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National Socialist men and women from Nordic Resistance Movement met in the beautiful environs of Kristberga Church near Borensberg to honour the illustrious National Socialist Göran Assar Oredsson on the tenth anniversary of his passing.
Members of Göran’s family were also present at the memorial.
Göran Oredsson was born on the 2nd of August 1933 in Kristianstad, and died on 27th of June 2010 in Motala. In his early years he came into contact with National Socialism and faithfully dedicated his life to the ideology, even in times when most people had despondently accepted the victory of democracy in the West and communism in the East.
Nest chief Jimmy Thunlind and Göran’s wife Vera both gave speeches beside Göran’s beautiful and well-tended grave, which lies in his most beloved region of the country.
Göran met the National Socialist Manne Bergh in spring 1955 and shortly thereafter joined The Swedish Nationalist Freedom Movement (Sveriges Nationella Frihetsrörelse), of which Manne was one of the leaders. In September 1955, the organisation arranged a major and oft-discussed public meeting on St Knut’s Square in Malmö, together with the Danish Combatants’ Federation (Dansk Frontkaemperforbund).
In early 1956 Göran Oredsson founded Sweden’s National Socialist Combat League (Sveriges Nationalsocialistiska Kampförbund), which published the newspaper Nordisk Kamp (Nordic Struggle).
The organisation and newspaper both grew quickly, with international correspondents appointed at the newspaper, and the organisation gaining active members in all Nordic countries.
In 1960 the party changed its name to the Nordic Realm Party (Nordiska Rikspartiet). The organisation was active until 2009 and was successful in its mission of re-establishing National Socialism in the Nordic countries. This remarkable effort was achieved in an age when the victors of WWII and their Nordic lackeys did everything in their power to completely eradicate any trace of the ideology in the Western world.
Vera’s speech highlighted how Göran served his family just as faithfully and with just as much love as he served National Socialism and the Nordic people, regardless of whatever obstacles – and there were many – that stood in his way. Without his indefatigable work during many hard years, National Socialism would not have held the position in the Nordic countries that it does today.
Vera spoke about how Göran campaigned against environmental pollution and for animal rights long before these issues became matters of interest for the “established” politicians. The former issue affected Göran personally, as he developed cancer after forced exposure to herbicides while working as a gardener in his early years.
After the memorial service, the participants ate lunch together in nearby Borensberg. Some of them then went on to hold a public activity in the spirit of Göran Oredsson, giving out leaflets with the message “White Lives Matter” in Linköping.