Sunday, April 18, 2010

Stop Boer Genocide Demonstration – Sweden

About 100 of our Swedish brothers and sisters demonstrated in Stockholm, on 17 April 2010, under the slogan “Stop the Boer Genocide”.

The group, which consisted mainly of members of the Swedish Resistance Movement, also burnt the South African flag in front of the embassy.

The full story, and more photographs, can be viewed on the Nationellt Motstand website - -- or click on the above image to view more.

Click here for a readable but rather poor Google Translation of the website.

There are 100’s of comments about this incident on Facebook. One of the commentators, a member of the Swedish Resistance Movement said:

"We burnt the South African flag because it represent the leadership of the South African nation, which are responsible for the ongoing boer genocide."

I cannot agree more!


Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I totaly agree, it is a pity that this year was the last of the Mighty Men, all the negative comments are of people that are not sure of themselves. Poeple should start opening their eyes and see what is before them, read the Bible and then give an opion as to how the world really is today. I cannot wait for the rapture, and I pray that I will still be alive to see our Lord come again, but Let His will be done.

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