Ruuben Kaalep is Vice Chairman for the Youth Section of the Conservative People’s Party of Estonia.
He is a 20 year old History student from Tartu, who became involved in Nationalist politics at the age of 16, when he organised a demonstration against a Communist monument in his home City.
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Important member of Conservative People’s Party of Estonia, Martin Helme has written an article “Paganism Is A Dangerous Hobby”, where he slanders traditional estonian natural religion called Maausk (eng. belief of the land) and defends christianity. http://www.delfi.ee/news/paevauudised/arvamus/martin-helme-maausk-on-ohtlik-hobi.d?id=13148460 Here is google translation of the text: (Martin Helme: Maausk is a dangerous hobby (1333) June 15, 2006 09:33 Reach a good time! Buy a bus ticket to the internet! Estonian maausulised feel harassed – the National Museums Foundation Viru ajalooperfoomansi organized, having played in õlenukuga through the 17th century, an event occurred the burning of a local witch. The event was a great excuse to attack Christians competing religious affiliation. The media, who always enjoys the opportunity to put a Christian (in this case, Lutheran) church in… Read more »
I didn’t get much sense from the first article as the machine translation is very bad. If Martin Helme doesn’t agree with Paganism as a personal viewpoint, I don’t see that as a massive problem.
The 2nd article wouldn’t translate at all on google so I can’t really comment. Perhaps he meant Israel has the right idea by being a racial state? I don’t know. I’m personally not too interested in Palestinian’s. Only European’s worldwide.
You mention Conservative People’s Party being just another ‘Kosher Party’. I refer you to comments made by Mart Helme of the CPPE. He is Martin Helme’s son.
Thanks for the comment. I’ll notify Ruuben to see if he has a reply.
To Paul Hickman. Thank you for your comment, Paul,here is machine translation of that acricle about Israel: Martin Helme: Little People’s fight for life (267) Common Sense Syndicate July 17, 2006 06:05 Martin Helme Photo: Adult In recent weeks, Israel has twice been forced to lead his troops into areas where he recently voluntarily in exchange for peace and hopeful anticipation, pulled out. Gaza, and the army was brought jewish settlers out in August last year, Lebanon 2000th year in May. Moreover, Israel’s current government came to power in electoral platform, which was a central promise to leave Judea and Samara in the River Jordan or the West Bank. What were received, there was peace. Thus, the policy concessions for Israel itself completely exhausted. The… Read more »