The Barbarians Are At The Gates

The Barbarians Are At The Gates

Free speech is under assault from  “anti-fascists”
by Tim Murray

You don’t fully comprehend the enormity and critical importance of the immigration issue in Canada until you have walked through an “Antifa” gauntlet, felt their shoving, heard their deafening and robotic chants and smelled the human feces they have left behind. If you don’t believe me, just ask the almost one hundred law-abiding, peaceful people who paid for a ticket to listen to a presentation at UBC on Wednesday evening,October 9. The talk was given by former UNB professor Ricardo Duchesne and Mount Royal University Professor Mark Hecht. In case you didn’t know, “Antifa” is short for “anti-fascists”, which is what these hooligans fancy themselves as. It has to be the most inaccurate name of the century.


Antifa followed their standard plan. They arrived early so some 20 to 30 of them could be in place to block the entrance to the building where the talk was to occur. The ones blocking the door were all males. They dutifully conformed to the Antifa dress code : All wore black masks over their faces. Only their eyes were exposed. Two unmasked female Antifa protestors stood at another location. All were loudly chanting “Fuck off Nazi scum.” Their chants could be heard blocks away. All the males locked arms to prevent anyone from getting through the building’s front door and into the room where the two professors were to speak. Some UBC Security personnel did try to escort people through the Antifa mob.However, the Antifa mob pushed and shoved as much as they could to delay or block anyone who wanted to enter the building.
In so doing, they succeeded in intimidating many of the women ticket holders. An undetermined number left in fear. 
The door into the building led to a corridor which had doors into the lecture room where the talk was to occur. A number of windows are on both sides of the doors. The Antifa mob stood in front of the windows and pounded on them for close to two hours in an attempt to drown out the voices of the two professors addressing the group. Luckily, the sound of the pounding was muffled sufficiently to allow the two professors to speak and be heard. As Professor Hecht began his speech to the backdrop of pounding, he made an apt comment: “The barbarians are at the gates.” Indeed. 
Just before that comment, Hecht had smelled the stench of (most probably) human feces that one of these righteous barbarians had no doubt planted. The smell was particularly strong for those who had unfortunately chosen seats that were closest to it. The feces could well serve as a symbol for the fascist methods of this “anti-fascist” movement.  

(1) Is it illegal to wear face masks at such events? Was Antifa’s obstruction illegal? If the answer to both is yes, then the full weight of the law should descend on Antifa heads. UBC buildings and land are public property. Yet Antifa acted as if it owned the property and had the right to stop anyone from entering it.  
(2) Why were the RCMP and UBC Security so unprepared and unable to bring in enough re-inforcements? Antifa has acquired a solid and universal reputation for thuggery. Quite likely, Antifa was inspired by Canada’s so-called “Anti-Hate Network” (CAHN), a recently-minted clone of the corrupt US Southern Poverty Law Center. That U.S. group provided CAHN with start-up funding. CAHN its CEO and its UBC imitator must be investigated. Tolerance of Antifa’s outrageous conduct only whets Antifa’s appetite for more. 
(3) What should UBC do now? UBC administrators have to make it clear that obstruction of events like that of Wednesday, October 9 are not to be tolerated. That means that arrests have to be made when shameless obstruction happens. It does not mean that UBC should ban future talks. So-called “hate speech” needs a complete re-think. The answer to Antifa’s obstruction of free speech is more speech. Professor Duchesne and Professor Hecht have important contributions to make to Canadian society. Antifa bullies do not.
 (4) Who else has to be held to account? Here are some starters : Canada’s education system; its cowardly and quisling political class; and many of its institutions such as its disgracefully-biased and quisling CBC and much of our mainstream media. These groups are lighter versions of Antifa, but they are still Antifa. All have cultivated and encouraged other versions of Antifa. All are in serious decay.

 "There's nothing more dangerous than a 
shallow-thinking compassionate person."

Garrett Hardin

Commissioner of Canada Elections Says He Can’t/Won’t Do Anything About Anti-Racists Doxing Supporters of the Canadian Nationalist Party

Commissioner of Canada Elections Says He Can’t/Won’t Do Anything About Anti-Racists Doxing Supporters of the Canadian Nationalist Party

Publication of names of Canadian Nationalist Party members – Our file: 2019-0303-5

Labonté, Réjean Thu, Dec 19, 4:01 PM (2 days ago)

Mr. Fromm,

Thank you for your correspondence dated September 17, 2019 concerning the publication of names of Canadian Nationalist Party members.

The Commissioner of Canada Elections is responsible for ensuring that the Canada Elections Act (the Act) is complied with and enforced.

We have reviewed your communication and, as the circumstances described do not contravene any provision of the Act, the issue you raise cannot be pursued by our Office. As a consequence, we will now close our file.

For more information about the Office of the Commissioner of Canada Elections, please visit our website at:

Yours truly,

Réjean (Rej) Labonté Enquêteur principal | Senior investigator Commissaire aux élections fédérales | Commissioner of Canada Elections 30, rue Victoria Gatineau (Québec) K1A 0M6 Tél : 819.939.2072 ou | or 1.855.759.6740 (sans frais|toll-free) Télécopieur | Fax: 819.939.1801 Courriel | Email :  

De : Labonté, Réjean
Envoyé : 26 septembre 2019 08:05
À : ‘Paul Fromm’
Objet : RE: MY ORIGINAL COMPLAINT IN JULY and the Doxing ; our file 2019-0303-5

Well received Mr. Fromm. I will have a look at this material.

The Commissioner of Canada Elections file number looking into this is: 2019-0303-5.

As stated, your complaint appears to fall under the category of privacy law. As for Elections Canada, Section 541 of the Canada Elections Act, is quite clear insofar as the application for Party registration is available for public inspection upon request.

If one of your concerns is with Elections Canada making this information available for public inspection, you may want to pursue this angle with them. It appears to me that Elections Canada’s intention is to reach an equilibrium between privacy concern and transparency of the political process.

As stated before, if the publication of names of Canadian Nationalist Party supporters constitute an intimidation or threat to these persons, you may wish to report the matter to police of competent authority.

As for the office of the Commissioner of Canada Elections, and me as an investigator, my mandate consists of enforcing and ensuring compliance to the Canada Elections Act. As it stands, I have not thus far identified anything about your complaint that falls under the Commissioner’s mandate.  

I invite you to keep me apprized of developments and to identify items that may fall under the Commissioner of Canada Elections mandate. As such, you may want to peruse our web page at


Réjean (Rej) Labonté Enquêteur principal | Senior investigator Commissaire aux élections fédérales | Commissioner of Canada Elections 30, rue Victoria Gatineau (Québec) K1A 0M6 Tél : 819.939.2072 ou | or 1.855.759.6740 (sans frais|toll-free) Télécopieur | Fax: 819.939.1801 Courriel | Email :  

De : Paul Fromm []
Envoyé : 26 septembre 2019 04:48
À : Labonté, Réjean

Canadian Association for Free Expression

Box 332,

Rexdale, Ontario, M9W 5L3

Ph: 905-289-674-4455; FAX: 289-674-4820;


Paul Fromm, B.Ed, M.A. Director

July  15, 2019

Elections Canada.

Dear Sirs:

Today I filed a verbal complaint with one of your employees, Michael by name. I now wish to make this a formal complaint.

It has come to our attention that a group calling itself the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, with a website by the same name, has declared its intention to widely publicize the names and address of the 250 who will have signed as members of the Canadian Nationalist Party, when it obtains formal registration as a political party

In their July 10 statement this group of anti-democratic fanatics stated:  “The Canadian Anti-Hate Network will publish the names of 250 members of the neo-Nazi Canadian Nationalist Party if they are successful in becoming a registered political party. We plan to publish these names and their cities of residence as soon as they become public, and will encourage local media to run stories naming neo-Nazi supporters in their communities. … This kind of naming and shaming is part of our mandate of exposing hate groups to make sure communities are well-informed, and to ensure that there are significant, nonviolent social consequences for supporting hate groups.”

This ugly bullying threat is libellous, as well. We have studied the platform of the Canadian Nationalist Party and found that the  group would more accurately be described as traditional Canadians and populists, not National Socialist wannabees. CAHN, who boasts longtime anti-free speech campaigners like Bernie Farber and Richard Warman as board members, seeks  to intimidate citizens from their right to vote as they choose. Furthermore, even if the aims of the party were national socialist in nature, they still have every right to exist and campaign.

Canadian Anti-Hate Network Board member Evan Balgord, a former assistant to Toronto’s Mayor John Tory, enthused: “Employer concerns are a natural consequence of supporting a neo-Nazi party. Practically, however, we won’t have the time to research 250 individuals. Local media might. I’d note they can avoid that consequence by emailing Elections Canada and withdrawing their support. – Evan”

Then, as a further step to interfere with the secret ballot and the right of citizens to freely choose the party they prefer, the CAHN offers a carrot:  “If any of members of the Canadian Nationalist Party want to avoid being named and facing the social consequences of supporting a neo-Nazi party, they can email Elections Canada at to withdraw their support.”

The threatening tactics of the CAHN are no different than posting goons armed with clubs outside polling stations reminding voters not to vote the “wrong” way.

We call upon Elections Canada to investigate the campaign by the Canadian Anti-Hate Network to intimidate voters and further to take all available action against the goons of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network. We may have reason to cfear foreign interference in the Canadian election process but it is clear that there are some omesic forces seeking to do the same thing.

Sincerely yours,

Paul Fromm


Sleazebag Warren Kinsella & His Paid Efforts to Smear Maxime Bernier & Keep Him Out of the Leaders’ Debate

Recordings reveal details of campaign to attack Maxime Bernier, PPC as racists before election

Strategist Warren Kinsella told his Daisy Group employees ‘Hamish and Walsh’ would be asking about results

Andrea BellemareKaleigh Rogers · CBC News · Posted: Nov 26, 2019 2:00 PM ET | Last Updated: 8 hours ago

New details have emerged about the campaign by Warren Kinsella’s Daisy Group to attack Maxime Bernier and the People’s Party of Canada in the lead-up to the federal election campaign. Kinsella, pictured here with his then-wife, Lisa Kirbie Kinsella, wanted to target Bernier as ‘racist’ and ‘a white supremacist.’ (Spencer Gallichan-Lowe / CBC News)

Audio recordings shared with CBC News reveal political strategist Warren Kinsella told employees working on a campaign against the People’s Party of Canada that leader Maxime Bernier was a “racist” and a “white supremacist” who would be “easy” to expose in the lead-up to the federal election campaign.

Dubbed “Project Cactus,” the campaign against Bernier and the PPC was run by Kinsella’s political consulting firm, Daisy Group. Kinsella made the comments during a staff meeting about the campaign in May.

“I want the hatred you have for Maxime Bernier to wash over you as a purifying force,” Kinsella tells his staff in one recording, made during a meeting on May 16. “There’s nobody in the country doing what we’re doing to Max Bernier.”

The recordings were provided to CBC News by a source who was present for the meetings and asked not to be named, due to concerns about retaliation.

In that same May 16 recording, Kinsella is heard telling staff that “Hamish and Walsh” will start to ask what Daisy Group is delivering on Project Cactus if they don’t start “spilling some blood.” Kinsella again refers to both “Hamish and Walsh” in a separate meeting discussing Project Cactus on May 30.’A purifying force’0:49″I want the hatred you have for Maxime Bernier to wash over you as a purifying force,” Warren Kinsella tells his staff in this recording. 0:49

In response to questions from CBC News, Kinsella would not say who he was talking about in those recordings. A source previously said the campaign was conducted on behalf of the Conservative Party of Canada.

Hamish Marshall was the Conservatives’ 2019 federal election campaign manager, while John Walsh is the former president of the Conservative Party and was a co-chair of the election campaign.

In a recording, Warren Kinsella is heard telling staff “Hamish and Walsh” will start to ask what Daisy Group is delivering if they don’t start “spilling some blood.” Hamish Marshall, pictured here left of Conservative leader Andrew Scheer, was the federal election campaign director for the Conservatives but says he had no role in overseeing any project with Daisy. (CBC)

Marshall denied having had any oversight role in Daisy Group’s campaign.

“I have never monitored (or overseen or any other synonym) any project or anything with Daisy or any Kinsella person or entity,” said Marshall in an email to CBC News when asked about the recordings.

John Walsh declined to comment on Daisy’s work. 

“I was happy to serve as the volunteer chair of the 2019 Conservative party nation(al) campaign. My duties in that capacity ended on election night when I, sadly, did not deliver a victory for my leader, Andrew Scheer,” said Walsh in an email to CBC News.

He added, in response to questions about Daisy’s campaign: “I’m not sure what is being referred to in your email and will have no comment.”‘Hamish and Walsh’0:25In a recording, Warren Kinsella is heard telling staff ‘Hamish and Walsh’ will start to ask what Daisy Group is delivering if they don’t start “spilling some blood.” 0:25

A spokesman for the Conservative Party said the party doesn’t comment on election strategy, but follows all rules and election laws.

In October, the Globe and Mail first reported — and CBC News subsequently confirmed — that Daisy Group was behind the social media campaign to highlight xenophobic statements made on social media by PPC candidates and their supporters. Since then, Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer has refused to state whether his party had enlisted Daisy’s services for the campaign.

When contacted by CBC News on Monday and told about the recordings, Kinsella issued a statement, which he also published on his personal website.

“We do not discuss client matters publicly. It is up to the client to make public the relationship,” Kinsella wrote. 

“The extremism found in the People’s Party of Canada is far worse, and far more pervasive, than anything I experienced before,” he wrote. “We were, and are, very proud to shine a light on the many extremists found in the People’s Party of Canada.”

‘Walsh is watching’

In the same recording of the May 16 meeting, Kinsella’s wife (from whom Kinsella says he is now separated) and former partner at Daisy, Lisa Kirbie Kinsella, tells the room that “Walsh” texts her when he approves of their work. 

“Walsh is watching on Cactus,” she says. “He texts to me and will be like, ‘That was awesome.’ Like on the Rempel stuff? So he’s watching.”

Maxime Bernier publicly criticized Michelle Rempel in multiple tweets in May, accusing her of being “aligned with Far Left transgender activism” and criticizing the fact that she had blocked users on Twitter.

Maxime Bernier@MaximeBernier

I wonder what @MichelleRempel thinks of the story about the BC father who could be arrested for family violence if he refers to his daughter as a girl.

Does she support free speech and parental rights?

She seems to be pretty aligned with Far Left transgender activism.

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Kirbie Kinsella responded several times on Twitter to Bernier’s criticism of Rempel, accusing him at one point of “hostility toward women.”

“I do not discuss business matters with the media. This includes commenting on staff or clients, or confirmation or denial of rumours,” wrote Kirbie Kinsella in an email to CBC News. “Further, I am no longer a member of Daisy’s management and cannot speak on Daisy’s behalf.”

During the recording of that May 16 meeting, Kinsella can be heard telling staff to cast Bernier as a racist and refers to his past experience working on federal election campaigns.

“We actually have a white supremacist trying to become prime minister of Canada,” Kinsella says. “I’ve run campaigns depicting Preston Manning, Stockwell Day, Kim Campbell, depicting them as racists.

“None of them were. But I was successful at depicting them as racists. This guy actually is a racist. Okay? So it’s low-hanging fruit.”

In his statement to CBC News, Kinsella clarified this comment.

“I have proudly been exposing and opposing racism for more than 30 years,” Kinsella wrote. “As a political assistant, in 1990, I documented known white supremacists joining Preston Manning’s Reform Party. In 1993, I documented Kim Campbell’s inadequate response to the presence of actual neo-Nazis in the Canadian Airborne Regiment.”

“In 2000, as a political advisor, I documented the presence of known racists in Stockwell Day’s Canadian Alliance,” Kinsella continues. “After lots of research, I concluded none of those leaders were in any way racist. However, their parties had a problem in those days, which was well-known.”

A spokesperson for the People’s Party of Canada told CBC News that “Kinsella wrote similar things on his website and Twitter” and that Bernier “believes these statements are clearly defamatory and is keeping all his legal options open.”

Lisa Kirbie Kinsella and Warren Kinsella. In his most recent statement, and in previous statements about the campaign, Kinsella has said that the work ended on June 29, one day before the pre-writ period and spending limits came into force and that the details were always going to be disclosed. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press)

Kinsella: Scheer just ‘needs to maintain a pulse’

In the same recording of that meeting, Kinsella says he expects Scheer’s popularity to grow during the campaign and the Liberals to keep sinking, based on ballot tracking data released that week — which had the Liberals under Justin Trudeau slipping under 30 per cent of the vote in a projection.

“They (the Liberals) are heading towards winter. He’s going to start saying all kinds of stuff to save his ass,” Kinsella says of Trudeau, adding that Scheer “just needs to maintain a pulse” to win the election.

Kinsella was a frequent critic of Trudeau during the election and shared or retweeted critical stories about him online.

Elsewhere in the recording, Kinsella exhorts his staff to be vigilant in their efforts.

“All of you are capable of doing it but I need somebody who doesn’t sleep, basically. I had one kid who did it. His name’s Ahmed Hussen. He’s now the minister of immigration,” says Kinsella. Hussen was named minister of families, children and social development following the election.

“I would walk in and he’d have been up listening to 1010 at 4:30 in the morning and say to me, ‘Here’s what they said’ and I’m like, ‘F–k, let’s go,’ right?'”

Workers discussed continuing into pre-writ period

Tweets attacking Bernier specifically on a Twitter account called STAMPtogether run by Daisy stopped on June 29, one day before the pre-writ period and spending limits came into force. Under new election rules, any group that spent at least $500 on election advertising during the pre-writ period was required to register with Elections Canada as a third party advertiser.

In the recording from May 30, Daisy staffers discuss registering as a third party with Kinsella. They talk about buying Facebook ads for another client and then discuss whether they might have to register if they “do a spend” for Cactus.

“I don’t think Hamish wants us to, I think,” says Kinsella, adding, “Walsh is in Saudi Arabia.”

“It might not be a bad idea to do some paid tweets for STAMP before June 30 just to get our followers up, so then when we get to June 30 we have more followers,” says a staffer in response.

In his most recent statement, and in previous statements about the campaign, Kinsella has said that the work ended on June 29 and that the details were always going to be disclosed. He added that “we have proactively reached out to Elections Canada and disclosed everything we did up until June 29, 2019, when our work ended – as the law requires.”

A separate body, the Commissioner of Canada Elections, investigates any complaints related to elections.

“The Commissioner of Canada Elections does not comment on whether or not the office is carrying out an investigation into a particular matter. This is in keeping with the confidentiality provisions of the Canada Elections Act,” wrote spokesperson Michelle Laliberté in an email to CBC News.

Free Speech Director Paul Fromm Harassed by CBSA  

Free Speech Director Paul Fromm Harassed by CBSA
MISSISSAUGA. November 30, 2019. I arrived bleary-eyed this morning at 5:30 on Air Canada after short, amazing vacation in South America. However, I would have to put up with an intrusive nearly hour and a half of harassment by Canada Border Services Agency agents. As former New York Yankees’ catcher Yogi Berra used to say: “It was deja vu all over again.” For over 20 years, I have been subjected to on again off again harassment by Customs Canada, now Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) for my political views.

In the late 1990s, I had two book bags containing over 90 titles including  Irish Myths seized and held as possible “hate propaganda”. In the end, I got almost all the titles back. In 2008, Customs Canada stole by laptop because I would not provide them with the password so they could snoop. [The law has now changed and gives the CBSA snoops the right to rifle through your cellphone or laptop. So much for the “right to privacy” government agencies love to invoke to hide information THEY don’t want their taxpayer employers to have!].
On arrival nearly a week before in Latin America, that country’s border force subjected visitors to a quick swipe of their passport, a photo and an impression of their thumbprint before welcoming them with: “Enjoy your stay in ….”


​On arrival back in my own country, I proceeded with passport and customs declaration in hand to an area where there is a bank of machines. You insert your passport. The machine reads it. Then, you insert your customs declaration and the machine reads it and shoots you back a photocopy. At least, that’s the way it’s supposed to work. The machines are temperamental. I tried three several times each without success. I then headed in a line to present my failed paperwork. I was sent on to an inspector at a wicket. As I arrived to line up, a couple ahead of me had just been cleared by the 25-ish male agent. I headed up to the wicket. Oozing attitude and authority, he snapped: “Get back. You’re supposed to wait to be called.” I’m a veteran traveller. This must be some new rule he invented after an unhappy Friday evening with his girlfriend. I rolled my eyes and took two dramatic paces back. I was then told I could come forward. He scanned my passport and scribbled some numbers on my declaration sheet.
I had an uneasy feeling that as proof of his power Attitude Guy was sending me on to secondary inspection. After I had retrieved my suitcase from the luggage carousel, I headed to a final check where you present your customs form to an agent. Sure enough,  I was being sent on to secondary inspection. I spent about 15 minutes waiting to see an agent. Others at secondary inspection seemed to have bulging suitcases perhaps with contraband. One had two pets and their paperwork. She was seen by several agents, sent inside for some further processing and cleared. I seemed to be the last weary traveller standing. At last, I was summoned by a short totally bald agent — the Bald Guy. In this “transparent” open society none of these bureaucrats has names. It must be for their own security!

The Bald Guy scanned my passport, stared and stared at the computer screen, and then began a laborious series of questions: Where had I been? How long? Where had I stayed? He kept returning to this question. Firstly, as a Canadian citizen, I had an absolute right to return. The only real issue would be whether I was carrying any contraband — endangered animal parts, currency over $10,000 in value (I wish), “hate propaganda” (whatever that is) or goods in excess of the duty free limit. [In my case, a mere $55 worth!] Frankly, where I stayed — at a hotel, at a hostel, in a packing crate under a bridge — was none of this man’s business? It was part of the psychological warfare, though, Then, more questions. What do I do?  I told him I was a director. Of what? “The Canadian Association for Free Expression.” He wrote that down, but got the name messed up. What does it do? I gave him a brief description of our work. But what does it matter, I wondered?
He then took my camera and rapidly went through the pictures. “You have a lot of pictures,” the Bald Guy observed. [It’s a camera. That’s what it’s used for, I thought.] Ah, ha. “Where was this picture taken?” he demanded. I asked him to turn the device so that I could see, “Was it in Thailand?” I wasn’t there. “I think it was in Japan,” I told him. Some dozen pictures later, he saw more Oriental writing. “Where was that taken?” In Japan, I told him. Somewhat later, he found a picture of me and a woman. “Is that your wife?” No, I replied, a friend. And on and on. All of this time wasting interrogation was utterly irrelevant.
Next, the Bald Guy turned his attention to my laptop. He looked at the icons on the screen and some photos. Ah, ha! Another discovery. There was a video I had recorded: CBSA Harasses Canadian Traveller. What was that about?” he demanded. [The sort of thing you’re doing now, I thought to myself.] In my role as a director of a free speech organization, I had been phoned by a young man who had some teeshirts seized on his return from Germany. They were heavy metal teeshirts from bands he’d heard. “What did you do?” he insisted. “I told him what his rights were.” “Were they Nazi teeshirts?” he quizzed. “I don’t know,” I told him. “I never saw them.” [Again, what did any of this third degree matter?]
Now, it was on to my bag of reading material. He pawed through a number of newspaper clippings. Then, he discovered two old Spanish textbooks. “Are you learning Spanish?” Sherlock Holmes asked me. “I’m trying to,” I answered.

Finally, it was my suitcase’s turn to be searched. I had two small tins of tea. He showed no interest. They might have hidden cocaine. I had two carefully packaged wine bottles. He showed no interest. There were some clothes, as you’d expect.
I could see he was bored. He told me to close up the suitcase. He handed me back my passport. “You’re good to go.” I had been detained an hour and a quarter with the Bald Guy.

The interrogation had served no purpose except to delay me and harass me. Ernst Zundel told me customs agents would regularly detain him for three hours every time he returned to Canada. It’s all part of the soft tyranny imposed by our government that is eager to welcome back and “rehabilitate” ISIS fighters. — Paul Fromm

New State Religion of Holocaust Means No Free Speech in Germany

German court rejects ‘Nazi grandma’ appeal, as it rules Holocaust denial is not covered by free speech


Haverbeck, known as the 'Nazi-Grandma', insisted that the Holocaust and murder of Jews at Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland are not "historically proven"
Haverbeck, known as the ‘Nazi-Grandma’, insisted that the Holocaust and murder of Jews at Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland are not “historically proven” Credit:  Paul Zinken/AFP

4 August 2018 • 8:42pm

German holocaust denier  Ursula Haverbeck has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison after the country’s highest court ruled that denying the mass murder of Jews during Nazi Germany is not covered by the right to free speech and “threatens public peace”.

Haverbeck, who is known as the ‘Nazi-Grandma’, was convicted last May for publishing a series of articles in which she insisted that the Holocaust and murder of Jews at Auschwitz concentration camp in German occupied Poland are not “historically proven”.

In Germany, denying the Holocaust constitutes a crime of incitement to hatred and carries a prison sentence of up to five years.

The 89-year old went to Germany’s constitutional court to appeal her sentence, claiming that her statements fall under the country’s right to free speech, which is protected by law.

But in their ruling, the high court judges found that the right to free speech does not protect the denial of the Holocaust.

“The dissemination of untrue and deliberately false statements of fact can not contribute to the development of public opinion and thus do not fall in the remits of protection for free speech”, the judges wrote in a statement.

“The denial of the Nazi genocide goes beyond the limits of the peacefulness of public debate and threatens public peace,” they added.

Ursula Haverbeck, in court accused of hate speech in 2017
Ursula Haverbeck, in court accused of hate speech in 2017 Credit: Bernd Thissen/AP

Haverbeck has a long history of support for the former Nazi regime and co-founded a now-banned right wing ‘education center’ called Collegium Humanum with her late husband Werner Georg Haverbeck, a former Nazi party member.

Her articles denying the Holocaust were published in right-wing magazine Stimme des Reiches (Voice of the Empire).

Haverbeck has received several convictions from a range of German courts for her claims that the systematic mass murder of millions of Jews and other persecuted groups during Germany’s Nazi regime did not take place.

On one occasion she was convicted for calling the Holocaust “the biggest and longest-lasting lie in history.”

United Nations now targeting free speech on a global scale, under the banner of fighting “hate speech”

United Nations now targeting free speech on a global scale, under the banner of fighting “hate speech”

Thursday, October 10, 2019 by: JD Heyes
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Image: United Nations now targeting free speech on a global scale, under the banner of fighting “hate speech”

(Natural News) To most Americans, the United Nations is an innocuous organization that serves as a global forum for countries to work out their differences while providing services like disaster relief, peacekeeping, health care, and others.

In reality, the U.N. is primarily staffed by representatives from authoritarian regimes and elitists who seek to transform the organization into the central hub of a “New World Order” and global government.

Part of that effort involves limiting the right of free speech in as many countries as possible — especially in the United States, whose Constitution still serves as a model for empowering the individual over government.

And like the Left in America, U.N. officials are seeking to curb expression and the free exchange of ideas by claiming to fight “hate speech.”

As reported by WND in July, the U.N. began a ‘crackdown’ of sorts on “hate speech,” but in doing so defined that term so broadly that literally any speech could be considered to be in violation depending on who was doing the evaluating, a political analyst noted.

The crackdown came in response to mostly Muslim countries that were demanding anyone who is critical of Islam be punished, according to Judith Bergman, a lawyer and senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute.

While the U.N. attempted to assure everyone that “addressing hate speech does not mean limiting or prohibiting freedom of speech,” the fact is, Bergman notes, the organization’s actions betrayed its words.

“This was evident with regard to the U.N. Global Compact on Migration, in which it was explicitly stated that public funding to ‘media outlets that systematically promote intolerance, xenophobia, racism and other forms of discrimination towards migrants’ should be stopped,” she wrote. 

In fact, the U.N.’s action plan against hate speech does contain a definition of what the organization considers to be “hate speech.” 

The U.N. has failed miserably at its founding mission — preventing war

“Any kind of communication in speech, writing or behavior, that attacks or uses pejorative or discriminatory language with reference to a person or a group on the basis of who they are, in other words, based on their religion, ethnicity, nationality, race, color, descent, gender or other identity factor,” the U.N. says — again, which is broad enough that any speech critical of any protected class of persons or religions could be considered hateful.

In a February speech to the U.N. Human Rights Council, Secretary-General Antonio Guterres provided more clues as to what his organization would consider to be ‘hate speech.’

He said the rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights “belong to everyone, everywhere. They are independent of nationality, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, belief, or any other status.” It should be noted, however, that member states have never agreed that “sexual orientation” is a protected category of nondiscrimination, HNewswire noted

He added that he is alarmed by “a groundswell of xenophobia, racism, and intolerance — including rising anti-Semitism and anti-Muslim hatred,” and that “hate speech is a menace to democratic values, social stability, and peace.” He also said hate speech “spreads like wildfire through social media, the internet, and conspiracy theories.”

As usual, not a single one of the U.N.’s authoritarian Leftists speaks out about hateful speech directed at Christians, Jews, Asians, or members of other religions — always just Muslims.

This comes as Muslim followers continue to commit acts of terrorism and violence against non-Muslims but also against some of their own followers — though we’re not allowed to point that fact out because it’s hateful.

The U.N. is not a global government. It was never intended as such. It wasn’t even originally intended to become a global charity organization or peacekeeping entity. It was only supposed to be a forum where countries could air — and hopefully solve — their grievances without resorting to war.

By that measure, of course, the U.N. has been a miserable failure. 

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Don Cherry Is Right

Don Cherry Is Right

By Dan Murray and Tim Murray

​​​​​Just days before Remembrance Day, Canada’s Department of Veterans’ Affairs broadcast a video which presented the views of six Canadians. These people told other Canadians why they should be grateful for the sacrifices that our deceased soldiers and living veterans had made on our behalf. The view of one of the Canadians was priceless:
“I am free…. to stand up for what I believe in… I am free to say what needs to be said.”
The test of that freedom came quickly. Two days before Remembrance Day, Don Cherry, 85-year-old Former NHL coach and legendary supporter of Canada’s war veterans, said what has to be said over and over : He spoke of newcomers who have come here to take Canada’s “milk and honey” and then refused to respect their new country. Specifically, they refused to spend two dollars on a poppy and wear it on Remembrance Day. According to Cherry, they should wear a poppy out of respect for one of Canada’s traditions. Yet they do not.     

Immediately, Canada’s media disgracefully and shamelessly attacked him! Needless to repeat, our media consists of a delusional collection of hacks who have arrogantly appointed themselves to be Canada’s Supreme Court (Canada’s arbiter of what is right and wrong.) In fact, the media have actually convinced themselves that they have the right to judge everyone according to the media’s cowardly and quisling standards. Let us repeat : Our media are cowards and quislings. Specifically and importantly, according to our media, no one should be allowed to criticize Canada’s mass immigration intake.

So, to pay the media back, let us now judge the media : Let’s start with the worst, the CBC. It is Canada’s relentlessly-overflowing toilet bowl. It reeks of the betrayal of Canada. Every day, at taxpayer expense, it broadcasts its effluent everywhere in the country. Other large media such as CTV, Global (and their equivalents in paper) are much the same. On the immigration issue, they suppress all material that is critical of Canada’s high and unnecessary immigration intake. In contrast, they all love to provide unending time or space to ethnics who want to play the role of victims. And there seems to be no end to the list of so-called victimized ethnics.
Don Cherry is right. Millions of other Canadians have to join him in speaking up. Canada has to do some major flushing at the CBC and elsewhere. Here is how to start the process :

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