Archive | June, 2012

A Nation Drunk with Blood

26 Jun

Sometimes one single voice of reason in the wilderness emerges among those hideous monkeys who call themselves Finns. On the web pages of the leading Finnish newspaper Kusi Soumi (New Finland) there is one such voice now, his name being Micko a’Hola. Mr a’Hola is of the opinion that there are lots of racist and extreme Rightist Finns who are military history buffs. He suggests that Finns have never tried their hand at coming to terms with Holocaust, in a way similar to Germany.

Mr a’Hola is on the right track, but the simple fact is: all Finns are military history buffs, because the only event in their miserable history they take the slightest interest in is their participation in the Second World War on Hitler’s side. They are a nation drunk with blood, and they are not interested in sobering up.


The Killer Race is Killing Again!

3 Jun

In May a Finnish youngster killed two young people and wounded several others in Hyvin Kaeae near Hellsinki. Acting in a racially Finnish fashion, the killer climbed on a rooftop and murdered a young man and a young girl, mortally wounded a police woman, and crippled several young people with shots at their hands and feet. The murderer is a typical Finn, for whom murdering innocent bystanders is a way of relieving himself.

Some day this race will gain access to nuclear weapons and kill us all just for laughs, because a Finn can only laugh when he kills people.

Previously, there have been appeals on several Finnish web fora to “vote from the rooftops”, i.e. ┬áto shoot indiscriminately at people, as a political protest. We don’t quite know what they are protesting. Probably they are just unhappy with the fact that indiscriminate murder is against all odds prohibited even by Finnish laws, which they certainly find oppressive, knowing the racial instincts of Finns. I presume Finns are being told to participate in a “kill-in”, where the opponents of anti-murder legislation are supposed to indiscriminately kill and murder people, as a way to show that those laws cannot be enforced.