Shame on You Finland

Thirty years ago I lived among the Finns. Coming from Iraq I was amazed by the complex which most the young Finns lived under of feeling oppressed by the neighbouring powerful Soviet Union and looking towards the US and Europe for salvation.

However, the Soviet Union has since collapsed and Finland has enjoyed the security and bounty of membership of the European Union.

I would have expected that Finland has by now manged to break out of the complex and develop a balanced policy of friendship towards its powerful neighbour in Russia while still keeping its close relationship to the loose EU identity.

It turned out that I was wrong in my expectation and International Zionism, which took hold of Finland after the departure of President Urho Kekkonen (1956-1982), still has a strong grip on politics in Finland. Membership of the EU does not seem to have eased that grip. The Skripal affair exposed that.

The Zionist in response to their losses in Syria decided to hit back at Russia. Whether or not Skripal was purposely poisoned in order the exploit the affair for the attack on Russia, is irrelevant. What matters is that it is being expolited.

Many states joined in the diplomatic attack on Russia. You can look at the table of expulsion and conclude that the highest the number of expulsion from any state the deeper that state is in the Zionist pocket.

It is true that Finland expelled only one Russian diplomat. But even that one was one too many! Finland ought to have done the decent thing and apologized like New Zealand, when exposed to the pressure to join the circus, declared that it searched for a spy to expel but could not find one!

Finland could have responded to the pressure on it by relying on the British scientist in charge of the poisoning affair who advised the High Court in London between 20 and 22 March of the following:

Blood samples from Sergei Skripal and Yulia Skripal were analysed and the findings indicated exposure to a nerve agent or related compound. The samples tested positive for the presence of a Novichok class nerve agent or closely related agent.”

If the British scientist in charge of the matter is not yet sure of what happened, how could Finland have concluded what the incident entailed and who was responsible.

How would Finland react if international investigation were to fail in concluding who was behind the incident?

Would Finland then expel one Israeli diplomat?

 

Abdul-Haq Al-Ani

31 March 2018