A neo-nazi movement set up in Sweden is trying to recruit Icelandic supporters, wth flyers being put through people’s doors in parts of the capital Reykjavik. Nordfront was founded by Swedish neo-nazis in 1997 and has spread to Finland, Norway and Denmark, reports Icelandic national broadcaster RÚV (link in Icelandic). According to the flyer, the group’s main objectives are to “to put an immediate halt to mass immigration to Nordic countries, to reclaim power from the international Zionist elite, and to create a unified and sustainable Nordic State”. Professor of Politics at Iceland’s Bifröst University Eirikur Bergmann told RÚV that while the movement may attract some Icelandic supporters, it is unlikely to be widely popular.
via icelandmonitor: Nordic neo-nazis set their sights on Iceland