mps Ozan Yanarin (gr) became for many a hero, when he gets to criticize the president Sauli Niinistö immigration-related statements. Niinistö said the new year's speech, that ”here is given the possibility of inclusion. Accordingly, it is a right requires the will to adapt to our society. And responsibility, also capable of directing.”
Yanar cling to the responsibility theme and have niinistö's call for ”absurdina” the individual human point of view. So people, which has nothing to do with the second act.
Yanarin is praised now, for example, the fact that finally, someone mps dare to take Niinistöön as a politician.
But no, it's not. Yes Niinistö has received a mps from the mud in the neck in the past. Many mps strongly criticized niinistö's choice of words, for example, in February 2016, when Niinistö talked tough on immigration, but the state of the opening speech.
Niinistö and Yanarin words lifted up by the surface turmoil is a good bad example of Finnish immigration debate. Instead, the talk would be factually and openly about the big immigration problems, I'd rather talk lillukan arm, which is not of much importance as a whole.
Finland's leading politicians and experts are still unable to discuss openly and objectively, for example, asylum seekers, high crime, with many immigrant groups, the weak connection with employment, integration or the integration failure of not to mention, what's been practiced for a failed policy has cost us taxpayers.
These core issues is in via twisted like a cat the hot porridge. And if anyone ever tries dispassionately to hit the unpleasant facts to the table, the result is usually a series of primitive reactions to racism with your accusations.
the Formula is the same as the 70 - and 80-century, if this was the Soviet union. At that time the finns to censor themselves and marked by each other all the shame of the cross.
the mainstream media have to look in the mirror. The Media has unfortunately failed to do their job, when it has refused to look the truth in the eye.
Little progress indeed has occurred. When the chairman of the SDP Jutta Urpilainen your line 2010, that newcomers must adhere to the ”when in rome” principle, increase the matter a terrible ruckus. Now no one figured out the culprit to president niinistö to the same thing.
It's that the facts are left to recognize is infinitely stupid and dangerous. So the problems only get worse.
speaker of Parliament Paula Risikko (ioc) said on Saturday Yle TV1 the first morning in a desire to facilitate the perpetrators of the residence permit recipients removal in Finland.
– we need to have the opportunity to also decode, for example, decisions that have been given a residence permit. Even the permanent residence permit should be able to extract, Risikko said Yle.
Unfortunately, it's just that Risikko opening comes out of. The legislation should have been ready years ago.
common Sense would be the same way to take in your hand also when it is adjusted to the asylum seekers benefits. It was irresponsible to make Finland an attractive country. Things materialized in such a horrible way, when in 2015 a record number of asylum seekers, a total of about 32 500 people.
the Finnish blue-eyed got his crown, when prime minister Juha Sipilä (centre) in the autumn of 2015 to offer the vacant Kempeleen their homes to asylum seekers ' accommodation. News generous the north to the nations spread on social media and tv channels like wildfire, which likely raised in Finland admissions.
to Discuss the problems of immigration, complicated by the fact that immigration is a broad concept, which includes asylum seekers in addition to refugees and labour migration. They are often spoken of in the same breath, when things get easily confused.
at The risk of immigration is worth talking about now, after the parliamentary elections, it is time for a little over three months. The subject is important as the elderly and the sick treated, marginalised youth, unemployment, education or the national debt.mps Ozan Yanar confused the president's speech already state the day of the inauguration in February 2016.