Paul Fromm on Jim Rizoli Televison: Wide Ranging Interview — How I Got Into Politics; Zundel & Me; Canadian Free Speech Battles; Freeing Our People from Guilt; The New Religion of Holocaust

Paul Fromm on Jim Rizoli Televison: Wide Ranging Interview — How I Got Into Politics; Zundel & Me; Canadian Free Speech Battles; Freeing Our People from Guilt; The New Religion of Holocaust
 
Paul Fromm: Paul Fromm is a longtime populist activist in Canada. He was a co-founder of the anti-communist Edmund Burke Society (1967-1972) and an activist in the Canadian Friends of Rhodesia. For the past 30 years, he has been the Director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression and the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee. “My issues are immigration and free speech,” he says, “too much immigration and not enough free speech.” Mr. Fromm is the international director for the Council of Conservative Citizens and the international advisor to the American Free Party. He is featured in many You Tubes and has a nightly radio show “The Fighting Side of Me” on whiteresistanceradio.com. He is a co-host on “The Trump Phenomenon” nightly at 9:00 p.m.EST  on Republic Broadcasting. He has twice run for Parliament in Canada. He has run four times for school board trustee and was elected once.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
JIM RIZOLI:  Cofounder, producer/interviewer (Fred Leuchter and Assistant, Diane King) of the Series, LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY REVISIONISTS.  This also entails seeking out UNSUNG HEROES and German survivors of Allied atrocities – The German Story, The German Way.  Hard core historical revisionist, Jim and, his brother, Joe moved from combating the illegal immigrant hordes in their cable shows to dealing with the fundamental and pervading issue of the holocaust. Their immigrant battles led them to the plight of Ernst Zundel in Canada, being prosecuted for having reprinted *Did 6 Million Really Die*! Thus Jim and Joe’s efforts and cable shows also turned toward the issue of the holocaust.  That’s when their troubles accelerated. In 2002 – 2003 they began producing numerous (1000s of videos) dealing with many issues and 100s of videos about the holocaust. Consequently, YouTube videos (700) under the name of Jim Rizoli were banned. His name was banned on Facebook. In 2010, their cable shows were suspended. They returned and then were permanently removed in 2014. We are back to provide a venue of/freedom of, telling the story for tried-and-true revisionists and Germans throughout North America, Europe and Australia.
 

National Post Confirms Paul Fromm Targetted for Harassment by the Feds

National Post Confirms Paul Fromm Targetted for Harassment by the Feds

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The National Post (February 10, 2016) ran an article by Douglas Quan entitled Right-wing extremist groups ‘prevalent’ across Canada, study warns”. the article by-the-by confirms my impression that my two and a half hour ordeal with Canada Customs (February 2) was deliberate targetting and harassment for my non-violent political views. A man who identified himself as an “intelligence supervisor” and who questioned me asked: “Do you have an enemy who does not like you” , as much as admitting that the scrap of paper by scrap of paper search of my possessions was directed from the top.

Scribbler Quan who actually interviewed me last June, did not bother to call or e-mail me to get details. Not surprisingly, his reference to me is erroneous in several details. He suggests that I choose not to be part of any group. On the contrary, I am the Director of the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee, the Director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression, the International Director for the Council of Conservative Citizens and the International Advisor to the American Freedom Party, as well as the Canadian contributor to The Barnes Review.

Quan’s article “Right-wing extremist groups ‘prevalent’ across Canada, study warns”

http://news.nationalpost.com/news/canada/right-wing-extremist-groups-prevalent-across-canada-study-warns

says, in part:

… “Some extremists choose not to be part of any group, preferring instead to provide “ideological fodder on which others may feed.” One of Canada’s most notorious white nationalists, Paul Fromm, has spoken to various groups, including the U.S.-based Council of Conservative Citizens.

Dylann Roof, the young man accused of gunning down nine black worshippers in Charleston, S.C., last year credited the council for drawing attention to “black on white crime.” The council said it did not condone violence and Fromm said the murders were “absolutely wrong.”

Still, authorities appear to be closely watching Fromm. In a recent YouTube rant, he described how, on a return trip from London, he was detained by border authorities at Toronto’s airport for more than two hours so they could search him for’hate propaganda.'”

Good Fellowship at IHR Annual Christmas Gathering

Good Fellowship at IHR Annual Christmas Gathering
ORANGE COUNTY. December 15, 2102. The meaning of Christmas and gratitude for the growing fellowship of like minded freethinkers in Southern California were the themes of the annual Christmas party held by the Institute for Historical Review. Guests came from as far away as Las Vegas and San Diego.
IHR  Director Mark Weber was the host of the potluck supper and reflected on the growth over the past four years of an expanding and cohesive circle of people in Southern California who gather for frequent IHR meetings. There is always a lively synergy among younger and older members.
Photo: Good Fellowship at IHR Annual Christmas Gathering

ORANGE COUNTY. December 15, 2102. The meaning of Christmas and gratitude for the growing fellowship of like minded freethinkers in Southern California were the themes of the annual Christmas party held by the Institute for Historical Review. Guests came from as far away as Las Vegas and San Diego.

IHR  Director Mark Weber was the host of the potluck supper and reflected on the growth over the past four years of an expanding and cohesive circle of people in Southern California who gather for frequent IHR meetings. There is always a lively synergy among younger and older members.

Special guest Paul Fromm from the Canadian Association for Free Expression reflected on that amazing story of the spontaneous truces that broke out along the Western Front at Christmas, 1914, when British and German soldiers sang Christmas carols, shared food and even played soccer. "There was a tremendous wisdom and good common sense," Mr. Fromm noted. "Deep down these men saw one another as coming from a common culture. there was an inner reluctance about the coming slaughter. This was a fratricidal war that did much to weaken and ruin European man" for the benefit of manipulators and outsiders.

Mr. Fromm discussed the attack on Christmas. "I find it dumbfounding that such a good and gentle feast can come in for such attack and shunning. Some religions celebrate the massacre of their enemies or, in the case of Judaism's Passover, the death of every firstborn Egyptian male. How can such a tragedy, if, indeed, it happened be a cause for feasting and joy? On the other hand, Christmas celebrates the birth of a Saviour. It is a gentle feast of joy and giving," he added.

The attack on Christmas, he pointed out, came in two assault waves. The first  hit in the 1940s and 1950s. Songs, many written by Jewish writers like Irving Berlin, erased Christ -- songs like "White Christmas", "City Bells", "Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer." Now, there was nothing wring with these songs in themselves," he explained. "They celebrated a secular or folk aspect of Christmas, but they downplayed or erased the core reason for Christmas -- the birth of Christ."

The second wave of the assault has occurred over the past 20 years. Businesses and government and the trendy have replaced "Merry Christmas" with "Happy Holidays" or "Seasons' Greetings." Not many of us celebrate a season, Mr. Fromm added, "like snow  and ice where I come from. Merchants know very well people are buying their over-priced imported Chinese junk because they celebrate Christmas, not a holiday or season. People have been conned in the name of inclusiveness or exclude the beliefs and celebrations of the Majority.

Mr. Fromm concluded by urging people to use the leverage of their custom with merchants to insist that the word "Christmas" be used in their signage and greetings.

Many comments were made about the fine dishes offered to the attendees. Mr. Fromm especially commented on a spicy Jambalaya-like Louisiana dish prepared by Miss Cathleen. "It reminds me of the Jambalaya Louisiana Council of Conservative Citizens chairman Herb Price used to serve down at baton Rouge," Mr. Fromm praised.

Paul Fromm with IHR Director Mark Weber
Special guest Paul Fromm from the Canadian Association for Free Expression reflected on that amazing story of the spontaneous truces that broke out along the Western Front at Christmas, 1914, when British and German soldiers sang Christmas carols, shared food and even played soccer. “There was a tremendous wisdom and good common sense,” Mr. Fromm noted. “Deep down these men saw one another as coming from a common culture. there was an inner reluctance about the coming slaughter. This was a fratricidal war that did much to weaken and ruin European man” for the benefit of manipulators and outsiders.
 
Mr. Fromm discussed the attack on Christmas. “I find it dumbfounding that such a good and gentle feast can come in for such attack and shunning. Some religions celebrate the massacre of their enemies or, in the case of Judaism’s Passover, the death of every firstborn Egyptian male. How can such a tragedy, if, indeed, it happened be a cause for feasting and joy? On the other hand, Christmas celebrates the birth of a Saviour. It is a gentle feast of joy and giving,” he added.
 
The attack on Christmas, he pointed out, came in two assault waves. The first  hit in the 1940s and 1950s. Songs, many written by Jewish writers like Irving Berlin, erased Christ — songs like “White Christmas”, “City Bells”, “Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer.” Now, there was nothing wring with these songs in themselves,” he explained. “They celebrated a secular or folk aspect of Christmas, but they downplayed or erased the core reason for Christmas — the birth of Christ.”
 
The second wave of the assault has occurred over the past 20 years. Businesses and government and the trendy have replaced “Merry Christmas” with “Happy Holidays” or “Seasons’ Greetings.” Not many of us celebrate a season, Mr. Fromm added, “like snow  and ice where I come from. Merchants know very well people are buying their over-priced imported Chinese junk because they celebrate Christmas, not a holiday or season. People have been conned in the name of inclusiveness or exclude the beliefs and celebrations of the Majority.
 
Mr. Fromm concluded by urging people to use the leverage of their custom with merchants to insist that the word “Christmas” be used in their signage and greetings.
 
Many comments were made about the fine dishes offered to the attendees. Mr. Fromm especially commented on a spicy Jambalaya-like Louisiana dish prepared by Miss Cathleen. “It reminds me of the Jambalaya Louisiana Council of Conservative Citizens chairman Herb Price used to serve down at Baton Rouge,” Mr. Fromm praised.
 

A Knapsack of Conservative Literature Scooped by Customs Censors

A Knapsack of Conservative Literature Scooped by Customs Censors

Is a speech by former U.S. Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC) about Martin Luther King “hate propaganda”? Some eager beaver censor wannabe at Canada Customs or Canada Border Service Agency, as it is now called, seems to think so. Activist Douglas Pearson was one of several Canadians returning from the July 6-7 annual conference of the Council of Conservative Citizens in Nashville, TN on July 8. He flew into Toronto’s Island Airport. His knapsack was ransacked and searched. What did the agent find? A pound of cocaine? A bag of smelly khat leaves, so beloved by Toronto’s drug addled Somali youth? No, nothing so dramatic. The agent found “literature.” When all was said and done, the snoops haul included: the Frankfurt School, a dvd produced by the Conservative Citizens Foundation; Communism With the Mask Off, a speech delivered in Nurnberg on September 13, 1935 by Dr. Joseph Goebbels; Pre-Emptive Ideology, Occasional Papers of the Citizens’ Foundation, Issue #7; The King Holiday and its Meaning, speech by Senator Jesse Helms, introduction by Samuel Francis; The Citizens Informer, Vol. 45, No. 1 (newspaper published thrice yearly by the Council of Conservative Citizens); The First Freedom, June, 2012, a newspaper; The Alabamian, May-June, 2012, a newsletter published by the Alabama Council of Conservative Citizens and CofCC Board member Leonard Wilson; and the Northwest Observer, Volumes #115 (February, 2012), #116 (March, 2012), and #117 (April, 2012), published by long-time U.S. writer Harold Covington.
This seizure #2012-4952-K27-0013 was made, presumably because the literature was considered “hate.” The suspect material then sent off to the “Prohibited Importations Unit” at 150 Isabella St. in Ottawa. If the material is deemed to fall under Classification D9-1-15 of the Custom Act – that is, “hate propaganda” – it will be seized. The victim can appeal through the bureaucracy. If the appeal is unsuccessful, the victim can take the matter to court. CAFÉ has considered this latter course on several occasions, but the cost might be $40,000 to salvage a $5 book. Should there be no appeal, “the material will be destroyed 90 days after the date of determination.” How are books destroyed? A good supporter of CAFÉ who had a copy of David Duke’s Jewish Supremacism seized some years ago, was told by a Customs officials that they were “burned.” So, our thought police practise book burning in Canada.

CAFÉ has fought the censorship provisions of the Canada Customs Act for 30 years. Persecutions and Customs censor vigilance wax and wane. In one orgy of censorship madness in the late ‘90s, Paul Fromm had a book bag with some 90 items, including Irish Fairy Tales, seized. He got almost all of the books back in the end. However, the thought policing powers of the Customs Act are an affront to free speech and the seizure of one’s property for “determination” is a violation of our rights to property, rights Trudeau’s Charter did not confer on us. Many Canadians have been deceived by this Napoleonic piece of sophistry. Anglo-Saxon law says the citizen has the right to do anything, except what is expressly forbidden by laws. The Napoleonic system says the citizen has only the rights conferred upon him by the State, The Charter’s rights are bogus, all subject to such “restrictions as are demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.” The continual gutting of our free speech rights under the Charter shows how weak it is.