Finland’s former prime minister, social democrat Sanna Marin, is now requesting leave from her seat in the parliament. The reason is that she has been offered a job with former UK prime minister and ultra-globalist politician Tony Blair’s think tank.
– Voters elected me based on certain values, and I believe I can serve those voters well, and perhaps even better, in this new role, Marin explained at a press conference in parliament on Thursday.
Technically, it’s up to parliament to decide whether Marin can accept the new position.
– I hope it’s granted. I believe the mission is valuable and that I can do work that also benefits Finland, Marin adds.
In a press release, Blair personally highlights Marin’s focus on climate policy and her efforts to make Finland a member of the US-led military alliance NATO as some of her key achievements.
“Our mission is to assist political leaders worldwide to effect change for their people – and Sanna Marin knows exactly how to do that”, says Tony Blair in a press statement.
Tony Blair served as the prime minister of the UK between 1997 and 2007. He is primarily remembered for the invasion of Iraq, which he executed in partnership with the USA. Both he and US President George W. Bush have been accused of violating international law based on the justification that Saddam Hussein’s regime possessed nuclear weapons, which was later determined to be false information.
He is generally considered one of the most prominent globalist politicians in the world and, since his tenure as prime minister, has also worked for the banking giant JP Morgan.
Facts: Tony Blair Institute
The Tony Blair Institute states its mission as making countries "open, inclusive, and successful". The institute, like Blair himself, holds a high status within the globalist movement and is counted as a partner of the World Economic Forum, among others. Among its financiers are the USA and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.