Locals In Finland Fight With Migrants For Second Time In Week

Locals In Finland Fight With Migrants For Second Time In Week
September 1, 2016 Admin

Locals in Finland fought with Muslim immigrants for the second time in a week recently. The Muslims are residents of a ‘migrant center’ in the area of Forssa, a suburb of Helsinki.

The first incident took place last Monday when a 15 year old Finnish boy was apparently beaten up by a group of Muslim immigrants staying at the ‘asylum center’.

According to Fria Tider:

After immigrants in Forssa in Finland assaulted a 15 year old Finnish boy last week, dozens of armed Finns walked through town to attack the city’s asylum accommodations. Five people were reported to have been injured when fighting broke out.

It continues…

It was the straw that broke the camel’s back for many of the locals. The day after the beating went dozens of locals made their way to the asylum center, many of them armed with weapons like bats and bradstumpar [?].

Five were reportedly slightly injured in the brawl, which was interrupted when the police arrived at the scene. Some of those involved were arrested on suspicion of assault and unlawful threats.

That article goes on, saying there were about two hundred Finn’s involved in the incident. It said some waved placards saying ‘Invaders Go Home’.

That was the first incident (which I had not head about before today). The second is similar and more recent and apparently took place after asylum residents slapped a teenage Finnish girl in the face. This brawl involved teenagers and was even captured on camera (video should be viewable here).

Fria Tider reports:

Just days after lat week’s big clash between the Finns and asylum seekers in Forssa another fierce fight has broken out near the Nurmijarvis asylum center north of Helsinki. An immigrant is reported to have been taken to the hospital.

It continues:

According to information on the alternative news site Mvlehti.net the prelude to the row may have been an immigrant from the asylum accomodations slapping a Finnish girl.

A film taken at the scene shows Finnish youth fighting- outnumbered- against a dozen immigrants.

The fight ended before police arrived on the scene. Police did not arrest any of the individuals involved in the fight. According to Mvlehti.net an immigrant was brought to the hospital because of injuries he sustained during the fight.

Inspiring story and glad it comes from Finland too. Right now they have only a handful of asylum centers and a small population of immigrants and seem to have a healthy opposition against further immigration, both politically and on the ground too. This article seems to confirm the latter.

Finland also seems to be sort of an in-between point culturally between the more decadent, weak, timid, and Progressive countries of the West vs the ones like Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic that have retained their toughness and want no part of the West’s suicide. If that is the case then it gives this news a hopeful shine, as perhaps it suggests similar actions might follow in West.

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Comments (10)

  1. Andy 7 months ago

    ” It said some waved placards saying ‘Invaders Go Home’. ”

    LOL
    Lay for them in every ambush.

  2. Dashui 7 months ago

    Finally I know what to do with that bradstumpar that my father gave me.

    • Author
      Admin 7 months ago

      I actually really did ‘LOL’ on that one. Very good work Dashui.

  3. michael leyh 7 months ago

    Good going Finns! Don’t give up the good fight!

    • Author
      Admin 7 months ago

      Yes let’s keep our eyes peeled for more news from Finland!

  4. rick 7 months ago

    I was in Finland a little over a year ago, and I have to say it was one of the nicest places I’ve ever seen. They need “diversity” about as much as they need the plague.

    • Author
      Admin 7 months ago

      Lol yes. Think I would take the plague any day.

      I have not been to Finland myself but hope to rectify that soon.

  5. Jaeger 5 months ago

    I live in Lapland, 6km from the Arctic Circle and such events have not happened here, yet. Mostly these things happen in metropolitan Helsinki and a few of the other larger cities. Yet these things are a common occurrence there and if the media bothers to acknowledge these events it’s always the same shit as elsewhere in Europe; neo-nazis, fascists and racists doing hate crimes. What else is new?
    Most people know how corrupt our political system and the media are, and they are tired of the lies being farted out daily.

    Also i want to point out that we have compulsory military service for males and we know how to defend ourselves and we are not afraid to do it. Maybe this is what has deterred any major riots or revolts by the invaders.
    I do not know what tomorrow will bring or what is going to happen in Europe or in Finland. But what i do know is that we will NEVER stop fighting for our country, our independence and our people, no matter who the enemy is or what challenges are placed ahead of us.
    Finland has faced harsh odds before and will do so again. This is called SISU.

    It is time for the people of Europe to find some Sisu in themselves, don’t you think?

    • Author
      Admin 5 months ago

      Hello Jaeger-

      Great thanks for the comment! I regret that I have not yet been to Finland, but if I were to get the chance to travel to Lapland someday I would be happy indeed.

      Out of all the nations of Europe I tend to view the Finn’s as those most capable of self-defense, just as you say in your comment. I guess I only base this on historical stuff and on ‘impressions’, buts still it seems to be the case. It is my hope that events in neighboring Sweden are enough to wake up your political class and voters, so Finland does not replicate the horrors Sweden has inflicted upon itself. Perhaps someday Finnish men like yourself will even help to liberate Sweden!

      Please, if you ever have any interesting local news from Finland, or anything else of interest to the site, pass it on. I much appreciate your comment!

      -JL

  6. SteveRogers42 3 months ago

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