Henrik Holappa

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Henrik Holappa is a Finnish Nationalist who once sought political asylum in the Unites States. The head Jewish prosecutor of Finland has threatened to charge Mr. Holappa with Hate Speech for passing out literature identifying the perpetrators in rape cases as African immigrants.

He gave a speech at David Duke's Euro Conference in Memphis on November 8th 2008 [1].

Henrik Holappa was arrested by Homeland Security on 3/9/09 on alleged immigration violations and was put in a Security Housing Unit (SHU) for 87 days. He wrote a book about this experience [2]. Although the official reason for his arrest were (alleged) immigration violations, his book supports the existence of a link between his political acitivity and his subsequent imprisonment in America. This means that Holappa was a political prisoner.

Leadership of Finnish Resistance Movement

Henrik Holappa was the founder and leader of the Finnish Resistance Movement. He handed the leadership role to Juuso Tahvanainen.

External Links

Henrik Holappa's Website

References

  1. Henrik Holappa (2010) Wrongfully Accused - Three Hundred and Twenty-Eight Days in America. 91 pages. page 67.
  2. Henrik Holappa (2010) Wrongfully Accused - Three Hundred and Twenty-Eight Days in America. 91 pages.