ER Editor: Sanna Marin was one of the WEF’s Young Global Leaders. LINK. Typical profile of being young, cute and utterly malleable by the cabal. Great news indeed, and hopefully done by the Finnish electorate in a free and fair vote. It doesn’t necessarily say much for the ‘conservative’ ‘opposition’ who won (in our Uniparty systems everywhere), as we know. The winner is very pro-Ukraine and thus pro-cabal – check out the rest of The Guardian article below.
However, that the electorate are seen to want to get rid of this agenda is indeed reason for hope.
A reminder that Finland is heading into NATO without neighbour Sweden. See —
Hungary Approves Finland’s NATO Membership, While Sweden Sidelined
SANNA MARIN (Twitter)
Here’s some Twitter rejoicing —
Finnish PM Sanna Marin defeated. One less WEF puppet to deal with. pic.twitter.com/5Zlba8Uysm
— Dr. Anastasia Maria Loupis (@DrLoupis) April 2, 2023
GOOD NEWS! WEF Young Global Leader Sanna Marin has lost the Finnish General Election and is no longer a young global leader.https://t.co/LJdNVovODY
— David Kurten (@davidkurten) April 2, 2023
Translation: Finland’s progressive, Macron-compatible prime minister took a big slap in the face in the elections this weekend. Sanna Marin is out.
La première ministre finlandaise, progressiste et macron compatible, s’est pris une grosse claque aux élections ce week-end.
Ca dégage Sanna Marin. pic.twitter.com/SAiSZIrf1y
— Duval Philippe (@p_duval) April 3, 2023
Translation: MARIN, DARLING OF THE 🇺🇸 🇪🇺, LOSES POWER AFTER BRINGING IN FINLAND INTO NATO Her PSD falls from 1st to 3rd place. The winner is the centre-right (20.9%, 48 deputies), followed by the anti-immigration Finns’ Party which has made a breakthrough (20.3%, 46 deputies).
MARIN,CHOUCHOU DES🇺🇸🇪🇺,PERD LE POUVOIR APRÈS AVOIR FAIT ENTRER LA🇫🇮DANS L’OTAN
Son PSD tombe du 1er au 3e rang.
Le vainqueur est le centre-droit (20,9%,48 députés), talonné par le Parti des Finlandais anti-immigration qui fait une percée (20,3%,46 députés)https://t.co/vDoEF7O7Bw
— François Asselineau (@UPR_Asselineau) April 2, 2023
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin finished in third place. Neither joining NATO, nor attending the funeral of a nationalist of regime in Kiev, nor Russophobic rhetoric helped her!
Its true that we should not expect positive changes in Finland. Right-wing winners are no better! pic.twitter.com/odAZalKXnK
— Geo_monitor (@colonelhomsi) April 2, 2023
HUMILIATION for Finnish PM Sanna Marin in election!
The conservative National Coalition party first place with 20.6% of the votes, the populist Finns party with 20,1% Marin’s SDP party third with 19.9%.
She has admitted DEFEAT! 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/q9SZIjtWKW
— UNN (@UnityNewsNet) April 2, 2023
Sanna Marin suffers defeat in Finland election as SDP beaten into third place
Marin says ‘democracy is always a wonderful thing’ as her Social Democrats come third behind rightwing NCP and nationalist Finns parties
Finland’s prime minister, Sanna Marin, has lost her battle to stay in power after her centre-left Social Democratic party (SDP) was narrowly beaten into third place in a cliffhanger election by its conservative and far-right rivals.
With all of the votes counted on Sunday, the right-wing National Coalition party (NCP) won 20.8% of the vote, with the populist, nation-first Finns party scoring 20.1%. Marin’s SDP took 19.9% of the vote. Voter turnout was 71.9%.
Marin congratulated the election winners during her concession speech, but hailed an improvement in both her party’s vote share and its projected number of MPs. “It’s a really good achievement, even though I didn’t finish first today,” she told supporters in Helsinki.
“Democracy has spoken, the Finnish people have cast their vote, and the celebration of democracy is always a wonderful thing,” she added. “We have good reason to be happy about this result.” (ER: er, not. Clownworld.)
The NCP’s leader, Petteri Orpo (ER: pro-Ukrainian, therefore pro-NATO), told the public broadcaster, Yle, that the result was a “big victory … a strong mandate for our policies”, adding that his party would be leading the coalition talks. Finns leader Riikka Purra called it an “an excellent result”.
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So, kicking her out doesn’t mean “democracy” has won. It might mean the elections riggers in Europe have opted for a less blatant way of rigging.