Copenhagen, A Chaotic Victory: Antifa Fails to Shut Down the Scandza Forum

Copenhagen, A Chaotic Victory: Antifa Fails to Shut Down the Scandza Forum

Dear Friends,


As you can imagine, these last few days have been buried in work and correspondence, so you will understand why this letter reaches you a bit later than intended. I had also planned to write you with a very detailed discussion of what happened last Saturday, but since you already know most of what transpired, let’s keep to the essentials.


I want to make a few things clear:


  1. The Scandza Forum is an arena for private, peaceful meetings and debate seminars—we are not involved in public demonstrations or political agitation of any kind. We believe in free speech and we seek to primarily involve intellectuals in our work. Thus, you can immediately dismiss any descriptions of our meeting as a “demonstration” and the antifa aggressors as “counter-demonstrators” or “protesters.” That is a false narrative trying to frame us as having the same status as the criminals who seek us out and attack our guests. These attacks are completely one-sided, since they came to us while we were having a private meeting.
  2. There is a clear distinction between protesters, on the one hand, and a violent mob, on the other. Protesters have a legitimate place in our society — you are perfectly free to hold signs or voice opinions about other political groups. What you are not allowed to do is, assault people who have opinions you disagree with, use violence for political purposes (for intimidation, etc.), or physically try to prevent others from exercising their right to freedom of speech.
  3. The antifa crowd were not protesters. They were physically blocking the street in front of the venue where we had our private meeting (blocking it for both vehicles and pedestrians), they were physically preventing attendees (and one speaker) from getting to the venue, and they were physically assaulting guests who were trying to pass them in order to get to the venue. They were punching, shoving, pulling clothes, and spitting. They also attacked a complete outsider who was attempting to deliver food.
  4. The use of violence and/or the threat of violence for political purposes, is by definition terrorism. The antifa are terrorists.


A few words on how the police handled the situation:


  1. Already two weeks before these events, the antifa announced publicly that they were going to commit a crime against us (they were going to “stop” us from meeting, using “creative methods”; what those “creative methods” involve can easily be seen by a quick glance at their history, and what transpired last Saturday). At the same time (i.e., two weeks in advance), they also announced where they were going to meet in preparation of this crime (Folkets Park).
  2. We made sure that this was brought to the police’s attention, so that the Danish police had at least two weeks to prepare and prevent these publicly announced crimes from happening.
  3. The antifa has a several decades long history of using extreme violence (car bombs, arson, assault, rioting) against people whose political views they disagree with. They are a clear-cut terrorist organization whose only purpose is to silence political speech through violence and the threat of violence. The Swedish police security service, Säpo, has released a report describing them as one of the greatest threats against domestic security. The antifa has a long history of delivering on their threats, so the police had every reason to take these threats (the planned attacks) seriously.
  4. Still, the Danish police did nothing to prevent the publicly announced crime from being committed, before it was committed. (E.g., the police could easily have prevented this criminal group from going from the scene where they were gathering in preparation of the crime, Folkets Park, to the scene of the crime, where they were going to attack our guests.)
  5. The antifa were free to come to the scene of the crime, where they (as promised) were assaulting guests who were trying to get into the venue. During the entire day, the police looked on as the violent mob was preventing our attendees from getting to the venue, and as they assaulted those who made an attempt. During the entire day, the police made not a single attempt to disperse the violent mob that was involved in an ongoing crime against our guests. Not even when the antifa mob attacked an outsider, the driver, did the police disperse the aggressive mob that was blocking the street.
  6. The conclusion is that the police were complicit in the crimes committed that day. They could easily (as they had two weeks to prepare) have prevented a serious crime against our freedom of assembly and our freedom of speech; they could have prevented several cases of physical assault; and they could have prevented financial losses for us, for the restaurant, and for all of those guests who had travelled all the way to Copenhagen, but were prevented from entering the venue. Yet the police did nothing to prevent those crimes from happening.


In spite of all this chaos however, I am pleased to say that the show did go on, the majority of you (the attendees) did get in, most of the speeches were delivered as planned, and we made our voices heard that day. From those of you who were prevented from getting to the venue, I have heard many stories of how you spent the entire day networking with each other, in view of how serious our situation is; so I am confident that everyone came home with valuable experiences. Some even came up to me afterwards and told me that this was the best event they have ever participated in.


We are involved in a struggle for the future of Europe, and no-one said it was going to be convenient. It is when things don’t go as planned that you learn something about yourself and the world around you, and everyone I have talked to came away from this weekend more motivated than ever. I am proud to say that not a single person has complained to me about what happened, which tells me that everyone is aware that we do what we do because it is our duty, not for our own entertainment.


I want to thank everyone who made this memorable event possible. All of you who helped me announce the event; all the speakers; everyone who helped me with practical details in preparation of the event; our security guys who did stellar work throughout the day; Samantha who stayed in touch with all of you while I was buried under other work during the day; and, most of all, all of you who showed up, who gave your financial support, your moral support, and encouragement before, during, and after the event. I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart!


Since the event, we have uploaded all three speeches to Youtube (WoesCollettSunic) as well as a Sunday conversation in Copenhagen, between myself and Millennial Woes. Last night I did two live streams on Youtube about the events last Saturday: The Patriotic Weekly Review (with Mark Collett, Laura Towler, and Greg Johnson, who were also in Copenhagen) and Red Ice with Henrik Palmgren. Just a few hours after the interview with Red Ice, their Youtube channel, with almost 350 000 subscribers, was shut down (you can still see their videos on Bitchute). I do not yet know why the channel was shut down, but it is obvious that someone is very hostile to our freedom of speech. My very best wishes to Henrik and Lana and the others at Red Ice!


Since the chaos started on Saturday, I have received literally hundreds of emails, and I will start to go through them — and I am sure you understand that it will take some time. Samantha Hilton has also done a fantastic job of staying in touch with you and keeping you informed.


Now, I must move on to the work in preparation of the next Scandza Forum, which takes place in Oslo on November 2nd, just over two weeks from now.


Thank you all for your support — together, we can create an impact greater than we can ever imagine!



Fróði Midjord

Scandza Forum

I Voted “Max” & the People’s Party of Canada

I Voted “Max” & the People’s Party of Canada

On this beautiful Thanksgiving afternoon, I voted “Max” — People’s Party of Canada. It’s the only party that promises real immigration reduction and reform; protection of our much eroded freedom of speech, and a challenge to the “diversity” delusion.

Anonymous Vancouver Antifa Target Videographer Brian Ruhe

Anonymous Vancouver Antifa Target Videographer Brian Ruhe


The tactics of Vancouver antifa terrorists. They target videographer Brian Ruhe. He has no bodyguards or bullet proof vest like the Trust Fund Kid.


He reports: “:On Saturday Oct. 12, a friend saw the attached poster of me very firmly glued to a Georgia Straight box at 12th Ave. & Commercial Drive. He emailed me the photo. The bold heading is:


Then a  dressy photo of me, which is how I normally dress so they can recognize me, then



Letter from German Political Prisoner Ursula Haverbeck, Who Just Celebrated Her 91st Birthday in Jail

Letter from German Political Prisoner Ursula Haverbeck, Who Just Celebrated Her 91st Birthday in Jail

Letter from Ursula Haverbeck[British patriot and frequent NATIONAL FRONT candidate Richard Edmonds, writes:]


Dear Friends,

Today I have received a letter from the brave campaigner from Truth in History, Ursula Haverbeck. Ursula expresses her astonishment and thanks for the amazing number of letters and cards of support that she receives from Britain and from France, and indeed from the whole world. In her letter to me Ursula H. singles out her specific thanks to Michele R. and to Peter R.

Let me repeat here, that letters and cards of support are a God-send to every brave and honourable patriot locked up in a narrow prison cell mixed in together with anti-social types and criminals, and isolated from the world and friendly faces – that’s prison, and in this nightmare “modern” world many of the prisoners will be Third-world criminals with Third-world personal habits.

All the more reason to send a friendly, cheerful card or letter, (which does not have to bear the address of the sender) to our brave Ursula:

Frau Ursula Haverbeck, JVA Bielefeld-Brackwede, Umlostrasse 100, D-33649, Germany.

Note on a related matter: The Jewish community in Bielefeld has raised its objections to a parade through the town, which friends and supporters of our Ursula have planed for next month, to commemorate her 91st birthday, that the astoundingly vigorous Ursula Haverbeck will “celebrate” in the Bielefeld prison (JVA).

The notice below from <bocage-info> confirms the information.

Regards to all,

[“Isn’t it wonderful that we live in ‘the free world’?” — Paul Fromm]

The Ongoing Persecution of a Black Florida Principal Who Said the Holocaust Story Could Be Questioned

The Ongoing Persecution of a Black Florida Principal Who Said the Holocaust Story Could Be Questioned


A Black Florida educator finds out that even suggesting that the holocaust story can e questioned means efforts by the holocaust lobby to inflict poverty and economic ruin on him.

Songs & Satire from English Political Prisoner, Alison Chabloz — Canadian Tour

Songs & Satire from English Political Prisoner, Alison Chabloz — Canadian Tour


Political prisoner Alison Chabloz singing her songs on a tour in Canada and talking about her life. In pathetic minority-ruled England, they jail singers, especially satirists.


Interestingly, for Jewish “comics” different rules apply.

Larry David pisses on a picture of Jesus… you’re welcomed to laugh.

Sarah Silverstein says she’d kill Jesus again if he had the chance… again, welcomed to laugh

Caroline is being sued for speaking the truth

Caroline is being sued for speaking the truth

A member of our CitizenGO family is under attack.

Our brave Campaigns Director for the UK and Ireland, Caroline Farrow, is currently facing the threat of prison, for nothing more than daring to state the biological truth about men and women.

I need your response immediately. Next October 15th, Caroline must face a judge and the vicious transgender activist who has tormented her and her family for months — and who now demands Caroline pay him tens of thousands of British Pounds AND be sent to prison. She’s already paid thousands of Pounds in legal bills, with many thousands of pounds still to be paid.

And today, I’m asking for you to stand with CitizenGO and with Caroline against the powerful LGBTI lobbies.

I want CitizenGOers to pay Caroline’s legal bills so her family need not suffer further in that regard, and to fund our worldwide effort to tell the Transgender Radicals, “The majority will not be silenced by your hate and your totalitarian ideology!”

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Let me explain the full situation.

Caroline earned the hatred of the transgender lobbies in March of this year when she faced investigation by her local police force after describing the sex reassignment surgery performed on a 16-year-old boy as “castration, mutilation, and child abuse.” 

Caroline was criticizing the decision of Susie Green, the leader of a radical UK transgender lobby group, to have this foolish surgery performed on her son on his sixteenth birthday. Mrs. Green had planned to take her son to Thailand because the surgery was illegal in the UK but, as a result of the publicity, Thai authorities were so shocked that they then banned the procedure for children under 18. 

That was the first time Caroline was dragged into court.

Even though the police decided to drop the charges against Caroline, another aggressive transgender lobbyist, Stephanie Hayden, decided to target her and directed a campaign of abuse at her across several social media platforms.

Caroline began to receive a huge volume of aggressive statements across many platforms. Countless blogs were written about her containing violent and sexual threats, which also threatened her family and young children.

Many of the comments were openly violent, and most were obscene and vulgar.

But the revenge campaign did not end there.

Caroline’s family began to receive offline harassment, such as unordered food deliveries coming to her house as many as eight times a day, and online confirmations for goods she hadn’t ordered. Of course, businesses wanted Caroline to pay for it all.

Then her husband was anonymously reported for “abuse” of their five lovely children. Police and bureaucrats came to the home demanding to interview the young children — a nightmare for any parent, though it was quickly determined there was no harm being done. 

The activists got hold of her family’s phone numbers and email addresses and caused havoc in their lives, including hints of harm to the children.

Terrified they might carry out their threats, Caroline stood up to her bullies on social media and pleaded with them once again to leave her alone.

The transgender activist, Stephanie Hayden, then arrived at her house to serve a lawsuit on Caroline for alleged harassment in an attempt to use the legal system to bully her.

Two days later, after having had little time to find lawyers and prepare a defense, the judge decided to believe Stephanie Hayden, who expressed concern that Caroline had misgendered him, which he called offensive. The judge banned Caroline from mentioning this transgender again.

But lies are part of the enemy’s weapons.

Stephanie Hayden is suing Caroline for as much as 100,000 British Pounds, and is attempting to set a precedent in case law to make misgendering illegal.

Not content with attempting to financially ruin Caroline’s family, Stephanie Hayden is also attempting to have our Director put in prison, falsely claiming that she has broken the terms of the injunction and is in contempt of court over an innocent joke Caroline made about a pork pie! 

Our brave campaigner, Caroline Farrow, should not suffer this harassment and persecution just because she told the truth.

But the reality is, she is now facing staggering legal fees just to defend herself from these vicious attacks.

But that is where the CitizenGO family can help out.

They wanted to intimidate her into silence and teach others a lesson about what happens to those who speak out against Gender Ideology.  We must not give in to this. Together we (you, I and all the CitizenGOers worldwide) must try to stop it before October 15 (the Court date). 

I am writing to you today on Caroline’s behalf, to ask for your help in covering her legal fees.

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To be honest, I am certain that our CitizenGO family can raise enough money to cover Caroline’s legal fees.

But Caroline is just one victim of the radical LGBTI lobbies worldwide. That is why we must fight to defeat their radical ideology on a larger scale.

With enough support, we can target precedent-setting lawsuits like Caroline’s, we can track and oppose legislation that would put more innocents like Caroline on the wrong side of the law, and we can fight against the ever-growing influence of the LGBTI lobby and the Gender Ideology on the cultures of the world.

But to make these goals possible, I am — as always — relying on you to help me.

Will you help Caroline and CitizenGO fight the LGBTI lobby with a contribution of $100 or $50?

I understand how much I am asking of you.  But every bit of your contribution is an important piece of our united goals.

Some CitzenGOers have already given $100.  Some have given $200, or even more.  

Others have given $50 or $10. 

Can I count on you to join in this fight?

Even if $100 or $50 is out of reach, $25 or $10 will go a long way toward helping Caroline persevere through this personal legal assault.

But please, chip in with whatever amount you can spare today.

With best wishes, 

Ignacio Arsuaga

President, CitizenGO

P.S. In a few days (October 15th), Caroline will face her transgender tormentor in court.

Your support is urgently needed before that date to help her cover the mounting legal fees, and to help CitizenGO fight against the radical LGBTI ideology.

Please contribute $10, $50, $100 or whatever you can today.

RCMP called in after pushing and shoving breaks out at controversial UBC event

RCMP called in after pushing and shoving breaks out at controversial UBC event

UBC says RCMP were called in due to concern for the safety and security 

Campus security called police when things started to escalate after protesters started banging hard on windows, threatening to break them, an event organizer said. (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press)

RCMP were called in as tensions rose outside a controversial event at the University of British Columbia Wednesday night.

The event organized by student-led group Students for Freedom of Expression invited two controversial speakers to attend. One of them was Mark Hecht, who wrote a highly-criticized anti-immigrant op-ed for the Vancouver Sun last month.

The other speaker was Ricardo Duchesne, who has been critical of multiculturalism and Canada’s immigration policies.

But the event was met by dozens of protesters, upset over the university’s decision to give a platform to what they say is far-right hate speech.

“We did get a call from campus security that some of the people demonstrating and protesting were banging on the windows,” said Const. Kevin Ray with UBC RCMP. “There was some pushing and shoving.”

He says campus security called police when things began to escalate.

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Tweeting from the UBC Students for Freedom of Expression’s event entitled Academic Freedom to Discuss Immigration featuring Drs. Duchesne and Hecht.

Protesters outside are pushing, blocking, & shoving attendees. Only way to enter is to be shoved in with help from security.

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“When everyone went inside, security thought it was possible that they would smash the windows with their banging,” said Nicholas Kosovic, founder of the group who organized the event. “Some of the attendees were frightened.”

According to the group, about 80 people attended the event.

‘Lawful expression of ideas’

In an email to CBC News, vice-president of academic Andrew Szeri confirmed RCMP had to get involved due to safety and security concerns.

In a statement released last month, the university defended its decision to go ahead with the event.

“Discussion and debate cannot occur without the free and lawful expression of ideas, even those we may fundamentally disagree with, find distasteful or even repugnant,” read the statement.

RCMP say no one was hurt and no arrests were made. Approximately 10 officers responded to the call and had to stay in place until the event was over, Ray added.

CBC News has reached out to Students Against Bigotry, the group that organized the protest outside the event.

11th Update from Glen Allen re Allen v. SPLC Litigation

11th Update from Glen Allen re Allen v. SPLC Litigation



Friends, Donors, and Interested Persons,


Still no word from Judge Blake in my case.  If this goes on much longer, I may file a pleading to try to trigger a decision, although that is a problematic step.


You may recall that in my last update on September 6 I reviewed the status of several recent cases brought against the SPLC.  Since that update, there’s been a decision in the Center for Immigration Studies case in federal court in the District of Columbia — an unfavorable decision, as Judge Jackson granted the SPLC’s motion to dismiss.  My claims differ in important respects from the claims CIS alleged in its case, so I am not dismayed or particularly surprised by the decision.


There has also been a decision in the James Kennedy Ministries v. SPLC and Amazon case in the federal court in Alabama, a case I’ve been following but didn’t mention in my last update.  Here too, after 12 months, Judge Thompson granted the SPLC’s and Amazon’s motion to dismiss.  The opinion is 141 pages, which may partly explain why it took so long to issue.  Here again, the plaintiff’s claims differ from mine in important respects and I am not surprised by the decision


But when I say I’m not surprised by the CIS and James Kennedy Ministries decisions, I don’t mean I approve of them. To the contrary, I commend the plaintiffs for fighting back against the SPLC’s odious hard-left censorship tactics.  The courts in those cases, so focused on the niceties of legal doctrines and so insensitive to the real world consequences of the SPLC’s malicious conduct, lost sight of the forest for the trees in granting the motions to dismiss.  Some day, some court will have the vision and courage to put the SPLC in its place.


I’d like you to know I’ve not been idle in the cause of free expression as we’ve awaited a decision.  For example, on October 8, 2019, on behalf of the Free Expression Foundation, Inc. I and a colleague filed an amicus curiae (Friend of the Court) brief in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals challenging the constitutionality of the Anti-Riot Act under which three young members of the Rise Above Movement had been sentenced to several years in prison for their involvement in the scuffles that arose at the Charlottesville rallies in August 2017.  (The RAM defendants had nothing to do with James Fields’ driving of his car into the crowd at Charlottesville).  I have attached my amicus brief below.  The Anti-Riot Act, which the government had rarely used in 50 years, is flagrantly unconstitutional in that it gives the government prosecutors unbridled discretion to pick and choose on political grounds among participants in tumultuous demonstrations — as happened in Charlottesville and elsewhere, where no Antifa have ever been prosecuted even though so many of them have committed violent acts.  I and my colleague also filed an amicus brief in a separate prosecution of RAM members in California.   In that case Judge Carney, agreeing that the Anti-Riot Act is unconstitutional, struck it down.  Judge Carney’s opinion is also attached below.  These are important developments for the cause of free expression, but the mainstream media, predictably, has ignored them.


As always, I am grateful for your past moral and financial support and respectfully ask for your continued support.   Here is my website for donation purposes:


My best to you all!