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Former Finnish president Halonen (socialist) compares Jews under Nuremberg laws with Muslim settlers under Finnish law and expects to be taken seriously…….


What’s with these politicians, they end their careers (fortunately) but never stop flapping their yaps in public?

There is no comparison to what happened to Jews under the Nazis with Finland’s treatment of fraudulent Muslim settlers attempting to remain in Finland. Comparing the two is a gross insult and injustice to those Jews who suffered greatly under the monstrous Nazi regime.

“When asked whether you are defending a legitimate society, then it must also be fair. In the Germany of the 1930s  everything happened lawfully but not fairly or justly. “

DID SOMEONE SAY “SOLIDARITY”?

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TOUGH LEADERS ALSO TALK  ABOUT SOFT VALUES TARJA HALONEN DOES TOO.

PRESIDENTIAL campaigns have started. Sauli Niinistö and Pekka Haavisto, who are involved in the race, have taken a stand on Finland’s refugee policy. They have talked about the extremes of immigration, the limitations of resources and the people who are talking about it.

 

President Tarja Halonen has also taken part in the debate.

 

“In Finland, we have talked a lot about what is the Finnish share of responsibility. I am also involved, precisely because we have a kind of two situations. The first is that the world’s population is likely to move more in the future – not only because of direct armed conflicts but also because of shortcomings in sustainable development “, says Halonen at her office in Hakaniemi, Helsinki.

 

Another situation to which Halonen refers to is refugees who are already here. This year, Finland launched a new series of forced returns for those with negative asylum decisions. Opponents of deportations have invoked, for example, the ninth article of the constitution on the freedom of movement:

“Aliens may not be expelled, handed over or returned if he or she is threatened with the death penalty, torture or any other offense against human dignity.”

Halonen called for a temporary suspension of deportations at the Helsingin Sanomat Vieraskynä (Guest Pen) Panel on the 22nd of April.

“It is a direct responsibility. I’m hoping and required that the Finnish authorities must have a clear picture of what conditions the people already  here are returning to. “

 

In her remarks, Halonen recalled that “studies have shown that refugee policy is increasingly only legitimate (according to law), not just, in more and more eyes”. After writing, more than 11,000 people have signed a petition calling for the creation of an independent investigation team to investigate the activities of the Finnish Immigration Service and the legality of the treatment of asylum seekers.

 

“When asked whether you are defending a legitimate society, then it must also be fair. In the Germany of the 1930s  everything happened lawfully but not fairly or justly. “

 

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