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FINLAND: YLE ARTICLE UNKNOWINGLY PROVES THAT MUSLIM MIGRANTS ARE FRAUDS…….

This is all you need to know about ”Ali”:

Ali left his family behind in Samarra, and both he and Linnéa have followed news of Islamic State advances in the area over the last few months with concern. So why didn’t Ali bring his family with him to Europe? “Put them in a rubber boat on the open sea? At the mercy of the people smugglers? They are my children! I would never take that kind of risk,” Ali answers.

The point here is that he wasn’t ”fleeing to safety”, he could have taken his family to any number of refugee camps dotting the region. No, his whole mission was to GO TO EUROPE, not to rescue his family from a catastrophic situation or certain death. The fake journos at YLE couldn’t even figure that one out for themselves, that is if they were even curious.

The point being here is, that the Finnish people are paying a hefty sum for the ”free help” to service Linnéa Myttinen, the man in question shouldn’t be in the country at all. His only intention was to take advantage of the situation and join the throng who have always wanted to migrate to the European continent, then apply for his family to join him. These are not refugees, but economic tourists/colonizers.

Iraqi asylum seeker lends a hand: The story of Ali and Linnéa

Ali ja Linnéa keittössä kahvilla.

Linnéa Mynttinen is an 80-year-old Finnish pensioner who still actively participates in church and veteran events and attends functions for the hearing impaired. Ali Kamil al-Sammarnaie is a 36-year-old asylum seeker from Samarra, Iraq, a father of two who is trained as a statistician and IT engineer. When Linnéa contacted her local Evitskog asylum seeker reception centre to ask if someone there would be able to help her get around, Ali answered the call.

Linnéa bought a cake to celebrate on the day Ali heard he had been granted asylum in Finland.Image: Jyrki Ojala / Yle

“I needed a little help,” explains Linnéa Myttinen, a pensioner from the southern city of Kirkkonummi whose legs had become weak. Christmas was coming and she wasn’t sure she would be able to cope on her own. All autumn she had been moving around in a wheelchair, but leaving home had started to become a near impossible chore.

“I asked a taxi driver once if one of the asylum seekers could maybe help me out. I didn’t even know then if the centre housed men or women,” Linnéa remembers.

She contacted the centre, which quickly sent a young Iraqi man to her assistance. Linnéa said that she knew from the first moment she looked in Ali’s eyes that they would get along.

More here.

NOTE: No man leaves his family in danger while he chuckles it up in a foreign land, this is all pure fraud, and fraudulent YLE can’t even figure it out that they’re proving exactly that. What a bunch of losers.

One Response

  1. I can’t help but wonder if some lone wolf at YLE is surreptitiously leaving a trail of breadcrumbs for mentally alert Finns to connect the dots. Basically anyone with rudimentary critical thinking skills would come to the exact same conclusion that you did. It also reminds me of this article from a month ago:

    http://yle.fi/uutiset/many_migrants_cancel_asylum_requests_queue_to_return_to_iraq/8548620

    Basically anyone with half a brain could infer the obvious, that these people are not in any danger whatsoever. People who are don’t go back to their home country because of homesickness. Can you imagine a Jew trying get into Germany in 1941 because he missed sauer kraut?
    Oh well. If the following article is to be believed, at least there’s some good news for Finland:

    http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2016/01/22/Many-Iraqis-abandon-Finnish-asylum-process-to-return-home-.html

    Note the source in this one is basically saying the same thing. I think it’s at least somewhat encouraging that two different high-ranking official in Finland’s integration department have gone on record to imply that many of these claims are baseless. The second article says that many have of the Iraqis have disappeared, which could mean they’re still hanging around Finland, but if I were an Iraqi invader, I’d probably try my luck in Sweden rather than stick around Finland. It’s probably easier to disappear there.

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