On the contrary, we like women in Finland
Unlike the fake news The Guardian published, the truth is that the Finnish population prefers women leaders - despite voting the disaster known as Sanna Marin out.
“Misogyny is a mighty force on the right – just look at the fate of Finland’s Sanna Marin”, writes the clueless “reporter” of The Guardian, Zoe Williams.
I am a journalist who has lived in Finland for the last 26 years. Perhaps we know better than foreign “journalists” who haven’t even stepped into the country nor know the party dynamics of our politics.
Sanna Marin’s government has been a disaster for the Finnish public
She has favoured partying almost every weekend with celebrities, cheated on her husband, been into drug use allegations, focused gathering Instagram followers, put the country in historical debt, made very bad decisions, lied about Hornet-jets in Ukraine, lied about abortions in Poland, and alienated the working class from the Social Democrats party with her elitist attitude. And even tried to bury an islamist SDP member of parliaments connections to the Iranian terror-government.
She is known as the politician who never answers the questions of the reporters, talks over on other peoples turns and yells away in every situation. After each blunder she made herself look like a victim in gossip media and cried “misogyny!”. Ironically she made women look weak, stupid and needy, instead of stepping up as a leader of a free nation.
In reality, Sanna Marin was never even voted in as the Prime Minister, but her party installed her as the previous Prime Minister Antti Rinne stepped down after a vote of no confidence. Finnish public never even chose her. Her “popularity” was solely based on outside factors, like her age and appearance, which in reality is a very anti-feminist take.
Her politics in reality were an utter disaster for the Finnish people.
Finnish population still prefers female leaders
Unlike the image the foreign press is trying to portray of the Finnish population, we finnish people actually still prefer women leaders in politics.
Riikka Purra, a female, the party leader of the “True Finns” gathered a historical amount of votes, that only five politicans before her had ever done in Finlands history.
Isn’t she a woman? Is voting for her instead of Sanna Marin “misogyny”?
Actually the three most popular politicians in the elections were all female.
Almost all party leaders in Finland are women.
Stop labelling us as “misogynists”, because we as the Finnish population, preferred another, well respected and talented woman, that doesn’t party with celebrities and doesn’t make herself look like a victim, to lead us.
We dropped a woman for incompetence and voted for a woman for her competence.
That is not “misogyny”, Zoe Williams of The Guardian.
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