We all remember the day on August 18, 2017. At that time, Finland took a step towards a multicultural dream and joined the new European norm.
A Moroccan terrorist murdered two women in the name of his God at the Turku Market Square and wounded several other people. He had come from a safe Germany to Finland as an asylum seeker. His radical behavior was reported to the police, but the clue was not responded to.
Three years have passed and the jihadist has spent two years in our prison. There are about 13 years left of his sentence. The Finnish government has done nothing to prevent similar acts from taking place. Instead, the feelings written or uttered by ordinary Finnish people are condemned as hate speech and racism.
In addition to committing Finland to the open border policy with the GCM agreement, the new government will assist the families of Isis fighters in arriving in Finland.
This spring, an anarchist riot was marred around the world to mourn the death of a black criminal convicted of beatings, robberies, drugs and illegal weapons around the world, which thousands of Finns have supported by joining the BLM protests.
This year, the dream of traitors of their own people and strangers living in Finland has approached its peak. Finns are on their knees in front of a group of people raised to their feet on the basis of ethnicity and demand the disarmament of the authorities. With the encouragement of the state, even in Finland, human lives have now been divided into important and less important ones, and riots and violence are justified in the name of multiculturalism.
In recent years, innocent bystanders have died in dozens of jihadist terrorist attacks across Europe. According to Nordic statistics, crimes committed by people with a foreign background have grown exponentially. In Finland, over the past five years, Finns have been subjected to hundreds of sexual offenses and assaults, as well as several homicides committed by people with a foreign background. Inspired by the BLM movement, a young man was recently beaten to death by a group in Kaivopuisto, Helsinki. The media whispers and the state falls silent. The life of a Finn is not important to them.
Are you ashamed to be white? Do you despise your own Finnishness? Did you allow your endangered nationality and culture to tread on the ground?
WE DO NOT ALLOW. WE DON'T FORGET. WHITE LIFE IS IMPORTANT.
We have been criticized that our theme is not about respecting the victims of a terrorist attack, or that it expels ‘ordinary’ people from participating. The event has been compared to the 612 torchlight procession, which brings together thousands of people to honor Finland's independence and the memory of those who fought for it. The victims of the terrorist attack, both in Turku and elsewhere in Europe, have been white during this time, the perpetrators have not.
The purpose of the flow of flowers is to live in time unlike 612 whose motif is fortunately history and unchanging. We will not forget Finland's first Islamic terrorist act, but the persecution of white Finns in their own country is not coming to an end, and the attackers have become more brazen. They have to be answered.
In a moment, we will lay the flowers in the Aura River, respecting not only the victims of Turku but also the victims of the terrorist attack throughout Europe. Today, I will add to this sad list the victims of the BLM movement, as well as all the other whites who have been selected as victims because of their ethnicity.
We will now spend a quiet moment in their memory."