This is an interesting short essay on a Swedish “witch trial” from 1484, where a man claims he have signed a pact with Odin - as contrary to “The Devils” as was the most common. Have in mind, that this is during a time when we according to popular belief hardly knew of the old Gods anymore, nor their names. During a time academics usually claim that Northern Heathenism was long since gone and forgotten.
Highly recommended, indeed!
And thus the 12 Days of Yule commence… Skål, och Hell Jólnir!
Wolf Hunt Sabotage Manual
So, this is for the Swedes. Mainly. Wotan Klan usually isn’t about politics (no, we are not afraid to take a stand, it’s just that all politics is full of bullshit). And no, we are no “unconditional wolf huggers” either - as we ain’t old inner city ladies identifying ourselves with wolves, nor surrounding ourselves with rainbows, Indian Dream Catchers, Dolphins, Crystals and pentagram shaped cookies as they usually do.
But this wolf debate thing in Sweden is just wrong. There are approx. 400 wolves here. And because of certain loud mouthed ethnic lobby groups and pure simple minded economic greed, there will be given a “green light” to kill off enough wolves to basically render the total population inbred, and destined to die out within a few years. Combined with the illegal hunt for wolves, this is the end of them. Simply enough.
Breaking the law might be “wrong” according to some - but who gives a fuck about the law, when the law is wrong? I’ve personally saved Lynx up here in northern Sweden, by hiding their tracks and interfering with baits and traps laid out for them. Luckily enough, I am a far better tracker than the self proclaimed “nature people” (Sámi/Lapps) trying to kill them.
"Do right and fear no one", as it’s said. And there’s still a lot that can be done without actually breaking the law. It’s really all up to you.
Earth first! offers a free Wolf Hunt Sabotage Manual in PDF format, that you can download and distribute freely.
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A little Yule themed song for you. Wir rufen deine Wölfe, based on a poem by Friedrich Hielscher, written in 1979. Interpreted as a musical piece by Blood Axis.