Finnish men take to the streets to protect people from bullying by Islamicists

Friday’s papers: “Soldiers of Odin” patrol Kemi streets, paper claims “100s of Muslim extremists in Turku,” Finland to cut UNICEF funding by 75%

Friday’s newspapers wrote about a group that calls themselves the Soldiers of Odin who patrol the streets of Kemi to “increase people’s feeling of security.” One paper claims there are “several hundred” Muslim extremists in Turku.

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Aamulehti posted a story Thursday about a group that started patrolling the streets of the northern town of Kemi.

The paper writes that starting a few days ago a group of dark-clothed men, who call themselves the Soldiers of Odin, were patrolling the streets of Kemi.

Aamulehti interviewed the patrol’s organiser, Mika Ranta, who said the reason behind the patrols was to “increase people’s feeling of security.”

The paper asked Ranta why he started the group.

“We woke up to a situation where many different cultures met. It caused fear and concern in the community. We started to gather a bunch of people,” the paper quoted Ranta saying.

“The biggest issue was when we learned from Facebook that new asylum seekers were peering through the gates of primary schools, looking at young girls,” Ranta told Aamulehti.

There is an asylum seeker reception centre based in the northern town Kemi, a town just under 30 km from the border town of Tornio, where the majority of asylum seekers have been arriving to the country recently.

Ranta was quoted claiming that there are hundreds of Soldiers of Odin members across the country.

He said that while he describes himself as a National Socialist on his Facebook page, he claims his “opinions are his own” and that there are all kinds of people in the “family friendly” group.

Aamulehti also published a photo of some members of the group, which appears to consist mostly of men clad in dark nylon bomber jackets, many of which appear to be embroidered with an acronym of the group.

Most of the members did not consent to be photographed, and turned their backs for the snapshot. But the five members in the foreground who agreed to the photo were all listed as having Finnish names in the caption.

Finnish police told the paper that it does not recommend patrols or actions like these “under any circumstances.”

TS claimed: “Hundreds of Muslim extremists in Turku”

A brief in Turku’s daily Turun Sanomat* made an unattributed and problematic claim that there are “several hundred” Muslim extremists living in the city.

The claims are unattributed to anyone but the articles’ reporter, however there is no writer’s name attached to the piece. The photo attached to the article features Muslims praying at a Turku mosque, but was apparently photographed in 2009.

The first four paragraphs of the article claim that there are “several hundred Muslim extremists” in Turku and that “the number is growing all the time. They are deeply religious Muslims.”

The following paragraph goes on to explain that these Muslims belong to the ultra-conservative Salafi movement of Islam, but gives no actual evidence backing up the statements.

“The group has a lot of supporters in Saudi Arabia, but now also in Turku,” the paper wrote.

The article later quotes Åbo Akademi University’s associate professor of religious studies Tuomas Martikainen explaining the history of arriving Muslims to the country. In his opinion their religious identities were strengthened as more Muslims arrived, and has led to conflicts within the Muslim community.

Martikainen does not, however, appear to defend or refute a claim that there is an increase in the number of Muslim extremists in the city.

*It has come to the attention of Yle News that the referenced Turun Sanomat article was published in August 2013, however the article remains in circulation on social media and a link to the article was featured on their current web pages.

http://yle.fi/uutiset/fridays_papers_soldiers_of_odin_patrol_kemi_streets_paper_claims_100s_of_muslim_extremists_in_turku_finland_to_cut_unicef_funding_by_75/8367123

 

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3 Responses to “Finnish men take to the streets to protect people from bullying by Islamicists”

  1. Dublinmick says:

    Reblogged this one.

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  2. Men Scryfa says:

    The Finns are doing it. When are the Real Aryans going to do the same?

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