town in Sweden’s capital.
Protesters clash in SwedenAFP • GETTY
Neo Nazi and anti-fascist protesters clashed in Sweden
The counter-demonstrators began throwing eggs, stones, snowballs and flares at the police, who were preventing them from getting through to the right-wing march.
At least one police officer sustained injuries, and several people were taken away from the scenes in ambulances.
Police spokesperson Lars Bystom said that the exact number of detainees remains unclear, but guessed “we have suspended or removed 50”.
Protesters in SwedenAFP • GETTY
Hundreds of people were involved in the protest
Also taking part in the rally were a group of Norwegian neo-Nazis who last month told a Scandanavian news channel that they were fighting for the survival and freedom of the Nordic People.
They added that they did not believe the Holocaust had happened, and that they considered Hitler to be a role model.
Protesters in SwedenAFP • GETTY
Stones and flares were thrown at the police during the demonstration in Stockholm
The violence at the protests was anticipated, with the American Embassy this morning warning any of its citizens in Stockholm to avoid large crowds.
Some areas were also closed off, affecting traffic and public transport around the city.
 

16 comMENTS:

No national socialist call themself "nazi" or "riktning extremist".

13 year old boy is very agressive with me and also my 17 year old daughter, last time he was over he punche

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