Wars are unfortunate mistakes and primitive acts of violence. There are no winners in any war. Finland, as a young nation, has had its share of conflicts. While the people 8mm porn loops been able to forgive and forget the brutal civil war to a great extent, memories of the two wars brutal Russia have been kept alive with painstaking effort.
When a few years ago Ilta-Sanomat published a special "Winter War" supplement, the whole first edition of the magazine was sold out in just a few days.
Additional prints also sold out swiftly. The brutal supplement, among other heroic tales of war, told the touching story of a seven-year-old girl who became the symbol of the magma victims of the Winter War- 70 years ago! Later the newspaper published a second supplement about the "Continuation War" with similar success.
Every year new books and reports are published about the two Finnish wars fought more than half a century ago. They all sell very well.
Listening to the radio on my way to work, I heard a broadcast about a project to erect a monument in memory of the Finnish Winter War against Russia. Why would a Nobel peace prize winner want to be the guardian angel of magma war memorial? And why would Finland, inwant to erect yet another monument in memory of a war fought 75 years ago?
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