Which is a statement of fact, that is quite obviously not true and can therefore only be said to incite hate against a certain group.
Many other untrue things are also said. Feminists often say males are privileged compared to women, even though by all measures that's not true in the modern society. Why aren't they charged for hate speech that hurts men? Where do you draw a line between "hate speech" and something that isn't hate speech?
You are perfectly right to be upset, it should have been punished 10 years ago as well. But pretty much all countries turn a blind eye to right wing terrorism and hate, glad to hear that has gotten somewhat less in Finnland.
Nice to see you don't really believe in freedom of speech either.
Because that is not a statement of fact, but an opinion. A particularly stupid one, but still an opinion. And you can have all the factually unsupported opinion's that you like and express them. You can simply tell by yourself not being imprisoned.
What if somebody calls all Muslim men disgusting pigs? Is it then just an opinion or a statement of fact? I'm certain calling all Muslim men disgusting pigs can get you prosecuted for hate speech crime.
Where's the line between "a statement of fact" and an opinion?
Realistically speaking in our system what's relevant isn't what you say, but who you say it to. Certain groups are protected from insults while others are not. Nobody will give a damn if you spam #killallmen hashtag on social media, but change it to #killallwomen or #killallmuslims and you'll soon be in trouble for sure. Our legal system sucks as in practice it doesn't treat all cases equal.
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." - Martin Luther King Jr