Posts Tagged: Soldiers of Odin

Soldiers of Odin pull a fast one or find understanding from the Finnish police

Charges against the far-right vigilante group Soldiers of Odin could be dropped if they neutralize the impact of the video that incited violence against suspected migrants and Muslims, according to Detective Chief Inspector Pekka Hätönen, reported MTV.

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Facebook Soldiers of Odin: Now you see it but not all of it because something is missing

After Facebook temporarily shut the far-right Soldiers of Odin site, it is back up but the violent video the vigilante group posted is no longer there. 

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Facebook Soldiers of Odin: Before you saw it, now you don’t

It worked! I don’t know if it was because of me, and I am certain that many complained to Facebook about a far-right Soldiers of Odin posting. The video threatened acts of violence about how the pedophile hunting season started. 

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Facebook Soldiers of Odin: Asylum seeker and migrant hunting season have kicked off…

Far-right vigilante group Soldiers of Odin want to take the law in their hands by hunting pedophiles. After a bla-bla-bla Finnish macho rant, one of the vigilante members takes a club and starts threatening suspected “paedophiles,” which is a word used to mean asylum seekers. The masked vigilante warns in the video: “Pedophiles and raunchy

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Far-right vigilante group Soldiers of Odin provokes migrants in East Helsinki

Without anything better to do than to provoke visible migrants, some 30 members of the far-right Soldiers of Odin were seen at East Helsinki’s Puhos shopping mall on Monday, according to a video by Finnish Somalimedia Warsan.

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Soldiers of Odin expand to Finland’s Åland Islands

I ran across a story in Seura about the far-right vigilante group, Soldiers of Odin, starting a chapter in Finland’s Åland Islands. Migrant Tales has wondered in a number of stories the Finnish media’s fascination with far-right and racist groups like the Soldiers of Odin.  But it’s not only the media that gives space and exposure to

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For some asylum seekers Kemi, Finland, is a dangerous place after 8 pm on Saturdays

Some asylum seekers in the northern Finnish city of Kemi claim that they do not leave their homes after eight pm on Saturdays because it’s too dangerous. One asylum seeker, who got a residence permit, said that this was advice that he received from the Red Cross.

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We have only to blame ourselves for the rise of vigilante gangs, racism and fascism in Finland

                                                                                              Shortly, we’ll look at this period as the

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