He’s a Leftard who still however, believes doggedly in the buffoonery that has unleashed this mess, but just not as much as the others. 

NOTE: A clue bat for the marxist, over 6 decades of iron fisted socialist experimentation in building the “new Swedish (neutered) man” is why Sweden is such a basket case. Having thrown themselves headfirst into “extremist humanitarianism & multiculturalism” and having bludgeoning anyone who dares think differently, the Swedes dare not criticize their own buffoonery.

‘Aversion anxiety’ halting Swedish refugee debates

'Aversion anxiety' halting Swedish refugee debates

Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgård in Stockholm this week. Photo: Henrik Montgomery/TT.jpg

Published: 30 Oct 2015 09:56 GMT+01:00

Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgård has been increasingly vocal about what he sees as the refusal of the educated middle classes in his adopted home of Sweden to face up to the realities of immigration.
“In Sweden, my impression is that the desire to be decent, which is in itself laudable, has given people an aversion anxiety against discussing many problems concerning integration and immigration,” he told Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten during a book tour.
“If you talk about the issues, it means you are somehow automatically critical of immigration.”
By contrast, he described the anti-immigrant Progress Party in Norway as a “blessing” for politics, arguing that societies must “dare to talk about the problematic aspects of immigration”.
“I do not agree with their views, but it is good that they are able to express them openly without being demonised,” he said.
Knausgård is a household name in Norway, best known for his 3,500 page novel My Struggle which was a sensation in Scandinavia when its six volumes were published between 2009 and 2011.


Cultural suicide at the behest of soft smiling imbeciles.

“Cultural enrichment” is, of course, a term coined to mock the multiculturalists’ outrageous claim that importing hordes of people with diametrically opposing views and values is a smart and decent thing to do. And no, we’re not talking about importing people who think that capitalism is superior to Norwegian social democracy, or people who prefer football over cross-country skiing, but rather individuals from “exciting” cultures where it’s considered completely acceptable to stone women to death and hang gays from mobile cranes. To kill people who decide to leave Islam or who have the temerity to offend the prophet Muhammad’s honour.

The Road to Hell is Paved With Petrodollars

Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer turns his attention from Sweden to the latest migration-related events in his own country.

The road to hell is paved with petrodollars
by The Observer

Most people learn from an early age that money doesn’t grow on trees. And nowhere is that more true when it comes to paying for cultural enrichment, which is a lesson that Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg learned the hard way the other day when she had to inform the Norwegian Parliament that the estimated costs of processing the enormous influx of so-called “asylum seekers” would reach a staggering US $6 billion over the next five years.

And to add to Mrs Solberg’s woes, this is occurring at a time when Norwegian oil revenues have taken a severe blow, resulting in tens of thousands of Norwegians losing their lavishly-paid jobs in the Norwegian oil industry. More and more young Norwegians have been joining the ranks of the unemployed, and have to rely on social handouts from the government to get by.

What could possibly be better then than to spend billions of dollars on hordes of people from the Third World — mostly Muslims — who are borderline illiterates, who have no intention of contributing to society and who are only looking for a rich and gullible sugar-daddy nation in the West that they and their extended clan can scrounge off?

Well, according to the Left, nothing could be better, because they are literally walking on sunshine these days. They are enthusiastically encouraging Norwegians to join in what has colloquially been dubbed a “working bee” by the MSM, to ensure that the influx of future welfare recipients is dealt with as proficiently and smoothly as possible. The prospects of importing hundreds if not thousands of hard-core terrorists who could destabilize the country and cause serious mayhem doesn’t seem to faze them in the slightest. In fact, they are much more concerned that the police in Norway are now carrying firearms at all times, a safety measure that was introduced late last year due to the increased threat level, and a direct consequence of by the Left’s aggressive pursuit of a multicultural society.

Hardly a day goes by when there isn’t a frenzied reference in the MSM by a left-wing diehard about the outrageousness of an armed police force and the possibility that a member of the police could actually shoot and harm a violent criminal who took it upon himself to go berserk on a crowded street with a samurai sword, a box cutter or some other exotic type of bowel-slicer. But then again, these are the people that were outraged over suggestions that Anders Behring Breivik should have been taken out by a sniper’s bullet when he went on his mad killing spree on Utøya Island in 2011, so what else can you really expect?

More here.



sweden muzzin in multicultural lala land

Sweden is lost.

Immigrants running amok in Malmö: This will end the Swedish state

Keskisuomalainen (TT: Central Finland newspaper) reports on ​​immigration issues in Sweden. Malmö’s Rosengård district is a 90-percent populated by immigrants. Most are Iraqis and Bosnians as well as others coming from former Yugoslavia.

The area has been in the news many times. For example, last Christmas on the same corner a series of four bombings were seen within five hour period on the same day.

– Do you understand that you are no longer on Swedish territory, asks a young man upon or arriving to the notorious quarter of the Rosengård suburb.

– This is still Sweden and from here on, no. Aren’t you scared? This is Sweden’s most dangerous place, a young man bristles at me.

I readily admit to be in fear of the guard from the breakaway region in Sweden and his friends in the area.

– But we are all people here, I say gently.

The situation can be ignited as soon as I ask about the Swedish police jurisdiction in the area. The gang is clearly excited about.

– The police move in larger four-car patrols. If there are a lot of us in sight, the cops never leave their cars. They did not dare, one of the men says.

In the square where we stand, there is a round-the-clock police surveillance video. The apartment building where the camera is fastened, has been cleared for use by the police, the men claim.

Sweden’s societal equality is considered a myth.

– Sweden is a shitty country. For example, some time ago one of us was wounded in the leg in a shooting. An ambulance was called, but it didn’t arrive until an hour later. The victim was forced to take himself to the hospital, says one gang member.

Ambulance drivers are afraid of the area, because one ambulance had rocks thrown at it a few years ago in Rosengård’s school. Also, fire trucks come to the area but only with the presence of the police, claims the local newspaper Sydsvenskan.

Rosengård unrest has been focused in the Herrgårdenin area in which 96 per cent are foreigners. Nearly half – 47 percent – of the population is 0-18 years of age. Only 15 percent of adults have a job.

Close the school the children moved elsewhere

Darine Chouaib works as a teacher at a local school and has seen up close the way the spiral of exclusion is progressing.

– The basic problem is that people have been isolated here. I myself did not have any other alternative when I moved from Denmark to Sweden in practice, other than Rosengård. I only got an apartment from here.

– The local school should be closed immediately and move the children to other schools, the midst of Swedish children. At least my own children would like to get out of here. In Denmark, they were in the midst of Danish kids, here they are with only immigrants.

– There are only people  here who have fled war, hunger and poverty. When people like these are raising children, they do it so as much as they can, but often they have all kinds of fixations.

– When the children of such families spend all their time just with each other, problems begin to accumulate, Chouaib summarized.  (TT: Trans)

H/T: Jukka Ketonen



Islam is present in the area

Ethnic Swedes live and move around in the area. The gang has no objection to their presence. On the contrary, in the young men’s view immigrants and the native population should live more among one another.

Although Rosengård has a strong Muslim majority, no more specific signs of religious radicalization is noticeable. Gang members seem more like American slum hip-hop gangsters than Isis fighters.


Islam is still present in Rosengård, and will not be leaving anytime soon. At least one of gangs were very closely informed about events in the Middle East, and believed it to be a conspiracy against Muslims.

– Is Isis in accordance with Islam? No. It was only created to denigrate Islam, a man states with a flaming glance.

– Behind everything is the United States and Israel. Look at the dollar bill, it has drawn the evil eye of Horus, which comes with Egyptian mythology. The banknote reads “In God we trust” that is, in God we trust. But what God? he quizzes.

 NOTE: Dollars to doughnuts he couldn’t explain why and where Islamic State gets Islam all wrong, and for whatever the reason, refused to answer honestly, the Finnish journalists questions. It’s more likely that he agrees with Islamic State, or at least idolizes their brutality.


Typical reaction by statist nut-jobs.

The country is in debt, the public sector is ripe for pruning, but these city officials want to not only flood the country with migrants, but also create positions for them, again, at the expense of taxpayer, many of whom that reject what’s being done to them.

Yle survey: Helsinki only major city with immigrant hiring policy

Finland has been slow to embrace non-Finns in the workplace – at least when it comes municipal sector jobs. However some cities such as Helsinki are moving to increase the presence of migrant minorities on city payrolls. In most of these cases, recruiters are looking for more diverse language skills.

Varjokuva ihmisistä.

Image: Henrietta Hassinen / Yle

Yle approached recruitment professionals in the country’s 20 largest cities to find out if they had guidelines relating to hiring non-Finns and how such guidelines were applied. In cases where municipalities didn’t have any explicit directives, Yle asked whether or not migrant job applicants received any special consideration when they applied for work.

Potential employers almost unambiguously responded that they did not have any clear guidelines on getting migrants into the municipal workforce. Helsinki was the only city with a clear policy that amounted to something like “affirmative action” for immigrants in the job market. Officials in Hämeenlinna said they plan to adopt similar guidelines in the future, while in Lapland’s Rovaniemi, immigrants are given a nod in the city’s guidelines on equality.

However the vast majority of the 20 cities polled said that they treated all applicants equally regardless of country of origin, language or ethnic background.

[Tundra Tabloids: State enforced discrimination practices. This is how Leftist statists think, ”forced equality, regardless if it’s discriminatory towards one sector of society is permissible if it’s in pursuit of ”the goal”, i.e., ends justifying the means.]

Language skills a major factor

Yle found that city officials were divided when they were asked whether or not they practiced some kind of affirmative action in hiring immigrants. In general, recruiters did not see a foreign background as any kind of inherent advantage. On the other hand many viewed diverse language skills as a desirable quality, particularly for service-oriented jobs.

Yle speculated that as Finland’s orientation becomes more global, immigrants may find themselves holding a trump card when it comes to finding work, largely because of language and cultural knowledge.

[Tundra Tabloids: As forced mass immigration takes hold whether the people actually want it or not, demand will rise for these ”trump card” poster children of multiculturalism. A self fulfilling policy if there ever was one.]

According to personnel director Marju Pohjaniemi, the practice in Helsinki is for migrants to be valued for their language skills – although the city’s guidelines allow it to bypass capable Finns to hire non-Finns.

[Tundra Tabloids: State instituted discrimination against ethnic Finns already on the books]

“Competence is first and foremost the deciding factor and competence depends on the skills required for certain tasks. For example in youth work it would be good to have immigrants who know the background and mindsets of young migrants,” Pohjaniemi said.

Trying to reflect capital region demographics

Nearly half of Finland’s migrant population live in the capital region. Espoo, Vantaa and Helsinki are trying to increase the presence of non-Finns in the workforce to meet growing foreign language requirements.

In Helsinki the proportion of workers speaking foreign language was 4.6 percent in 2011 and 6.6 percent in 2014. That’s a far cry from the 12 – 13 percent of the population who speak languages other than Finnish and Swedish.

Some cities haven’t had to agonise over the question of hiring quotas since the proportion of non-Finns is so small. In the case of Iisalmi in central Finland, for example, just 310 residents have a migrant background in a population of over 22,000.

Some support for employment of migrants

Other cities are also pondering ways to get immigrants on the payroll, since this group often finds it difficult to find work.

The city of Hämeenlinna is offering apprenticeship positions to immigrants and Tampere has introduced a small quota for immigrants in its summer employment scheme.

Sources Yle


Doing all that they can to ensure the over-hype and misinformation will continue.

The Finns MP was using the same type of language that is standard fare in U.S. politics. Just as in Sarah Palin being accused of helping along the attempted assassination of Gabby Giffords, due to her website’s use of bulls eyes on a political map, (the Dems used the very same kind of imagery as well) so to Olli Immonen is being blamed for using similar rhetoric that the Left in Finland engage in on a regular basis, especially on May Day (Vappu).

The HS is pathetic.Lenin_reading_Pravda

The fuss caused by the MP Olli Immonen is still not over


Helsingin Sanomat newspaper

MP Olli Immonen told at The Finns Party press conference on Wednesday that he would ask to resign from the parliamentary group until mid-October.

Immonen said that he had come to the conclusion quite spontaneously. Maybe he has received nonetheless consultation on the issue.

Immonen’s article on opposition to multiculturalism has caused The Finns Party embarrassing publicity. The Party apparently thought that with a temporary stepping down the matter can be already forgotten.

The resignation came into force just in time before the start of the parliament in the autumn. Thus the party’s other MPs may refuse to comment on the matter, saying that Immonen is not a member of the group.

Ero tulee voimaan sopivasti ennen eduskunnan syyskauden alkua. Näin puolueen muut kansanedustajat voivat kieltäytyä kommentoimasta asiaa sanomalla, että Immonen ei ole ryhmän jäsen.

Immonen defended the original post on the grounds that the text was published on his private Facebook account. MPs need to understand that their actions are under closer supervision in public than of the ordinary citizen. The voter does not know how to distinguish between the opinions of Immonen as an individual from the opinions of Immonen as an MP.

The handling of the stir was almost like an example taken from a political crisis communications manual. But only almost. The crisis communications instruction is: if you screwed up, and you get caught, immediately recognize, apologize and promise to improve.But do not explain.

[Tundra Tabloids: Only of you’re caught doing something blatantly wrong, not for being in the center of a political smear campaign that’s helped along by the willing media (HS) for verbal rhetoric that other politicians engage in, and get a free pass in doing, simply because they belong to the Left]

Immonen did not admit to anything from the very beginning. On the contrary, he released a new post, which thought that the party’s majority agreed with him, “despite the current chairman.” Only after the scandal rose high enough, Immonen, who pointed out that he meant “the battle against multiculturalism” was just a rhetorical expression. But the damage had already been done.

[Tundra Tabloids: In other words, Immonen and every other politician should take their marching orders from hack journalists and their political opposition [many times one in the same).Thanks to the HS which refused to uphold high journalist standards, who could have pointed out that such language is in regular use elsewhere in the Finnish political spectrum, as well as in the US and throughout the West]

Veteran journalist, Risto Uimonen, chairman for the Council for Mass Media was invited  to the press conference. He estimated that the fuss would have been manageable if the party leadership would have immediately stepped into the public domain and rejected all forms of racism. That’s not what happened, instead, chairman Timo Soini, declined to comment, because he wanted to go on vacation.

[Tundra Tabloids: Never mind the fact that it wasn’t racism in any shape or form in opposing multiculturalism, the man is married to a non-ethnic Finn, what’s in question here is crass political opportunism in place of factual reporting, which continues in the same in this HS editorial.]

It would, moreover, have been detrimental in terms of the party’s support, if Soini would have condemned the racist rhetoric. A large amount of “immigration-criticism” is shared by the party’s supporters.

HS. Translation:TT


These jackasses have learned absolutely nothing from human history.

They celebrate the abandonment of the nation states (that gave birth to the highest level of economic, and societal advancements through national identity) for the regressive existence of tribalism and clans which still plagues the rest of the (always) still developing 3rd world.

NOTE: This is pure marxist clap trap.

But the phenomenon of “invented traditions” shows that future coexistence is quite possible. Again, poets and artists will be needed to provide a new understanding, a kind of founding myth, for the multicultural societies now emerging that will be sufficiently strong to bind together the different experiences.

Opinion: Goodbye to Europe’s nation-states

New myths will be needed to convince Europe’s masses of the desirability of mass migration – and to abandon their nation-states for a multicultural ideology. But restrictions may be needed, DW’s Kersten Knipp writes.

Refugees trying to get on a train at Gevgelija train station in Macedonia REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov

If you want to bring together people who do not know each other or have nothing to do with each other, you must come up with something. After all, most people want to live in manageable groups. The family, the village, the province: Anything that goes beyond this is pretty remote for them.

That’s something German politicians in the second half of the 19th century had to learn as they set out to unite the German principalities into a single country, the German Reich. Most of their countrymen, they discovered, had little understanding of the idea of ​​a united Germany.

But there was a desire for this unity. And the poets also did their duty. They created uplifting verses and stanzas intended to give the people a feeling for the new German unity. August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben in 1841 wrote the “Song of the Germans,” whose third verse is the text of the German national anthem to this day.

Authors like Achim von Arnim and Clemens Brentano created catchy and evocative Lieder, or folk songs. And all-German events like the Frankfurt Marksmen’s Festival of 1862 reminded the visitors of their real purpose: “We want to be a single nation of brothers” stood in giant letters over the entrance.

More here. H/T: Fjordman


I agreed with his policies 90%.

I went one notch further than him on multiple occasions.

immonen policy questionaire

Do you agree with Olli Immonen – compare your values in the HS test

True Finns MP Olli Immonen.
Finns Party MP Olli Immonen.

Finns MP Olli Immonen has been in recent weeks prominently in the public debate. The rumors began when Immonen wrote in  a Facebook post that he dreamed of defeating the “multiculturalism nightmare”. Dozens of politicians took a stand and held, in several locations, demonstrations in favor of a pluralistic Finland .

[TT: Officially, they were standing up for the ideology of multiculturalism, in which the immigrant is not expected to assimilate into society, that competing cultures exist within the Finnish state. If you ask many Finns however, they describe ”multiculturalism” in the exact way of the melting pot that many Finns Party MP’s and members believe in.]

Later, the media has also raised the issue of Immonen posing with neo-Nazis. Last weekend, Iltalehti published an article, which studied more extensively Immonen contacts with neo-Nazis.

[TT: He (Immonen) vehemently denies any contacts with neo-Nazis]

President of the Finns Party, Timo Soini, has condemned violence in his blog and the Finns party leadership assistant Matti Putkonen has accused the media of hunting down and black balling.

Olli Immonen himself has been silent outside his own social media channels, and not commented on the matter to the media.

Helsingin Sanomat’s electoral machine based on it test you can now try out, do you agree with Olli Immonen on key political and value related issues.

Answer the 12 questions below, so you can get the electoral machine’s estimate on your opinion. For every question you can also see how Olli Immonen has responded to the electoral machine.

More here in Finnish at the HS


The lunacy of YLE.

yle propaganda

The fake journos over at the publicly funded news broadcaster don’t even realize the cognitive dissonance in their own headlines. Didn’t even think to ask her how integration should be achieved within the multicultural dynamic that doesn’t require foreigners to integrate.

Somalia’s lone female presidential candidate mulls Finland’s “failed integration policies”

News flash for YLE: ”Failed integration” is in fact full throated multiculturalism, where supposedly peoples of different cultures float around together in a sea of tranquility and harmony, from each according to their own ethnicity, to each according to their own culture.

Somali-Finn Fadumo Dayib is looking to make history by becoming Somalia’s first female president. Dayib, who holds masters’ degrees in health care, public health and public administration, is currently a PhD researcher at University of Helsinki. She recently spoke with Yle News about the heated debate arising from anti-multicultural statements by Finns Party MP Olli Immonen, what she calls Finland’s failed integration policies and its flawed discourse about migrants.

Video: Somali-Finn Fadumo Dayib


— “If migrants were to leave, Immonen and the True Finns would have no traction in Finnish politics. They came into office on xenophobic rhetoric. This is their business. It puts bread on their table. Their affiliation with hate forums, Nazi groups and bigotry is common knowledge and highly alarming,” she said.

[TT: False. The Finns Party has wide attraction for its anti-EU views as well. Having negative views on mass migration, multiculturalism, and speaking about them openly, is what living in a representative open democracy is supposed to be all about, not just promoting status quo’s viewpoints that twirl around in an endless echo chamber. Dayib is an ignorant boob.]

— “I believe that the fact Immonen is an MP and that he’s making such irresponsible statements have legitimately opened the doors for hate crimes. I believe that if the government does not take a strong stance on this, that the peaceful Finland we know will be but a distant memory,” she remarked.

[TT: False. Immonen’s statements are carefully weighed out opinions, on the disaster that the proponents of multiculturalism have foisted upon their perspective societies throughout Europe. One burning suburb after the other is living proof of the debacle. The more Finland introduces into its society multiculti nutjobs like Dayib, the worse it is for the Finnish state.

— “Nowadays integration has become a million-euro business. People have their own projects without measurable impact and the majority of those who benefit are Finns, not migrants.”

[TT: False. The Finnish taxpayer props the whole mess of multiculturalism up, being forced to fund every single jackass of a program and policy, and then gets a shiv between the shoulderblades by the very same people brought to this country, who label them as ”racist”, ”xenophobe”, ”bigoted and Islamophobic” for simply asking these people to live by the laws of the land. Stop pushing your culture on us, for it is you who chose to live with us, not the other way around.]

— ”We are rehashing the same integration policies year in, year out, yet we see they haven’t yielded results. Why should government spend this money on something that’s not productive? We need to go back to the drawing board instead of blaming migrants for these failed policies.”

[TT: False. What we are hashing out are objections to multiculturalism, something that you champion, though you call for integration which is diametrically opposed to the ideology of multiculturalism. You show yourself to be a fraud, you don’t either understand the words you’re using, or are being disingenuous in their use which makes you a fraud.]

— “There’s a condescending way of looking at people to say they’re not capable of being productive citizens. The system allows one to be on welfare for 20 years. No one wants to be on welfare. People want to be appreciated, respected, self-sufficient, productive,” she stated.

 — “It is a myth that people want to live off the system. This is a certain rhetoric used by some politicians, but no one wants to be on welfare. Integration policies have failed. We need to re-evaluate the system,” the recent Harvard graduate  added.

[TT: False. Now you’re disparaging huge portions of Finnish society, using the very same wide brush that you blame The Finns party for using (they don’t). Most Finns look with respect upon people who refuse to milk the system, who strive to be better than what they came here as. Then in a striking display of cognitive dissonance, you say no one is coming here to seek welfare, then admit that the system allows for them to be on it for 20 years! Which is it genius? Damned either which way!]

— “This thing of looking at human beings as numbers is really shocking. More than a million Finns have gone abroad as economic refugees; no one keeps track of that. They’re going abroad because they can’t find jobs. Ultimately no one wants to leave their country, they’re forced to. Finland should do what they signed up to,” she said.

[TT: False. Most Finns who left Finland for America did so when the States hadn’t developed a welfare state, they did not live off subsidies, they worked wherever they could, and thrived. If Finns are leaving now in search of employment, its done the legal way, and have valid professions, unlike the overwhelming majority of illiterates flooding Europe’s borders from failed states. A mighty big difference.]

Dayib charged that the failure of Finnish integration policies are reflected in the Tapanila case, in which four young men with migrant backgrounds were given suspended prison sentences for rape.

“If you don’t give people the tools you have no right to demand anything from them. The fact that you gave me the opportunity to be in Finland isn’t the end, it should be the beginning. That’s where the work starts,” she observed.

Dayib noted though, that following the incident she had been targeted for what some saw as a lenient stance on the rape case. However she stressed that she did not condone the act.

“What I find shocking is for a Finnish judge to say that what happened was a mild form of rape. How can you use the words mild and rape in the same sentence?”

[TT: What do you expect after years of multiculti indoctrination and PS intimidation? The judge is handing out justice according to how leftists like Dayib think. They’re foreigners, or of immigrant extraction (especially if they’re not white like myself) so the sentence is lightened. can’t be too hard on them now can we, that would be inviting charges of ”racism” from the very same blowhard being interviewed by YLE.]

The intrepid activist said little had materialised despite political rhetoric about integration spouted over the past 25 years. She called for comprehensive integration programmes that would teach migrants not only the Finnish language, but how Finnish society functions, including its values and principles. This she said, would take upwards of one year.

[TT: Intrepid. Yeah, that’s what YLE now calls the marxist posterchildren of the multiculti project. Intrepid!]

She also called for politicians and groups that use xenophobic rhetoric to move away from a culture of ascribing blame toward finding solutions to the problems the country now faces.

Sources Yle News

NOTE: It’s a fact that people use refugee/asylum status as well as normal immigration for social welfare services, if not for these publicly funded social programs they wouldn’t be heading this way. Sweden is the top destination, and Finland further down the ladder of importance due to the difficulty in language.


I’ve been saying the exact same thing for years.

It is a regressive ideology, a throwback to tribalism, and can only exist within a society given over to statism, the pushes identity driven politics and group rights.

Vice-chairman of the True Finns Tynkkynen: “Failed multicultural society is a nightmare”

The True Finns Sebastian Tynkkynen.




That’s what I went through before learning the language, it’s what is expected from every immigrant who chooses to shift tent stakes for another land. So again, so what?

Finnish language hindrance

Meanwhile, immigrants are facing headwinds as educated workers coming from abroad are being snubbed for not knowing Finnish. Main daily Helsingin Sanomat tells the stories of the Australian Jason Wallace, a construction worker, and Estonian engineer Doris Sarapuu – both of whom have faced obstacles and have tried to overcome them in their own ways.

“I need to find a balance between running my new one-man company and learning Finnish,” Wallace says in Hesari. “I work twelve-hour days as it is.”

Sarapuu is highly educated but has worked in a café in Tampere for a year while applying for work in her own field. The paper says that moving to Finland from abroad can be a “risk” to people’s careers.



Master of Science Doris Sarapuu worked in the cafe

Iisakki Härmä
Estonian engineer Doris Sarapuu worked in the café in Tampere.  Now he is looking for a job.
Estonian engineer Doris Sarapuu worked in a café in Tampere. Now she is looking for a job.
NOTE: And……how does that affect me as an immigrant in Finland, should I lock arms with you, demand everyone speak my language or a dozen of other languages just to suit you? What a whiner.


Who really cares about what Börje Mattson has to say, especially when he’s a teeter tottering old fool?

Faces festival revived to celebrate immigrant cultures

Spurred by what they see as a wave of xenophobia, organisers of the multicultural Faces Festival decided to stage the event again this year – despite last year’s vow to take a hiatus.

Faces-festivaalit järjestettiin Raaseporin linnan alueella vuonna 2014.

Last year’s Faces was billed as “the Last Waltz”. Image: Yle

Despite calling it quits last year, the multicultural Faces Festival will be staged once again this weekend at Raseborg Castle, some 90 km west of Helsinki. Festival director Börje Mattsson, who also has served as immigration coordinator for the West Uusimaa region and the Finnish UNICEF organisation, says the decision was sparked by a surge in racist and anti-immigrant comments in Finland.

Amid the noise of construction by volunteers, Mattsson tells Yle that there were a variety of reasons for the decision to revive the festival, which began in 1998

Festivaalijohtaja Börje Mattsson Faces-työmaalla.

Mattsson Image: Yle

“Faces was established to show that Finland is multicultural. A year ago, it seemed that this goal had been reached. But we got a lot of feedback from the audiences and performers saying that this event is still needed. Now that racism has increasing visibility in Finland, it was clear that we had to arrange Faces.”

Invites to Immonen, Soini

Mattsson describes Finns Party MP Olli Immonen’s anti-immigration statements as “horrific racism”. Immonen and his party leader, Foreign Minister Timo Soini have been invited to attend the festival – which leaders such as former presidents Tarja Halonen and Martti Ahtisaari have done in the past.

Referring to Immonen, he says: “How have these kinds of extremely negative spirits proliferated and climbed up to the level of the political leadership? Immonen’s statement certainly went too far, crossing over into racism and fascism. Somehow in today’s Finland it’s acceptable to say these kinds of things that one could not have imagined a few years ago. We’ve sent Immonen an invitation so that he can come to see whether this multiculturalism is such a terrible thing that should be feared. It’s not.”


NOTE: A totally ignorant buffoon, just the right kind of guy for the Left to rally behind.


This is what happens when you attempt to radically change your society based upon the utopian ideology of multiculturalism, you get Yugoslavia.

Police Warn of No-Go Zones in Germany

  • “There are districts where immigrant gangs are taking over entire metro trains for themselves. Native residents and business people are being intimidated and silenced… The reasons for this: the high rate of unemployment, the lack of job prospects for immigrants without qualifications for the German labor market and ethnic tensions among migrants.” — Der Spiegel.

  • “Every police commissioner and interior minister will deny it. But of course we know where we can go with the police car….[O]ur colleagues can no longer feel safe there in twos, and have to fear becoming the victim of a crime themselves. We know that these areas exist. Even worse: in these areas, crimes no longer result in charges. They are left to themselves. Only in the worst cases do we in the police learn anything about it. The power of the state is completely out of the picture.” — Bernhard Witthaut, Chief Police Commissioner of Germany.
  • “The gangs traffic in heroin and cocaine, run brothels or are active in the contraband smuggling business. The brutality with which they carry out their activities has made them very powerful, the police are afraid of them. The state is passive with respect to these clans, the politicians ignore the phenomenon… This negligence has, over the years, enabled the emergence of a criminal parallel society. This would not have happened if the authorities had acted early and decisively.” — Der Spiegel.
  • “When I say that steps must be taken to ensure immigrants comply with rules and regulations, I’m immediately branded as a far right extremist. But order is exactly what is needed.” — Volker Mosblech, Duisburg City Councilman.

Spiraling levels of violent crime perpetrated by immigrants from the Middle East and the Balkans are turning parts of Duisburg, a key German industrial city, into “areas of lawlessness” — areas that are becoming de facto “no-go” zones for police, according to a confidential police report that was leaked to the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel.

The report, produced by the police headquarters of North Rhine-Westphalia, the most populous state of Germany (and also the state with the largest Muslim population in Germany), warns that the government is losing control over problem neighborhoods and that the ability of police to maintain public order “cannot be guaranteed over the long term.”

Duisburg, which has a total population of around 500,000, is home to an estimated 60,000 mostly Turkish Muslims, making it one of the most Islamized cities in Germany. In recent years, however, thousands of Bulgarians and Romanians (including Sinti and Roma “gypsies”) have flocked to Duisburg, creating a volatile ethno-religious cauldron.

More here.


A sanctimonious rant by a young putz indoctrinated by the iron triangle of the status quo governmental elite, the media and corrupt academy.

Sameli Muurimaki pieni

Picture by way of MVLehti

Multi-ethnic living in Finland existed long before the battle cry of ”multiculturalism”, and within the framework of Finnishization (meaning integration and assimilation), with people of foreign extraction celebrating their cultural heritage privately with family and with friends. Now its shoved into our faces, in the news media, TV & radio, and now even on commuter trains.

NOTE: You only have to see how its working in Sweden to realize that its not something you want in your own backyard, let alone being lectured by a young, indoctrinated, self righteous punk.

Train conductor on last shift: “Racism is born of false facts”

Midway between Pasila and Helsinki, rail commuters were caught off guard on Sunday evening as a VR employee commandeered the train’s public address system. Lulled by expectations of the standard onboard announcements, passengers were instead surprised by conductor Sameli Muurimäki’s impassioned speech about tolerance and his wish for a multicultural Finland.

On his last day as a train conductor for VR, Sameli Muurimäki (not pictured) shared his thoughts over the PA.

Deciding to end his last shift in style, twenty-something Helsinki train conductor Sameli Muurimäki seized his last chance for a soapbox on Sunday evening. Racism was in the firing line for the community-minded rail worker, who passengers say has a penchant for adding greetings and well-wishes to his announcements.

Journalists Riikka Porttila and Vesa Marttinen managed to get hold of a recording of the tail end of Muurimäki’s speech, which they played on Yle’s early Monday morning radio broadcast.

“I think that racism springs from experiences of marginalisation, unemployment, loneliness and false facts. If there’s anything we should be fighting against, it is these [social phenomena],” Muurimäki said.

“We must take care of one another and not let fear win,” added the departing conductor. “Finland is prosperous in the big scheme of things, and we will make it if we all stick together.”

The unexpected oratory was met with chuckling and applause by surprised commuters.

“The Olli Immonen-inspired nationwide discussion surrounding hate and racism has been weighing on my mind, and a few hours before my last shift I wrote down some of my thoughts,” Muurimäki says. “It was a fairly spontaneous thing, and I said my peace without getting any of my colleagues in trouble.”

Muurimäki says he is moving to Tallinn, Estonia next, where he is set to begin his studies at the Baltic Film and Media School.


NOTE II: You can imagine the headlines if conductor who supported the counterjihad starting talking to passengers about the dangers of monoculture islam.


If there is any reason given to end publicly funded state TV, at least the news media portion of the enterprise, this is it.

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Yes ladies and gentlemen, not only do they (the iron triangle of the status quo political elite, media and academy) promote these ideologically driven policies, but they then deny that they are not the product of an ideology at all, ”it’s a fact”, and smear those who call it out for what it is.

What an idiotic statement, multiculturalism isn’t ideology based, it’s just a fact”. When I moved here from the U.S. 28 years ago, multiculturalism was not even in the public lexicon, it only came into use a mere 10 or so years ago. What this academic is describing now, and attaching ”multiculturalism to it, is just plain ”melting pot” immigration policy that mirrors that of the US.

These academics and state bureaucrats, along with the media and hack politicians are the worst of the worst, they are both ignoramuses and devious at the same time, and foist their bubble-like echo chamber bull crap on the rest of society.

Researcher: Populists use misleading immigration language to their advantage

In her study of incidents of racism, sociologist Anna Rastas has has come across multiple examples of purposely confusing terms associated with immigration in order to drive political and social agendas. Politicians in particular are guilty of utilizing racist sentiment to gain power, she says. Finland’s Non-Discrimination Ombudsman Kirsi Pimiä agrees.

Anna Rastas ja Kirsi Pimiä.
Sociologist and author Anna Rastas and Non-Discrimation Ombudsman Kirsi Pimiä. Image: Yle

The topics of multiculturism and what it means to be Finnish have been discussed widely in Finland of late, after a Facebook comment from a sitting parliamentarian that was widely interpreted to be racist. Finland’s Non-Discrimination Ombudsman Kirsi Pimiä and sociologist and writer Anna Rastas appeared on television Thursday to offer their take on the issue.

“Multiculturalism is not an ideology, it is a fact,” say Kirsi Pimiä, Finland’s first-ever Non-Discrimination Ombudsman.

[TT: BULLCRAP, it’s the product of statist run government ideologically supportive of group rights and identity politics at the expense of the individual. Full stop. That’s ideology driven, utopian, meaning, not based upon human experience, reason and rational thinking.]

Finland approved a new Non-Discrimination Act in 2014, which entered into force at the start of this year. One result of the reform was that the Ombudsman for Minorities was replaced by a Non-Discrimination Ombudsman, who is empowered to consider a broader range of discrimination issues and advance equality in Finland.

“Most of us understand the concept of multiculturalism to mean that we possess a wide range of cultures and languages and colours. This has always been the case in Finland,” she says.

[TT: Here she describes what existed before cultural marxist thinking came into play, before entering the statist driven EU. Pimiä is the one who doesn’t understand what she’s talking about. Again, what existed before Finland got really involved with the EU (radically influenced by it)was the melting pot, after getting entangled in that tar baby, we’re now dealing with it’s multicultural ideology that has come here to roost. What an idiot.]

The interviewees say that behind the misunderstanding is a mixing up of terms and concepts – on purpose.

“Many Finns Party representatives talk about the ideology or politics of multiculturalism,” says Rastas, a sociologist and non-fiction author. “But multicultural politics only exists if that is what an issue is named. Tax money being used to fund activities for minorities could be called multicultural politics.”

[TT: The art of playing semantics. They themselves, due to ideological reasons, are playing fast and loose with terms, shifting them this way and that to confuse the listener. It’s typical leftist schadenfreude to sit there and pontificate knowing full well that you have the full weight of the state behind you, that your full of crap, and that many people are going to be hurt by all these destructive policies.]

More here.


It’s my opinion that the ideology of ”multiculturalism” is a product of an anti-enlightenment, post -modern ideological thinking, which in the end, (regardless of intentions) re-tribalizes (balkanization of) society, and therefore a de facto rejection of the nation state. Such an ideology can only exist and thrive within a society given over to statism, which is a rejection of the enlightenment, and of the individual and individual rights, for group rights and identity politics. That’s the dilemma for people pursuing so called ”equality” of outcome.

This is exactly what I’ve been saying about identity politics (a.k.a. ”group rights”), the state wittingly or unwittingly, carves up society (in the name of diversity) and pits these competing groups against each other for services.

The city council had hoped to draw minorities into the democratic process, but the groups struggled to define their individual and collective mandates. Some of them, such as the African and Caribbean People’s Movement, represented an ethnic group, whereas others, such as the Council of Black-Led Churches, were also religious. Diversity among the groups was matched by diversity within them; not all the people supposedly represented by the Bangladeshi Islamic Projects Consultative Committee, for example, were equally devout. Yet the city council’s plan effectively assigned every member of a minority to a discrete community, defined each group’s needs as a whole, and set the various organizations in competition with one another for city resources. And anyone who fell outside these defined communities was effectively excluded from the multicultural process altogether.

NOTE: This could not happen within a society that’s based solely upon safeguarding of the individual and on individual rights.

The failure of multiculturalism


The immigrants brought with them traditions and mores from their homelands, of which they were often very proud. But they were rarely preoccupied with preserving their cultural differences, nor did they generally consider culture to be a political issue. What troubled them was not a desire to be treated differently but the fact that they were treated differently. Racism and inequality, not religion and ethnicity, constituted their key concerns. In the following decades, a new generation of black and Asian activists, forming groups such as the Asian Youth Movements and the Race Today Collective, acted on those grievances, organizing strikes and protests challenging workplace discrimination, deportations, and police brutality. These efforts came to explosive climax in a series of riots that tore through the United Kingdom’s inner cities in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

At that point, British authorities recognized that unless minority communities were given a political stake in the system, tensions would continue to threaten urban stability. It was in this context that multicultural policies emerged. The state, at both the national and the local level, pioneered a new strategy of drawing black and Asian communities into the mainstream political process by designating specific organizations or community leaders to represent their interests. At its heart, the approach redefined the concepts of racism and equality. Racism now meant not simply the denial of equal rights but also the denial of the right to be different. And equality no longer entailed possessing rights that transcended race, ethnicity, culture, and faith; it meant asserting different rights because of them.

Consider the case of Birmingham, the United Kingdom’s second most populous city. In 1985, the city’s Handsworth area was engulfed by riots sparked by a simmering resentment of poverty, joblessness, and, in particular, police harassment. Two people died and dozens were injured in the violence. In the aftermath of the unrest, the city council attempted to engage minorities by creating nine so-called umbrella groups – organizations that were supposed to advocate for their members on matters of city policy. These committees decided on the needs of each community, how and to whom resources should be disbursed, and how political power should be distributed. They effectively became surrogate voices for ethnically defined fiefdoms.

The city council had hoped to draw minorities into the democratic process, but the groups struggled to define their individual and collective mandates. Some of them, such as the African and Caribbean People’s Movement, represented an ethnic group, whereas others, such as the Council of Black-Led Churches, were also religious. Diversity among the groups was matched by diversity within them; not all the people supposedly represented by the Bangladeshi Islamic Projects Consultative Committee, for example, were equally devout. Yet the city council’s plan effectively assigned every member of a minority to a discrete community, defined each group’s needs as a whole, and set the various organizations in competition with one another for city resources. And anyone who fell outside these defined communities was effectively excluded from the multicultural process altogether.

The problem with Birmingham’s policies, observed Joy Warmington, director of what was then the Birmingham Race Action Partnership (now brap), a charitable organization working to reduce inequality, in 2005, is that they ‘have tended to emphasize ethnicity as a key to entitlement. It’s become accepted as good practice to allocate resources on ethnic or faith lines. So rather than thinking of meeting people’s needs or about distributing resources equitably, organizations are forced to think about the distribution of ethnicity’ (personal interview for my book From Fatwa to Jihad). The consequences were catastrophic. In October 2005, two decades after the original Handsworth riots, violence broke out in the neighbouring area of Lozells. In 1985, Asian, black, and white demonstrators had taken to the streets together to protest poverty, unemployment, and police harassment. In 2005, the fighting was between blacks and Asians. The spark had been a rumour, never substantiated, that a group of Asian men had raped a Jamaican girl. The fighting lasted a full weekend.

handsworth songs

Why did two communities that had fought side by side in 1985 fight against each other in 2005? The answer lies largely in Birmingham’s multicultural policies. As one academic study of Birmingham’s policies observed, ‘The model of engagement through Umbrella Groups tended to result in competition between bme [black and minority ethnic] communities for resources. Rather than prioritizing needs and cross-community working, the different Umbrella Groups generally attempted to maximize their own interests.’

The council’s policies, in other words, not only bound people more closely to particular identities but also led them to fear and resent other groups as competitors for power and influence. An individual’s identity had to be affirmed as distinctive from the identities of those from other groups: being Bangladeshi in Birmingham also meant being not Irish, not Sikh, and not African Caribbean. The consequence was the creation of what the economist Amartya Sen has termed ‘plural monoculturalism’ – a policy driven by the myth that society is made up of distinct, uniform cultures that dance around one another. The result in Birmingham was to entrench divisions between black and Asian communities to such an extent that those divisions broke out into communal violence.

More here. H/T: Iivi

NOTE II: One point of criticism I have is the fact that, while I believe that the writer is being truthful about the Muslim dynamic in the piece, he doesn’t take into account outside Islamic movements/traditional islamic dynamic that drives greater separation and hegemony within european society. In other words, it’s a symbiotic relationship that’s well matched between the promoters of multicultural policies, and Islamic communities domestic and abroad.



They take to ”diversity” like a pig takes to slop.


Diversity rally gathers 15,000 in Helsinki

Dozens of Finnish political, religious, labour and cultural leaders addressed a crowd gathered to protest hate speech.

Ihmisiä monikulttuurisuutta pulustavassa mielenosoituksessa Helsingin Kansalaistorilla 28. heinäkuuta 2015.
Thousands attended the event on a sunny warm evening in central Helsinki. Image: Vesa Moilanen / Lehtikuva

Police estimate that at least 15,000 people have gathered in central Helsinki on Tuesday evening to support an open, multicultural Finland.

Organized within just a couple of days under the slogan “We Have a Dream”, the demonstration was spurred by a Facebook post on Friday night by MP Olli Immonen, a member of the Finns Party’s far-right anti-immigration wing. He called for his “fellow fighters” to battle against “the nightmare of multiculturalism” in Finland, predicting that their “enemies’…ugly bubble” would be “burst into a million little pieces”.

The event kicked off at Citizens’ Square across from the House of Parliament in downtown Helsinki at 5pm with messages from President Sauli Niinistö and former President Tarja Halonen. Niinistö expressed the hope that the event would “lead the immigration discussion in the right direction.”

Other speakers included Finland’s Chief Rabbi Simon Livson, Helsinki Lutheran Bishop Irja Askola, ex-foreign minister and former SDP chair Erkki Tuomioja, MP and former Minorities Ombudsman Eva Biaudet and Helsinki city councillor Fatbardhe Hetemaj of the conservative National Coalition Party.

Catcalls and angry chants

Timo Laaninen, secretary of PM Juha Sipilä’s Centre Party, rejected racism and hate speech – but declined to answer MC Tino Singh’s pointed question as to whether the Finns Party could remain in the government.

Also speaking was Matias Turkkila, editor of the Finns Party newspaper. He too condemned racism but faced a sea of catcalls and angry chants despite exhortations for silence and respect by Singh and co-host, comedian Ali Jahangiri.

Actor, comedian and author Antti Holma satirically performed a song using Immonen’s text as lyrics. Other performers included rock and pop stars such as J. Karjalainen, Jukka Poika, Maija Vilkkumaa and rap group Atomirotta with Finnish-Moroccan guest vocalist Manna. More are to perform at a follow-up event at the Tavastia rock club after the rally, which is expected to end around 8pm.

Halla-aho, Tuomioja in radio clash

Earlier on Tuesday, Tuomioja argued on Yle Radio 1 that the ideology behind the Nordic region’s most violent act at the hands of mass killer Anders Breivik is similar to the rhetoric practiced by Immonen and fellow Finns Party member, MEP Jussi Halla-aho. Immonen published his statement two days after the anniversary of Breivik’s Utøya attack in Norway.

For his part, Halla-aho described Immonen’s comments as ‘normal political discourse’ and said that internal party differences should be handled in-house, rather than via the media.



This interview/debate concerns the recent FB post by Finns Olli Immonen criticizing multiculturalism.

Finns Party MEP Jussi Halla-ahoJussi Halla-aho1

VS old time anti-Israel hack marxist Mr.Yellow Teeth Erkki Tuomioja

Transcription found here, translation by TT, the interview (in Finnish) can be heard here.

H/T: Vasara Hammer

Olli Seuri [OS] Yle Radio One now Ykkösaamu, a journalist Olli Seuri. Good morning! (Theme music) First Morning topics of today: the MP gets to say and what kind of private thinking of the parliamentary groups may be allowed. Jussi Halla-aho and Erkki Tuomioja are in a YLE1 morning debate in a minute.

The Finns MP Olli Immonen’s Facebook post against multiculturalism has dominated the public eye in recent days. Now, to identify where the boundaries of parliament freedom of speech, or of a suitable action. Good morning to Seinäjoki, to The Finns Party MEP Jussi Halla-aho!

Jussi Halla-aho [JHA] Good morning!

OS: And good morning, to SDP MP Erkki Tuomioja!

Erkki Tuomioja [ET] Good morning.

OS: Jussi Halla-aho, you’ve already written on Facebook THAT YOU agree with Olli Immonen that multiculturalism is an ugly bubble. As is well known, the definition of the concepts is important in this. What is it in multiculturalism that you object to?

JHA: This is a very good question, and these concepts, of course, are confused in the debate quite deliberately. Multiculturalism can be understood as a state of affairs in which … for example, in the same society a variety of cultures, linguistic, and ethnic groups live, and that is how Finland has always been, throughout the ages. But multiculturalism, which has been under discussion for the last twenty years, in which immigration has been a topical issue in Finland, so it is intended more for this kind of ideological approach to immigration: it is seen that immigration, especially exotic immigration from the third world, is seen as valuable and worth pursuing because it increases a multicultural society, and that this … this is considered like a matter worth pursuing and ignore – quite naively and in a Pollyanna-kind of way – the problems that such … such encounter of cultures in all Western societies has produced. Such as Alexander Stubb summed up in his comments on this Immonen-brouhaha, he said that “multiculturalism is an asset, and nothing more.” That this kind of multiculturalism, is the multiculturalism that Olli Immonen and I, and in my opinion The Finns party examine with a very critical eye.

OS:  Then there’s another essential question: How well does the talk of battle or soldiers which has been interpreted as aggressive fit in this context, as many, however, experience multiculturalism, as either as part of their own identity or ethnic background?

JHA: Well, now we need to bear in mind the fact that battle (‘taistelu’) – and ‘fight’ (kamppailu’)-words have always been part of political rhetoric. Finland does not have a political party or politician who would not have some connection with declared to be fighting for a cause, for, say, gender equality or human rights …

OS: What about, Jussi Halla-aho,  that one however, justified context was Olli Immonen’s activities as chairman of the Finnish Sisu and his presence with Finnish Resistance Movement members, in which case the text is interpreted in this context? Shouldn’t it too be taken into account?

JHA: Finnish Sisu is a perfectly legal, nationalist organization which I am a proud member of myself, and …

OS: Yes, what’s in question is probably not the legality, but rather the fact (JHA: But) how well such a debate tone is suited for talking about multiculturalism?

JHA: Yes, well, the question just a moment ago related to the fact of how well this fits in the Finnish Sisu context, and I answered the question just a moment ago.

OS: Yes, but I did not ask anything related to the legality, but rather that the context is taken into account. When this aggressiveness is brought up, then it is taken into account, in the Finnish Sisu context, and with the presence of Finnish resistance movement members.

JHA: Well, this occurrence with the Finnish members of the resistance movement was now rather a mistake, because it was an open event, in which there was a group photo. Olli Immonen did not know who these people were. I did not know. I might very well have happened to myself …

Erkki Tuomioja (ET):  But he put that picture up on Facebook himself! And hasn’t removed it from there! Yes, I must, I’m sorry now that I’m talking about this, but … this is indeed a question that on the outskirts a Nazi-minded gang is twirling … of course, everywhere and perhaps elsewhere than in Finland Sisu circles can such activities be seen, which raises very unsavory associations, and recalls a very violent and… and anti-diversity ideology.

OS: So, Erkki Tuomioja. Indeed, you mentioned this Nazi spirit: that kind of language is not used without warning. Why should it be, or why is it time now to use it in your opinion?

ET:  Precisely because of the Finnigh defence movement openly does not in any way deny that it is a Nazi movement in the least. On the contrary,it prides itself on it. And yes, I think if a MP appears in the same picture with them, so yes it is a very clear message, and the message is also read abroad, in such a way that “Aha, here is this kind of Nazi outfit”. And even in True Finns sister parties elsewhere in Europe, such activity would be addressed. So far, no one in The Finns party has addressed it.

OS: Jussi Halla-aho, please answer briefly.

JHA: Well, while abroad no one came to speak to me about any Nazi sympathising. I think that, yes, Member of Parliament Tuomioja himself as a foreign minister and acting with his pro-Russian, views, and with a general anti-American ideology has caused a lot of resentment and more attention. This, I have heard in conversations abroad with foreign colleagues.

OS: Erkki Tuomioja?

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This rally is being planned by the enemies of the Finns party, which is vocally outspoken about being against multiculturalism, a highly destructive (post enlightenment tribalist) ideology.

No doubt every leftist they can muster in Helsinki (which is loaded with them) will be present, included those who are vociferously anti-Jewish state. That the bishop and rabbi of Helsinki will participate is a shame, and the term, sadly, ”useful stooges” comes to mind.

Mass Demonstration Against Racism in Helsinki on Tuesday



“Multiculturalism is a difficult subject, but the one who doesn’t learn it has no future in the world,” the former foreign minister Erkki Tuomioja (SDP) said in a bulletin.

Many front row artists, including Anssi Kela, Maija Vilkkumaa, Anna Puu and Paleface are going to perform at the event and many politicians, sportsmen and influential people are going to hold speeches.

“I dream of a world where there is no room for hate speech and we can be proud of this aspect in Finland as well,” said Tuomioja.

More here.

NOTE: There Is No Such Thing as ‘Hate Speech’

Do we really want jackass hack politicians like Erkki (I need a shave and whiter teeth) Tuomioja telling us what is allowable speech? Really?


Like I keep saying, YLE is a hard Leftist hack run organization that is not a real news media outlet. and that solely exists upon the forced participation of the Finnish taxpayer to promote the agenda of status quo.

yle propaganda

YLE: Finns MPs react to racism:

Reactions to MP Olli Immonen’s racist remarks on Facebook have filled the headlines in Finnish media for three days straight, with Finns Party chair Timo Soini speaking out at last on Monday. This morning’s papers feature the verbatum reactions of Immonen’s fellow MPs – who top daily Helsingin Sanomat says are “confused” by their colleague’s “warlike” rhetoric.

What Finns MP actually said mirrors the political rhetoric in US politics:

“I’m dreaming of a strong, brave nation that will defeat this nightmare called multiculturalism. This ugly bubble that our enemies live in, will soon enough burst into a million little pieces. Our lives are entwined in a very harsh times. These are the days, that will forever leave a mark on our nations future. I have strong belief in my fellow fighters. We will fight until the end for our homeland and one true Finnish nation. The victory will be ours.”

The long knives are out and the Finns Party’s political opposition are out for blood, and will lie, twist, obfuscate and will smear them any which way the can for the maximum political leverage that they can draw out of them.

NOTE: Mark Levin on his radio broadcast (30.1.2014) reviews the speech given by Democrat Leftist, Governor Lamm, at the 2004 Immigration-Overpopulation Conference in Washington, D.C.. Levin points out the prescient observation by Lamm, in how his fellow Leftists could destroy America if it really wanted to, by swamping it with with massive amounts of immigrants using multiculturalism as its model. The very same can be said of Europe, which has been using the multicultural model for some time now and with devastating effects.


The anti-Enlightenment juggernaut continues. 

Most of the useful stooges are either completely ignorant of what ”multiculturalism” really stands for, (a post-modern ideology that returns society to tribalism) or are just out to knee cap a MP (and party) with whom they are in opposition to.

NOTE: Nothing Olli Immonen said was either ”controversial” nor grounds (under Finnish law) for a civil suit against him for inciting hatred. The iron triangle of the political status quo, media and academy are sharpening their knives and spinning the situation for their own political advantage for maintaining the status quo.

Soini breaks silence over rogue MP’s statement

A call by a far-right Finns Party MP to battle against the “nightmare of multiculturalism” has sparked a criminal complaint and a plans for a pro-diversity rally.

Yhdistelmäkuvassa ovat Timo Soini ja Sampo Terho vierekkäin.

Timo Soini (left) passed off responsibility for handling the latest Immonen incident to group leader Sampo Terho (right). Image: Yle

Finns Party chair and Deputy Prime Minister Timo Soini has finally broken his silence over an inflammatory Facebook post denouncing multiculturalism by ultranationalist MP Olli Immonen.

Over the weekend the 29-year-old MP posted an English-language statement calling on his “fellow fighters” to “fight until the end” against “this nightmare of multiculturalism” in Finland. In an interview with the Lännen Media newspaper group on Monday, Immonen denied that he had timed the posting to coincide with last week’s anniversary of Norway’s Utøya massacre.

Despite the furore, the vacationing Soini had remained unavailable for comment since last week.

On Monday evening, the tabloid Ilta-Sanomat published an exclusive interview with Soini, who spoke with a reporter at a petrol station in Kiikoinen, near his holiday home between Tampere and Pori.

Soini declined to speculate on whether Immonen would be asked to step down from the party or Parliament.

“Immonen forgot group solidarity”

“The parliamentary group led by Sampo Terho will decide on that later,” he said. “I think they will go over him with a fine-toothed comb.”

Soini, who co-founded the party 20 years ago, added: “It’s also important that our party understands that, whether something is good or bad, that they don’t always have to coming running around my feet. In other words the party has to grow to adulthood, which means that parliamentary group matters are handled in the parliamentary group.”

In June, when Immonen posed with members of a neo-Nazi group, Soini similarly deferred handling of it to Terho.

The party chair said he believed that the timing of Immonen’s statement, two days after the Utøya massacre anniversary, was a coincidence.

“This is not good for the party’s reputation,” Soini admitted, adding that “Immonen forgot group solidarity.”

Comments spur criminal complaint

Earlier on Monday the National Bureau of Investigation tweeted that it had received a criminal investigation request from a private individual over the statement.

However professors of law Dan Frände of Helsinki University and Matti Tolvanen of the University of Eastern Finland told Yle that Immonen’s statement is too vaguely worded to meet the definition of hate speech, noting that he does not specifically target any groups or individuals.

Demo set for Tuesday

On Tuesday Finnish politicians and pop stars will lead a pro-multiculturalism demonstration in downtown Helsinki. Most of the politicians scheduled to speak represent opposition parties, such as former SDP chair and foreign minister Erkki Tuomioja. However organiser Aleksi Pahkala told Yle Radio 1 on Monday afternoon that all parties had been invited to send representatives.

At least three from government parties will speak: Fatbardhe Hetemaj, a Kosovo-born Helsinki city councillor from the conservative National Coalition Party, Matias Turkkila, editor of the Finns Party newspaper, and Centre Party secretary Timo Laaninen.

Other speakers will include Lutheran Bishop Irja Askola and the Chief Rabbi of Finland, Simon Livson.

The hastily-arranged event begins at 5 pm at Kansalaistori (“Citizens’ Square”) behind the Helsinki Music Centre and across from the House of Parliament. Organisers expect at least 11,000 people to attend. Billed as “a demonstration on behalf of an open, multi-cultural Finland,” the event’s slogan is “We Have a Dream” — playing on both Martin Luther King Jr’s 1963 “I Have a Dream” speech and Immonen’s use of the words “dream” and “nightmare”.

Similar events will also be held simultaneously in the cities of Tampere and Oulu at least.

Sources Yle, Ilta-Sanomat, Lännen Media