Finland: Gay man on trial for warning about Islam on Facebook

Finland: Gay man on trial for warning about Islam on Facebook:

The charges relate to Facebook postings Tynkkynen made about Muslims and Islam.

Finns Party gay politician Sebastian Tynkkynen commented in November that “Christianity is the only religion that can be criticised and even disparaged in Finland.” Three Finns Party politicians are now in Finland court over alleged online hate speech against Muslims for their comments about jihad attacks.

Tynkkynen dissolved into tears at the Oulu District Court as he delivered his closing statement during his trial for incitement to religious hatred. Tynkkynen said that as a politician and Christian he could defend himself no further.

Meanwhile, gays are being thrown off rooftops by Islamic State jihadists. Near the Orlando massacre at the Pulse gay nightclub, an imam preached about the Islamic duty to kill gays. The walls are closing in on the West, as Sharia police continue to silence Westerners by replacing our freedom of speech with Sharia penal codes, with leftists’ eager help. Non-Muslims who dare to express their thoughts about jihad attacks and the gross human rights violations committed in the name of Islam are being increasingly singled out for witch-hunts.

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Basic Income Arrives: Finland To Hand Out Guaranteed Income Of €560 To Lucky Citizens

Basic Income Arrives: Finland To Hand Out Guaranteed Income Of €560 To Lucky Citizens:

Just over a year ago, we reported that in what was set to be a pilot experiment in “universal basic income”, Finland would become the first nation to hand out “helicopter money” in the form of cash directly to a select group of citizens.

As of January 1, 2017, the experiment in “basic income” has officially begun, with Finland becoming the first country in Europe to pay its unemployed citizens the guaranteed monthly sum of 560 euros ($587), in a “unique social experiment which is hoped to cut government red tape, reduce poverty and boost employment.” According to Olli Kangas from the Finnish government agency KELA, which is responsible for the country’s social benefits, the two-year trial with the 2,000 randomly picked citizens who starting on the first day of the year, will receive a guaranteed income, with funds that will keep flowing whether participants work or not.

The money, which is guaranteed regardless of income, wealth or employment status, is well below the average private sector income in Finland of €3,500 per month, but is still revolutionary in its broad-sweeping approach and will be closely watched by economists around the globe for its social consequences.

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Several people seriously injured as car plows into crowd in Finland

Several people seriously injured as car plows into crowd in Finland:

Up to seven people were injured when a car plowed into a crowd in the eastern part Helsinki, Finland’s capital. Police say that nothing indicates the incident was intentional, however.

No one was killed in the collision, but at least three people were taken to hospitals in critical condition, Finnish media report, citing police sources. At the same time, Helsinki’s rescue services department said that two women and one man were seriously injured, while another man received light injuries, Finnish M TV Channel reports.

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Finland Unleashes Helicopter Money In “Greatest Societal Transformation Of Our Time”

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Finland Unleashes Helicopter Money In “Greatest Societal Transformation Of Our Time”:

The below article was posted by Mikko Annala on demoshelsinki.fi:

Finland is about to launch an experiment in which a randomly selected group of 2,000–3,000 citizens already on unemployment benefits will begin to receive a monthly basic income of 560 euros (approx. $600). That basic income will replace their existing benefits. The amount is the same as the current guaranteed minimum level of Finnish social security support. The pilot study, running for two years in 2017-2018, aims to assess whether basic income can help reduce poverty, social exclusion, and bureaucracy, while increasing the employment rate.

The Finnish government introduced its legislative bill for the experiment on 25 August. Originally, the scope of the basic income experiment was much more ambitious. Many experts have criticized the government’s experiment for its small sample size and for the setup of the trial, which will be performed within just one experimental condition. This implies that the experiment can provide insights on only one issue, namely whether the removal of the disincentives embedded in social security will encourage those now unemployed to return to the workforce or not.

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Finland showdown with Brussels after Finns rule 77% of Iraqi migrants could be sent home

Finland showdown with Brussels after Finns rule 77% of Iraqi migrants could be sent home:

FINLAND is facing a showdown with Brussels over its border policies after ruling three quarters of recent Iraqi asylum seekers are economic migrants and unveiling plans to send them home.

The Scandinavian state has taken a tough stance on new arrivals from Iraq, Afghanistan and Somalia after officially declaring the three ‘safe countries’.The rule change has allowed Finnish ministers to deny 77 per cent of asylum applications from Iraqis last month, with those migrants now set to be deported back to the Middle East. 

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Civil Uprising Escalates As 8th EU Nation Threatens Referendum

H/t reader squodgy:

“It may be the title of the latest Hollywood frightened series, but it is also an appropriate title for the pandemic hitting Europe…….CONTAGION…..”


Civil Uprising Escalates As 8th EU Nation Threatens Referendum:

It appears, just as we warned, that Brexit was indeed the first of many dominoes. Even before the Brexit result, a poll by Ipsos Mori showed that the majority of people in France and Italy want to at least have a referendum on leaving:

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Meanwhile, over 40% of Swedes, Poles, and Belgians are in the same boat.

But now, as Martin Armstrong notes, Brussels simply went too far. They cross the line moving from an economic union to a political subordination of Europe. Now eight more countries want to hold referendums to exit the EU – France, Holland, Italy, Austria, Finland, Hungary, Portugal, and Slovakia all could leave.

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Migrant rape fears spread across Europe: Women told not to go out at night alone after assaults carried out in Sweden, Finland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland amid warnings gangs are co-ordinating attacks

Migrant rape fears spread across Europe: Women told not to go out at night alone after assaults carried out in Sweden, Finland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland amid warnings gangs are co-ordinating attacks

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Alaska, Finland, China, Russia, New York State JUNE SNOW – Video

Alaska, Finland, China, Russia, New York State JUNE SNOW – Video:

Crop Losses Follow

Rare Snowstorms abound across the planet. Mid-June and every continent received snow across both hemispheres. Record snows in Argentina/Chile, New York state, Russia, China, Finland

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Rare June Snow In Lapland

Snow in Lapland:

Video – Rare June snow covered summer lawns and flower beds.

9 June 2016 – The Finnish Meteorological Institute official findings snowfall at Inari Saariselkä the amount of snow was 8 centimeters and at Rovaniemi airport five centimeters, says YLE meteorologist Matti Huutonen.

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Migrant Crisis: HELSINKI, Finland: Migrant Rapists Charged

11/03/2016 – HELSINKI, Finland – Migrant rapists charged

Three men from Syria, and one from Iraq have been charged in court for their part in a gang rape in Helsinki railway station in November last year. Three of the men are described as being in their twenties while a fourth is around 40 years old. The victim is described as being a female “young adult”, reports Svenska.

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Euro migrant crisis WILL get worse: Finland, joins Hungary and Greece in refugee warnings

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Euro migrant crisis WILL get worse: Finland, joins Hungary and Greece in refugee warnings:

FINLAND has become the latest country to warn of mass increases in the migration crisis with officials saying asylum applications will rise six-fold this year.

It comes after Hungary prime minister Viktor Orban described the European Union’s response to the crisis as “absurd” saying it was making no effort to thwart the influx. to protect the state from increasing numbers of migrants.

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Migrant rape fears spread across Europe: Women told not to go out at night alone after assaults carried out in Sweden, Finland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland amid warnings gangs are co-ordinating attacks

The assaults have been coordinated.

Possibly a test for what is coming.

This engineered migrant crisis is brought to you by TPTB.


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Migrant rape fears spread across Europe: Women told not to go out at night alone after assaults carried out in Sweden, Finland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland amid warnings gangs are co-ordinating attacks:

  • Sweden has issued warnings to women to be wary of potential attacks 
  • 15 young women have reported being groped by men in Kalmar, Sweden
  • Austrian police have come under fire after claims attacks were covered-up
  • Finnish police say they have information that the attacks are co-ordinated
  • Vienna’s police chief advises women not to go out on the streets alone
  • Cologne police chief Wolfgang Albers relieved of his duties over handling of New Year’s Eve sex attacks 

Security authorities are growing increasingly concerned by the rising number of sex attacks by gangs of migrants which appear to be spreading across Europe.

Finland and Sweden today became the latest European countries to issue warnings to women to be wary of the threat of sex attacks following fresh reports of sexual assaults in the last week, while the Viennese police chief adviced women not to go outside alone in Vienna.

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And Now The Weather …

A polar bear family playing on the ice

It was so cold in Minnesota that camera batteries froze:

The Seahawks/Viking game on Sunday started at -6 F (-21 C) at the stadium with a -25 (-31 C) wind chill.

Record cold in Finland

Heavy snowfall in Central Russia

Heavy snow paralyzes St. Petersburg

Heavy snowfall in South-West Iceland

Heavy snowfall returns to central Turkey – 39 unreachable villages

Major snowstorm hits southern, central Finland

Snow chaos in Finland

Freezing air heading to Northern Europe:

Polar vortex on the way. Icy nucleus for Europe.

Iran – Snow and blizzards in 12 provinces

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Helsinki police: Asylum seekers harassed women on NYE, mass assault possibly planned

Helsinki police: Asylum seekers harassed women on NYE, mass assault possibly planned:

Women in the Finnish capital of Helsinki have become the latest victims of sexual harassment by the migrant community. Police have revealed a number of attacks that took place over the New Year period.

“Police have received information about three cases of sexual assault, of which two have been filed as complaints,” Helsinki police said of the attacks, which occurred at the city’s main train station on New Year’s Eve.

Women were targeted in an area where around 1,000 mainly Iraqi asylum seekers were celebrating the coming of 2016.

“The suspects were asylum seekers. The three were caught and taken into custody on the spot,” Helsinki Deputy Police Chief Ilkka Koskimaki told AFP.

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Finland’s Foreign Minister Says Country Should Have Never Joined The Euro

Finland’s Foreign Minister Says Country Should Have Never Joined The Euro:

Finnish Foreign Minister Timo Soini – who once implored eurocrats to just be “honest” and admit that the Greek bailout “isn’t going to work” – blames the euro for his country’s economic woes and warns that if Brussels can’t devise a viable strategy for controlling the influx of asylum seekers, “nation states will be forced to take matters into their own hands.”

And So It Begins: Desperate Finland Set To Unleash Helicopter Money Drop To All Citizens

It Begins: Desperate Finland Set To Unleash Helicopter Money Drop To All Citizens:

Over the last few months, in a prime example of currency failure and euro-defenders’ narratives, Finland has been sliding deeper into depression. Almost 7 years into the the current global expansion, Finland’s GDP is 6pc below its previous peak. As The Telegraph reports, this is a deeper and more protracted slump than the post-Soviet crash of the early 1990s, or the Great Depression of the 1930s. And so, having tried it all, Finnish authorities are preparing to unleash “helicopter money” to save their nation by giving every citizen a tax-free payout of around $900 each month!