Puumalainen update

Latest update Friday May 11, 14.45 hrs Finnish time

(this post is getting very long, but I don’t want to make a new post every time some new information concerning Puumalainen’s Orwellian campaign against free speech comes up)

Short version:

Finnish government bureaucrat Mikko Puumalainen want to establish a Chinese-style governmental firewall on the internet to prevent all 5,000,000(five million) people in Finland from reading websites that“strive tomaintain an anti-immigrant political climate” by e.g.publishing facts such as official statistics on crime rates.

Long version:

This is a bilingual post about Mikko Puumalainen, Finland’s Ombudsman for Minorities Thought Police who told the Central Criminal Police (Keskusrikospoliisi, the Finnish equivalent of the FBI) to interrogate me (the interrogation was later delegated to the municipal police department) for having committed the thoughtcrime of e.g. quoting crime statistics published by Finland’s Ministry of Justice which prove that African immigrants commit more crimes per capita than the Finns do.

Mikko Puumalainen

Mr. Puumalainen, tel: +358-50-3960140, email: Mikko.Puumalainen@mol.fi

It has been reported to me that Puumalainen said in a government press releasein Aprilthat “racism” on the internet should be persecuted using the same methods as in the combat against child porn.Since all internet operators in Finlandare required by law to blockchild porn websites,Puumalainen’s statement that “the same methodsthat have been successful inthe combat against child porn should be implemented inweeding outracism on the internet as well”means that in Puumalainen’s opinion it ought to bepossible forthe government to establish a firewall thatblocks all websites that Puumalainen accuses of racism.In other words, Puumalainen says “racism” is a crime like child porn, and therefore “racist” websites such as blogs that mention crime statistics should be blocked by a governmental firewall.Mikko Puumalainen not only thinks that “racism” (such as data quoted from official crime statistics published by the Ministry of Justice, or by the Interpol, or by the United Nations) should be a crime, but that citizens should not even be able to access websites that Ayatollah Puumalainen has declared to beheretic.Puumalainen, at the website of the Ministry of Labour:

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39 thoughts on “Puumalainen update

  1. Aapo Puhakka

    Some Civil Courage and English Translation of the Controversial Article

    Because the question is about freedom of speech and censoring of the Internet I decided (like with the case of Muhammed Cartoons) to republish the controversial stuff along my comments about the subject matter under my personal home-pages at http://aapo.iki.fi/ellila

    Also, because the matter has rised an international uproar and the original article is in Finnish, it would be unfair, if the non-Finnish-speaking people couldn’t read it. So I publish my English translation of the article at http://aapo.iki.fi/ellila

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  2. Jarda

    Mikko, I’m sorry to hear whats going on. Apparently politically correct extremists decided to destroy what is remaining from our freedom. You are right and they are wrong. You are excercising your rights but they are commiting a crime.

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  3. Walter Haxton

    1)+ I think that Finland should have intelligence tests for all people applying for entry. You could make sure that their IQ s are 20 points above the average Finns.
    1)- This of course would insure that there would be the unintended consequence that 20 or 30 years down the road most Finns would be working for the new immigrants.

    2)+ I think that Finland should keep people with cultures that say that crime is OK out.
    2)- More people would want to be Finns. The color of the average Finn would probably change faster this way and Finland might get too crowded.

    I think that I have a bad translation of your post on my blog. There is one picture that has been mislabeled. It would be good to do away with that label.
    You sound much more educated here than you do in that post. This is why I think it is a bad translation.
    In the United States we have a law that says we can’t be prosecuted for a law that didn’t exist at the time of the alleged crime. Can they really make something you did last year in your country illegal and put you in jail for it?
    Yours, Walter Haxton

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  4. Mikko Ellil

    “I think that I have a bad translation of your post on my blog.”

    The translation by Aapo is very poor. I think it is a Babelfish translation.

    “There is one picture that has been mislabeled. It would be good to do away with that label.”

    Please elaborate.

    “You sound much more educated here than you do in that post.”

    That’s because the translation was a Babelfish translation, and it wasn’t even proof-read by me.

    “In the United States we have a law that says we can

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