The parliamentary leader of the Finnish far right party was applying to be a member of a full scale Nazi party
Tuesday, 01 November 2011
The leader of Finnish far right party, True Finn’s parliamentary, was about to apply to become a member of the a full scale Nazi party but decided to tone down later .
Their MP, Juho Eerola had earlier applied for membership of a party known as the National Socialist organization which was planned to be a real far right organisation similar to the Nazi party that rules Germany in the 1930s and 40s.
The party’s assistant parliamentary leader, Ulla Pyysalo’s name appears on a list of people who applied for membership in the association, known as Suomen vastarintaliike, or Finland's resistance movement. She says that the application was made a few years ago. It was not approved and according to Pyysalo she did not want to be a member of the movement.
“I did not know exactly what the club stood for when I sent in my application,” says Pyysalo in an interview for Yle X of the Finnish national broadcaster Yle.
The movement advocates radical racial doctrine, which Pyysalo after some hesitation, says she did not want to be associated with. The leader of the True Finns Party parliamentary group, Pirkko Ruohonen-Lerner told YLE that the issue shall be addressed at the next party meeting.
By Scancomark.se Team