Finnish Court Rules Sex With Children Is ‘Permitted’
Finland’s Supreme Court has ruled that sex with children as young as 10 is not ‘rape’ if you come from a culture where sexual relations between adults and kids is ‘normal’. The country that stood alone against the might of the Soviet Red Army in the winter of 1939-40 has surrendered its children without a hand being raised.
In a case that has triggered international condemnation, the court rejected a request from the prosecution to appeal a three-year jail term for Muslim asylum seeker, Juusuf Muhamed Abbudin, who violently raped a 10-year-old girl when he arrived in Finland.
The man was convicted of aggravated sexual abuse, although the prosecution had sought a harsher sentence on charges of aggravated rape. However, the court left the original verdict unchanged.
The incident took place near the city of Tampere in southern Pirkanmaa region in autumn 2016. The man had sexual intercourse with a 10-year old child, in the yard of a deserted apartment block.
Both Pirkanmaa District Court and the Appeal Court in the city of Turku convicted the asylum seeker of aggravated sexual abuse and handed him a three-year prison sentence in 2017. But the courts refused to recognise the incident as rape, saying the girl wasn’t forced into the sexual act or overcome by fear. The judges ordered the man to pay the child €3,000 ($3,600).
The decision fueled fierce debates across the country. Tuula Tamminen, professor of Child Psychiatry at the University of Tampere, insisted that the child simply couldn’t know what was happening in such a situation.
One has to ask, do the Finns as a whole simply not know what is happening to them? Or what the heroes who died surrounded by dead Communists in the Winter War would think about their pathetic descendants?