lauantai 5. marraskuuta 2011

Estonian turncoats persecute pro-Kremlin persons



The Estonian authorities have engaged in a strange policy against free movement of persons. Therefore, it was very sad recently that a few Finnish journalists, even those close to the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, displayed their gratitude to Estonia, because this state is quite negative in relation to Russia. In their view, Finland should learn from Estonia's anti-Russian politics! My friend wants just the opposite: the Estonian turncoats should stop teasing.

The Estonian Ministry of the Interior says the entry ban was issued because in spring 2009 Abdullah (Risto) Tammi took part in a (peaceful) demonstration in Helsinki opposing the activities of the neo-nationalist Estonian writers Sofi Oksanen and Imbi Paju together with “representatives of the pro-Kremlin organizations Night Watch and Nashi.”

In Tammi’s opinion “Estonian turncoats, who now promote the repression of Russians, but who fear for their considerable economic and political status” are behind the entry ban.

Read more: "Estonian turncoats persecute pro-Kremlin persons" (RT 04 November, 2011)




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