Far right Olli Immonen is a thankless MP to the PS and Timo Soini

by , under Enrique Tessieri

Some politicians, like Perussuomalaiset (PS)* MP Olli Immonen, live in a bubble inflated by their rhetoric and delusions. We got a taste of his hateful ideology in July, when he declared war on “the nightmare of multiculturalism” and how he vowed “his fighters” will “fight until the end for our homeland.”

What on earth does he mean by “our” homeland?

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: This country was never yours, Olli Immonen. It never was, isn’t, and will never be yours to claim. 

The far right politician is at it again pumping those foul gases in his bubble on a new Facebook post about a seminar organized today by Nazi-spirited Suomen Sisu.

Immonen now writes:

“The situation in Finland is at this moment catastrophic and we must think of ways in which (white) Finns can become more involved with our people, our culture and protect this country from the ever-growing threats it faces. It’s clear that just voting in parliamentary elections every four years isn’t enough to change course of how things are developing.”

Sure, Immonen, you go right ahead and have your “seminar” but don’t forget to thank the party and its head, Timo Soini, who made it possible for the likes of you and others like MEP Jussi Halla-aho and former MP James Hirvisaari to have a political platform for your racism and far right ideology. 

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Your example shows what Migrant Tales has been saying all along and which Foreign Minister Soini still doesn’t get: You cannot keep people like you on a short leash or use racism and bigotry to opportunistically seek votes. One day that dog will bite back, and hard, like Anders Breivik did on 22/7.

Finland has already woken up to your hatred and racism.

I’m confident that it will only be a matter of time when you and your Suomen Sisu will shrivel up for good.

The Finnish name of the Finns Party is the Perussuomalaiset (PS). The English-language names adopted by the PS, like True Finns or Finns Party, promote in our opinion nativist nationalism and xenophobia. We therefore prefer to use the Finnish name of the party on our postings.

    • BlandaUpp

      @PS voter
      Since when does Finland belong to the PS? Who died and made Halla-aho and Immonen masters of Finnish culture and identity? PS has the support of less than 20% of the population. They don’t represent Finland.