Non-Aligned Media Interview With CAFE Director Paul Fromm
On this second episode of the Non-Aligned Media podcast, host Brandon Martinez is joined by special guest Paul Fromm, a Canadian free speech activist and mayoralty candidate in the city of Mississauga.
Fromm and Martinez discuss the duplicitous nature of Canada’s “hate speech” laws and the malevolent agenda of the political correctness commissars who enforce them. Noted in the show was the Jewish-Zionist origins of the “hate” laws in Canada and the negative influence of that community on Canada’s broader political culture.
Fromm also outlined his political programme as a candidate for mayor of Mississauga in Ontario, which includes fighting traffic gridlock in the city and halting immigration.
Written by Brandon Martinez
Brandon Martinez is an independent writer and journalist from Canada who specializes in foreign policy issues, international affairs and 20th and 21st century history. For years he has written on Zionism, Israel-Palestine, American and Canadian foreign policy, war, terrorism and deception in media and politics. His articles and analysis have appeared on Press TV, Veterans News Now, Media With Conscience News, Whatsupic, Intifada Palestine, Information Clearing House, What Really Happened, and other alternative media outlets. He is the co-founder of Non-Aligned Media with Joshua Blakeney and the author of an upcoming book addressing Israeli involvement in the 9/11 attacks. Readers can contact him at martinezperspective[at]hotmail