Sweden August 25: A call to strike back by the by the Autonomous Revolutionary Nordic Alliance (ARNA).
This article is an English translation of the much read article by AFA Malmö about a neo-nazi falling in love, and later going on a date, with antifascists.
Malmö: Three days packed with interesting talks, panel discussions, workshops, performances, 30 book tables and I don´t know how many books…!
Stockholm August 25, 2018: International call for mass actions which will be organized as a “five finger” action with different blocs as well as smaller groups each acting in solidarity but with different targets and topics. We encourage people to come and help us shut down Stockholm and to act together but with a diversity of tactics.
In February this year one of the Plan C members had a chance to sit down with a comrade from Autonom Organisering (AO) in Lund, southern Sweden. They talked about the Swedish political situation and AO’s wider network, the Autonomous Revolutionary Nordic Alliance (ARNA), who we first saw mobilising for the G20 in Hamburg.
During Tuesday AFA [antifa] Malmö participated in the manifestation of Revolutionary May Day in Malmö, where we also held a speech. The speech was prefaced by cheered news from the north, about how the [Nazi] Nordic Resistance Movement (NMR) failed their goals for May 1, and the Anti-Fascist counter-demonstrators in Boden reached several times larger numbers than the Nazis. The rest of the speech was about AFA, our history and the problems we face. We publish here in its entirety that part of the speech, which was held at Möllevångstorget [town square of the Möllevången neighborhood] on May Day 2018.
Announcement by the organizers of the Stockholm Anarchist Bookfair.
Ekot [Swedish public service radio news] has earlier told about the Court of Appeal not getting to see important evidence against one of the prosecuted Nazis in a bombing trial in Gothenburg. Ekot’s review also shows that this evidence was requested already in the District Court. Image above: Nobody was convicted for the bombing at Axel Adler’s street. Photo: Thomas Johansson/TT
When two Nazis were prosecuted for a bombing against a refugee housing in Gothenburg, the court was not allowed to see important evidence. That is shown by [Swedish public service radio news] Ekot’s review. The Nazis were acquitted in the Court of Appeal. Image above: Nobody was convicted for the bombing at Axel Adler’s street. Photo: Thomas Johansson/TT