Migrants in Sweden have formed a new "Resistance" movement in response to growing sentiments among Swedes against the radical transformation of their society, most notably expressed during recent elections.
The group is primarily open to 'refugees' and first- and second-generation immigrations, and opposes "everyday racism and an aggressive conversation climate," according to Sydsvenskan, which reported on the Resistance's inaugural demonstration held in Malmö on Sunday.
"We felt that we need our own voice. During the election movement, everybody kept talking about people who look like us," Resistance founder Miriam Negash told Sydsvenskan. "We are many here in Malmö, over 30 percent. We will not have to walk the streets in fear."
Hundreds of protestors reportedly marched through Malmö chanting, "Strike hard, wogs! The city, the country, everything is ours!" and "All Malmö hates racists!"
The group published a manifesto on Facebook in Swedish.
"We choose to build our own movement, one where we fight back, and don't let ourselves be pushed around, where we show civic courage, where we stand up for each other," Farsi states.
"We are immigrants, second-generation immigrants, adoptees and those who are being racified. Yes, we are suffering. Because if that's one thing we know now, nobody else will do it for us."
Malmö is Sweden's third-largest city and generally considered its most "multicultural."
"In 2017, approximately over half of Malmö's population had at least one parent born abroad," Sputnik reports. "The Danish diaspora has historically been the largest, but has in recent years been overtaken by Iraqis, people from the former Yugoslavia and the Horn of Africa."
As Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars reported last year, Malmö is statistically one of the most dangerous cities in Western Europe.
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