Violent homosexuals, backed by Swedish policemen, attacked a peaceful protest organized by 30 patriots from the Nordisk Ungdom (“Nordic Youth”) movement against the annual homo pride march in Stockholm on July 30.
The police arrested 15 of the peaceful demonstrators, while completely ignoring the violent homo attackers.
According to a report on the Nordisk Ungdom website, the Nordic Youth took to central Stockholm to protest against the homo march and in favor of the “nuclear family.”
“The day was filled with constant harassment by the police,” the report said, adding that several members were detained for no reason at all except that they had dared to join the protest.
“Despite this, fifteen of our members made their way to the parade to convey our message,” something that the homos—all hostile to the idea of freedom of expression—“could not handle and went immediately into attack mode.”
In a massive overreaction, the police called out helicopters, horses, and foot patrols to hunt down the Nordic Youth members in central Stockholm.
The peaceful demonstration consisted of unfurling a banner calling for support for the traditional male-female nuclear family—something which the homos clearly found highly objectionable.
A statement issued later by Nordic Youth pointed out that the police behavior toward their peaceful protest was in marked contrast to their treatment of left-wing extremists who always violently attack anyone who expresses a different opinion.
“The Swedish [police] apparently have other rules for us, even though our demonstration was quiet and peaceful. The police attacked innocent activists, even before any form of political expression had occurred, and they disbanded a public gathering, preventing us from expressing our opinion.”
Nonetheless, the Nordic Youth statement concluded, they still managed to achieve their goal of showing that “there are Swedes who stand up for the foundation of a functional society.
“We also managed to show that the parade’s participants are not as tolerant as they claim themselves to be.”