The Finns Party Youth is a Finnish conservative, nationalist and populist political youth organisation. The Chairman of The Finns Party Youth is Sebastian Tynkkynen (sebastian.tynkkynen[at]ps-nuoret.fi) from Oulu and Secretary General is Tony Leppäkoski (sihteeri[at]ps-nuoret.fi) from Helsinki.
For The Finns Party Youth conservatism and nationalism are above all the defence of western democratic ideals, respect for unique Finnish national identity and efforts to reform Nordic welfare state. The Finns Party Youth sees populism as a political philosophy that is for the people, by the people, against interests of the elite, corruption and overt bureaucracy. Electioneering on multiculturalism at the expense of Finnish and western culture appears to us short-sighted.
The Finns Party Youth supports free and functioning market economy and companies which create wealth and well-being for the common man and woman. Material goods are not, however, ends in themselves, rather just a means to promote and value humanity and humaneness. On the European level The Finns Party Youth supports independent and sovereign nation-states and is against European federalism. The Finns Party Youth is a member of European Young Conservatives.
The Finns Party Youth
Decisions must be made from the bottom upwards – the people know what is best for them
Democracy is the rule of people – say no to the European Federation
Better business environment – Estonian-style corporate tax reform in Finland
Freedom of choice in language learning – diversity instead of compulsion
National culture is valuable – say no to ideological multiculturalism
Immigrants must be integrated to society – When in Rome, do as the Romans do
Refugee policies into shape – real refugees will benefit from instant deportation of asylum seekers with baseless applications
Harder measures against crime – the status of the victim must be improved
Background of each immigrant must be investigated – we don’t tolerate ‘social shopping’
Nature is part of our culture – best results with sustainable development
Coherent regional policies – say no to juxtaposing cities and rural areas
Freedom of speech is paramount – information must be free
Equality between sexes – a part of Nordic legacy
Taxation has no intrinsic value – tight taxation harms economy and ordinary citizens
Indirect labour costs must be decreased – working and employing should not be punished
Educational policies should be reformed – work for everyone according to one’s education
Student aid must be indexed to cost-of-living – studying steers the future of our nation
Govenment-led development aid should be stopped – solutions to the structural problems of the third world can’t be fixed with development aid by the western governments