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SOINI SILENT OVER FINNISH PM SIPILÄ’S POLITICAL ”I’LL HOUSE REFUGEES IN MY OWN HOME” STUNT……

Most Finns would gladly accept Christian refugees, as well as myself, for they are truly the most hunted down and persecuted group, along with the Yazidis, in the Middle East today.

He later made a blog post defending his position that Christians should be protected first and foremost in Finnish asylum policy. In a post that did not specify how this would happen without contravening international law, he said that he wouldn’t be gagged by ‘political correctness’, and would continue to speak out over what he called a ‘genocide’ affecting Christians and Yazidis in the Middle East.

NOTE: But what does the government say, ”Finnish law does not allow for the rejecting of some refugees in favor of others.”. Well change the law then dammit !!!!!!!

Mixed response to PM Sipilä’s refugee gesture

Premier Juha Sipilä’s offer to host refugees drew praise across party lines on Saturday—with some exceptions. Foreign Minister Timo Soini of the nationalist Finns Party refused to comment. At a meeting of EU Foreign Ministers, he told Yle that he would keep his “head cool and his heart warm”.

Pääministeri Juha Sipilä vieraili Heikinharjun vastaanottokeskuksessa Oulussa lauantaina.

 

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Foreign Minister Timo Soini, meanwhile, refused to comment on the move when questioned during commercial broadcaster MTV’s evening news broadcast.

“I’ve never commented on anyone’s domestic arrangements, and I won’t start now either,” said Soini.

Soini, who heads up the nationalist Finns Party, was attending a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Luxembourg. He gave a very brief comment to journalists outside that meeting, saying that Finland’s line was to keep the ‘head cool and the heart warm’.

He later made a blog post defending his position that Christians should be protected first and foremost in Finnish asylum policy. In a post that did not specify how this would happen without contravening international law, he said that he wouldn’t be gagged by ‘political correctness’, and would continue to speak out over what he called a ‘genocide’ affecting Christians and Yazidis in the Middle East.

The 199-word article made no mention of Sipilä’s offer, which by that point had been covered by media worldwide.

YLE

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