There was quite a bit of “Camp of the Saints” news today — I’ll discuss it tomorrow in its own post, if I have time.
The big news of the day was the enormous success of the True Finns party in the Finnish elections. The vote spread among the top four parties was only about 0.1%, and the True Finns were the only party that did not lose seats. They came in third, and will be one of the coalition parties in the new government. They are not only opposed to more cultural enrichment, they are Euro-skeptics, which makes this a double win from our perspective.
Jussi Halla-aho, who has guest-posted here at Gates of Vienna in the past, was elected to the Finnish Parliament — definitely a red-letter day for the Counterjihad.
In other news, violent protesters in Jordan clashed with police, and 40 policemen were injured. 70 Salafist demonstrators were arrested during the protests.
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