Flashmob Finlandia

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Marko Juvonen : Ajassa 2:06 noin kun mies tulee sisälle ja tajuaa biisin niin hattu lähti päästä heti. Tää on kertakaikkisen huikee!!!

John Davis : You can feel their love for their country.

Tomppi73 : Ei voi muuta kuin itkeä, on se niin helvetin hienoa kuunneltavaa.

Miha Sinkovec : Brought a tear to my eye, and I'm not even Finnish. :)

Sipu97 : Ihanaa, kun Suomessakin on tällaisia juttuja. Upeasti vedytty.

Ida Korkiakoski : Tätä ei kerta kaikkiaan vain voi kuunnella pillittämättä. Äärettömän kaunis veto.

Michael Plurad : This may be a flash mob, but this is the best rendition of this theme I've heard on YouTube thus far. The acoustics in there were incredible.

Wolfgang Ramos : Finnish Nationalism seems so inspiring. So amazing. I've never heard Finlandia with lyrics until now. Wow.

Larzoone : Translated lyrics: Finland, behold, thy daylight now is dawning, the threat of night has now been driven away. The skylark calls across the light of morning, the blue of heaven lets it have its way, and now the day the powers of night is scorning: thy daylight dawns, O Finland of ours! Finland, arise, and raise towards the highest thy head now crowned with mighty memory. Finland, arise, for to the world thou criest that thou hast thrown off thy slavery, beneath oppression's yoke thou never liest. Thy morning's come, O Finland of ours!

Bluntry1 : This is so beautiful it brought me to tears.

Johann Bach : I wish I were Finnish..

YYC Junk : Dear Finns. Please take this to heart. I cry watching this video, despite not understanding the words. Canada is completely debased by globalism and multicultural evil. I cry because I will never experience what it feels like to be at one with a people of my own. There are no words to describe how empty life is without a sense of belonging. Supposedly, we made a fair sacrifice of our culture to the god of "the economy." Moloch will still not make it grow Life continues to get materially worse regardless. In this country no longer can trust our neighbours,, we have no bonds with anyone, we share no community with anyone... we exist to be consumers. We work, we eat, we go home, and then we receive notices in the mail prior to our deaths to purchase a funeral package at a multi-faith funeral home. Do not seek this future. It is death. Kill all globalists.

novagazer : How beautiful! I'm almost crying, from Japan.

713davidh42 : When one knows the history behind the melody and the lyrics, this indeed becomes a very stirring flashmob.

Joni Ahonen : Tassa meni iho kananlihalle! Hienoa!!!

M mayuge : Love this flashmob!! While I'm Japanese,i was moved. Beautiful song,beautiful voice, beautiful people:)

Cat Daddy : Helvetin voimakas video. Mahtavaa kuinka random ihmisetkin alkoivst laulaa mukama!!

thefamilynelson : I didn't understand a word of it but that didn't stop me from loving it.

VideonKatsoja : Pistää miettimään mitä kaikkee meidän isoisät- ja äidit teki tämän maan puolesta. Kyllä nous tämänki pullamössöteinin maanpuolustusvietti.( En ole sotahullu tiedän että se on kamalaa) Komeata kuunneltavaa joka tapauksessa!

CivicGuard : Did random people sing along? I know I would've

nänu jävlar : Finland! My fellow neighbour.

Gibeira 2018 : Beautiful! Greetings from Brazil.

marcards steve : It brings me to tears too and I'm an American from Philadelphia, the birth place of freedom in a country which endured slavery at it inception. It's called -"This is my song" in our our Daily Mass hymnals with credit to Jean Sibelius .I know about the Russo-Finnish war and the bravery the Finns showed against the Russians. Every time It's played at Mass, I sing it but can't make it through our translation where it says other countries have skies as blue as my country. This line just exemplifies the brotherhood which should exist between different countries of the world. And to think of all the wars which were fought over stupid things and the lives which were lost fighting those wars. So, what I say is let them listen to this song and see if they would wage war and if they would start a war,let them fear bravery and honor like the Finns showed in 1939.

Eve伊布 : It shows the patriotic heart of the Finns.

Eric V : That was cool. Finlandia is a great tune!

Paul Logieri : This sort of love for country and countrymen - so beautifully expressed - is sorely in need, no matter what country one calls home. Thanks for reminding us what it looks and sounds like.

MissNevada08 : So, so beautiful....Makes me cry every damn time I watch it.

Jessica Salminen : Tuli ihan kyyneleet esille tästä kauniista laulusta! 🙏 Mahtava esitys!

ZeOverman : Great video. Very touching. As a Finn this song brings me to tears. But this video was for the pro-immigration green party. In other worlds: traitors.

whintake : Miehinen tippa tuli linssiin...

Toni Tuhkanen : "...ja ettet taipunut sää sorron alle, on aamus alkanut, synnyinmaa!"

No Troll : It's this tune and anthem that encapsulate what Finns and Finland are all about! Congratulations for the 100th anniversary of your Declaration of Independance!

TALKRADIO : Tän voisi vaihtaa meidän kansallislauluksi sinä päivänä kun Suomi eroaa eusta tai eu hajoaa.

J.J. : Oi Suomi, katso, sinun päiväs' koittaa, yön uhka karkoitettu on jo pois, ja aamun kiuru kirkkaudessa soittaa kuin itse taivahan kansi sois'. Yön vallat aamun valkeus jo voittaa, sun päiväs' koittaa, oi synnyinmaa. Oi nouse, Suomi, nosta korkealle pääs' seppelöimä suurten muistojen, oi nouse, Suomi, näytit maailmalle sa että karkoitit orjuuden ja ettet taipunut sa sorron alle, on aamus' alkanut, synnyinmaa.

Reaper of Souls : Remember fellow finns, this land was not made by muslims and it is not made for muslims. Have a nice day while you still can.

Sharon Wappler : My college choir learned the Finnish words and sang this while on tour in Helsinki back in 1974, while we were on tour. A truly moving experience!

JohnPennello : This warms my heart! Patriotism! I love this piece, the video, and these wonderfully patriotic people!

slebaq : Ja mikä akustiikka tos tilassa on!

Travis Peters : That's really cool. Never see that here in Canada in a mall lol

Klaus Beimer : I am always thankful to hear this beautiful proud song. And I think of all these who fought with us to gave their blood for their home. A last Thank For All from Germany.

Joshua : Olen sanaton. Aivan mahtava hymni tuo Finlandia.

Van Drare : this is f*cking awsome!

Nastgardaren : The best Anthem in the World, made by one of the men who created the finnish national ideals! I hope that we one day will unite as a nation despite our linguistic differences within this great country. The globalists are our common enemy, they do not care if you speak finnish or swedish, they want to erase our identities either way. / Åland islander

ALEKSI ENERGY BOY : Hyvää itsenäisyyspäivää

Robert Tillman : Wonderful, period.

Joni Salminen : Suomessa on vaan sitä jotain.

luvanani : i'll take this sentiment over bombs bursting in air any day!

HessuHopo : Only men singing in this video you can see how much we MEN love our country!

HOCKEYHELSINKI : Voi kyynel !!! OLIPA HIENO VETO !!!

Christoph Furler : great song and great performance :D