Halla-aho puolueen kohujulkaisusta: ”Harkintakyky ei ole toiminut toivotulla tavalla”

Naisten asemaa pohtineen kohujulkaisun jakelu on keskeytetty toistaiseksi. Perussuomalaisten ajatuspajan Suomen Perustan tuore julkaisu ”Totuus kiihottaa - Filosofinen tutkimus vasemmistopopulistisen valtamedian tieto- ja totuuskriisistä” on herättänyt kohua naiskuvauksestaan ja suomalaisnaisten suhtautumisesta ulkomaalaistaustaisiin miehiin. Esimerkiksi tiede- ja kulttuuriministeri Hanna Kosonen (kesk) on jo ilmoittanut, että hän selvityttää Suomen Perustan saamat valtiotuet.
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