|Founded||13 January 2021|
|Split from||Finns Party|
|Colours||Black and blue|
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The Blue-and-Black Movement (Finnish: Sinimusta Liike, SML, Swedish: Blåsvarta Rörelsen) is an ultranationalist political party in Finland.
The party was born out of row over ethno-nationalism in the Finns Party, which led into the Finns Party Youth disintegrating and representatives being expelled from the party. The party's name and colors have been inspired by the fascist Patriotic People's Movement. The Ministry of Justice considered the party program so radical and anti-democratic it had to be partially rewritten to be accepted for registration. For example, the party wanted an ethnic register of people living in Finland, to outlaw advocating for a non-traditional family, and to reconsider the citizenship of everyone made a citizen after 1990. As of 14 April 2022, the party has received the 5000 signatures to register the party.
According to Oula Silvennoinen, a historian renowned for his work on Finnish co-operation with the Germans during World War Two, the party's ideology is Fascist.
The party wants to revive the White Guard and outlaw pornography. The party considers itself "radical and traditionalist" and central for their political aims "a Finnish nation, racially white and Finnish people".
The party immediately caused controversy when chairman Kuru wrote that the Movement opposes visible presence of non-Christian religions and that interests and genetics of the Jews are separate and "in total conflict with those of the European native population". The comments were condemned by chairman of the Helsinki Jewish Congregation Yaron Nadbornik.
The party also wants the educational system to teach about Finnish paganism along with Christianity.
The party wants Finnish to be the only official language in Finland.