Father Mark Dumont is the guestmaster at Westminster Abbey in Mission, BC where about 30 Benedictine Catholic monks live. He is the monk on the right, in the thumbnail photo.
Brian Ruhe is a Buddhist meditation teacher in Vancouver and he has led his most successful Vipassana Meditation retreats here in the winters of 2013, 2014 and 2105. At the last one Father Mark told Mr. Ruhe that he can’t lead anymore retreats there because of his YouTube videos questioning the Holocaust and the true history of Adolf Hitler and WW II. Brian had an email exchange several times with Father Mark and maybe Father Mark developed some mutual respect for their differences in view and appreciated that Brian Ruhe is not a mean, deluded Nazi. But Father Mark would never change his stance so Ruhe is using this YouTube video to take the truth to the general public.
Here, Paul Fromm is the Director of CAFE the Canadian Association of Freedom of Expression, since 1983. He was visiting Vancouver from Toronto when he gave this talk.
Paul Fromm and Brian Ruhe were both on Red Ice Radio on Feb. 11, 2016 at this link: Red Ice Radio…
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