Viekää ruumiitkin, ettei pyhä maa saastu!

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Sira Moksi Sipilä lähettää lapsen

Suomen valtio, siis sitä hallitsevat poliitikot ja virkamiehet sisäministeriössä ja maahanmuuttovirastossa, ovat tänään karkottamassa Suomesta äidin ja sylivauvan. Perheen toinen lapsi on haudattu Suomeen. Äiti ja kuumeinen vauva vangittiin pakkopalautusta varten viime tiistaina.

Mikä voi olla sellainen syy, jonka nojalla sairas lapsi viedään vankeuteen? Vainoa paennut äiti kuljetetaan pakolla maahan, missä hänellä ei ole mitään turvaverkkoja. Luonnollisesti yksityiskoneella, jotta kunnon ihmiset eivät joudu katsomaan muukalaisen hätää.

Onko tämä Suomen, äidin ja lapsen etu? Onko Suomen puhdasverisillä naisilla nyt enemmän tilaa synnyttää suomalaisia lapsia?

Suomeen jää tämän äidin pieni lapsi, joka makaa arkussa mullan alla. Poliisi ei salli äidin käydä haudalla ennen lähtöä ja pakkopalautetuille määrätään kahden vuoden maahantulokielto.

Eikö Suomen pitämiseksi puhtaan valkoisena myös vieraan väristen ruumiit pitäisi pakkopalauttaa omaistensa mukana? Näin vältetään pyhän kristillisen mullan saastuminen ja torjutaan vetovoimatekijöitä ja vääriä huhuja siitä, että Suomi-neidon sylissä olisi lapsen hyvä maatua.

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YLE coverage of sexual assaults committed by white Finns and migrants is unbalanced, racialized and opinionated

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The bias and racialization of sexual abuse cases are best exposed by Yle’s Finnish-language service. On March 27, Finns read about a pedophile ring made up by five white Finnish suspects accused of sexually abusing 6-15-year-old boys. The story about the cases lasted only a week in the news with 7 stories being published by Yle.

Contrarily, the sexual abuse cases involving migrant suspects in Oulu totalled a whopping 77 stories from November 27 to February 13.

If there is a good example of shoddy, racialized and opinionated reporting by Yle, these latter two cases expose serious issue at the state-owned broadcaster. Yle reporters and management should get training to come to grips with their prejudices and racism.

Below are some stories published by Finnish- and English-langauge service of Yle and statements by the Oulu police:


VIOLENT PEDOPHILE CHILD PORNOGRAPHY RING BY WHITE FINNS WAS IN THE FINNISH- AND ENGLISH-LANGUAGE NEWS FOR A WEEK AND COVERED IN 7 STORIES: 

3.4. Pedofiiliringin epäilty yritti välttää vankilan yllättävillä syillä – “Vankilassa on vaikeaa tehdä bisnestä, lentoliputkin hankittu Jenkkeihin”

29.3. Psykiatri Hannu Lauerma maata järkyttäneestä seksuaalirikosvyyhdistä: “Ei ole yllätys, että tällaista toimintaa on myös Suomessa

29.3. Pedofiilijutun pääepäilty teki “peruna- ja puikulakauppaa” huumekuriirin kanssa – tällainen mies on luontoyrittäjä ja kirkkovaltuutettu

28.3. Poliisi lapsiin kohdistuvasta seksuaalirikollisuudesta: ”Tämä karkaa käsistä, jos emme herää”

27.3. KRP epäilee: Viisi suomalaista mukana kansainvälisessä lapsipornoringissä – kuvissa suomalaisten lasten väkivaltaista hyväksikäyttöä

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QUOTE OF THE DAY: The police’s and media’s double standards and racial baises

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“We read about two cases involving 10-year-old girls who were attacked and were not white and Muslims. In the case of Oulu, where the police were especially active together with Yle and other media in racializing the sexual assault cases, should we be surprised that this way of looking at things is a one-way street? 

The actions of the police and the media expose double standards that show in turn their racial and ethnic biases.” 

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10-year-old girl beaten by adolescents in Vantaa, Finland, for not being white

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A new case of a 10-year-old girl being beaten allegedly because of her Muslim background reported today by the police and television station MTV. The last case, which also involved a 10-year-old Muslim girl, happened just before Christmas in the suburb of Espoo.

According to MTV, the mother of the victim said that a fifteen-year-old girl had asked her daughter if she were a Muslim. “[My] daughter did not answer her question when the 15-year-old had told my daughter that she would end up in hell where Satan would rape her,” the upset mother said.

Accoding to the police, the girl was attacked and beaten by four to five suspects.

While onlookers did nohing to stop the fight, a woman came to the rescue and took the girl to her car where she called the police and an ambulance.

The girl did no sustain any serious injuries but was clearly traumatized by the incident, accoring to MTV.

What is interesting to watch now is what the police will say and if they decide this should be treated as a hate crime.


 

Read the original statement (in Finnish) here.

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S-worldview: The Islamophobic snake vampire of Finland

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The Islamophobic snake vampire. Can you spot the Islamophobes? Timo Soini, Jussi Halla-aho, Sampo Terho, Teuvo Hakkarainen, Junes Lokka, Tiina Wiik, Laura Huhtasaari, Wille Rydman, Atte Kaleva, Ville Tavio, Simon Elo, Juho Eerola, and Olli Immonen. Should we be surprised that most of them represent the Perussuomalaiset* and Blue Reform parties? 

The Perussuomalaiset (PS) party imploded on June 13, 2017, into two factions, the PS and New Alternative, which is now called Blue Reform. Despite the name changes, we believe that it is the same party in different clothing. Both factions are hostile to cultural diversity never mind Muslims and other visible minorities. One is more open about it while the other says it in a different way.

A direct translation of Perussuomalaiset in English would be something like “basic” or “fundamental Finn.” Official translations of the Finnish name of the party, such as Finns Party or True Finns, promote in our opinion nativist nationalism and racism. We, therefore, at Migrant Tales prefer to use in our postings the Finnish name of the party once and after that the acronym PS.

 

The sooner we admit that the Perussuomalaiset is a far-right extremist party the better for our democracy

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Why is it so difficult for the national media in Finland to acknowledge that the Perussuomalaiset (PS)* party is a far-right political fringe group? This was further confirmed on Monday when Italy’s far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini announced a political alliance to challenge the EU.

Right, you guessed correctly. The PS, together with other far-right groups like the Danish People’s Party (DPP), Germany’s AfD and Lega Nord of Italy, announced that they’d form a political alliance in the EU.

Even if this is news, it is actually old news. The PS has forged throughout the years strong ties with a number of far-right parties like the DPP. where they get their most extremist ideas about migration policy.

Remember PS MP Ville Tavio, who suggested a while back that the PS should form an alliance with France’s far-right Front National?

The PS’ connections and ideological compatibility with the European far right, even neo-Nazi groups, is not news. It is a fact that has been around for a long time but which the media and other political groups have had a hard time admitting.

If we admit it, what does it say about our country, political system and ourselves as a nation? Some correctly call it denial with the help of Finnish exceptionalism.

Oulu Silvennoinen is a researcher on Finland’s far right. He does not vacillate when it comes to calling the PS for what it is: a party with fraternal ties with far-right parties. Silennoinen tweets below: “The PS in its present form [and] is a far-right party agenda which acts and whose modus operandi functions in accordance with the models of the international far right.”

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Sonia Maria Koo: EU freedoms paralyzed by Finnish xenophobia

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Finnish election campaigns make it hard to stay calm even for a tax-paying, diligent, well-educated and fluent in local language EU-citizen with two decades of history in this inward-turning country showing more and more its ugly face of xenophobia and hatred.

In a country which makes you wonder nearly every day if it actually joined the European Union over 20 years ago and ever implemented the basic freedom of movement, Perussuomalaiset* (PS) party Chairperson Jussi Halla-aho expresses concern regarding the incoming and outgoing workforce flows between Finland and other EU member states.

Read more on the topic here.

How “free” has that flow been? It is still absolutely an exception that a skilled EU citizen would come to work for a company in Finland. Not even exchange-student graduates succeed in finding employment other than menial jobs like janitors after their studies end. Many of them must seek professional careers in other Western countries or back home rather than stay in Finland.

Plans to attract foreign qualified workers are delegated to work groups formed by Finnish politicians and public servants and not allowing foreigners to speak for themselves. A unique phenomenon a foreigner faces is that a Finn always knows better than an immigrant and what the immigrant ought to “feel.” Chewing through theory with no practical results brings an outcome that unemployment among qualified immigrants remains high in this country.

The language barrier is a fake pretext for keeping people unemployed. The real reason is Finns’ low tolerance for otherness. Most companies are too afraid to embrace the knowledge from diversity provided by someone not holding a degree and fitting into the narrow Finnish box.

Past years have shown that even education and work experience acquired abroad by Finns is poorly recognized if that person returns to Finland. Such people need their own support groups. It is as if living abroad was an impairment on their ability to handle working life. Knowhow flows unused through the stiff fingers of Finnish intolerance and fear. It is a fear of promoting local mediocrity at the cost of foreign smartness.

PS leader Halla-aho also fears that the brain drain in Finland is causing many educated Finns to move away from the “world’s happiest country.” To make matters worse, many have good chances to find employment in other countries that are smart enough to embrace diversity. Not Finland though.

A poll by the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) showed a lot of concern in Finland about its locally educated workforce moving away from the country while immigration flows remain low. This scenario is exacerbated by the ever-growing ageing population posing problems in the near future. For more information on this go here.

So at least one of Halla-aho’s observations is correct. Also, educated Finns will more and more use their authentic EU freedoms to leave a sinking ship called Finland.

The Perussuomalaiset (PS) party imploded on June 13, 2017, into two factions, the PS and New Alternative, which is now called Blue Reform. Despite the name changes, we believe that it is the same party in different clothing. Both factions are hostile to cultural diversity never mind Muslims and other visible minorities. One is more open about it while the other says it in a different way.

A direct translation of Perussuomalaiset in English would be something like “basic” or “fundamental Finn.” Official translations of the Finnish name of the party, such as Finns Party or True Finns, promote in our opinion nativist nationalism and racism. We, therefore, at Migrant Tales prefer to use in our postings the Finnish name of the party once and after that the acronym PS.