Finland finally does legalize same-sex “marriages”

Leningrad_Cowboys_01President Sauli Niinistö signed and confirmed the new law which will introduce an ontologically misconstrued concept of “gender neutral” marriage  in Finland when it comes into force on March 1, 2017.

The law is remarkable also in respect to the fact that this is the first piece of legislation brought to Parliament as a citizens’ initiative, which was approved as the law of the land despite being signed only by 167.000 citizens. (For the national elections 2011 there were 4,159,857 eligible voters; the initiative was thus supported by roughly 4% of the population. For comparison: in Slovakia, which has roughly the same number of inhabitants, in a referendum three weeks ago nearly one million voted to curtail “gay rights”… but the referendum was declared void due to low voter turnout, and the gay lobby celebrated this as a victory.)