My hypothesis: Finland and, to a lesser extent, all the Nordic countries, are highly conformist cultures in which you’re not supposed to “rock the boat.” This may be due to small gene pool and adaptation to extreme cold where only highly cooperative groups survive. But the intense conformity—the desire not to “stand out”- means that Multiculturalism has spread through Finland at incredible speed: it has taken only about a decade. And now it is the orthodoxy, it must not be questioned. By criticizing the public promotion of homosexuality, the former Christian Democrat leader ventured into Woke-shark infested waters. https://vdare.com/articles/is-finland-headed-to-civil-war-are-we
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