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FINNISH AUTHORITIES IMPOSING ASYLUM CENTERS UPON AN UNWILLING POPULACE…….

This is full blown tyranny.

A reader sends the Tundra Tabloids this story in the (Finnish) Nurmijärvi press, that will probably house asylum seekers. One is the Röykkä hospital, which hasn’t been in use for years. It’s an old building from the beginning of the last century, and probably requires some repairs before it can be used.

”The Röykän hospital is owned by the City of Helsinki and leased by the Finnish Red Cross. The latter one is really nasty organization. Even though it receives most of the money from the taxpayer, it does not have the same requirements for openness and accountability as public authorities. They are basically doing business with immigration and carry out propaganda campaigns for multiculturalism and tolerance. Never give any money to them.

The second one is Holman kurssikeskus. This time it is not Helsinki but Vantaa, which is bringing asylum seekers to Nurmijärvi. Holman kurssikeskus is owned by the Vantaa Lutheran Parish.

So the city of Nurmijärvi is getting two reception centers and the municipal authorities or the council have no say whatsoever.”

The Finnish Immigration Service announced yesterday that it will not continue to negotiate with the municipality’s emergency accommodation units, unless the space is owned by the municipality or the maintenance of the local authority.

NOTE: They really do seek to impose their will upon the citizenry, though most are against what’s being done to them.

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Finnish Immigration Service: Röykkä hospital emergency accommodation for asylum seekers

The building requires some renovation, but is ready for use after two weeks.

The Immigration Service says that Röykkä the hospital is becoming the emergency unit of accommodation for asylum seekers. The aim is to accommodate the hospital 200 asylum-seekers. Emergency accommodation unit will be opened for some time, but the time is not yet known.

The property is owned and leased by the City of Helsinki and the accommodation center’s manager will be the Finnish Red Cross. The organization of the emergency accommodation is the responsibility of the Finnish Red Cross in Helsinki and Uusimaa. The district’s executive director is Petri Kaukiainen.

Hanna Kautto from the Communications Immigration Service says that it’s the case of emergency accommodation. Consequently, asylum seekers may arrive at quite a rapid schedule.

On average, asylum applications are processed within six months. Clearly unfounded cases can be dealt with much more quickly.

Emergency accommodation unit does not actually deal with the applications, but the so-called asylum interviews can also be arranged emergency accommodation unit to speed up the process.

The Finnish Immigration Service announced yesterday that it will not continue to negotiate with the municipality’s emergency accommodation units, unless the space is owned by the municipality or the maintenance of the local authority.

Helsinki city center area rental manager Risto Heikkinen says that Röykkä hospital requires some technical remedies before it can be deployed in emergency accommodation unit.

The work starts immediately. In two weeks, the building is in good condition, Heikkinen says.

More in Finnish here.

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