Humanitarian ideals are nothing for Finns

19 Dec

If you get acquainted with Finns on anything more than a very superficial level, you will be struck by their complete disinterest, if not dislike, for humanitarian ideals. It is true that some of them can produce passable “humanitarian cant” in order to impress their Anglo-American or European betters, but all there is is just cant and rote-learned, hackneyed phrases. But truth is not difficult to disclose. A couple of weeks ago, a member of the populist fascist party . the second biggest party of the country – publicly threatened to kill someone who had disagreed with him in the comments of his blog. In itself, this is not especially amazing – that is how politicians of the less sophisticated kind usually talk. The interesting part is, that the person who uttered the threat was also a conscientious objector.

In keeping with the savage, murderous nature of the nation, Finns are among those few in the civilized West – if they are civilized at all – who have kept conscription. All Finnish men are required to do time in their Armed Forces, and those who choose to become conscientious objectors are supposed to come up with sophisticated humanitarian arguments so as to persuade the draft board. Even accepted conscientious objectors will be discriminated against by society – in employment, for instance – because of the almost religious reverence in which Finns hold their armed forces and their military history (which is actually much less impressive than they believe). Thus, you might think that someone who gets to be a CO in Finland is a really seasoned humanitarian and a man of principle? Think again.

The fact that even a Finnish CO can be a murderous person threatening others with killing tells you all you need to know about Finns. Their attempts at humanitarianism are pathetic fraud, typical of a nation of pathetic frauds.

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