Violent Communist street gangs gathered to fight with police, but thankfully were not able to hinder the march.
September 15, 2013 Stockholm Sweden – Over 250 people participated in a march calling for an end to third world immigration in Sweden. The chant “Stolt Svensk Nationalist” means “proud Swedish Nationalist.”
The march was organized by the Svenskarnas Parti. The group is denounced as a “neo-nazi group” by the Swedish media. However, the group’s website Realisten.se is extremely popular. Alexa.com ranks it as the 224th most popular website in Sweden.
The group says it’s main goal is to preserve Swedes as an ethnic group.
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