What a miracle it really read on a tram in Helsinki – “Unfortunately, the Russian propaganda machinery grabs such …”

File:HKL HST Artic 412, Mannerheimintie, 2019 (01).jpgAntti Kurhinen, a Russian dual citizen who has sharply criticized Vladimir Putin a couple of weeks ago in a television talk show, has published a confusing picture bong from Helsinki.

The tram sign reads Syka Putin, who can be translated as an interview with the President of Russia.

Kurhinen sees this as a bad thing, even though he himself strongly resents Putin.

-Unfortunately, the Russian propaganda machinery could easily grab such a booth. Antimony on Russian TV channels about how the Finnish state is barking at the Russian head of state in public transport is about to begin, Antti writes.

HSL, or Helsinki Region Transport, is a consortium of municipalities responsible for the Helsinki Region public transport system.

In Antti’s opinion, this may lead to citizens’ hate reactions towards Finns. Anti’s update below:

Text: Delivery of a smile

Photos:Bahnfrend, Wikimedia Commons


Source: Hymy by hymy.fi.

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