Symbolic: Joining NATO Is an Act against Peace in the World

I’ve written about the Finnish aspirations to become the future battlefield for the NATO’s war on Russia, and what consequences it will have for Finland economically.

What I just saw on the wire bears a very symbolic meaning: Joining NATO is a definitive act against Peace in the World. Finland just demonstrated this with their actions by dismantling the monument “Peace in the World” that USSR gifted Finland in 1990, following the fall of the Berlin wall, at about the same time when NATO promised to Gorbachev not to move East by a single inch.

The post above contains video of the dismantling of the Peace in the World:

The Helsinki authorities dismantled the monument “Peace in the World” presented to Finland by the Soviet Union.

This was reported by YLE TV company.

The six-meter sculpture was installed in January 1990. The monument depicts people from different continents holding a globe decorated with leaves.

Officially, the Helsinki authorities do not name the reasons for the dismantling of the Soviet sculpture.

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I guess they’re just against peace in the world🤷‍♀️

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