Folkebevegelsen Mot Innvandring
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Folkebevegelsen Mot Innvandring (abbreviated FMI, "The People's Movement against Immigration") is a Norwegian xenophobic and Islamophobic organization in the same sphere as SIAN, Resett.no, and Hans Lysglimt Johansen.
The movement, founded in 1987, was in its early years involved in many anti-immigration protests and counter-protests, some violent. In 1990, founder Arne Myrdahl (died 2007) was sentenced to prison for having planned to blow up a refugee centre. The movement has since declined in its militancy, but is still active online.
- FMI website (in Norwegian)
- FMI's Facebook page
- FMI's Twitter account
- FMI's YouTube channel
- Bibiana Piene, «Folk Er Folk gir spalteplass til Alliansen, FMI og SIAN» ("People are People gives article space to Alliansen, FMI, and SIAN"). Journalisten. July 10, 2019. Accessed July 11, 2019.