A-studio 7.11.2011 TV1 klo 21:00: Onko perussuomalaisilla yhteyksiä äärijärjestöihin?

by , under All categories, Enrique

It would be interesting to have a debate on Migrant Tales after the A-studio report today at 9pm that asks if the PS has connections to far right groups.

If this question were asked of Migrant Tales the answer would be a definite yes. Some extremist organizations that come to mind are Suomen Sisu and blogs like The Gates of Vienna, where PS MP Jussi Halla-aho written.

Even though far right associations are bonded ideologically by anti-EU, anti-immigration and especially anti-Muslim sentiment, they are the same beast that roamed the political landscape in the before and after 1930s. Some call these groups Counter-Jihadists whose ideas were used by mass killers like Anders Breivik in Norway.

  1. Enrique

    Was there anything new in the program that was aired today by A-studio at 9pm? For one, the Supo official they interviewed said that in his opinion Suomen Sisu wasn’t a Nazi-spirited association but an extremist one. Suomen Sisu is different from Suomen Kansallinen Vastarinta (SKV), which is a neo-Nazil association. If, however, we look at Suomen Sisu and SKV one matter unites them: their loathing of “multiculturalism” and foreigners and Finns having children. Aren’t these type of racial views “Nazi spirited” or at least “Klu Klux Klan spirited?” Perussuomalaiset (PS) party MP Juho Eerola, said contrarily that he did not consider Suomen Sisu even an extremist association. In my opinion, Ulla Pyysalo and Eerola showed how low one can stoop and try to wiggle one’s way out of a very embarrassing situation. Pyysal is Eerola’s aide in parliament. Pyysalo’s name was found on an SKV membership list.

    • Enrique

      If this would have taken place in Finland and was about the Finnish media, I’d speak about the toothless reporting about racism and racists in this country and accepting their message of hatred. They did a poor job at defending people’s human rights and dignity in this country.

      Thanks to @LauraMeriluoto for the heads up!

    • Enrique

      Let’s drop the i-word and sign the pledge!

      Professor Robert Smith: ”Illegal functions like a racial epithet. It’s a way of legitimizing violence against a particular group of people because of what they are. That the definition of a hate crime.”

  2. BlandaUpp

    I was extremely disturbed by the program. I didn’t know these Nazis were openly waving their flags in our cities. In fact, I am still in shock.