I’ve been saying the exact same thing for years.
It is a regressive ideology, a throwback to tribalism, and can only exist within a society given over to statism, the pushes identity driven politics and group rights.
Vice-chairman of the True Finns Tynkkynen: “Failed multicultural society is a nightmare”
Reetta Heiskanen HELSINGIN SANOMAT
President of The Finns youth league Sebastian Tynkkynen, 26, was elected by The Finns party as one of the presiding Vice-Chairpersons on Saturday. Tynkkynen represents the EU-critical party line and to run an independent monetary policy in Finland. reporter: Reetta Heiskanen, cinematography and editing: Janne Järvinen
On Saturday, 26-year-old Sebastian Tynkkynen was elected as one of The Finns Party Congress Vice-Chairpersons.
He is chairman of the The Finns Youth League.
The struggle between the candidates continued in the second round, and in the end the Tynkkynen was voted as the winner.
Tynkkynen represents the party’s younger wings: he, for example, drives a strong EU criticism.
“I see that we need to break away from the euro area. It is perfectly clear that integration within the EU will only deepen. My decision-making is reduced due to the euro,” says Tynkkynen.
Tynkkynen is not satisfied that The Finns agreed to the third Greek support package.
“Finland’s responsibilities for the management of the euro crisis must not grow,” he says.
At the end of July, Tynkkynen defended the blog writing, of MP Olli Immonen Facebook updates.
Immonen wrote on Facebook on the struggle against multiculturalism.
The English text Immonen said, inter alia, the nation dreamed of, beating the nightmare called multiculturalism.
Tynkkynen still stands behind Immonen’s writings, but in his opinion, multiculturalism itself is not a nightmare.
“Failed multicultural society is a nightmare. In many ways such a society is Sweden. There, insecurity has increased tremendously,” says Tynkkynen.
“The nightmare has not yet had time to come to Finland, but the situation is getting worse all the time.”
Tynkkynen defines multiculturalism “as a political ideology, which through public policies are aimed at supporting the emergence of different values and normative systems in the same area.”
“When I say that I am opposed to multiculturalism, I am opposing this political ideology,” Tynkkynen says.
“I can imagine that, for example, areas of Eastern Helsinki, which is home to many immigrants are optimal environments for the emergence of various standard systems. Such norm systems that are not socially accepted in Finland,” says Tynkkynen.
Tynkkynen emphasizes that he does not criticize the special features.of different cultures of the
“My criticism is not really focused on the specific characteristics of cultures, such as clothing, food or languages. The objects of criticism are the values that do not conform to our society. That which is adhered to in Somalia, but here in Finland.”
Tynkkynen estimated that immigrants are best integrated into Finnish society, if they are not “granted special arrangements”.
“If Muslims want to practice their own religion in Finland, so they are given a free plot on which they can build their mosque. It’s not right, they have to pay for the land just like other Finns,” says Tynkkynen.
He also refers to the Oulu City Council’s initiative, in which it was attempted to give Muslim women their own swimming hour.
City of Oulu designed swimming shifts in 2010. Muslim women of cultural backgrounds and beliefs, do not want to swim in a place in which there are men at the same time. As a result, they hoped to have their own swimming shifts.
“Oulu Muslim women were proposed to have their own swimming shifts instead of a full swimming pool. We can not accept such specific arrangements for the reason that they prop up their own standard system. It does not actually help the representatives of these cultures to integrate into Finnish society.”
According to principle of The Finns’ youth program is “the strengthening of Finnish national identity and its society”.
The principle program describes how “the traditional left has taken throughout Europe a hardened multiculturalism agenda, which is a utopian social experiment like communism.”
Tynkkynen fully agrees with the party principles.
“It is utopia that same standard systems can live in the same area. But above all, it will break up the nation, not unite it.”