Finnish Government Drops All Charges
Against Henrik Holappa;
US Government to Deport Him
ANNOUNCEMENT of April 30, 2009
ESA HENRIK HOLAPPA,
US GOVERNMENT POLITICAL PRISONER
FROM SOLITARY CONFINEMENT
Esa Henrik Holappa A087361909
Buffalo Federal Detention Facility
4250 Federal Dr.
Batavia, NY 14020
Almost two months have now passed since that morning, March 9, 2009,
around 11:45 am, when US federal agents arrested me – three squad cars
– on a country road east of Sarver, Pennsylvania for a “visa
violation.” As it quickly became known to me, in fact already during
the car ride to the downtown Pittsburgh federal jail and even more so
later in questioning, my arrest was politically motivated.
The officer who put me in leg chains and even wrist chains – not
mere handcuffs, but wrist chains — said, when I asked why he was
arresting me, a perfectly legal applicant for political asylum:
“Because of your association with John de Nugent .”
Federal wrist chains
Since that week, now almost two months ago, I have spent my time,
23.5 hours a day, in a cell in the “SHU,” the “Special Housing Unit.”
The SHU is meant for those whom the facility considers to be “dangerous” or a “threat to the facility’s safety.”
Here I am discovered at John de Nugent’s home,
holding a dangerous cat weapon.
Now, however, I stay voluntarily in the SHU – the director here did
offer to release me – because I wish to avoid any contact with the
Third World “general population” here or any “incident” that “might
happen.” But in my concrete cell I can still hear the melodious sounds
of “m—–f——” being yelled.
On Thursday, April 30, and at my request, my October 2008 application for political asylum was withdrawn before the Federal Immigration Court in Buffalo, NY.
This step also means that the federal order issued by the Department of Homeland Security for my “removal,” that is, my
deportation back to Europe, will not be blocked any longer by my
lawyer, and my expulsion from this beautiful America will go ahead.
Pittsburgh is a beautiful city that I loved, and Pennsylvania has gorgeous countryside.
I and John de Nugent in the building lobby of a high-priced,
specialized immigration/asylum lawyer in downtown Pittsburgh in October
2008. John and Margaret spent $2,000 on the law office of Valerie May,
whose staff failed to secure one signature on the 16-page asylum
application — a mistake which John de Nugent caught, and even though
this mistake was remedied the next day, Homeland Security arrested me
fully five months later, claiming I had “overstayed my visa.” At my
federal asylum scheduling hearing in December in Philadelphia, I was
not arrested for this supposed “violation,” and I and my friends saw
and heard in that courtroom that several asylum applicants had 1)
overstayed their visa, 2) overstayed it for years already, and 3) some
had even committed felonies while overstaying their visa – and 4) they
were not being arrested or being deported, but instead getting a free lawyer. (The judge said kindly: “You need a lawyer who can do both criminal and
immigration law. Here’s a list of free lawyers. Translator, make sure
Mr. Ubungu understands that.”) But all these real violators were
hispanic – or they were black (as were the judge and the prosecutor).
My deportation back to Finland will take place within a month from this date (April 30).
My deportation also means I cannot return to the soil of the United States of America for TEN YEARS. It is because of the one missing signature that was fixed the next day.
But Obama’s aunt can stay… four years after she was ordered deported…..
Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Homeland Security,
whose mother’s maiden name was Winer.
Why did I drop my asylum application?
Well, it was obvious by my very arrest by Homeland Security’s ICE
division (“Immigration and Customs Enforcement”) that the government
that is ruling over the American people did not want me to stay here
and did not want to approve my asylum application, nor do I think the
black judge would have done so once she understood that I am pro-white.
(Valerie May had suggested I would get a favorable judge whom she knew
– and, although she did not say so, a white judge — but this judge was
then removed from my case in favor of a black woman.)
I was proud to speak in November 2008 at Dr. David Duke’s EURO
conference in Memphis, Tennessee, alongside him, John de Nugent, Paul
Fromm, my Scandinavian brother Knut Eriksen from Denmark, and other
fearless comrades. After all, you have freedom of speech here in
America, right? Statue of Liberty, huddling masses yearning to be free?
Barack Hussein Obama’s aunt, “Zeituni Onyango,” has been living
in Boston, Massachusetts illegally since 2004, but the immigration
judge’s 2004 deportation order has been blocked since then, and “Aunt
Zeituni” is now living in public housing – as a deportable illegal
alien – in the once all-white (and Irish) South Boston section.
[source: “Barack Obama's Aunt and Uncle Found Living in Poverty”
Zeituni Onyango, who was prominently mentioned as "Aunt Zeituni" in Barack Obama's memoirs Dreams from My Father,
lives in a disabled access apartment in a rundown section of Boston.
Zeituni Onyango lives with her brother Omar. Zeituni Onyango is
apparently without employment, but does some volunteer work and
contributed some money to her nephew's campaign.
Omar, known as "Uncle Omar" in Barack Obama's memoirs, has also had
hard times since moving to America. He was evicted from a previous
apartment, lost a business, and was once attacked in an armed robbery.
Barack Obama, who is a millionaire and live[d] in a tony section of
Chicago, has had to endure controversy before when it was revealed that
his half-brother George lives in a shack in a poor area in Nairobi,
Kenya. Eyebrows have been raised at why a politician, who often touts
the virtues of sharing and “spreading the wealth,” seems unable or
unwilling to help out relatives who are in need.
Barack Obama once boasted about he used to share his toys as a
kindergartener. But the revelation of a brother and now an aunt and
uncle living in squalid poverty proves, if nothing else, that Barack
Obama has a little trouble with the concept of sharing as an adult.
Ed Morrissey, of Hotair.com, put it very well. “[The New Testament
Gospel of] Matthew speaks of all men as brothers, but a failure to care
for family speaks much louder than a failure to care for strangers. It
makes Obama look a little hypocritical, especially after featuring
Zeituni and Omar in one of the books that now provide a healthy income
for the presidential candidate.”
But my decision to withdraw my asylum application was based on new legal developments in my home country of Finland.
Almost one year ago, on May 11, 2008, while I was heading on a
tourist visit to neighboring Estonia, I got a phone call from the
police investigator in my city of Oulu.
Oulu is a city of about 130,000 located on the western Finnish
where the final letter in the word “Bothnia” (”a”) is
This policewoman informed me that the state prosecutor Mika Illman
(who handles all major so-called “hate-speech crimes”) had decided to
”have a look at my case.” A week later I was summoned to the police
station to be interrogated on suspicion of “incitement of racial
hatred.” Two more charges with which I was threatened were “aggravated
defamation” (of the black community, which I accused of harboring gang
rapists) and “copyright violation.”
I had already been arrested previously, at age 20, and was held in
jail without being able to make a phone call from January 16 to 19,
2007. At that time I was “suspected’ of having written a defamatory
article about a Sudanese immigrant teenager and his Israeli friends.
The important newspaper for northern Finland called Kaleva,
published in my city of Oulu, had published the photo of these
youngsters on its website on January 5, 2007. I admit my “crime” of
right-clicking on this photo jpeg and sending it to an American friend!
It was part of a private email to a friend, not a commercial
undertaking. The picture, which had already appeared on the Finnish
newspaper’s website, then appeared on an American website and
discussion of the photo on that website’s discussion forum.
For this crime of Americans using a Finnish newspaper’s photo Mika
Illman wanted me to go to prison for six months. (Meanwhile Africans
are gang-raping Finnish girls.)
The American website as well as its forum had already published my articles about multiculturalism
and gang rapes in my city of Oulu. There was my article
“Multiculturalism – an impossible vision,” and several other articles
that this American website published for Finns in our own Finnish
language. Some articles on the American website had even been published
by the Kaleva newspaper itself under my name!
We have no racial freedom of speech in Finland, so this was a nice
service to publish these articles in Finnish. In any case, the Oulu
police wrongly concluded that I had written all the Finnish material on
the website and forum, including one I had not even read when I was
arrested. But this article “defamed the honor” of the Sudanese (think
Darfur) and of his Israeli friends.
The police even accused me of being the webmaster of this American
site! No, that was far beyond my Internet competency then or now.
During my three days in jail, with the light on day and night, the
police determined there was no evidence of my “guilt” and let me go.
Even so, I found out later that the state prosecutor Illman had decided
to ”make an example” of me so as to “crush racism” in Finland. (That
is, white racism, not black racism.) I was already convicted in their
minds, and in May 2008 my lawyer told me that I was facing 4.5 YEARS in
prison. It was quite that serious.
However, I believe that the real reason for my arrest and later
persecution lay in my critical article “Multiculturalism – an
impossible vision.” This article was translated into German and
published as “Multikultur – eine unmögliche Vision” by the WN published Wigbert Grabert in his excellent historical magazine Deutschland in Geschichte und Gegenwart [ = “Germany in History and the Present”] in the spring of 2006 (when I was 19).
This article must have seemed pretty potent to the enemies of our
race, because the publisher himself, Wigbert Grabert, was then indicted
just for publishing my article on the charge of “Volksverhetzung”
[ = “incitement of racial hatred”]! I think the enemy did not like my
mentioning of the explosive issue of African gang rapists in my city of
Oulu. I was detained by the state security police, SUPO, on August 8,
2006 and interrogated about this article.
Interestingly, they were inflicting this on me, in a supposed
democracy with a guarantee of free speech, on the very day that Herr
Grabert was in a German court because of the German government’s
objections to my article. On the day I was released, this peaceful
publisher of opinions about history
and current events was sentenced to a fine of three thousand euros
[four thousand dollars, a lot for a small publisher) and a prison
sentence with probation (which means they can still send you to prison
if you commit another “speech crime” during probation).
So many coincidences, which all suggest that one big Hidden Hand behind the scenes is directing multiple governments.
There were two things I learned myself about the state from the
interrogations by SUPO and by the criminal police: 1) they wanted to
know why I wold write such things and what my goal was; 2) they wanted
me to believe that my nationist way of thinking now belonged to “the
Of course, the Hidden Hand got its newspaper Kaleva into
the act as well. In its article of January 16, 2007, and violating
Finnish press customs, they published my name and home address although
I had not been convicted of any crime, merely arrested (and in fact
released). This was a nice gesture in a city with now thousands of
Africans living there, some of whom live in fact very near my then
apartment. The newspaper also published, as if they were cooperating
with the police as one entity, detailed information about my friends
and political connections. Kaleva also published the lie that I was the administrator of the aforementioned American website!
So by the year 2008 Finland’s top prosecutor, Mika Illman, had
decided to prosecute me after I had received much attention from three
sources: 1) the state security police SUPO, which is a bit like the
American FBI, but was organized by the Soviet KGB itself during the
long period when the Soviets did not occupy but instead dominated my
country, from 1944-91, when we were, as they say in English,
“finlandized.” This term means we were economically and politically
controlled by placing key Soviet operatives in key positions of the
Finnish government and police. Now the only change is that our
bureaucracy has a new master. The second group hounding me was the
criminal police, and the third was the largest newspaper in northern
Finland, Kaleva, which continued writing about me after I had already left Finland for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in America in July 2008!
I can say with some satisfaction that because of my “icy” arrest now
– as a totally innocent and legal applicant for asylum and then
confinement to solitary – by ICE (“Immigrations and Customs
Enforcement”), which caused my friends such as John de Nugent and Major
William Fox USMCR, and my Finnish comrades, and comrades Erick and
Pamela, and others, to create huge publicity about my case, I have
become even more well-known now – both in Finland and around the world.
I have learned the happy news even here in solitary that there are now
over 11,300 web pages about my struggle and ordeal and 25 pages under
“Henrik Holappa” in the search engine Google – and there are support
websites suchs www.freehenrik.com, Major Fox’s extensive webpage on me at www.americafirstbooks.com, and supportive threads on several WN forums with full details.
Major Fox, whose mother is from Scandinavia, from Norway (and
northern Norway, by the way, was settled by Finns and is even called
Finnmark; Narvik, the site of a major WWII battle, is in this region),
did a huge amount of work on my behalf by in sending emails to every
single Finnish-American association – and also to every single one of
the hundreds of legislators in both the Finnish and Norwegian
parliaments, exposing to them the outrageous facts about my arrest and
confinement and no doubt causing much discussion behind the scenes –
about the dictatorship of political correctness and about my original
issue, immigrants gang-raping Scandinavian women. I have just learned
that now Norway is starting to openly discuss the terrible wave of gang
rapes by Muslim immigrants, and is opposing Israel more and more openly.
Major William B. Fox, USMCR, Harvard
Business School graduate and owner of www.amfirstbooks.com.
(The mother of the 6'5" Bill Fox was born a Norwegian
citizen. All the Scandinavian countries are closely bound
by ties of blood, culture and, until recently at least, religion
When I helped Major Fox move his belongings into John’s home in
January, I had no idea
that soon he,
Bill and Margi
would be battling
for my freedom.
John de Nugent, Margaret Huffstickler and I. They hosted me at their home for eight months.
I am sure that the enemy of freedom is now bitter that after all
this, I am now far more famous than ever before, and certainly the most
known white nationist in my home country.
Soon after my arrest on March 9, Kaleva printed an article
about my incarceration. And a few weeks later I heard the most amazing
news, which I never expected to hear, and probably none of my friends
and supporters in Finland, the rest of Europe, or America expected
This was the amazing news:
After being assured by the criminal policewoman in May 2008 that I
was about to be indicted by the top prosecutor, Illman himself, to
“make an example of me” and to “crush racism” in all Finland, and show
by my prosecution and severe punishment that the state now had a
serious program in effect to eliminate all white racial solidarity, and
with my lawyer warning me that I therefore I could expect 4.5 years in
prison — all three charges – “racial incitement,” “defaming the honor
of the black community” and “copyright violation” - were now DROPPED
and I was told “the case is closed”!
So suddenly I did not commit any Orwellian crimes of “violation of
freedom of speech.” (If you speak out in Finland about anything racial,
you are “violating” freedom of speech….)
This is of course very good news, that I am not facing prison! (Not at the moment….)
It also forms a parallel to the David Duke case in Prague, Czech
Republic, where he was arrested – and then released and expelled, not
indicted. The result of Illman’s decision, reversing his stated
intention of last summer, is also bad news for me. Because it means I
am no longer in imminent danger of political persecution in my
homeland, I now have no more grounds for applying for political asylum
here, and US Homeland Security can now easily do what they really want
– to deport me out of America, a huge and exciting country I really
began to like very much and where I now have deep friendships and
strong contacts with American comrades after eight months in freedom
(from July 2008 to early March 2009).
At my April 7 court hearing my main asylum hearing was scheduled for
July 6, but as of April 3o, I have dropped my asylum application since
there is no prosecution awaiting me in Finland and frankly I am tired
of spending 23.5 hours a day in a concrete cell, and only exercising
and reading and writing letters to and from good comrades around the
world, comrades whom I thank very much, and especially one in Scotland.
I have also had good visits here in prison in upstate New York, far
from most comrades, with one driving ten hours one-way just to see me
for 45 minutes, and I expect at least one more from Pennsylvania.
I cannot know, since I am not allowed a crystal ball in isolation,
what the future will bring, but certainly changes are coming. I can
only speculate why Mika Illman dropped the serious charges meant to
“crush racism in the whole country.” They wanted to silence me and they
want to silence you, and most of all silence the truth. They want to
paint us as “evil” and “haters.” But I and thousands of comrades, and
key volunteers such as John de Nugent, Margaret Huffstickler and Major
Bill Fox, have shown that our truth cannot be silenced, and that the
state will feel the consequences of persecuting white nationists in
Finland, Czech Republic, America and elsewhere.
The state is seeing that there are those who do not wait defensively
to be arrested and submit to prosecution and chains on their wrists and
legs. They now know there are those who proudly stand up and say to the
“You are a tyrant and you are a liar!”
Now there are others in Finland who are still being prosecuted by
the government for this Orwellian “violation of freedom of speech.” (I
suppose in America they will call it “abusing reasonable limitations on
freedom of speech designed to prevent violence between communities,” as
in Canada.) All those targeted for punishment need to make the
decision: will you quietly submit, or will you directly challenge the
state prosecutor with your supporters so that the persecution becomes a
public-relations fiasco for the state?
My days in this extraordinary country called America are rapidly
coming to the end. I may be gone within two weeks, but almost certainly
by the end of May. These eight months that I spent as a free man in
Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in Memphis, Tennessee, in
Cincinnati, Ohio, in Baltimore, Maryland and in the gleaming white
marble city of Washington DC, now filled with dark people, have given
me a new view of things and have been a graduation to a new ability to
I have seen in America what Finland some day could look like.
As for the two months spent in this facility, they have not been
enjoyed, but they have not been wasted either. I did some important
thinking and made some important decisions. These will affect my
personal life and my leadership of the Finnish Resistance Movement as
we approach a new decade.
I want now to thank all and everyone who has written me and sent me
postage stamps, money orders, and paid to set up a phone account. I
express my deep gratitude to all who have worked hard to create
websites, write articles and posts about my case, and every other act
of help whether known to others or only to your heart. I appreciate as
only a prisoner in solitary can all you have done for me. I rejoice
that through my suffering and your solidarity with me now thousands
more have awoken to the need to defend and keep freedom of speech. You
and I together have made our movement stronger!
And now I return to Europe, to unfree Europe, to battle to get the freedoms we need back.
Esa Henrik Holappa
April 30, 2009
still in captivity in Batavia Detention Facility
During a happier time last summer, exploring Buffalo Creek, near Sarver, Pa.
John de Nugent comments on the Holappa case above.
My speculation is that David Duke and Henrik Holappa were both
released — surprisingly, in view of all the other WNs who have gotten
long prison sentences — because of three unique factors:
1) they have many supporters
2) they are attractive individuals and potential shining symbols of martyrdom
3) ZOG intends to introduce “hate speech” legislation this year in the USA — and does not want any causes célèbres before that involving Americans or American courts while they try to
sneak this law through the Congress and quickly onto Obongo’s desk for