This picture explains the Soldiers of Odin's real mission

 
This picture explains the Soldiers of Odin's real mission
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The Norwegian mainstream news outlets have begun on their expected massive attacks on the Soldiers of Odin, without even touching the underlying reasons why the group has been forced to form and why it is growing.

It is the same procedure every time a group critical to the immigration policies forms. It has happened to both the Norwegian Defence League and Pegida, and now the Soldiers of Odin are on the chopping block.

It's the strangest thing about mainstream journalists; they are extremely good at journalism when it comes to digging up anything that can discredit these groups, but the positive aspects are always left out.

Like this. You won’t see this picture in the mainstream media, because that would leave a positive impression on people.

The picture shows two Soldiers of Odin in Tønsberg who are helping and literally supporting two young girls who had a little too much to drink on town.

Now imagine if this was your drunk 18-year-old daughter being helped home by bodyguards who made sure she was safe, wouldn’t you appreciate it too? 

Personally I would go out and shake their hands in gratitude.

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