The Legal Framework of White Oppression
Demographics: Finland has a population of around 5.2 million, of which 2.5% (over 100,000)
are foreign nationals. Historically the nation has had a stricter immigration policy than
its Nordic neighbors, accounting for the relatively smaller non-Finn population (compare to,
say, Germany with nearly 10%). However, Finland is changing. The number of immigrants rose
from 18,000 in 1987 to 90,000 at the start of 2000.
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