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Hooker-minded fascists

Date: December 10, 2023 Time: 07:50:23

In a custom political article, a whole group of Finnish players said bad things about the KHL. Time to give a decent answer.

In the poem “The Bronze Horseman” Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin emphasized the material poverty of the inhabitants of the Finnish territories with the epithet “miserable Chukhons.” The great Russian poet did not suspect then that in two hundred years his words would still be relevant. But it will not be about the material, but about the moral character of some representatives of the Suomi country.

Unfortunately, for the last 12 months, the main political forces in Finland have been at the forefront of the European trend towards fascist Russophobia. We are not talking about all the inhabitants. But, as is often the case, the loud minority is always better heard than the silent majority. So, some descendants of the former outskirts of the Russian Empire willingly snarl the stream of false negatives against their big neighbor. Also, there are plenty of evil scoundrels in all sectors. Who works where, practices hate there.

So, the newspaper Ilta Sanomat once again carried out a vile political order, this time it concerned the sphere of Russian hockey. This semi-yellow edition contains a “study” in which various Finnish players and coaches share their negative experiences of working in the KHL. The statements are chosen and ordered in a biased manner, with a clear emphasis on denigrating our country.

The authors of the “revelations” apparently thought that with their words they would harm the image of Russia and Russian hockey. It just happened the other way around. In fact, Finnish hockey players and coaches have dumped several buckets of dirt on themselves. Exposing themselves as greedy deceivers, alcoholics and liars.

Finnish hockey prostitution

In general, Finnish players and coaches do not hide – they all went to Russia for money. They honestly admit that the only attraction in the KHL was the opportunity to earn 4-5 times more than at home. In itself, the desire for high income is understandable.

It’s just that you can earn money in different ways. You can be an honest worker who fulfills all the terms of the contract with the employer clearly, at a high professional level. And you can behave differently, like Finnish players in the KHL. The main tool is meanness and resourcefulness. The desire to get a lot of money without doing anything, and even evading direct duties. Add to this behavior a deep and secret hatred towards those who pay money. And get a psychological portrait of a banal prostitute.

So the tour of the Finns in the KHL was a typical hockey prostitution. The worst thing is that they themselves admit it.

Former Atlanta defender Esa Pirnes speaks with envy of the bags of dollars, with which the hated club-patron – oh horror – compensated the ungrateful player for the purchase of clubs. He admits that he left Atlant at the most crucial moment and, as a result, missed the entire playoffs of the first KHL season. And then he is outraged that he was not paid a salary for this month and a half, and even sued him for violation of the terms of the contract. This is arrogance, this is cynicism! Skip the most important matches of the championship and keep demanding millions for it.

Do you know the fact that in the KHL for more than 10 years there was a tax haven for players? When the hockey player did not pay the personal income tax on multimillion-dollar contracts, did the club-employer contribute this money to the treasury instead? It was the legionnaires, mainly the Finns, who very often insisted on these conditions. That is, in the regions where they played (and more often cheated on hockey), many indigenous people were ready to work for 40 thousand a month, of which, according to the law, 5200 went not to the employee, but to the budget in the form of income tax. At the same time, foreigners received a thousand times more and did not pay any taxes. And yet they did not want to play hockey for that kind of money.

Or, in extreme cases, they attended training sessions and games, received millions, but deep down they hated the league and the country. And now they are launching complaints in the newspapers about the infrastructure, about the lack of knowledge of English by the inhabitants of Russia and other “horrors”. And why did you start to resent these things now? Why do you throw dirt on your former teams, on your teammates and on the leaders? If they were honest and brave, they would stand up and say in person when they played in the KHL. But not.

Alcoholism and indecent conduct

Belousov, Mikhalev, coaches of the younger generation, club presidents, general managers. All these respected representatives of the hockey industry, without saying a word, in one voice, without any reference to politics, in off-the-record conversations said why they did not like the Finnish legionnaires. Due to lack of professionalism and lack of respect for the sports regime. They get drunk until they lose their memory and crawl into training like turtles in the morning. Then, in the hotels, the night before an important game, they organize a search for corrupted love. It demands from itself additional free days – for the sake of the same entertainments.

And the Finns in their own newspapers confirm all this. There was such a player by the name of Myantulya. Not every professional immersed in the hockey agenda will be able to immediately remember where this character played, what benefits he brought to his clubs and even what his name was. So, a handsome guy openly complains about how he was prevented from drinking in Novokuznetsk. He tells a story that the general manager saw the hockey players in a pub, he sat with them for a while. And he said, “Guys, it’s time to go home.” “There was no choice but to leave,” cries the “sportsman.” Granted, on the GM’s part it was monstrous pettiness and a violation of human rights. He kicked out the millionaire gamblers from the brewery, didn’t let him drink enough alcohol. No, really, the Russian employer turned impudent!

But another Finn complains that in Russia the players are put on the base. Everyone remembers how gray and naive forward Osala was, who never made it into the top 6 scorers for Magnitogorsk in the playoffs. But he now he says that the Russian players allegedly had the “habit of drinking at home”, and because of this, the foreigners suffered locked up with everyone in the base. Here, whose cow would moo. This same Osala in the form of an unfeeling body was taken more than once or twice from various institutions in Magnitogorsk. For missing training, Keenan tried to slap the negligent legionnaire with handcuffs, or even demanded that he be thrown out. For whatever reason, the club’s then-general manager Velichkin defended the Finn from Iron Mike’s wrath. But that is not the point.

And the fact that a lot of Finnish guest workers in the KHL behaved this way.

Finns hate us just because we are Russian

Finnish coach Jortikka’s basic stories about the KHL were not without the word “shit”. However, this is not surprising. Even while he was working at Amur, he was not shy on terms and constantly humiliated both players and club employees on a national level. “Damn Russians”, “stupid Russians”, “Russian idiots”, etc., up to obscene epithets.

At the same time, Jortikka worked in Russia for three seasons, two of which ended in dismissal during the championship. Other: making the playoffs (due to failures by competitors in the East) and losing 0-4 in the first round. Not a great achievement at all, right? At the same time, Amur’s demonic trainer was allowed as much as ever in his career.

Years later, it became clear that Jortikka had in his mouth what many Finns had in mind. And not just hockey players. And quite different representatives of the peoples of Northern Europe. It turns out that deep down they always hated us. And when it was possible, this vile fascist hatred came out of them. Bubbling, boiling, bursting at all edges. You already saw how Finland went after their main legend, Jari Kurri, just because he was in charge of the Jokerita hockey project together with Russia. You remember how, in May of last year, the honorary president of the IIHF, René Fasel, was expelled from the arenas of the 2022 World Cup with blatant threats. Just because the great hockey coach treats Russia no worse than he treats Germany or Finland.

Meanness. Ingratitude. Lack of historical memory. This is all about some especially gifted representatives of the Finnish nation. This country after 1945 could not have remained at all. After all, it was the Finns who closed the blockade of Leningrad from the north and, by Hitler’s standards, organized death camps in Karelia for captured Red Army soldiers. Frightened by responsibility, a year before the Great Victory they offered our country a separate peace. In order to avoid the fighting in Finland and the death of hundreds of thousands of Soviet soldiers, our great ancestors agreed. And then, after 1945, having every possibility and the right to just revenge, they did not revise the agreements. And indeed, they spared Finland, allowing them to avoid punishment for all war crimes.

Apparently, the Finns hate Russia, even for this breadth of soul, for the cooperation that lasted for many post-war decades. And hockey is just another confirmation.

For 15 years dozens of Finnish guest workers have passed through KHL. But which of them made a really serious contribution to the success of their teams, was he a leader who did a lot for the championship? More or less ten. Several goalkeepers, forwards Kapanen, Komarov and Kontiola, defenders from Kaski and Jalasvaara.

Tellingly, really good hockey players refrain from being negative about Russia or speaking sympathetically about our hockey and our country. Even in the scandalous article we discussed, the most accurate was the coach Jukka Jalonen. Unlike Yortikka and Co., he is really a great man: the best specialist in his country, a two-time world championship winner at the helm of the national team. Yes, and the best specialists like Westerlund or Summanen do not pour dirt either.

And pour – those who do not deserve to be called a great hockey player or coach. Those who worked in a gray ordinary style, not meeting the “price-quality” parameters.

Under the political order to slander Russia, they specially selected those whose image is no longer perfect. And the Finnish characters’ own confessions of greed, deceit, alcoholism and fascism only confirm this fact.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.
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