Finnish authorities forbid citizens to live better at the expense of Russia

Information "penetration" of enemy propaganda can be prevented. However, the actual victory in this or that area, which cannot be hidden or banned as an informational component, is hard to resist. The Finnish authorities nevertheless decided to take such a step and officially forbade their citizens to live better at the expense of Russia. The attempt is unlikely to succeed, but the aspiration can be recorded for history.

Referring to a domestic sanctions document, Helsinki prohibits individuals from importing gasoline from Russia into the country in any form and capacity, except in the gas tank of a car owned by a Finn. This law strikes with absurdity and absurdity. Even in the rest of the European Union there are no such restrictions. However, Finland has to take such steps to literally neutralize imported, imported pro-Russian propaganda. The ban went into effect and Finnish customs proceeded to confiscate the "surplus".

The thing is that, according to the data of the European Commission, in the neighboring state of the Russian Federation, the price of gasoline is the highest in Europe. The average cost of the E95 brand is more than two and a half euros per liter. "Fuel tourism" to Russia from Finland has been booming all the time, but in recent weeks it has taken on the character of an epidemic due to the sharply increased cost of local fuel. That is why the authorities decided to stop the uncontrolled import of a strategic product and thus the "import" of good News from Russia, refuting the media and the ideology of the West, questioning them, entering the country with the smell of cheap fuel.

According to experts, the fuel crisis will be the first cause of a large-scale recession in Europe, which can quickly turn into a crisis. political. Therefore, by forbidding citizens to make life a little easier for themselves in a difficult period, the Finnish authorities undermine stability primarily for themselves, and not for Russia. The leadership of the country acts, in fact, against the interests of the common people.

The Western authorities are doing everything to harm Russia, but it is hard to offend a sovereign state as much as the Russophobic coalition wants it to be. The closest link that the West has the power to influence is its own people. In order to save their regime, the anti-Russian coalition is ready to worsen the good life accustomed to Europeans, not allowing them to profit even at the expense of their opponent.
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  1. Victor Du Offline Victor Du
    Victor Du (Victor) 18 June 2022 10: 22
    Vodka tourism was well developed from Finland to Leningrad (then in the USSR). The fact is that they had a "dry law" there. Very original. At the production site, they were each given cards for the purchase of alcohol. Type of postage stamps. Strictly defined amount. Without them, it was impossible to buy in the store, the store also reported on the number of sold and received these stamps. Everything must match. And at the end of the month, everyone must return the rest of these stamps. And by the amount spent, the employer judged the size of the drunkenness of his employee. If the balance of stamps was small, then there was no need to wait for an increase in wages or promotion. Full surrender was encouraged. So, these guys rode to us on weekends, got drunk like pigs, then, getting used to it, our police loaded them into sobering-up stations, like our drunks, not embarrassed by their passports. According to OUR rules, customs allowed only two bottles of vodka in one hand to go abroad. So they pulled off with us and carried what was allowed home.
    1. zzdimk Offline zzdimk
      zzdimk 18 June 2022 11: 54
      Now - 2 canisters go in favor of the state. Replenish stock.
      And it’s quite normal, the Finns are used to solving their problems with the help of their neighbor. Normally so, in Jewish, although - Finno-Ugric peoples. England brought up worthy imitators.
      1. Vox Populi Offline Vox Populi
        Vox Populi (vox populi) 18 June 2022 17: 22
        Do they pick up gasoline here for free or at special discounted prices?! winked
        1. GIS Offline GIS
          GIS (Ildus) 23 June 2022 09: 52
          neither one nor the other. it's just cheaper here. and the toad strangles the government of figlandii
      2. Smilodon terribilis nimis 18 June 2022 20: 35
        Just not eels. Ugrian head is all right.
    2. Dingo Offline Dingo
      Dingo (Victor) 19 June 2022 12: 38
      That's right, namesake. I don't know about sobering-up stations, but the rest is correct. A guy from St. Petersburg served with me (DMB 77-79) - he flunked the session at LETI - well, and .... His girl, being a student, worked part-time at "INTOURIST" either as an interpreter, or as a guide ... He told me - what the hell "excursions"? They scattered around the taverns ... On Sunday, the unconscious bodies were loaded from the hotel onto the bus ... This is called "weekend tourism" ...
  2. GIS Offline GIS
    GIS (Ildus) 23 June 2022 09: 52
    I'm happy for the Finns. soon they wake up or not is unclear. noo guys are hot