It's Not the Jews!
Concerns have recently been expressed about a Communist takeover
of the U. S. led by the
Jew George Soros. This still
could happen, but it's not the Jews we have to worry about. The
Finnish entity is already
spreading its tentacles worldwide (see below). If our
grandchildren end up in a Scandinavian hell under the heel of the
Finnish Occupation Government, they will have only us to
Finns attempted U.S. Takeover
"In the 1930s, 40 percent of the total membership of the
communist party nationwide came from one small immigrant group -
If you read the link you'll find that doubts were early expressed
as to whether the Finns are really white. We might still ask ourselves that
Finnish "Blue Berets"
ravage Kosovo, Bosnia, Namibia
by the Finnish KFOR troops, a reservist
band consisting of 24 players gave ten concerts for the
Finnish peace-keepers and local
Serb and Albanian people in their villages. The refresher
exercise took place in late July. Speaking about bands, the
first peacekeeper band in the world, the Band of the
Finnish Blue Beret Association,
gave its first concert at Summerdays in Kuopio at June."
Finnish puppet State?
"President Ahtisaari's humanitarian work with the UN is
world-renowned. He had a major influence in helping Namibia
achieve independence. In fact, hundreds of Namibian children are
named Ahtisaari in his honor."
The Official Language of
the One-World Communist State
now the time for Finnish to take its place as the international
Why lose time and energy saying 'the committee that takes care of
negotiations concerning the truce' when you can use a simple
little word like 'aseleponeuvottelutoimikunta?'
The rules are absolute and reliable in all situations, except
exceptions.... The basic idea is: In Finnish the direct object (commonly called the
accusative object) may occur in the nominative, the genitive, or
the partitive case. In order to make things easier to understand,
nominative and genitive are called accusative. There is also a
real accusative, which is not called anything at all."
Step: Finnish Cultural Imperialism in Timor
"'Leikkaa tästä' (cut
here), 'piirrä' (draw), 'tavataan taas' (see you later).
Children in East Timor may soon surprise an unsuspecting
Finnish traveller with short
Finnish greetings and instructions, which they
have picked up from their Finnish
schoolbook, Opin Itse (I'm Learning)...."
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