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In 2011, the European mainstream media could hardly avoid the giant surprise election victory of the national-conservative, peoples’ party “True Finns” (today: Perussuomalaiset, or “The Finns”). They were forced, though unfavorably enough, to report about a small group of people in Europe’s north that dared not to dance enthusiastically around the EUSSR idols and have their own thoughts regarding the enrichment that comes from immigration. However, things then got quickly silent in the reporting over the Perussuomalaiset party that appeared on the party stage, which still sits in parliament with 39 representatives and for the most part drives the other Finnish parties around before it. A good reason to be on site and see for oneself.

(A report with interviews and photos from Helsinki and northern Finland by Mr. Merkava)

On the way to the Perussuomalaiset headquarters we already stumble on clear indications of enrichment, even though the degree by far still hasn’t reached that of other large European cities like London, Frankfurt or Paris




In addition, possibility of nice, if perhaps somewhat unilaterally oriented contacts also exist in abundance in the land of the friendly, unassuming “Finns”

Perussuomalaiset, under the leadership of its president and legendary speaker Timo Soini (photo),

moved their generous, proper and attractively furnished main headquarters into an old building right in Helsinki:

where Matias Turkkila, chief editor of the party newspaper Perussuomalainen with up to at least 100,000 circulation receives PI for the interview (in English with German subtitles) over the policies of Perussuomalaiset:

In addition, the parliament representative of Perussuomalaiset is also especially worth mentioning, Jussi Halla-aho, who through his clear ideas about immigration in Finland is especially liked and, therefore, is supposed to be silenced by means of judicial force.

An excursion to the pleasant and lively northern province capital of Oulu shows a similar picture:

reserved, but friendly and unassuming Finns who especially know how to celebrate mid-Summer night:

But here as well, a clear, third-world immigrant enrichment almost exclusively by young men in their 20s is unavoidable in the city image:

And here as well, unilateral and multifaceted friendships are readily made with unassuming, perhaps also somewhat simple Finns:

Nine city councillors are represented from Perussuomalaiset (PS) (out of 67) in the Oulu city hall and are trying to put up a resistance against the daily insanity of the Finnish “block parties.” In spite of the middle summer vacation, Oulu city councilman Juha Vuorio (photo) of Perussuomalaiset North

is prepared after a visit of Oulu’s problematically enriched areas, which are still not as problematic as those of large European cities…

to give PI an interview (in English with German subtitles) over the political situation in the northern province:

It’s astonishing that this party – in Oulu, in modern-day Finnland – is the only one who voted against the Moslem demand for separated swimming days for Moslem women! The rest of the block parties, including self-proclaimed Conservatives (Kok) wanted apparently to act in hasty advance in a culturally sensitive and obedient fashion and voted decidedly for this anachronism that completely violates all Finnish values. Absurdistan sends greetings.

The dear creatures behave with a little less submission – even though some voices give concerned assurance that among the seagulls, it’s all a big misunderstanding, a complete oversight, and lack of cultural sensibility or even racism.

Most certainly an oversight, not to mention a coincidental naming for this establishment of a “temporary Hagia Sofia” right across from the Oulu cathedral:

Couldn’t the Turkish restaurant THERE have also been called Izmir, Antalya or Ali Baba in light of the history of the Hagia Sophia?


Posted by PI / Translation: Anders Denken

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