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L'ultra finlandès empresonat a la Comella és traslladat a l'hospital per motius de salut

L’ultra finlandès Ilja Janitskin, detingut divendres passat al seu domicili de Fontaneda en resposta a la petició d’extradició de la fiscalia d’Hèlsinki, va ser traslladat diumenge des de la presó fins a l’hospital, on es troba ingressat sota custòdia policial. Al nòrdic, que està acusat de 46 delictes, se li va detectar el juny un càncer de nivell 4 mentre se li estava practicant una operació d’extirpació de l’apèndix. A Meritxell realitzarà el tractament mèdic i té prevista una intervenció el 16 d’agost vinent.
Janitskin, de 40 anys, s’exposa a una condemna de 13 anys de presó si acaba sent trobat
  • #10 pepe
    (11/08/17 11:52)

    se ha convertido en una fea costumbre la de poner la palabra ultra delante de todos aquellos q se rebelan contra lo q esta sucediendo en Europa y su invasion silenciosa por parte de los barbaros de allende de Europa. No solo nos estan invadiendo, sino q ademas, esta prohibido explicarlo y decirlo, y sino, te endiñan el sambenito de ultra y extremista y arreando.

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  • #9 Blue-chip
    (09/08/17 12:14)

    The finnish elite and media are after Ilja Janitskin because of his magazine, in which he criticises the only allowed truths in Finland, mainly the multiculturism and 'tolerance' and also for his candidacy to become a president. In Finland there is only pseudodemocracy and the freedom of speech is only for the mediaelites. In reality no-one is allowed to criticise the ruling media elite and their values. If some politician disagrees with the main values, he or she is shredded in to pieces in the media. The journalists in Finland are like wolves who never forgets or forgives if someone is branded as a rasist. The people disagree the media. But they aren't allowed to voice their opinions. In our country the 'tolerant' people, mostly leftish and green movement are minority, but they decide the allowed values and force them to others by brainwashing and sueing those who disagree with them. There was a case where a politician was fined for using the term brats or kids for muslim children, which would be normal to say for finnish kids. There are many similar cases for this; politicians been sued for saying anything critical about islam or immigration. So too is this witchhunt against Ilja Janitskin. It's political in nature and the ruling elite and media want to wipe him out. There aren't any charges yet made against him, they refuse to interrogate him through video which would be normal in these cases. Many people following the case doubt whether he would get a fair trial. He's been wrongfully described as 'dangerous' in earlier restraining orders. And that's why the spanish authorities drugged and handcuffed him. The authorities in Finland planned also to have him locked up in a mental institution. All of this because he is a threat to the ruling media and the elite. Some people even doubt they would deny him lifesaving operation or delay it.

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  • #8 Cleo
    (09/08/17 06:55)

  • #7 Finland
    (09/08/17 01:25)

  • #6 Pepita
    (08/08/17 19:37)

    The Finnish establishment is completely subservient to the EU federalists and they are trying to shut down all criticism of themselves and the EU. Finland is also a VERY corrupt country and Ilja is one of the only journalists shedding light on this corruption. L'establiment finlandès està completament subordinat als federalistes de la UE i està intentant tancar totes les crítiques a si mateixes ia la UE. Finlàndia també és un país molt corrupte i Ilja és un dels únics periodistes que donen llum a aquesta corrupció.

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  • #5 Fin
    (08/08/17 19:24)

    I don't know what to say.. Well, MV-lehti has been really helpful for finnish people, to get some real information about what is going on. Doesn't smell corruption like mass-media. Unfortunately freedom of speech isn't really free here in Finland, no matter what they say..

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  • #4 com és posible
    (08/08/17 17:16)

    Com pot ser que estant sota custòdia policial a l'hospital es pugui fer una foto i fer-la arribar a la premsa.

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  • #3 Super-electric
    (08/08/17 16:51)

    Finland has been independent now 100 year.. yeah its a celebration.. but not. Our independence is under threath while pressure from the US and EU has been tremendous in recent years. Russophobia you know.. Finnish government is full of globalists who are trying to shut down free speech.. especially those who are nationalist, like Ilja, who is trying to defend our precious independence. Dear Andorran people. Please take good care of Ilja and don't let him be taken out of your beautiful country. Thank you.

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  • #2 Cleo
    (08/08/17 15:10)

    Me parece de lo más surrealista que mientras extremistas retornados andan pululando por toda europa y cometiendo atentados, se le persiga a estas persona por chorradas, bajo el delito de incitación al odio quee a gusto de quien quiera se puede encasillar cualquier critica o insulto.

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  • #1 Cleo
    (08/08/17 15:01)

    Esta claro que se vive en la dictadura de lo politicamente correcto y el exceso de celo de ciertas legislaciones, o hipersensibilidad de ciertos sectores, espero que procedan como en España en este caso. 

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