If not for our feckless politicians, vigilante groups such as this would not have found it necessary to organize themselves.
I have a great problem with the founder of the group being a supporter of neo-fascism, as much as I have a problem with the plethora of Leftist groups who can be classified as neo-marxists. This is the classic Left-Right socialist dynamic that still plagues Western society.
That said, if the presence of a single Soldier of Odin manages to ward off a rapist, then i’m appreciative of their efforts, especially in a land that severely restricts a person’s right to self defense. The police, like in most lands, will never be at your aid in time, by the time they arrive, it’s draw a singular white chalk line around your murdered corpse.
‘Soldiers of Odin’ anti-immigrant group spreads from Finland to Norway as one of its ‘patrols’ operates in the country for the first time
Expanding: A group of extreme right-wing Soldiers of Odin have been seen on a vigilante walk through the town of Tønsberg in southern Norway, believed to be the group’s first appearance outside Finland
- Soldiers of Odin spreads across Scandinavia from Finland to Norway
- Group of 14 ‘soldiers’ patrolled town of Tønsberg, south Norway
- Soldiers of Odin were met with protests from locals in the town
- Anti-immigrant vigilante group was founded in Finland last October
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The extreme right-wing vigilante group Soldiers of Odin have spread across Scandinavia from Finland to Norway, according to reports.
The anti-immigrant group was formed last autumn and have been patrolling streets in several Finnish towns ‘to protect the Finns from the threat of asylum seekers’.
This week, a group of Soldiers of Odin have been seen on a vigilante walk through the town of Tønsberg in southern Norway.
During what is believed to be the first appearance of Soldiers of Odin groups outside of Finland, some 14 ‘soldiers’ walked around the town on Saturday night.
However, the group, dressed in black coats wearing the insignia of the Soldiers of Odin met heavy resistance from the local population, who rejected their protection and protested their presence.