Finland releases propaganda video trying to convince Somalilanders to stop tahriibing

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The video is from last year and stars a Somaliland woman who returned home from Finland. One problem: the video was posted by Finland's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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The woman talks about how much Europe sucks and how great it is back home. They play nostalgic music and show clips of people holding hands in Hargeisa trying to remind these damn refugees of the good old days.
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They also show some clips of 'Somalis' at 3:45 (read: bantus).
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The Somaliland woman tells viewers that there are no jobs in Europe so please don't come on several occasions in the video. Also, she said to watch out for the neo nazis. This video is absolutley shameless. It's clearly aimed at a 68 IQ audience.
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The video is from last year and stars a Somaliland woman who returned home from Finland. One problem: the video was posted by Finland's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
:heh:
The woman talks about how much Europe sucks and how great it is back home. They play nostalgic music and show clips of people holding hands in Hargeisa trying to remind these damn refugees of the good old days.
:mjlol:
They also show some clips of 'Somalis' at 3:45 (read: bantus).
:chrisfreshhah:
The Somaliland woman tells viewers that there are no jobs in Europe so please don't come on several occasions in the video. Also, she said to watch out for the neo nazis. This video is absolutley shameless. It's clearly aimed at a 68 IQ audience.
:russ:
I live in Finland, she is telling the truth to certain extent. The 2008 financial crisis hit Finland hard. Unemployment rose. Finlands (former) biggest employer Nokia is now just a shell of what it used to be. Finland came out of the recession just last year. The country is becoming more xenophobic by the day.

Thanks to these child raping middle easterns. Second largest party in Finland is populist and racist piece of shits.

Police in the northern Finnish city of Oulu said on Wednesday that they have uncovered yet another suspected sex crime against a minor. The case is being investigated as suspected aggravated rape and aggravated sexual abuse of a child. Police believe that the crime took place in a private flat in January, and that the victim was a 14-year-old girl.

Police say the latest case came to light while they were investigating two other sex crimes believed to have occurred last weekend. That case, which was reported on Tuesday, centres on the suspected rape of two girls in an Oulu apartment.

About 10 cases since December
One victim is described as being under age 16 and the other as under 18. Authorities say the victims knew each other. Police told Yle that social media did not play a role in these two cases, unlike other similar cases in the city in recent months.

Oulu District Court has remanded a man described as being "of foreign background" in pre-trial detention in connection with the crimes. Authorities say he may face charges including aggravated rape, aggravated sexual abuse of a child, assault and coercion.

According to Detective Superintendent Markus Kiiskinen, both investigations are in their early stages.

22-year-old charged with November assault
Since December, officials in Oulu have been probing about 10 cases in which men "of foreign background" are suspected of sex crimes against minors. In many of the cases, victims say they were approached via social media.

Also on Wednesday, the district prosecutor charged a 22-year-old man "of foreign background" with aggravated rape and aggravated sexual abuse of a child. The assault against a 14-year-old girl is alleged to have occurred outdoors in the Tuira neighbourhood in the northern part of Oulu on 17 November. Another sex crime against a minor is believed to occurred on the same date in the same district.

https://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/yet_another_suspected_sexual_abuse_case_in_oulu/10644762
 
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Molotoff

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I heard crime among young Somalis in Helsinki dropped substantially after some were deported?

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