Entradas etiquetadas como ‘EKRE’

Immigrant Panic and the Estonian Media

Reading a text at a meeting carried out by EKRE in Tartu last February 6th. The party held meetings in cafes that day in different cities of the country to inform of the dangers of multiculturalism, heeding to the call of a pan-European day of fight against immigration called in conjunction with the German party Pegida among others. (Photo: Anton Klink for Delphi)

A survey taken last month has found 21% of Estonians considers immigration to be the biggest problem Estonia is facing at the moment. Unemployment was second, chosen by 12% of the respondents.

The question is the following: how did 21% of Estonians come to consider immigration their main national worry when the country is yet to receive a single asylum seeker from the assigned EU quota? Or, in other words, why so many people are troubled about something they do not know from first hand? The answer must then lie in what has been told to them about the immigration crisis. Read On…

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You, Estonians, Are Being Lied To About Race

EKRE

EKRE’s website main banner. Why is it always about women?

What angers me the most about what happened to me last Saturday evening in Tallinn is that it was all a lie. It’s not that the middle-aged swastika-tattooed Estonian man who told my friends and I from his table at a restaurant “Estonia is for Whites only, go to your country” didn’t believe in what he said —idiots be idiots everywhere—, but the fact that he was echoing a false debate taking place right now among Estonians is worrisome. This lie has a strong potential for harming the country, and something maybe even worse: to make it waste its precious time.

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