Magneettimedia editor and owner Juha Kärkkäinen has been fined by a Finnish court 45,000 euros for publishing anti-Semitic writings of Ted Pike, David Duke and others as well as cartoons that bear a striking resemblance to the former Nazi tabloid, Der Strümer (1923-45), reports Lahti-based Etelä-Suomen Sanomat.
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The court ruled that the writings published fall in the category of hate speech and propaganda against Jews.
Kärkkänen, however, denied the charges. He said the writings weren’t libelous or defamatory.
Numerous anti-Semitic articles have been published in previous issues of Magneettimedia. These include:
- The Jews Who Control the Media
- Who Owns the Media in 2012?
- A Great Video Shows What a Cheat Albert Einstein Really Was!
- Zionist Terrorism in Norway
- CNN, Goldman Sachs and Zionist Control
- How to Break Down and Dominate the Zionists
Meanwhile, former Perussuomalaiset (PS) MP, James Hirvisaari, accused on a blog entry the Finnish government of committing genocide against its people.
“Multiculturalism is one of the death weapons [to commit genocide],” he wrote. “With crude lies like “internationalization,” “aiding,” and – which is ridiculous – “to save Finnish jobs,” Finns are clearly misled to believe that the only option is the death of Finland.”
This kind of writing is being spread by the Muutos 2011 MP.
While Hirvisaari is one of a few MPs with far-right anti-immigration views, how much hostility spills to the street from his racist diatribe? How many Finns, with low self-esteem and multiculturally challenged like him, are “inspired” by his message of hate?
There is no reason why anyone living in this country should take sitting down Hirvisaari’s and Kärkkäinen’s call to hate minorities.
Our reaction to intolerance should be first and foremost a reaction.