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Finnish President speaks out about migrant child rape gangs blighting his country

Finland’s President has spoken out about the country’s growing problem with foreign grooming gangs targeting children in the Nordic nation.

President Sauli Niinistö and Prime Minister Juha Sipilä have both spoken out recently about the growing scandal surrounding migrant grooming gangs that broke in 2018.

The epicentre of the rape gang issue in Finland appears to be the small city of Oulu, where it emerged in December that several underage girls, some as young as 10 had been raped and assaulted multiple times by gangs of “foreign men”.

So far in Oulu alone seven male migrants, aged between 20 and 40, have been arrested in relation to the organised targeting of Finish children for rape and sexual exploitation. Police however, warn the issue of migrant child rape gangs is likely far larger.

In a rare foray into public controversy the Finish President described the situation with migrant child rape gangs as unbearable.

Finland has welcomed tens of thousands of migrants from the Third World in recent years and like its European counterparts has seen a spate of issues arise from this influx, particularly in terms of sexual assaults targeting women and children.

Over the past few years the UK has been rocked by the scale of Muslim child rape gangs targeting English girls and the revelation that authorities covered up these crimes in the name of political correctness.

Rotherham’s Labour MP Sarah Champion even claimed that as many as a million English children have fallen victim to Muslim rape and sexual exploitation gangs as of 2016.

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