Nordic Resistance Movement activist Julius Blomberg spoke against the evils of the opinion corridor at a public event on Stockholm’s Coin Square.
The demonstration was organised by Stockholmers for a Sovereign Sweden and was held under the slogan “Now we blow open the opinion corridor!”
The “opinion corridor” is a term originating in Sweden to describe the extremely narrow field of debate that is allowed in a politically correct state.
Julius Blomberg was one of the invited speakers, along with Dan Park, Markus Andersson, Mårten Hernebring, Lasse Wilhelmsson, Daniel Vagerstam, Jonas Persson, Fritjof Persson and Lennart Matikainen.
Stockholmers for a Sovereign Sweden describe themselves in the following words on their website:
We focus on the demographic situation, Sweden’s need to leave the EU and UN to prosper as a sovereign nation, the opinion corridor and freedom of speech, the growing insecurity spreading across the country, and the problems with globalism.
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Julius gave an engaging speech in which he presented several illustrative examples from his own life about the consequences for those who protest against the globalists’ agenda and refuse to conform to the narrow opinion corridor in today’s Sweden.
From the beginning of his speech, Julius set out the reasons for his ardent commitment to the struggle:
I love my people, my country, and our culture, which all too often is incorrectly referred to as stolen, barbaric or even completely non-existent by the restrictive power structure of today. I want my country to be governed by people who actually care about the legacy our forefathers fought and died for. People who put the people’s interests ahead of the big finance of the globalists. People who actually value and fight for our right to exist, rather than doing everything in their power to destroy us.
Julius went on to speak candidly about how the system has worked against him and the Nordic Resistance Movement because of its lawful battle for these ideals. He told of how he lost his job and was branded as a “threat to the safety of the state”, how he was failed by the unions and how he was expelled from the Residents’ Association.
He also gave informative examples of how the regime has attempted to stop the Resistance Movement from conducting political work by opposing its public gatherings and making the banks deny both the Movement and individual members the right to hold accounts and send or receive money:
Private banks now have the possibility to deny both individuals and political groups the ability to handle money. Private banks have the right to decide who has the ‘right’ views and who shall be put in their place for their heresy.
Julius’ speech concluded with a fiery exhortation to the audience to continue to stand up and organise against the opinion corridor and the current insanity in the country, which will soon not just affect the Nordic Resistance Movement but all citizens protesting against the system. He concluded with these words:
If you force us to run the gauntlet through your opinion corridor with its locked doors and no windows, then by all means let me in. But I guarantee that I will run through every one of your guards and kick down every door of uncomfortable truths there is. I will see to it that you never have the opportunity to imprison my people there again. Who is with me? Now we blow open the opinion corridor!