A planned mass sex attack involving “thousands” of nonwhite invaders in the city center of Helsinki, Finland, on New Year’s Eve, was only averted by swift police action and the arrest of dozens of “asylum seekers,” it has emerged.
Cologne, New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2015.
According to a report in the Yleisradio Oy (Finnish Broadcasting Company, YLE), the attack was thwarted by police action. Central Criminal Police Detective Superintendent Thomas Elfgren says that in light of “new information” he had “no reason to doubt” that Finland was intended to have “similar New Year’s Eve activities as took place in Cologne, Germany.”
The YLE report says that police gained advance notice of the plans, which included arrangements by the nonwhite “asylum seekers” to arrive in Helsinki from invader centers from other parts of Finland.
“We had information that Helsinki was to be the center of a New Year’s Eve gathering which would result in a variety of disorders,” Helsinki Police Department deputy chief, Ilkka Koskimäki. told YLE.
The police drew up plans and blocked more than a thousand nonwhite “asylum seekers” at the main Helsinki railway station on their way to the city center, and arrested several of them.
“Police prepared in advance for all incidents, in particular those of sexual harassment, thefts, and fights,” Koskimäki said.
The advance information came from intelligence gathered by monitoring several invader “asylum seeker” centers, which led to the arrest of six nonwhites from Iraq in the Aavaranta “reception center,” he said.
Police also said that two thousand nonwhite invader “asylum seekers” gathered at Helsinki Senate Square.
As a result, despite the efforts of the police, a number of cases of sexual harassment by the nonwhites were reported on New Year’s Eve, which led to “more than twenty” invaders being arrested.
In 2015, Finland officially received 32,479 applications for asylum, almost ten times more than the 3,651 received in 2014. Almost all of those were young males of which about two thirds were Iraqis.
A picture taken by passerby near Helsinki railway station at Asematunneli on New Year’s Eve.
The AFP newswire reported that police had admitted that there had been an “unusually high level of sexual harassment in Helsinki on New Year’s Eve” and that they “had been tipped off about plans by groups of asylum seekers to sexually harass women.”
Koskimäki told the AFP that “There hasn’t been this kind of harassment on previous New Year’s Eves or other occasions for that matter… This is a completely new phenomenon in Helsinki.”
Security guards hired to patrol the city on New Year’s Eve told police there had been “widespread sexual harassment” at Helsinki Senate Square.
Referring to those arrested, Koskimäki said that the “suspects were asylum seekers. Three were caught and taken into custody on the spot.”
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