WEF-Linked Finnish PM Loses Reelection to Conservative Opponent

Finland’s “woke” Prime Minister Sanna Marin has been defeated in her reelection bid by her conservative opponent.

Marin has been instrumental in pushing her nation, and neighboring Sweden, to join NATO, much to the outrage of bordering Russia.

The radical PM is also closely linked to the World Economic Forum (WEF).

WEF founder and chairman Klaus Schwab often gloats that Marin is one of “our young global leaders of the World Economic Forum.”

Schwab also claims to have “penetrated the cabinets” of several other nations, including Canada, France, and Germany.

Finnish conservative leader Petteri Orpo beat Marin in a close three-way election race.

“We got the biggest mandate,” said Orpo, the leader of the National Coalition Party.

Orpo’s party won the election after a dramatic night in which the result gradually swung away from Marin’s Social Democrats.

Beating the right-wing populist Finns Party and Marin’s radical party, Orpo secured 20.8% of the vote.

The populists won a record 20.1%.

It was a humiliating defeat for Marin, who increased her party’s seats and secured 19.9% of the vote.

Despite her defeat, however, Marin has already successfully pushed Finland to join NATO.

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The country’s accession to the military alliance is set to be ratified in days.

Nevertheless, Marin’s conservative opponent Petteri Orpo is also pro-NATO.

The more nationalistic Finns Party, which was critical of NATO and the EU in the past, caved on its position in March after Russia moved on Ukraine.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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