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Curious Death of the Son of Finnish Prime Minister Sipilä

Back in 2015 around the time of the parliamental election in Finland, the son of Juha Sipilä, Tuomo Sipilä, died due to supposed complications of a routine surgery operation. After the election Juha Sipilä and his political Center party won, and he became prime minister.

I didn’t know about the death of Tuomo Sipilä back when it happened in 2015. I heard about it a few months ago and found it suspicious. Based what I’ve read from the media he was a healthy 22-year old man, living a full life. He had a girlfriend. Tuomo had went through a no-risk operation in a hospital in the city of Oulu, although I’m not sure what sort of operation it actually was. He woke up a few hours after the operation and was going to the bathroom while being escorted by a nurse. He slumped on the floor on the way. They started trying to resuscitate him immediately, but 45 minutes later the doctors said there was nothing they could do.

The cause of death was “a complete mystery” even to the doctors, an Iltalehti newspaper article from March 2015 stated. Tuomo Sipilä died February 17, 2015. I couldn’t find any source even now in September 2017 stating what the cause of death was. Maybe it’s out there somewhere, but the media does not seem to have been concerned with it, at least.

When I heard about this, I immediately found the whole affair fishy. A young, healthy man dies after a simple operation. The doctors don’t know the cause of death either. Now, over two years after the fact the cause of death is still not told to us. There was a sob-story article written about Tuomo’s death as recently as May 2017, yet it does not mention the cause of death, and the surgical operation is described as being low-risk, i.e. no actual description of what sort of operation it was. The article does describe something I find a bit creepy though: prime minister Juha Sipilä and his surviving sons made a casket shaped like a boat for Tuomo, and then Tuomo’s mother made the final resting place for him with lace sheets she got as a wedding present. A boat shaped casket, are they vikings or something?

What I think happened, and this is just my crazy conspiracy theorist opinion, is that Juha Sipilä sacrificed his son to be allowed to become the prime minister. It was probably required as proof that he is willing to bend-over backwards for whoever is the actual power behind the throne in Finland. Whenever some sort of celebrity dies, there’s someone always saying it was an Illuminati sacrifice. I don’t know if the Illuminati was involved, or if it actually exists or not, but I do suspect the death of Tuomo Sipilä was a sacrifice. Possibly he was poisoned.

I do not know whether Juha Sipilä is a Freemason or a member of any other secret society like that. On the vauva.fi forum someone did claim that he is a Freemason, but that is hardly a reliable source. Sipilä is a member of the Rauhan Sana (Word of Peace) movement which is part of the Laestadianism Christian revival movement. I don’t know anything about this Rauhan Sana sect, but Laestadianists I have had dealings with. In my experience they’re mostly harmless but annoying. However I don’t know about the inner workings of their cult.

 

 

Links:

Uutuuskirja kertoo Juha Sipilän Tuomo-pojan traagisesta kuolemasta: ”Sipilä purskahti itkuun, kun hän näki kaiken tämän”: http://www.is.fi/kotimaa/art-2000000902121.html

Juha Sipilä Tuomo-poikansa kuolemasta: ”Olisiko leikkaus pitänyt jättää väliin?”: http://www.menaiset.fi/artikkeli/ajankohtaista/ihmiset/juha_sipila_tuomo_poikansa_kuolemasta_olisiko_leikkaus_pitanyt

Juha Sipilä avautuu poikansa traagisesta kuolemasta: “Tuomon kuolema herättää kysymyksiä”: http://www.iltalehti.fi/uutiset/2015033119450456_uu.shtml

Juha Sipilän vaimo Minna-Maaria Kotiliedessä poikansa kuolemasta: ”En tiennyt, että se olisi viimeinen kerta, kun halaamme”: https://anna.fi/ihmiset-ja-suhteet/julkkikset/juha-sipilan-vaimo-minna-maaria-kotiliedessa-poikansa-kuolemasta-en-tiennyt-etta-se-olisi-viimeinen-kerta-kun-halaamme/

Juha Sipilän Arvomaailma: http://www.vauva.fi/keskustelu/4443691/ketju/juha_sipilan_arvomaailma

Laestadianism: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laestadianism

Rauhansanalaisuus: https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rauhansanalaisuus

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Jussi Halla-Aho of True Finns: Freemason Connection?

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.

 

Halla-Aho’s Symbolism

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.

 

Conclusion

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.

 

Links:

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

Gay Mafia and Freemasons involved in the Ulvila Murder Case of Finland?

December 1st, 2006, social psychologist, Jukka S. Lahti, was murdered in his home in the town of Ulvila in Finland. The identity of the killer is still unknown. In 2009 the authorities began to suspect Lahti’s wife, Anneli Auer, of killing him. Auer was taken to court and spent some time in prison, but in the end she was acquitted by the supreme court in 2015.

Naturally, there has been great controversy over this murder in the Finnish media over the years. Yet I had been left out on the whole affair as I was in Japan when the murder occurred (providing me with a convenient alibi). The details of the case had been fuzzy to me until I decided to take a deeper look a few months ago. Here’s some interesting information I’ve found out so far.

 

Incompetent Police Investigation

The media has reported how the police had screwed up the preliminary investigation in several ways. A few examples of this are that the police did not do a technical or forensic examination of the whole house where the crime occurred. They only examined a few rooms properly.  The police did not protect the blood traces properly and some of them were destroyed or contaminated. The police allowed Anneli Auer to enter the house and take a few things out of it while the house was isolated as a crime scene. There many other details to be found in the media.

While it is possible that the police were simply incompetent and not used to handling crimes of this magnitude, Ulvila, and the “big” city next to it are fairly small places and the police who live there are probably more used to seeing murder cases like this on the TV instead of in their job. However, this sort of convenient incompetence, especially when in great amount, like in this case makes the think the authorities are doing it on purpose to cover something up. Sort of like Rumsfeld saying after 9/11 that they were simply unprepared for such an attack.

 

Freemason Involvement

Anneli Auer’s lawyer, Juha Manner, is a Freemason in the Franciscus-lodge in the town of Rauma. One of the former prosecutors, Jarmo Valkama, was a Freemason in the Satakunta-lodge in Pori. He had acted a prosecutor in the case for a long time, but he stepped down in 2014. In February 2016, he had died of a disease that had advanced quickly.

While it is possible that it is merely co-incidental that both of these men were Freemasons, yet it seems a lot like the classic case of a conflict where Freemasons play both sides. The attorney defending Auer was a Mason as was the prosecutor accusing her of the murder. The death of prosecutor Valkama sounds suspicious as well, but maybe it was a natural death?

 

Gay Connection

The victim, Jukka S. Lahti, had been friends with a couple of (prominent?) homosexuals, and one of whom had disappeared and died a day after the murder of Lahti. Pekka Puputti had been in Club Presidentti in Helsinki in early December 2006, Lahti was killed on December 1st. Puputti was found dead in the sea in Helsinki March 2007. According to MV Lehti Puputti disappeared the day after Lahti was killed. Iltalehti wrote that he disappeared on the night between 1st and 2nd. There are suggestions that Puputti might have killed Lahti.

Both Lahti and Puputti had allegedly been doing their doctorate in the town of Kuopio and had known each other. Iltalehti wrote in January 2007, before his body was discovered, that Puputti was a friend of Lehti and was related to the investigation in the Ulvila murder although he wasn’t the main suspect.  Along with Lehti and Puputti doing his doctorate was a gay activist, Olli Stålström. Stålström had written his dissertation on the topic of “Ending the labeling of homosexuality as a disease” in 1997. Stålström thanks Jukka S. Lahti in the dissertation for his help. According to MV Lehti Pekka Puputti also wrote his dissertation on homosexuality, but it was rejected.

While I suppose there is a possibility that Pekka Puputti came straight to Ulvila from Helsinki, it takes about 3 hours to drive between them, killed Lahti and then either committed suicide or was killed by someone else, I don’t believe it. I do think there is a connection between the deaths of Lahti and Puputti, but I don’t know what it is.

 

Conclusion

There’s a lot more to this murder case, of course, but these are the most intriguing details I’ve found out so far; Freemasons and homosexuals. Small Ulvila is starting to sound like metropolitan city with problems of the big bad world. I don’t know who killed Jukka S. Lahti or why, but to me it seems likely there are important people involved in this affair, directly or indirectly. They’re covering something up.

I am not convinced that Anneli Auer, the wife, is innocent of the whole thing either, but I certainly don’t think she is the sole culprit. If I were a judge in her case I’d have to give a “not guilty” verdict as I haven’t seen proof that she did it, yet I don’t trust her.

 

 

Links:

(All in Finnish)

Ulvilan surma: https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulvilan_surma

5 asiaa: Nämä virheet poliisi teki Ulvilan surman esitutkinnassa: http://www.iltasanomat.fi/kotimaa/art-2000000881937.html

15 mokaa – Näin poliisi tyri Ulvila-tutkinnan: http://www.iltasanomat.fi/kotimaa/art-2000000502992.html

Vapaamuurareita: http://murha.info/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=17538&start=90

Franciscus-loosi: http://kaikki.info/vapaamuurarit/loosi_023.html

Satakunta-loosi: http://kaikki.info/vapaamuurarit/loosi_006.html

SK: Ulvilan surman syyttäjä Jarmo Valkama kuollut: http://yle.fi/uutiset/3-8690520

Pikkujouluista kadonnut löytyi kuolleena: http://www.iltasanomat.fi/kotimaa/art-2000000239722.html

Tiesitkö että Pekka Puputti, Jukka S. Lahden ystävä kuoli peräkkäisenä päivänä hämärästi!!: http://mvlehti.net/2015/02/26/tiesitko-etta-pekka-puputti-jukka-s-lahden-ystava-kuoli-paivaa-ennen-jukkaa-hamarasti/

Tunnettu homoaktivisti Olli Stålström tunsi sekä Jukka S.Lahden: http://www.vauva.fi/keskustelu/3831836/ketju/tunnettu_homoaktivisti_olli_stolstrom_tunsi_seka_jukka_s_lahden

HOMOSEKSUAALISUUDEN SAIRAUSLEIMAN
LOPPU: http://www.finnqueer.net/pdf/Homoseksuaalisuuden.pdf

“Häntä ei löydetä hengissä”: http://www.iltalehti.fi/uutiset/200701135586504_uu.shtml

Saint Lucia, Orion and the Occult

Saint Lucia’s day was a couple of days ago December 13th. Saint Lucia was allegedly a Sicilian girl who lived around 300 AD. For some reason though, her day is celebrated especially here in Finland and in Sweden around Christmas time. Blonde girls wear a wreath on their heads with burning candles on it and sing about Saint Lucia. This is something you’re forced to experience every year at school if you’re a child in Finland, and presumably Sweden (although maybe today it’s considered racist).

lucianeito

 

My wife, who is Asian, experienced her first Saint Lucia song experience the other day and told me about. It got me thinking about it again with my symbolically aware conspiracy nut mind that I lacked as a child. The first thing that comes to mind is that Lucia sounds a lot like Lucifer. It’s not the first time that Lucifer would be rendered into a more simplified form for public consumption. See Lucifer Trust becoming Lucis Trust. Moreover the whole Lucia celebration is about bringing light into darkness.

Another reason why the existence of this tradition in Finland and Sweden perplexes me is that Saint Lucia was a saint canonized by the Catholic church, and apparently revered by the Orthodox church as well according to Wikipedia, yet Finland and Sweden are Lutheran countries. Lutherans aren’t supposed to give a damn about saints. What is the point with this tradition?

 

Astrological Connection

I was reading the lyrics to the Saint Lucia song with my wife. The Finnish lyrics start off with “Taivaalla tähtivyö kirkkaana loistaa”. It means in the sky the star belt shines bright. Star belt? That is obviously Orion. Although I don’t think the Swedish version of the song mentions the belt. Nevertheless this isn’t the only connection between Orion and Lucia.

Wikipedia mentions that the winter solstice was on December 13th in the Julian calendar. In the Middle-Ages the solstice co-incided with Lucia’s day. Orion starts to become visible in the night sky in November and December. Acharya S writes that in ancient Egypt the Nile flooded in the summer around the beginning of the summer solstice when Sirius was rising, and the flooding began to stop as Orion was rising around winter solstice. I also saw this picture on Wikipedia from the Lucia’s day in Sweden. Notice the boys behind the girl with the burning head wearing KKK-style wizard hats with three stars. Another Orion connection?

lucia-in-sweden

 

Mythological Collection with Orion

There’s more evidence linking Orion to Saint Lucia. Wikipedia has this picture of Saint Lucia with her eyes on the platter. The Finnish language article explains that Lucia is the saint of the blind and visually impaired. It also tells a short story of a young man who would harass Lucia, because he had fallen in love with her beautiful eyes. Therefore she ripped out her eyes and gave them to him on a platter. When Virgin Mary saw her strong faith she gave Lucia new, even more beautiful eyes.

saint-lucia

 

In Greek myth Orion was blinded by king Oenopion. The blind Orion met Hephaistos (known as Vulcan by the Romans, and as Tubal-Cain by Freemasons) who was lame. The smith Hephaistos felt pity for him and ordered his servant, Cedalion, to help Orion. Eventually the sun god Helios healed the sight of Orion.

Although the details differ between Saint Lucia and Orion, but both became blind, but their sight was eventually restored. Some researchers also associate the constellation Orion with Osiris. In Star Trek, the Orions are a race of green-skinned slave traders. Osiris was known as the green god, but I don’t want this train to get off the rails, so I’ll just end this by stating that Lucia’s day has something to do with the bringing of the light (to put it in an Italian way), and is connected to Orion. Religion and the occult is still going strong in northern Europe even if most people aren’t aware of it.

 

Links:

Saint Lucia (in Finnish): https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyh%C3%A4_Lucia

Lucia’s day (in Finnish): https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucian_p%C3%A4iv%C3%A4

Saint Lucy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Lucy

Lucia song lyrics in Finnish: http://lyricsfi.com/joululaulu/pyha-lucia

Orion the Hunter now easy to view: http://earthsky.org/tonight/orion-rises-in-the-east-at-mid-evening

The Star in the East and Three Kings: http://www.stellarhousepublishing.com/star-east-three-kings.html

Orion: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orion_(mythology)

Continuing on the Imatra Triple-Homicide

I have not found anything definite on the triple homicide in Imatra, Finland, which happened last weekend. There are some minor clues, and some major allegations that have surfaced however. I’ll deal with the small stuff first.

 

The Police Investigation

The suspect, Jori Lasonen, has not commented on action, not even to his lawyer. The police officer in charge of the investigation, Saku Tielinen, says this is unusual, according to Helsingin Sanomat. They don’t think the murders had anything to do with any politics or ideology. Police has previously suggested the possibility that the suspect may have a background of alienation from society and psychological problems.

According to the police officer Tielinen they have a good idea of what happened on the street where the suspect allegedly shot the three women. The police has questioned over 20 people about it and looked at the surveillance camera footage as well.

There’s one comment Helsingin Sanomat says that raises a red flag. They say that the police are still checking out the content’s of Lasonen’s computer. However in the police investigation it has come apparent that the suspect has withdrawn to himself recently, and spent a lot of time on his computer. I wonder if they’re trying say that Lasonen went crazy because he read conspiracy theories or Alt-Right websites on the internet?

An article from Iltalehti says that the foreman of the bouncers in two Imatran clubs or bars, Albert Räsänen, knew Jori Lasonen. Lasonen had been a frequent patron in the bars. Sometimes he came there alone, sometimes with friends. Räsänen, the bouncer foreman, said Lasonen was always a nice customer who behaved well. He couldn’t believe that Lasonen would do something like he supposedly did.

 

Related to Pizzagate?

A few days ago an interesting claim was made about the triple-homicide on the What Does it Mean-website. An article from Sorcha Faal suggested that the murder of the two reporters was an assassination, since they were investigating smuggling of people from Russia to Finland. The article even suggests that Alexander Stubb, the previous Prime Minister of Finland is somehow involved, as was the late politician Tiina Wilen-Jäppinen, who was killed in the shooting. There’s just one thing about all of this; the information comes from Sorcha Faal.

Sorcha Faal is notorious among us conspiracy nuts for being disinfo. Most articles from her (?) start off with the unverifiable claim that a memo has been circulating in the Kremlin… It just happens this article begins in a similar way: “An interesting Federal Security Service (FSB) report circulating in the Kremlin today is expressing “puzzlement/confusion” over the assassination of two Finnish journalists who were interviewing a local politician about her ties to a human smuggling ring”. This FSB report may or may not exist, and there is no way of finding out. Yet, let’s not dismiss Sorcha Faal based simply on the reputation. Let’s take a look at some of the claims she makes.

According to the FSB report, police had arrested a man holding a Finnish passport for trying to entice a 13-year old boy to go to Imatra with him in December 2015. Maybe this did really happen, but as I don’t have access to the report, I cannot know. Or perhaps a Svetogorsk newspaper did report it back when it happened?

The article mentions that in last May, a human smuggling ring from Russia to Finland was busted by the police. This much is true. It was reported in Helsingin Sanomat when it happened. This smuggling ring was used mainly to smuggle “refugees” to Finland, and the police suspected it is connected to a large international criminal organization. Such a smuggling ring seems to exist then, and if it does, it’s not far-fetched to suggest they might also be involved in smuggling children for pedophiles. There just one small detail; the people were being smuggled from Russia to Finland in the north in Salla and Raja-Jooseppi, in Lapland, whereas Imatra is in the south of Finland. So I don’t see any connection between this ring and Imatra.

Sorcha Faal’s article says the FSB report there were some loose-ends to the smuggling operation:

“1.)    Why were transport conveyances (boats/buses/planes/cars, etc.) owned by a “shell corporation” linked to former Finnish Prime Minister (and current Finance Minister) Alexander Stubb and Imatra council leader Tiina Wilén-Jäppinen used by these human smugglers?

2.)    Why were numerous underage girl and boy children given “training/instruction” at the Vuoksenvahti Restaurant in Imatra on preparing food (pizzas, sandwiches, salads, etc.) and then provided with United States temporary hospitality worker E2 Visas and then flown to America?”

If this is true, this is a huge deal. The former Prime Minister and the dead local politician working with the smuggling operation, and restaurant Vuoksenvahti, where the shooting occurred, exporting children to America after instructing them on how to make pizza. It’s just that these claims are based on absolutely nothing. The article does not explain what “transport conveyances” it is referring to or what the “shell corporation” that is linked to former Prime Minister Stubb is, or how Tiina Wilen-Jäppinen is involved. Nor is there any evidence of this training of children and sending them to America with E2 Visas.

If there things happened, why doesn’t the article link to the evidence? My guess is that Sorcha Faal is just making it up. I despise Alexander Stubb probably the most of all the despicable politicians in Finland, but I still don’t find it appealing to hear someone make false charges against him. Or if the charge holds water, please provide the evidence.

Sorcha Faal also claims that the two reporters who died in the shooting, Katri Ikävalko and Anne Vihavainen, where investigating the human smuggling ring and were killed for it. The newspaper they worked for, Uutisvuoksi, has allegedly sent a request to FSB investigators to find out about the human smuggling operation, and these two reporters were the contacts, or something like that. Yet once again, I’ve seen no evidence of any of this claim.

 

My Two Cents

I suggest you ignore the whole Sorcha Faal article. I feel dirty for even having discussed it. I almost get the feeling that they read what I wrote on my blog last Sunday on the shooting and tried to pretend my speculation was fact. I did suggest that the two reporters were investigating some sort of scandal, but that was hypothetical possibility. Still is. The fact is, we still don’t know all of the details, but what we do know is that this incident is unusual and suspicious. Like I mentioned in my previous article it’s weird how the suspect did not flee the crime scene after shooting the women. It’s even weirder since he still has refused to talk about it. I won’t buy any claim that he did it because he was crazy. It is not an explanation. If you say he was crazy because he thought the devil was speaking to him and the suspect had to kill three people to appease, or he thought the three women were reptilian shapeshifters, him being crazy is an explanation.

It would appear that Jori Lasonen did do the shooting, if the police have the surveillance footage of it, and several eye-witnesses. The initial reports of the shooting didn’t make sense, since it appeared that the witnesses did not flee after Lasonen started shooting, but it was mentioned somewhere they went inside restaurant Uutisvuoksi and barred the doors. This sounds a bit more reasonable of why the witnesses would remain on the scene. Still, the suspect’s behaviour, or as it has been described in the media, has been highly strange.

The most alarming aspect of this incident for me has been the media, however. Especially YLE. Like I said in my previous article, YLE was instantly pushing a certain narrative of the suspect being insane, and that he chose the victims randomly. They don’t know his motivation, so they do not know whether it was random. YLE even interviewed a psychiatrist indirectly suggesting that Lasonen was insane. Either the media is pushing this narrative of a crazy gunman for a reason, or I suppose it might be that YLE reporters heard rumours of the suspect being mentally unhinged and interviewed the psychiatrist for click-bait revenue. Nevertheless, it’s shoddy reporting at best.

I don’t know what is going with this incident, but I find it suspicious. The media, the behaviour of the suspect. I don’t want to add to the rumour mill like Sorcha Faal did. Yet I do think there is more to this than we see on the surface, but these are just suspicions and hypothetical possibilities.

 

 

Links:

Imatran joukkosurmasta epäilty vangittiin, mies on pysynyt vaiti – ”Ei ole tavallista, että epäilty ei kerro asioista edes omalle avustajalleen”: http://www.hs.fi/kotimaa/art-2000004897898.html

Imatran kolmoissurmasta epäilty tuli tutuksi yöelämässä -“Hän oli aina ystävällinen ja asiallinen asiakas”: http://www.iltalehti.fi/uutiset/201612062200036733_uu.shtml

Assassination Of Finnish Reporters Investigating Bizarre “Pizzagate” Plot Puzzles Russia: https://archive.is/j2raS

International Migrant Smuggling Ring Busted in Finland: https://archive.is/pfCA4

Kansainvälisen rikollisorganisaation epäillään salakuljettaneen kymmeniä Suomeen Sallan ja Raja-Joosepin kautta: http://www.hs.fi/kotimaa/art-2000002899538.html

Shooting in Finnish city of Imatra, local politician and 2 reporters dead

Last night a 23-year old man shot a local politician, Tiina Wilen-Jäppinen, and two reporters from a newspaper, Uutisvuoksi. For some reason the names of the two reporters were have not been released, or at least have not been mentioned in the media. All victims were women. The shooting happened apparently on the street in front of a bar or restaurant called Vuoksenvahti.

Looking at how the main stream media has reported on this story I smell something rotten. First of all, MTV 3 news says the suspect chose his victims randomly, and the police has no idea about his motive. How can they know he shot them randomly if they don’t know the motive? It does not add up.

Second, YLE news (the Finnish “BBC”) made a whole article praising the dead politician, Tiina Wilen-Jäppinen. The article mainly lists many of the positive aspects, like how she was humane and empathetic, liked motor cycles and so forth. She hasn’t been dead for 24 hours yet, and we don’t know the whole story about the shooting incident, we don’t even know the names of the two dead reporters. Aren’t these hero worship articles supposed to be put out a bit later?

Third, YLE interviewed a court psychiatrist, Alo Jüriloo (Estonian name?), about this shooting. This too is too early. We don’t know if the shooter was mentally unhinged, we don’t know his motive, we don’t know anything, yet YLE is indirecly suggesting that the alleged shooter was insane. Moreover the psychiatrist is quoted as saying that we cannot stop shootings like these in a free democratic society, although we can try to reduce them by offering help to mentally unstable people and affect the availability of guns. This might be a false flag to push for gun control, but I doubt it. It sounds more like some politicians have been saying in Germany or France that we just have to learn live with terrorism.

This leads me to question of the identity of the alleged shooter. We only know he is a 23-year old man who lives in Imatra. MTV 3 mentioned he is Finnish. He apparently has a criminal record which includes acts of violence. So far I’m inclined to believe that he is an immigrant, he may be a Finnish citizen, but how the media has avoided blaming him suggests he might be an African or Islamic immigrant. Nowadays it is not politically correct to admit it whenever an immigrant does anything criminal.

Other possibility is that the three dead women, or perhaps one of the reporters was investigating something important and they were silenced. Perhaps the reporters had uncovered a scandal and were discussing it with the politician and they were shot to cover up the scandal. The suspect they apprehended could be a patsy, or for all I know some sort of Manchurian candidate. I am inclined to think the shooting had something to do with the reporters, since most of the attention has been on the politician. It seems as if the media is trying to direct our attention toward her.

The Finnish police’s website says that the situation was confusing as the squad arrived on the scene. There were three dead people on the street. Passers-by pointed out the shooter who had been at the scene. The suspect did not resist or try to flee. The police apprehended him. The suspect’s car was at the crime scene and the police found a gun in the trunk.

This does not make sense. Based on this story the suspect shot the three women, went to his car, put his gun (a hunting rifle according to MTV 3) in the trunk and stayed on the scene. The eye-witnesses also did not flee from the killer, but stayed on the scene. They all happily waited for the police to arrive. Something is amiss.

Moreover the media, at least YLE, is pushing this narrative that the shooter was insane and acting randomly although it is impossible for them to know that yet. It seems there is some sort of cover up and YLE is trying to divert our attention to pointless stuff, like the humane nature of Tiina-Wilen Jäppinen.

The Finnish independence day is on December 6th, two days from now. Who knows if this is some sort of false flag to make patriots look bad, but I’m more inclined to think this was assassination to silence people who knew too much.

 

EDIT: The names of the two dead reporters were mentioned on the website of Uutisvuoksi newspaper. They are Katri Ikävalko and Anne Vihavainen. Apparently they had been on a theatre trip to Helsinki, and returned to Imatra the night before they were shot.

http://www.uutisvuoksi.fi/Online/2016/12/05/Imatralla%20surmatut%20toimittajat%20olivat%20Katri%20Ik%C3%A4valko%20ja%20Anne%20Vihavainen/2016521600596/16

 

The internet news site MV-lehti has released a picture of the alleged shooter and his name, Jori Lasonen. It appears he was a Finnish guy after all.

http://mvlehti.net/2016/12/04/valokuvassa-imatran-kolmoissurmaaja-jori-lasonen/

 

Links:

(All in Finnish)

Poliisi tutkii: Olivatko kävelykadulle ammutut naiset satunnaisia ohikulkijoita vai ravintolan asiakkaita?: http://yle.fi/uutiset/3-9333782
Imatran ammuskelussa kuoli kaksi paikallislehti Uutisvuoksen ja Etelä-Saimaan toimittajaa: http://yle.fi/uutiset/3-9334018
Imatra menetti ihmisläheisen, nauravaisen ja yhteistyökykyisen poliitikon: http://yle.fi/uutiset/3-9334011
Oikeuspsykiatri: Imatran kaltaisia ampumisia ei voida kokonaan estää mitenkään: http://yle.fi/uutiset/3-9334068
Imatran ampumasurman tiedotustilaisuuden sisältö: http://poliisi.fi/tietoa_poliisista/tiedotteet/1/1/imatran_ampumasurman_tiedotustilaisuuden_sisalto_54304
Oudot yksityiskohdat Imatran ampujasta: Ei puhunut mitään, kielsi kertomasta läheisille: http://www.mtv.fi/uutiset/rikos/artikkeli/oudot-yksityiskohdat-imatran-ampujasta-ei-puhunut-mitaan-kielsi-kertomasta-laheisille/6198444

Dumbing Down of Bookstores

There are two major chains of bookstores in Finland, Akateeminen Kirjakauppa (Academic Bookstore) and Suomalainen Kirjakauppa (Finnish Bookstore). Both of them used to be pretty decent and have interesting books on sale, but not anymore.

Most cities in Finland seem to have the Finnish Bookstore, whereas the Academic Bookstore has outlets only in the bigger cities. This is one reason I, and probably others as well, have viewed the Academic Bookstore as more prestigious. The town I studied in years ago only had the Finnish Bookstore, however that store too had interesting books on sale. That was 10-13 years ago. This changed about 5 years ago. Nowadays the bookstore has only superficial, main-stream books. Basically nothing I find of interest or of significance, except maybe for some science fiction or fantasy novels, but those too are overpriced.

The Academic Bookstore used to have books on esoteric subjects just a few years ago. My local bookstore here in Turku even had a couple of books by David Icke on sale. However, that too has changed. Recently the whole store was reorganized and gone were the alternative stuff. I recently visited their store in Helsinki, and the same thing had happened over there. Just a year ago I visited that store and I remember seeing stuff such as The Book of the Law by Aleister Crowley and some book on alchemy. Not the kind of stuff you buy as a Christmas present for your uncle. Nowadays the purpose of these bookstores is mere entertainment, not education or intellectual development.

I am not saying that reading David Icke or Aleister Crowley will make you a better person necessarily, but they do provide information that differs from the consumerist main-stream books. Nowadays Finnish Bookstores and Academic Bookstores don’t have the variety that they used to provide in the past.

Sure, there are smaller bookstores that have other types of books, and of course you can order them online, yet I find it rather disappointing and alarming that these big chains have been deliberately dumbed down. I cannot help but see it as part of a political agenda.

I wonder if the same phenomenon is happening in other countries? Are the bookstores being dumbed down there too?