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The Sons of Odin do not fear death



Would you fear death if your reward was an eternity drinking and feasting with her?
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wait Odin has changed gender?^
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Dariamus wrote:

The Sons of Odin do not fear death



Would you fear death if your reward was an eternity drinking and feasting with her?


Islamic suicide bombers get up to 72 virgins when they die!





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Freddy96NO wrote:

wait Odin has changed gender?^


No, the poster must mean feasting with valkyries.
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Jan- wrote:


Freddy96NO wrote:

wait Odin has changed gender?^


No, the poster must mean feasting with valkyries.


Yes, Valkries.
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He's also told that his personal beliefs don't have anything to do with the group itself. He founded the group in Kemi with a small population, but it "caught wind" because there was already a critical mass existing within the population of the entire country that felt threatened and/or wanted to stop the migrant flood. He's only the "leader" in Kemi region, other regions have their own leaders so the group itself is very loosely unified.


Yes, I'm sure being a Neo-Nazi and a member of the Nordic Resistance Movement ( You know, an anti-immigrant white power group ) totally had nothing to do with him founding an anti-immigrant street patrol. I'm sure it was genuinely out of the good of his heart for his supposedly terrified countrymen.

As for organization, they're organized enough to kick out a guy in the article for causing bad PR.




Funny thing you mentioned kicking somebody out, because it seems they're adamant about not causing violence. But this whole argument seems irrelevant. They've gained popularity, because people feel they can't trust politicians anymore and something needs to be done. I won't blame them though, there's not much to be done to fix this situation and it's the first organized group that came along.
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If they want to go to war with each other so be it let them settle their differences like men.
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Well somebody didn't do their homework before trying to act all snarky. The Soldiers of Odin originate in Finland where several of their members including top leadership have openly professed their Nazi ideals and facisits preferences. Not surprising though for a country that willinging helped the Nazis during world war 2 and had a whole branch of the SS devoted to them.


In fairness, Finland became co-belligerents with Germany to avoid being dragged into the Soviet Union. They had refused to join when the USSR was first forming, instead establishing a sovereign republic, so Stalin's claims that he just wanted a path through the Finnish countryside to Germany were reasonably met with suspicion. When the baskets of bread Stalin started dropping in Finland turned out to have a tendency to explode all bets were off. Finland could either become co-belligerents with Germany or it could cease to exist as a sovereign nation.


Mate there is a world of difference between being drafted into the Wehrmacht and volunteering to wear lighting bolts on your collar..or worse skulls and crossbones..Finland decided to wear lighting bolts on their collar and some even went as far to wear skulls and crossbones on their collar..That is not the act of a country trying to protect it's sovereignty. Those Finish SOBs bought into the whole Nazi ideology and practically worshipped it.
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kaprane wrote:
Funny thing you mentioned kicking somebody out, because it seems they're adamant about not causing violence. But this whole argument seems irrelevant. They've gained popularity, because people feel they can't trust politicians anymore and something needs to be done. I won't blame them though, there's not much to be done to fix this situation and it's the first organized group that came along.


They're really not that adamant about it and they're also not that popular. In some areas they've even been banned by most the local bars. So they seem to contend themselves with wandering around, yelling at brown people and standing outside of migrant housing with dogs.
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kaprane wrote:
Funny thing you mentioned kicking somebody out, because it seems they're adamant about not causing violence. But this whole argument seems irrelevant. They've gained popularity, because people feel they can't trust politicians anymore and something needs to be done. I won't blame them though, there's not much to be done to fix this situation and it's the first organized group that came along.


They're really not that adamant about it and they're also not that popular. In some areas they've even been banned by most the local bars. So they seem to contend themselves with wandering around, yelling at brown people and standing outside of migrant housing with dogs.


Banning them from bars without a solid reason would be against the finnish constitution. You seem to know a lot, do you have sources for this?
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Mate there is a world of difference between being drafted into the Wehrmacht and volunteering to wear lighting bolts on your collar..or worse skulls and crossbones..Finland decided to wear lighting bolts on their collar and some even went as far to wear skulls and crossbones on their collar..That is not the act of a country trying to protect it's sovereignty. Those Finish SOBs bought into the whole Nazi ideology and practically worshipped it.


This strikes me as a major oversimplification of the politics of Europe in the late 30s and early 40s. Finland fought hard against the USSR on its own before cooperation with Germany came into the picture. If they really thought that Hitler had great ideas and that his path was the way to the future they wanted they'd have joined the Tripartite Pact without hesitation. The fact is that they specifically refused to do so even when Germany offered. Finland wasn't fighting the second world war in its own eyes; it was fighting a war with the USSR. Finland wasn't fighting for Germany's ideals as far as it was concerned; it was fighting a war of survival. That's why they were co-belligerents with Germany instead of outright allies. Either status has significant legal ramifications: allies in the Tripartite Pact would've fought in any war the others got involved in, while co-belligerents would've fought one war against one opponent because they happened to be fighting the same entity.
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Banning them from bars without a solid reason would be against the finnish constitution. You seem to know a lot, do you have sources for this?


Much as I dislike the Daily Fail, the SoD are quite willing to talk to them and let them into their Nazi clubhouse so:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3426685/Nazi-daggers-SS-hats-hangman-s-noose-night-patrol-Soldiers-Odin-neo-Nazi-led-vigilantes-vowing-Europe-s-women-safe-migrant-sex-attacks.html
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LordAusir wrote:

Fighting over whose God is better is stupid since all the Gods are the same God. They are just different aspects of each other. I firmly believe that everything is God since all is One.

Also, many religious people are highly misguided and don't understand their own religion very well. Many of these people have been misled by their religious teachers.

The spiritual teachers and prophets of the past were not dogmatically religious and they did not preach hate, fear, anger, and separation. They preached the opposite which is love, peace, and harmony.







Nah, I definitely think that Thor is the superior god. He is a true... Son of Odin.
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They can both go to Hel.
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