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The Humanion: London: England: United Kingdom: Year Gamma: Day 72: Wednesday: December 06: 2017: Cogito Ergo Sum: Descartes 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Suomi Sata: Finland 100: Day One: Suomi Begins the Voyage Towards a New Century

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

|| December 06: 2016: London: England: United Kingdom || ά. Yksi Sata Suomi! One Hundred Years of Existence in a Sovereign state and nationhood, following millennia of epic wonderings, here are the Suomi celebrations. Today, December 06, 2017. Suomen Tasavalta, the Republic of Finland. The Finnish Maiden is turning into a one hundred year old Vanhanainen, except, she is nine worlds of youth for Suomi is an eternal flowing spring of ingenuity, imagination and creativity, seeking to fork out new ways, means and mechanics to be actively engaged, positively framed and fully connected to the earth and the Universe; aspiring to being and doing out of the world things, bringing them to life. Nothing is impossible for The Kalevalan Mother does not ever give up and keeps at it and does succeed in bringing her son back to life from the Tuoni grasp for why shouldn't she? She has The Sampo, an eternal construction of light against the infinity of the darkness and it always shines and lights up the way.........way ahead of time.

It brings the Eighth Symphony in the horizons of the Sibelian Soul so that he could hear and play it. The Sampo, the Ilmarinen Insinoori's eternal construction of humanity's ingenuity, creativity and imagination. And with and on this Sampo Suomi has been journeying along the last century, arriving on the shore of this Century; looking back it does not seem so long but looking ahead it looks an ever-widening, ever-going and never-ending spectacle waiting to be unfolded. And the traveller goes on for the places, that wait ahead are unknown but exist only to the souls, that are open to hear their music as Sibelius did in his Eighth Symphony for they only exist as prospects and to hear them out we must sharpen our nine-world-senses and intuition to the best possible depth, degree, reach and dimensions and only than our music shall be rich enough to enrich us to feed us, our humanity, that is an infinity unfolding itself. This is a momentous day, a true milestone of many hard and sharp sacrifices and hard work, as well as, much more, much much more, great achievements, that added farther word, farther earth, farther wood, farther brick, farther stone to the foundation of what has become today's Suomi, today's Finland.

The Humanion Humanity of the Year 2017: Juha Sipilä and Anu Vehviläinen: Prime Minister and Local Government and Public Reforms

Mr Juha Sipilä and Ms Anu Vehviläinen, Prime Minister of Finland and Minister of Local Government and Public Reforms respectively. Finland is physically not a very small country but is home to a nation made of not by as large a number as many other nations are and, yet, over the last one hundred years the country and its people have built up a place, they call home, which has become a force for good in the world and ranking high up in many areas of life among the assembly of nations, the latest of which was The Legatum Prosperity Index 2017 in which it has become number three. This is a testament of their astonishing achievement for among the top ten there is no place for China or India or Brazil or Russia or the United States of America, some of the most populous nations of the world. And in the recent years, under the leadership of Mr Juha Sipilä and Mr Anu Vehviläinen and their colleagues their Government has orientated Finland towards a vision of a people, nation and country that is outward-looking, future-bound, ingenuity and innovation-grounded and world-orientated so that there is hardly any place Finland has not reached. From China to India, from Peru to Colombia, from Namibia to Baangladesh, from Hong Kong to South Africa, from the United States of America to Saudi Arabia, from Poland to the United Kingdom, from Estonia to Russia Finland and Finnish businesses and agencies are working in unison to advance their arrival in the world stage as a people of peace, ingenuity and humanity.

These humanity of the North have never failed to aspire to be the Athens of the Northern Shores and the Northern wonders of life. This year, as they celebrate their centenary as an independent and sovereign people, nation, state and country, the Mr Juha Sipilä and Mr Anu Vehviläinen Government has been fortunate to stand in the leadership and lead on the celebrations of their nation and they have done well. Finland stands in the world with the Suomi people or Finnish people with their heads, minds and souls standing tall and high and they should celebrate the establishment of The Kalevalan People among the Assembly of the Humanion of this world. The centenary of Finland’s independence culminates on Finland’s Independence Day, December 06, today. The story of the 100-year-old land of the Suomi People, on the land of Suomi or Finland is an extraordinary one, that rests on the values cherished by the Suomi People, who are called, in their own language, Suomi, Suomalainen or that has been translated in English as Finns or Finnish: democracy, education, equality and freedom of speech. The climax of the centenary will be a joint effort and the programme will be rich and memorable. The celebrations will take place throughout Finland, as well as, in more than 100 countries on all the continents. Readmore

Time it is to celebrate, surely, but this is not the celebration of either the past nor the present but the future, where Finland is heading: and where is she heading? Towards further progress on strengthening liberty and democracy, rule of law and the judiciary, father enhancement and enrichment of social, cultural and artistic arenas, as well as, building on the road to farther empowerment of the individuals, the families, the communities and the civic society and in all branches of sciences and mathematics, medicine, neuro and bio sciences and engineering and research and innovation to advance equality in both front: economic, social, political, cultural and spiritual and gender equality for the former will not be achieved unless the later is achieved nor can the former be sustained unless the later is achieved. And the Universal Income experiment must go farther in its vision, scope and imagination. Poverty and abject poverty must be eliminated for good.

Homelessness of no kind must have any place in today's Finland. Advancing education to all to University level should be made the highest priority of every single soul in Finland. Much has been achieved and, yet, so much, so much more there are still to be translated into realities. And Finland has found and grounded herself at home in the world, among the assembly of the humanion and established herself as a confident, self-assured, reliable and trustworthy friend of the world and as a source of good. And this is a good home and from there nine worlds still call on Suomi and the Suomi People to farther horizons and so much more to be done. Tell the world, Suomi has just barely begun.........Say it as Vainamoinen would in The Kalevala: Suomi, Kalevala and now see magic unfold as he says the words backward: Imous. Alavelak.........This magic awaits in the coming flow of new centuries.........Rise towards them: Aspire: Seek: Reach: Stride: Strive: Go.........as the Kantele plays go on The Sampo towards the Nine Worlds.........

Dear Reader, over the last eight days, since our nine-day count down to December 06, you have been reading some poems, without any other information as to what they are or what they are part of. Well, here it is. They are part of The Suomivala, a micro-epic, written in celebration of Suomi Sata: Finland 100. The Suomivala celebrates the humanity of the Suomi People in and During the Winter War. The Suomivala is comprised of Nine Books with an Opening  and a Closing poem. Each Book begins with a line, following a nine line poem, what is called a Ninnet. And in the main body of the Nine Books is told the main story of the micro epic. And these nine Ninnets are about characters, that appear in the main story of the micro-epic. The Suomivala has been published on December 06, 2017 and is dedicated to all the Suomi People living throughout Finland and across the Mother Earth. Readmore

The Humanion Humanity of the Year 2017: Angela Merkel Elaine Philips Jeremy Corbyn Juha Sipilä and Anu Vehviläinen Katharine Viner Laura Kuenssberg Little Toby and His Mother Maddi Thurgood and Her Mother and The Rohingya People: The Violated Humanity

|| December 06: 2016: London: England: United Kingdom || ά. The Humanion started The Humanity of the Year Since last year, in which it was announced on December 08. This year, we decided to coincide the announcement with the Finland’s Centenary Celebrations of its hundred years of independence and there is a reason for this move for this year two Suomalainens jointly featured in the list. This is simply based on The Humanion's Editorial Judgment and Opinion after following the year. No one is consulted about this nor the person:s themselves informed of their becoming declared as such. They will know as The Humanion Readers that they have been declared as such. This is The Humanion's effort, initiative to make a 'Statement' to say and show that power, market, money, wealth, manipulation and propaganda can not dictate, define and impose what is to be celebrated or what is good. The Humanion Humanity of the Year 2017 are, the numbering does not reflect any order of preference and done alphabetically, 01: Ms Angela Merkel, featured last year as well, 02: Ms Elaine Philips, 03: Mr Jeremy Corbyn, featured last year as well, 04: Mr Juha Sipilä and Ms Anu Vehviläinen, jointly featured, 05: Ms Katharine Viner, 06: Ms Laura Kuenssberg, 07: Master Little Tobi and His Mother, 08: Ms Maddi Thurgood and Her Mother and 09: The Rohingya People: The Violated Humanity.

In these nine there are many human beings, persons and people, who stand out as beacons of light for our ceaseless efforts to strive and stride to advance the human condition and, thus, create an island of candle lights of inspiration made of hope, faith, humanity, compassion, goodness and belief that better is not only possible but achievable . Here are persons and people, human beings, remarkable for their services to humanity, in their relevant field and arena of work and, who have shown courage, strength, determination, resolute conviction and faith in seeking to rise to the challenge without losing any ground in relation to their faith, belief and choice in goodness that is the essence of what humanity is about and in doing the good, in seeking to do good, they seek to do, despite and regardless of the adversity they face, the criticism, the attacks and vilifications, the sustained and continuous abuses thrown on their paths, to most of them and the barriers and obstacles they needed to overcome, they have shown the undefeatable human spirit, essence, steel so that these all stand out as beacons to the world: to encourage, to inspire, to empower, to connect and to bring together that what humanity is; without goodness that does not exist and without it there is no humanity for than we are only physiology of nothing but biology.

In the Editorial Judgment and Opinion of The Humanion the following persons have done their absolute utmost to do the highest possible good to this world and to humanity, including, of course, their own nations and in doing so they have defined what spirit, what element, what steel, what humanity has made, shaped and constructed them that make them what they are and they stand against all adversity and make a stand: committed, determined, resolute and absolutely focused in their faith in goodness and in their conviction that humanity's synonym is goodness. The Humanion celebrates that and invites everyone to celebrate that that are expressed in shining light...May they continue to serve their own countries, nations and humanity long many years and years to come....And let the world know that the world, despite all the darkness and evils, that humanity has to deal with, fight and, often, forced to endure, is not all there is to the world, to humanity and to this human existence and life, that there are astonishing array of human beings, persons and people and peoples, agencies and bodies spread across the globe, ceaselessly seeking to advance the human condition with their tireless, committed, determined and ceaseless works for common good. Readmore

The World's Going Suomen-Maailma-Sininen: With Finland the World Goes All Blue Today

|| December 06: 2017 || ά. Finland’s 100 years of independence is celebrated this week with blue and white light shows taking place across Finland and in almost 30 countries around the world. The excitement has been gathering pace up to the last minute and with Finland 50 focal venues and buildings across the globe will be illuminated with blue and white lights in honour of Finland’s centenary of independence, celebrated on December 06. The centenary of Suomi's or Finland’s independence culminates on this day's celebrations of all things Suomen or Finnish. It is the most significant commemorative year for this generation of Finns, who are known in their national language Suomi as Suomalainen.

The Finns’ enthusiasm to mark the country’s 100th birthday with blue and white light shows has spread across the world as the World joins in the celebrations. News about new venues for the light shows has been coming in up to the last minute. The sites include the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro and the Niagara Falls in Canada, as well as, many other spectacular sites, that will be covered in by the blue and white lighting in honour of Finland. “Finland has received numerous accolades and gifts from around the world this year. Now, the world will turn blue and white for a short time. This is a great moment for Finns and friends of Finland.” says Mr Pekka Timonen, General Secretary of the Centenary of Finland’s Independence, Prime Minister’s Office. Readmore

Maria Lohela: Speaker
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Alexander Stubb: Former Prime Minister of Finland
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Nasima Razmyar MP

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The Humanion Humanity of the Year 2017: The Rohingya People: The Violated Humanity