A very dark moment in the history of Finland and Sweden as their leaders decide to join the criminal organization NATO
A last minute agreement has been reached between Turkey, Finland and Sweden to allow the two Nordic countries to become NATO members on the eve of the military alliance’s recent summit in Madrid.
But the following picture is a disgrace for both Finland and Sweden, two of the most advanced European counties on many issues, and also highlights NATO's ridiculousness and hypocrisy.
Right at the center, you can see not NATO's head, but Turkey's authoritarian leader, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. It seems that NATO gave Erdogan what he wanted (and maybe more), and Finland and Sweden are now obliged to deliver to his regime any political opponent who would be labeled by it as "terrorist".
Now, Amineh Kakabaveh, a former peshmerga of Iranian-Kurdish origin and independent MP in Sweden that has been targeted by Erdogan, may face the possibility of an extradition to Turkey.
As Yanis Varoufakis wrote:
A dark day for the political establishment of Finland & Sweden. Bowing their heads to Erdogan's demands, they destroyed a tradition carefully built by their predecessors for decades - a tradition of defending peoples fighting for freedom. Shame on them!
Yet it seems that Erdogan took even more as Finland and Sweden also agreed “not to impose embargo restrictions in the field of defence industry” on Turkey and to take “concrete steps on the extradition of terrorist criminals”.
However, these weapons from the lifted embargo could be used against another member of NATO and also member of the EU. Lately, Turkey has elevated its hostile behavior against Greece through hostile actions and unprecedented territorial claims.
Above all, this is a dark moment for the people of Finland and Sweden as their leaders decided to join the biggest criminal organization, responsible for the destruction of entire nations around the globe.
And therefore, Finland and Sweden are about to risk the benefits of their neutrality status that helped them become two of the most prosperous and advanced societies in the European continent.