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    Strengthening NATO – Finland becomes the 31st member

    The Finnish president’s office said that Finland has officially become a member of NATO today. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Finland’s imminent accession: “It will be a good day for Finland’s security, for Nordic security, and for NATO as a whole.”

    Last year, Poland consents to the accession of Sweden and Finland to NATO. President Andrzej Duda said then:

    “NATO is strengthened by the accession of strong countries. I hope that cooperation with these countries will motivate us to strengthen our security potential.”

    Today, he welcomes Finland, a new Ally.

    Antifa Thugs and German Police Target TV Republika at Ravensbrück: Assault on Memory and Freedom

    Antifa militants, aided by complicit German law enforcement, launched an assault on the journalistic integrity of TV Republika at the historic site of the former Nazi camp KL Ravensbrück.