Saturday, April 09, 2005

More evidence that Finland is firmly in the clasp of Old Europe. Finland's alignment with the Franco-German conspiracy to have social welfare state ideology dominate all of Europe is a given. (All the more reason to oppose Finland at every turn, and work against Finnish interests.)

It remains to be seen whether the New European countries of eastern Europe can have much of a rehabilitating effect in Europe. Their market-friendly taxation policies should certainly be emulated. But most likely the seductive power of EU subsidies will lull them into co-dependency, until they, too, are sucked into the system.


Blogger Solomon2 said...

I forsee that a hundred years from now there will still be turmoil in the middle east, but all will be quiet on the Finnish-Algerian border.

11:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As I previously wrote, this Finnpuntti has a shaken mindset. And, besides that, he's very keen on erasing all traces of our language from his dear forum. "Conspiracy"?

Btw, Puntti, why are you still in Finland, when you seemingly hate so many aspects of it (first and formost, our language, which is very arrogant attitude here)? Love it or leave it, as they say in the good old U.S. of A, eh?

1:09 PM  
Blogger Finnpundit said...

Finns like to hide their vicious attitude within their language. By forcing your bigotry out into the open Americans and the rest of the world can see the ugliness of Finnish society.

9:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Like I wrote, you have a serious, hostile, attitude problem against Finland. I am very sorry for you. You are pathetic in your paranoia.

4:47 PM  
Blogger Finnpundit said...

Have you ever thought that Finland might deserve to be criticized harshly? Of course not. You're surrounded by a state-sponsored media apparatus that doesn't permit that.

12:37 PM  
Anonymous Jussi said...

Finnpundit, what's the matter with you? We aren't surrounded by a state media that doesn't allow criticism.

If you'd open your eyes you'd see plenty of TV channels, newspapers, websites etc, that have nothing to do with the Finnish state or government.

The only thing you're right about is that we have a well-developed social system. We like it and we're going to keep it. Why? - because we care about people, and the notion of having one seventh of the population without health insurance, like you do in the US, is unthinkable to us.

7:32 AM  

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