Playlist of Paul Fromm’s podcasts on immigration and free speech topics
Who one says Netherlands , one says freedom. And that is also true, perhaps especially, for those who have a different opinion than the establishment, the opposition.
And our most important freedom is freedom of speech.
We, Dutch, say whatever is close to our hearts.
And that is precisely what makes our country great.
Freedom of speech is our pride.
And that, precisely that, is at stake here, today.
Because we are Dutch. That is why we never mince our words.
And I, too, will never do that. And I am proud of that. No-one will be able to silence me.
That, unlike me, you will never have to be protected because Islamic terror organizations, such as Al-Qaeda, the Taliban and ISIS , and who knows how many individual Muslims want to murder you. That you will no longer be allowed to empty your own mailbox, need to carry a bulletproof vest at meetings, and that there are police officers guarding the door whenever you use the bathroom. I hope you will be spared this.
I had to give up my freedom to do this and I will continue. Always. People who want to stop me will have to murder me first.
Prime Minister Rutte even told small children during the youth news that I wanted to expel them and then reassured them that this would not happen. As if I had said anything of that kind. It is almost impossible to behave viler and falser.
Or Labour chairman Spekman, who said Moroccans should be humiliated.
Or Labour alderman Oudkerk ,who spoke about f*cking Moroccans.
Or Prime Minister Rutte, who said that Turks should get lost.
43% of the Dutch want fewer Moroccans, as I already said. They are no racists. Stop insulting these people. Every day, they experience the huge problem with Moroccans in our country. They have a right to a politician who is not afraid to mention the problem with Moroccans. But neither they nor I care whether someone is black, yellow, red, green or violet.
It is not up to you to decide. Nor to the Supreme Court or even the European Court . The law itself must determine what is punishable. We, representatives, are elected by the people to determine clearly and visibly in the law for everyone what is punishable and what is not.
That is not up to the court. You should not do that, and certainly not on the basis of such subjective concepts which are understood differently by everyone and can easily be abused by the elite to ban unwelcome opinions of the opposition. Do not start this, I tell you.
But the most important freedom, the cornerstone of our democracy, is freedom of speech. The freedom to think what you want and to say what you think.
If we lose that freedom, we lose everything. Then, The Netherlands cease to exist, then the efforts of all those who suffered and fought for us are useless. From the freedom fighters for our independence in the Golden Age to the resistance heroes in World War II. I ask you: Stand in their tradition. Stand for freedom of expression.
For people will sooner be silent and say less because they are afraid of being called racist, because they are afraid of being sentenced. If I am convicted, then everyone who says anything about Moroccans will fear to be called a racist.
That has been proven by Brexit.
That has been proven by the US elections.
That is about to be proven in Austria and Italy .
That will be proven next year in France , Germany , and The Netherlands.
The course of things is about to take a different turn. Citizens no longer tolerate it.
Common sense will prevail over politically correct arrogance.
The voice of freedom cannot be imprisoned; it rings like a bell.
Everywhere, ever more people are saying what they think.
They do not want to lose their land, they do not want to lose their freedom.
They demand politicians who take them seriously, who listen to them, who speak on their behalf. It is a genuine democratic revolt. The wind of change and renewal blows everywhere. Including here, in The Netherlands.
I am standing here on behalf of millions of Dutch citizens.
I do not speak just on behalf of myself.
My voice is the voice of many.
And, so, I ask you.
not only on behalf of myself,
but in the name of all those Dutch citizens:
TORONTO, NOVEMBER 22, 2016:
To Commemorate the 53rd Anniversary of the Assassination of anti-Globalist President John F. Kennedy, and to Celebrate the recent Election of anti-Globalist President Donald J. Trump, The Canadian Association for Free Expression Proudly Presents, and Your Ward News Mischievously Sponsors, the world’s first public rally featuring Evalion as Keynote Speaker:
* She is an international teenage internet sensation, BANNED by Twitter and YouTube after over 2 million video views in 8 months!
* She was such a well-known Nationalist celebrity at the time she was BANNED, that the story was covered by European television programs.
* Her clever, sassy, engaging YouTube videos on immigration, National Socialism, pedophilia, the “gay” agenda, and more, are awakening a new generation… and threatening ZioMarxist entities committed to maintaining their oppression of the general population.
* Most recently, she was the victim of Canada Border Service harassment, with unwarranted confiscation of her laptop and personal journals, followed by an 8 hour detention!
* She is the latest and most high-profile target of B’nai Brith censorship.
Evalion will speak on the topic of “How I Became a YouTube Rebel & How to Disseminate Our Nationalist Message to a New Generation”.
DATE: Tuesday, November 22, 2016. 8:00 p.m.
LOCATION: “Your Ward News” Headquarters
ADDRESS: 163 Main Street, just south of Gerrard. Toronto, ON.
It is a 5 minute walk south of Main Station on the Bloor-Danforth Subway line.
[ $10.00 admission fee at door. ]
Paul Fromm Discusses Arthur Topham, Monika Schaefer & Prof. Tony Hall Cases With Patricia Aitken on “The Sacred Cow Barbeque”
Truth Seeker, Monika Schafer Addresses Truth and Justice for Germans, October 8, 2016
Truth Seeker, Monika Schafer addresses The Truth and Justice for Germans Society – 1 of 2
Don’t Suspend Prof. Tony Hall
Canadian Association for Free Expression
Rexdale, Ontario, M9W 5L3
Paul Fromm, B.Ed, M.A. Director
October 7, 2016
President of the University of Lethbridge
Re: Suspension Without Pay of Professor Anthony Hall
Dear Dr. Mahon:
The Canadian Association for Free Expression (CAFE), founded in 1982, is Canada`s most active free speech advocacy group.
I write to express our grave concerns about the recent suspension without pay of Professor Anthony Hall who teaches Globalization issues. This brutal measure, seemingly without a trial or hearing or opportunity for Professor Hall to explain his point of view, violates both academic freedom and due process and fairness.
The university’s complaints, in your recent letter to Professor Tony Hall are:
- “Virulent anti-semitic posts on Facebook.” These occurred during a time Professor Hall was travelling. Facebook removed them. Someone planted them or hacked his account. He completely repudiated them. It has since emerged that these scurrilous posts were the mischief of a notorious provocateur one Joshua Goldberg. Cartoonist Ben Garrison appeared in the rightly impugned post. He writes: “Unfortunately that Photoshopped image of me assaulting that Orthodox Jew man continues to circulate and be posted everywhere. Ironically,it was created by a 20 year-old Jewish kid named Joshua Goldberg. He was arrested by the FBI about a year ago for sending bomb making instructions to what he thought was a Muslim terrorist–instead it was an FBI undercover agent.Goldberg is now pleading mental illness, but for years he was allowed to stir up trouble from his parents` basement in Florida. For some reason he enjoyed targeting me and he’s the one who created that image as well as many other hate screeds.”
Ben Garrison had his life ruined by trolls like Goldberg, who vandalized Garrison’s cartoons to make it appear that Garrison was a rabid Jew-hater. Now Goldberg’s hate speech has damaged another man’s career and reputation: that of Professor Anthony Hall, Globalization Studies, University of Lethbridge. Mainstream media outlets including CBC and the Lethbridge Herald accepted B’nai Brith’s false narrative that Professor Hall was responsible for Goldberg’s planted image.
- Professor Hall has blamed Israel for 9-11.
- At a recent meeting between the provost and the dean at the University of Lethbridge, Professor Hall inquired whether either was Jewish. This was an entirely proper inquiry as to possible bias, as Professor Hall’s main tormenters are the League for Human Rights of B’nai Brith.
According to the CBC (September 30, 2016), “A Jewish group is calling on the University of Lethbridge to fire a professor who it alleges is ‘well-known for using his academic credentials to deny the Holocaust and promote 9/11 conspiracy theories.’ Anthony Hall co-hosts a weekly YouTube show called False Flag Weekly News, which allegedly promotes the notion of a Zionist conspiracy to foster hatred of Muslims through ‘false flag’ terror events, beginning with 9/11. B’nai Brith alleges that Hall “is a proponent of what he refers to as an ‘open debate on the Holocaust,’ a supporter of Holocaust [skeptics] like Monika Schaefer, and has even accused Israel of ‘playing a key role’ in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.”
Clearly, it didn’t take the university long to hop to the order of B’nai Brith and betray your mission to protect scholarship and freedom of speech. Within days you sought to oust this tenured professor.
Over 60 years ago, the Catholic Church in Quebec exercised a heavy hand in censoring professors at French Canadian universities, even leading to the exclusion of future Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau for his leftish views. Recent events seem to point to the replacement of the Catholic Church by B`nai Brith as religious arbiters of what can be said and believed on campus.
I urge you to rethink the university`s position and reinstate Professor Hall with full pay. Canada needs more free speech, not less, and more divergent thinkers like Professor Hall, not fewer.
CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR FREE EXPRESSION
Paul Fromm Gives Preview of Arthur Topham Constitutional Challenge to Be Held In Quesnel, BC, October 3-7.
Sung to the tune of the Beatles’ hit song
Yesterday, all our troubles seemed so far away.
Now it looks like hyper third world immigration is here to stay.
Oh, I believe in yesterday.
Suddenly, this is not half the Canada it used to be.
There’s a shadow of thought control hanging over me.
Oh yesterday, came sudden-ly.
Why Anglo-Celtic Canada had to go away, I don’t know—-politicians wouldn’t say.
I said something politically incorrect so I long for yesterday.
Yesterday, freedom of speech was such an easy game to play.
Now I need a place to hide away, is there a Euro-Canadian ethno-state where I can stay?
Oh, I believe in yesterday.
Why free speech had to go, I don’t know—–the Thought Police wouldn’t say.
I said something Islamophobic, now I long for yesterday, day, yeh yeh.
Yesterday, Euro-Canadian pride and patriotism was such an easy game to play.
Now I need a place to hide away, is your bunker A-OK? Eh?
Oh I believe that European Canada will once again have its day……mmmmmm…..
Tim McCartney Murray
Anglo-Celtic Canada R.I.P.
Canadian Association for Free Expression
Rexdale, Ontario, M9W 5L3
Ph: 905-566-4455; FAX: 905-566-4820
Mr. Ray Weremczuk,
District Manager, Continuing Education Business Programme and Facility Rentals.
Delta District School Board
August 30, 2016
Dear Mr. Weremczuk:
I noticed on the Internet your firing of meditation instructor Brian Ruhe after 15 years service teaching meditation courses for your board. Your action is highly discriminatory and unfair. Your letter makes it clear there have been no problems with Mr. Ruhe’s role as an instructor. The problem you indicate is the expression of his views on World War II. It might be noted that the videos he produces are done on his own time and his own dime and are not communicated to Board students. He has never used his classes as a “bully pulpit.”
Your letter indicated, as follows:
“Quite apart from any media articles, the YouTube videos compiled under your name present a very public expression of conduct that runs contrary to the policies and values of Delta School District.