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Guggenheim and Finnish "(sl)äives"

Finns are exceedingly pondered in taking a position out on the public, which is sometimes counterproductive when business smart people, such as Guggenheim Foundation, takes advantage of. Over 2 million Euros have already been spent from Finnish public money to feed the over-expensive, luxurious competition of the Guggenheim Museum. Money to pay, among others, an elitist London real estate firm which organized such competition and to pay the fat fees of two foreign starchitects to make Guggenheim propaganda in Helsinki. Such money would have had made a great exhibition in Kiasma in comparison, in a country whose debt is reaching alarming numbers.

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