Austria’s recent election and coalition of leaders from the two most anti-Muslim immigration right wing parties shocked the usual left-leaning EU. Could it be a sign that other countries in the EU are starting to align themselves with the Eastern bloc nations of Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic, all with strong leaders committed to keeping Muslim invaders posing as refugees from infiltrating and destroying their countries?
Representing the anti-Islam Finns Party in the upcoming presidential election in Finland, Laura Huhtasaari (below) is running on a Donald Trump-style nationalist platform to “Take Finland Back” from the leftist and socialist parties as those in Sweden whose open-door policies to Muslim migrants are turning the country into a 3rd world Islamic hellhole.
EuropeansWorldwide (h/t Maurice) Finland will leave the European Union and position itself as the Switzerland of the north to protect its independence if Laura Huhtasaari, the presidential candidate of the Eurosceptic Finns Party has her way. She also told Reuters in an interview she wants to tighten immigration rules.
Huhtasaari, who has been dubbed Finland’s Marine Le Pen after France’s National Front leader, is a long-shot. But she believes she has a real chance in the January election as her party has taken a fresh start and picked up impetus following its removal from the coalition government in June.
She says, “The rise in Europe of parties that are critical towards the EU and immigration is due to bad, unjust politics. The role for Finland in the eurozone is the role of a loser and payer. I do not want Finland to become a province of EU; Finns must stand up for Finland’s interests.”
The last time Finland was invaded was by the Red, not the Black armies. On November 30, 1939, Stalin’s Red Army, numbering 1,000,000 men under arms, engulfed the sparsely populated Scandinavian nation. The Russians lost 30 tanks in the first month alone.
For every Finn serviceman who lost his life, eight Russians lost their lives. By March 12, 1940, British media’s favourite army was routed and their Uncle Joe was humiliated. Perhaps Laura Huhtasaari can repeat the success of her forefathers.
She is not likely to win the election which begins at the end of this month, but it’s good to know that there are such up and comers in Finland. As one of the most vocal opponents of immigration in her party, she has demanded that asylum seekers be denied entry in Finland “by all means necessary”, said the fear that Islam inspires can be explained by “Muslim backwardness.”