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Postby Ethric » Dec 6 2011, 18:25

Huzzah! And I read today that Vladimir Zhirinovsky no longer thinks Russia should annex Finland, that's another bit of good news. Well maybe not news, but I can't be expected to be up to date on Finnish-crazy Russian politician relations every day.

Good luck with the EU ;)
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Postby Yurian Stonebow » Dec 6 2012, 20:25

Yes, Happy Independence Day Finland!!

Today is the 95th Anniversary of Finnish Independence.

The republic of Finland was born in December 6th 1917 out of the wreckage that was the dead and soon to buried Russian Empire. My fellow patriots fought hard the following spring in the bitter Finnish Civil War in order to drive out the Red Russians and their Finnish lackeys in order to lay down the cornerstone of the modern western style democracy Finland is today.

*It should be noted here that Finland did flirt with the idea of establishing a monarchy led by an Imperial German prince but that plan fell through due to German defeat in the Great War in November 1918. The State of Finland received its Republican Constitution in July 1919 which in turn gave way to the current, amended version in the year 2000.

Much to my dismay the current (Since March 1st 2012) President of the Republic is a long time pro-Nato and pro-EU right wing ex-lawyer from the elitist-commercial-big industry leaning party known as the National Coalition Party. Sauli Niinistö, the President of the Republic is more or less actively pushing Finland faster & deeper into the Nato zone and ever more so fully integrated into the United States of Europe, quite rightfully labelled "The Soviet Union of today" by the anti-EU Finnish MPs.

As you can see, I am most unhappy with the way political climate here in Finland has changed the last couple of years. And not only is the President pro-EU but so is the current Prime Minister (from the President's party, no less!) and the Foreign Minister, too. It seems that everything's about to go all down the drain now.

Oh well. Once more, I wish you a most happy Independence Day Finland, my beloved home country. May the EU be cursed forever for trying to strangle you with its lies and those no-good lackeys of big corporations who pose as "patriotic" and "good people representing national interests" both in Helsinki and there in Brussels, too.


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Postby Kalah » Dec 6 2012, 20:41

Happy happy, etc. Now where's that bottle of Koskenkorva ...
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Postby ywhtptgtfo » Dec 1 2013, 16:08

It is with a heavy heart to announce that there will be no more independence day for Finland this year, since it is now a part of Sweden once more as it (and Norway) always should've been.

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Postby Kalah » Dec 1 2013, 18:48

*waits for Yurian to show up with pitchfork and chainsaw* :D
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Postby Gaidal Cain » Dec 1 2013, 19:56

I just want to say that I in no way have written, influenced, encouraged, previewed or seen ywhtptgtfo's message before now.

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Postby Pitsu » Dec 1 2013, 20:21

ywhtptgtfo wrote:It is with a heavy heart to announce that there will be no more independence day for Finland this year, since it is now a part of Sweden once more as it (and Norway) always should've been.


Nah, the day is very near when all the estonians who have migrated into Finland disguised as workers and proffessionals will rise their voice and though this seemingly peaceful action Finland will become a part of the Estonian Empire.

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Happy 97th Anniversary!

Postby Yurian Stonebow » Dec 6 2014, 19:02

Yes, it's once more that time of the year at hand.
Happy 97th Independence Day Finland!! :)

Kippis, Skål and Cheers everyone!
*pours a celebratory drink*


@:ywhtptgtfo

Finland and Sweden did walk towards a common destiny for more than 650 years, the memory of which I believe still lives on in the two halves of the former Swedish Empire. The Heads of State of Finland and Sweden celebrated together the Bicennetial of the year 1809 just a short 5 years ago. My bilingual mother (from a Fenno-Swede family, no less!) even bought me a book about the events of 1809 which was jointly published by the National Museum of Finland and its Swedish counterpart.

As for Norway, I think it's better to ask the Danes about it first...

@:Pitsu

The day is very near when the Russian Empire is reborn and we both better pray that we have the strength to resist the invasion when it arrives.
I think we Finns could use more than double the amount of the 100,000 Estonians currently living in Finland to help us defend the country when the Bear from the East comes to claim back that which once was his.


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Last year's Finnish Independence Day celebration here on CH was cancelled because of me getting hard hit by pneumonia which forced me to stay in bed for almost 20 days. One can't do much with a 39,5 C fever and a near-constant coughing troubling him.



And let us not forget: Down with the United States of Europe!


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Postby Kalah » Dec 7 2014, 23:35

We don't really celebrate our independence day much here. Instead, we celebrate our Constitutional day, since that was the basis for our decleration of independence some 90 years later. Rather than going to an all-out war of independence, our parliament simply declared that since the Swedish king had ceased to function as Norwegian king in the way the Constitution says he should, he was no longer our king. We gave him the boot. ;)
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Postby ywhtptgtfo » Jan 3 2015, 17:21

Kalah wrote:We don't really celebrate our independence day much here. Instead, we celebrate our Constitutional day, since that was the basis for our decleration of independence some 90 years later. Rather than going to an all-out war of independence, our parliament simply declared that since the Swedish king had ceased to function as Norwegian king in the way the Constitution says he should, he was no longer our king. We gave him the boot. ;)


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Re: Happy Independence Day Finland

Postby Yurian Stonebow » Dec 6 2015, 18:07

Hurrah! Today it's time to celebrate independent Finland's 98th Anniversary! The TV's on and they're now live broadcasting the President's Independence Day reception gala from the Presidential Palace in downtown Helsinki. A joyful moment for us Finns. I'm celebrating the national holiday by toasting to the continuing well-being of my beloved home country. May you flourish for centuries in peace and harmony without unneeded further "guidance" from a "sui generis" evil foreign organization, which I despise enough to not name it outright.

Speaking of that "sui generis" organization, I hereby make a solemn promise to burn its flag on the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Finland.

Happy Independence Day Finland! Kippis, skål and cheers! :)


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Re: Happy Independence Day Finland

Postby Yurian Stonebow » Dec 6 2016, 19:47

Hello everyone

It's that time of the year again and this Finn here is already quite enjoying the (99th) Finnish Independence Day with fine beer in his hand and feeling proud of the people hosting and saluting the flag all around in his neighbourhood. What a merry sight it is indeed. :)


With festative greetings,


Yurian


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Re: Happy Independence Day Finland

Postby Pitsu » Dec 6 2017, 18:04

It is the day. And been so for 100 years now!

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Re: Happy Independence Day Finland

Postby Pol » Dec 6 2017, 22:27

Hooray for Finland! Hope you have also at least 360+ mini breweries like in here, cheers!! :D
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