I don’t usually pay that much attention to the politics, or particularly the doings of politicians, here in Finland. I’m often better versed in the happenings of central Europe and America than my home country. One reason is probably that most of the media that I pay attention to, i.e. alternative and conspiratorially oriented media, don’t tend to discuss Finland much, I also think that the puppet politicians of this small puppet country don’t matter much in the grand scheme of things, and seeing how inane the talking points in the media and politics of my own country is even more painful than those of a foreign country. However this time an occurrence in Finnish politics caught my attention: Jussi Halla-Aho was selected the chairman of the True Finns or Finns party.
I don’t know a great deal about Halla-Aho, but I know he has spoken against globalization and multiculturalism, and that he is heavily demonized in the media. Earlier this year, the former long time chairman of the True Finns party, Timo Soini, stepped down, and yesterday, I believe, the controversial Halla-Aho was chosen as the new chairman. Timo Soini, despite all his promises he had done little to advance any real nationalist cause in Finland, nor did he really do anything to help us leave the EU. Halla-Aho becoming the new chairman would be great thing then, right? Maybe. Probably not.
Is he a Mason?
Since he has been able to get this far, I find it hard to believe he is genuine. Naturally the thought occurred to me whether he might a Freemason. I found a thread on the Kauppalehti economic newspaper’s website from 2010 where someone claimed he is a Freemason. They did not provide any proof of this though.
I found on another discussion forum, Suomi24, from 2008 someone asking whether Halla-Aho has any connections to the Masons. The discussion didn’t go far. The most conclusive argument was that he cannot be accepted as a Mason since he is publicly an atheist. To join the Masons, you need to believe in a deity. I’ve seen this argument elsewhere used as evidence that Halla-Aho is not a Mason.
I couldn’t find any conclusive evidence that Jussi Halla-Aho is a Mason. That must mean he’s not one then, right? No. First of all, the Kauppalehti thread where someone makes a seemingly baseless allegation that Halla-Aho is a Mason, yet offers no evidence may itself be Masonic plot to lead people who suspect him of being one astray. Then again, maybe it was just a random guy on the internet making a baseless accusation. That is not unheard of. Yet I also find the talking point that Halla-Aho cannot be a Mason since he is an atheist a bit convenient. Certainly Masons lie to non-Masons for various reasons. He might worship Jahbulon or Lucifer or who knows what in secret, while pretend to be an atheist.
Since this sort of regular investigation did not yield me much, I figured I should take a different approach and see what sort of symbols and signals Jussi Halla-Aho puts out. I did uncover certain intriguing images.
This is Jussi Halla-Aho. He just looks gay to me. Of course he doesn’t look this gay in every picture, but this wasn’t the only one either. He is married though, which doesn’t mean much if he is a member of a secret society.
I found this picture of him posing with the devil horns. For some people using this symbol itself might be a dead giveaway that is he is a member of some club. Yet regular people use this symbol quite often here in Finland, since it associated with rock and roll and other cool stuff. Heavy metal is big here, and this sort of thing comes with the territory. I myself have used the symbol many times in the past just to seem cool, although I try not to do it anymore.
Then I found this picture. It’s the same picture that shows the Minister of Defense, Jussi Niinistö, next to him showing the 666/OK symbol. Two politicians using these occult, Satanist signs next to each other is highly suspicious.
Here Halla-Aho seems to be doing the diamond sign with his hands, although the symbol is not intact.
I found former chairman of True Finns, Timo Soini, doing the same thing. Timo Soini is 33 in Chaldean numerology, by the way.
I found this mirrored image of Halla-Aho, which is according to Youtuber Russianvids a common Masonic trick.
There he is with an upside down pentagram next to him.
This image is from a TV inteview I believe. The numbers say 3:54. I’m not sure what it refers to. Perhaps a biblical quote. Notice also the broken pentagram next to the number 3.
There’s also an opinion piece on the Uusi Suomi newspaper’s website written by someone called Väinö Kuukka about Halla-Aho. It’s titled: “We built stairs for Halla-Aho” (Rakensimme Halla-Aholle portaat). This sounds like a Masonic reference to me.
I don’t think the symbols I’ve covered here is definitive proof that Jussi Halla-Aho is a Freemason or their puppet. However, I do have a strong suspicion that he is. I certainly won’t take it at face value that he is some sort of nationalist hero. It takes more than a few nice words to prove that you’re genuine.
Jussi Halla-Aho on Vapaamuurari: http://www.hs.fi/politiikka/artikkeli/Jussi+Halla-aho+pimeit%C3%A4+muuraust%C3%B6it%C3%A4/
Halla-Aho ja vapaamuurarit: http://keskustelu.suomi24.fi/t/6657539/halla-aho-ja-vapaamuurarit
Rakensimme Halla-Aholle portaat: http://vinkuukka.puheenvuoro.uusisuomi.fi/238294-rakensimme-halla-aholle-portaat