Finland

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Group.png Finland   Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
EU-Finland.svg
Flag of Finland.svg
Capital cityHelsinki
LocationEurope, Nordics, Northern Europe
LeaderPresident of Finland
Typenation state
Member ofEuropean Union, Eurozone, International Energy Agency, OECD, UN
SubpageFinland/Ambassador
Finland/Deep state
Finland/Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN
Finland/Minister
Finland/Permanent Representative to the UN
Finland/President
Finland/Prime Minister
Finland/Social Democratic Party
Finland/Speaker of Parliament
Nordic country, borders Russia.

Finland is a nation state in the Nordic region of Europe, it has a 1,340 km (830 mi) long border with Russia, which is an external border of the European Union. [1]

NATO

Under prime minister Sanna Marin, in May 2022, Finland submitted its official letter of application to become a NATO Ally.[2]

"National Security"

The Finnish Police have stated that warrants are not needed for searches in cases of "national security".[3]

Nuclear Waste

The citizens of Finland voted to dispose of all their country's nuclear waste within the borders of Finland, not to export the problem elsewhere. As of 2010, only Finland had begun construction of a permanent storage facility for disposal of nuclear waste (at Onkalo); other countries had only temporary storage.[4]

Deep state

The Prime Minister of Finland has long been subject to influence of WEF and Bilderberg influence, e.g.

Basic income experiment

Finland basic income preliminary results 2019.png

From January 2017 until December 2018, 2,000 unemployed Finns got a monthly flat payment of €560 (£490; $634). The aim was to see if a guaranteed safety net would help people find jobs, and support them if they had to take insecure gig economy work.[5][6][7][8]

CIA party funding

When Uhro Kekkonen was president, the CIA invested considerably in the non-Kekkonen wing of his party, the Agrarian League, in 1962. The financial support would have been as much as a million dollars - a great amount at the time. Kekkonen's too Soviet-friendly position was considered problematic by the CIA. In 2013, it was revealed that his advisors Max Jakobson and Johannes Virolainen supplied the American agency with information.[9]

CIA money also flowed to the Social Democratic Party. It was easy to obtain because Väinö Leskinen's Brother's in arms movement which was still active in the early 1960s, and did anti-communist work in the workplace and in organizations. Support from the CIA was also encouraged by information about Soviet support for the Finnish Communist Party. It is estimated that the support was a tenth of the Social Democrats’s budget.[10]

Receiving money from intelligence services was illegal. Money was smuggled across borders, billed overprints were printed, lotteries and fundraisers were held. Their income could then be mixed with cross-border support.

Director of the employer's association, Päiviö Hetemäki, for his part, maintained his own channel of communication for British intelligence, but there is little information about the content of the contact.[9]


 

An event carried out

EventLocationDescription
Evacuation from AfghanistanAfghanistanThe evacuation of foreigners from Afghanistan, one of the largest airlifts in history

 

Events

EventDescription
Bilderberg/1994The 42nd Bilderberg, in Helsinki.
Winter War

 

Groups Headquartered Here

GroupStartDescription
Aalto University School of Business1911The largest business school in Finland.
Hanken School of Economics1909Business school for the once dominant Swedish-speaking community in Finland.
Helsinki University of Technology1849Finnish research university
Kone27 October 1910Finnish elevator company owned by the Herlin family, Finland's richest. Both family members and CEOs have attended Bilderberg meetings.
Nokia
Nordea
University of Helsinki1640The oldest and largest university in Finland
University of Jyväskylä1863The university offers a wide range of study programmes for master's degree conducted in English, many of which are unique in Finland.
University of Oulu1958One of the largest universities in Finland
University of Tampere1925Public university in Tampere, Finland.
University of Turku1920Finnish-speaking university
Åbo Akademi University1918Swedish language university in Finland.

 

Citizens of Finland on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Krister Ahlstrom29 August 1940Finnish businessman. Attended 1994 Bilderberg meeting as President and CEO of the family consortium Ahlström.
Esko Aho20 May 1954Attended the 1994 Bilderberg as Prime Minister of Finland
Martti Ahtisaari23 June 193710th President of Finland, UN Commissioner for Namibia, 3 Bilderbergs
Matti Alahuhta22 June 1952Finnish businessman
Matti Apunen20 August 1960Hexabilderberg Finnish business lobbyist
Jessikka Aro19 December 1980Finnish journalist connected to the Integrity Initiative
Anne Berner16 January 1964Single Bilderberger Finnish politician. Now works for the Wallenberg family.
Antti Blåfield22 June 1953Finnish double Bilderberg as editor-in-chief of Helsingin Sanomat
Fredrik Castrén6 November 19289 December 1998Chairman of the Finnish Confederation of Industry
Kim Dotcom21 January 1974Alleged copyright infringer in the cross hairs of Hollywood and the FBI
Casimir Ehrnrooth6 April 19318 July 2015Finnish financier, Bilderberg 1989. One son also a Bilderberger
Georg Ehrnrooth27 July 192617 October 2010Right-wing and anti-communist politician. Part of the patrician Ehrnrooth family, which has several Bilderbergers.
Henrik Ehrnrooth1969Big money second generation Finnish Bilderberger
Ralph Enckell13 May 191318 May 2001Finnish diplomat. President Uhro Kekkonen's chief adviser on international politics.
Aatos Erkko16 September 19325 May 2012Finnish multi millionaire publisher
Eljas Erkko1 June 189520 February 1965As Foreign Minister, botched the negotiations with the Soviet Union before the Winter War. President of International Press Institute 1954-56
Dodi Fayed15 April 195531 August 1997
Laura Halminen
Olli Heinonen1946Deputy Director-General for Safeguards at the IAEA
Olli-Pekka Heinonen25 June 1964Finnish politician and civil servant. Bilderberg boost in 2011, when he became Prime Minister's state secretary.
Eero Heinäluoma4 July 1955Transatlantic Finnish politician. Groomed as successor Prime Minister, but failed in elections.
Jon Hellevig26 February 196226 May 2020
Antti Herlin14 November 1956Multi-billionaire Finnish businessman
Seppo Honkapohja7 March 1951Finnish economist
Tankmar Horn16 August 192416 March 2018Finnish diplomat and businessman. Deep state father.
Sirkka Hämäläinen8 May 1939Attended the 1994 Bilderberg as Governor of Bank of Finland. Trilateral Commission.
Jukka Härmälä15 October 1946One of the key players in the Finnish economy. As CEO arranged for one of the largest and most unsuccessful acquisitions in Finnish economic history, with a loss of EUR 5 billion. He also enjoys the largest pension in Finland.
Jaako Ihamuotila25 November 1939One of the most influential business leaders of his time in Finland
Jaakko Iloniemi30 May 1932Bilderberg Steering committee, Finnish Ambassador to the US
Max Jakobson30 September 19239 March 2013Source of information for the CIA and close advisor of President Uhro Kekkonen
Mirja Jarimo-Lehtinen"Local organiser" for the 1994 Bilderberg. Also "in attendance" at the 1994 Bilderberg.
Ole Johansson16 June 1951Finnish businessman who attended Bilderberg/2011 as head of the Confederation of Finnish Industries.
Jacob von Julin23 July 19061 June 1986Finnish industrialist who went to the 1971 Bilderberg
Atte Jääskeläinen2 August 1965Participated in Bilderberg before becoming news editor-in-chief at Finnish state television.
Kari Kairamo31 December 193211 December 1988A Finnish businessman who reportedly hung himself, something his company, Nokia initially lied about.
Jyrki Katainen14 October 1971Triple Bilderberger Finnish PM and favorite of the financial system. Wants neutral Finland to join NATO. Later EU Commissioner.
Olli Kivinen24 March 193920 July 2014Pro EU and NATO Finnish journalist and editor
Sixten Korkman3 February 1948Single Bilderberger
Johannes Koroma16 March 1943Director General, Confederation of Finnish Industry and Employers
Rolf Kullberg3 October 19303 September 2007Governor of the Bank of Finland responsible the country's worst recession in the early 1990s.
Jarl Köhler1935Attended three Bilderbergs in the early 1990s as CEO of the Confederation of Finnish Forest Industries
Sakari Lehto26 December 192330 June 2006Finnish business lobbyist who attended the 1973 Bilderberg conference. Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade 1975-76. First chairman of the Finland committee of the Club of Rome.
Paula Lehtomaki29 November 1972Finnish politician who attended Bilderberg 2004 as Minister for Foreign Trade and Development
Erkki Liikanen19 September 1950Finnish central banker, European Commissioner who was mooted as candidate for President of the European Central Bank in 2019
Paavo Lipponen23 April 1941Penta-Bilderberger, Prime Minister of Finland
Per-Erik Lönnfors6 August 1935Finnish editor-in-chief from the Swedish minority. President of the International Press Institute 1990-91.
Sanna Marin16 November 1985World Economic Young Leader and Finland's youngest-ever prime minister.
Björn MattssonFinnish businessman
Leena Mörttinen19 March 1967Finnish economist
Kaius Niemi1974
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