This is a very big deal.
This is like Holocaust denial. Both top representative of the Finnish government refusing to mention the specifics around this particular homicidal attack against the Jews of Denmark. Following the terror attack in Copenhagen, the statements by President Sauli Niinisto and PM Alexander Stubb: both condemned the attack, but failed to mention the fact the second attack was focused exclusively towards the Jewish community.
It’s like referring to the recent happening in France as: ”200 graves with crossed triangles were vandalized with anti-crossed triangle graffiti.”
NOTE: These two leaders should be held accountable for such a glaring failure of clarity in time when it’s open season on Jews by Muslims in Europe.
From the Finnish President’s official office:
President Niinistö condemns Copenhagen attacks
President of the Republic Sauli Niinistö condemns the terrorist attacks in Copenhagen.
“Copenhagen events have shocked us all. Finland strongly condemns terrorism and attacks on freedom of expression, “President Niinistö says.
President of the Republic has sent his condolences to Denmark over the attacks.
Here is yesterday’s report by YLE:
President Niinistö condemns the terrorist attacks perpetrated by a lone gunman in Copenhagen yesterday. The president’s office announced the stance today Sunday.
”The events of Copenhagen have deeply shocked us all,” the release says. “Finland strongly condemns terrorism and assaults against free speech.”
The office also states that Niinistö has sent his personal condolences over the attacks to Denmark.
The Danish police announced on Sunday morning that they suspect one man to be responsible for the deadly attacks on a cultural centre and a synagogue that resulted in the deaths of two people. The gunman himself has also been shot dead. YLE
Statement by Prime Minister Stubb following the events in Copenhagen
Prime Minister Alexander Stubb has expressed his shock following the events in Copenhagen. “These attacks were directed at freedom of expression and the open society. I strongly condemn the attacks.”
“Today, my thoughts are in Denmark and with our Danish friends. Defending our open and tolerant society based on trust is our common task every single day,” says Prime Minister Stubb.