Update: Tundra Tabloids has now posted about the Tomashot story.
Tomashot is a Finnish blogger who has just been convicted of “incitement against a national group” (in Sweden it would be hets mot folkgrupp). I can’t link to his blog, since he was required as a part of his sentence to take it down.
The case seems to resemble that mounted against Mikko Ellilä last year, only in Tomashot’s case the government pushed it all the way through a trial.
Tomashot is quoted by Turkkilaista Tuumintaa as saying:
Tuusula circuit court found me guilty today of incitement against a national group. My sentence was a fine of €850 and all of my web pages were ordered to be closed down. Even though I insisted that my pages which were part of the factually based “News From Finland”, which publishes news concerning the crimes committed by immigrants and should be spared, they were also ordered to be closed down as well.
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The verdict was exceptionally harsh financially, nor do individuals with families have the money to spare for such a thing. According to the directive, I am to keep my web pages permanently closed. During the trial, I was left with the feeling that everything had already been judged beforehand. I believe that I explained my case and my position in a reasonable and acceptable manner, for which I was slapped with a verdict based on such a weak charge, just because I dared to have a different opinion by bringing the stark realism of multiculturalism for all to see.
But my case has now become just one of these “example cases” by which the voice of truth is silenced.
KGS says he will have more on this later, so keep an eye on Tundra Tabloids.
The list of suppressed bloggers will soon become too long to post. The trend is accelerating.
I know that Belgium, Britain, Canada, Israel, Sweden, and Finland are countries that have been affected. Which one will be next?