Ahmed Hassan, Somali drug pusher and gang member slain in Toronto Eaton’s Centre Shootout. Another sign of our failed immigration selection
Paul Fromm discusses:
Uh, about all the contributions of a “diverse” society, not when it comes to giving. Of 39 prominent people on Toronto’s United Way Cabinet, only two are non-Whites — however, 52% of Toronto’s population in non-White;
More on the Eaton’s Centre shootout; immigrant gangsters; the colour of violent crime in Toronto — Black;
Pushing the homosexual agenda — Ontario Liberal government jaw-boning Catholic schools and forcing them to call anti-bullying clubs “Gay Straight Alliance”.
… wonders why he doesn’t feel enriched by the sight of a man in a pumpkin orange robe and sherbet orange woollen cap at SF International Airport;
… blasts the “diversity” freak show at Obama’s “Gay Pride Month” at the White House, June 15, honouring the military. What must serious military rivals like the Red Chinese now think of the homo-friendly U.S. military?
… marvels at Native Indian ad telling how 100 tribes in California create “diversity” and creativity;
… lambasts the nonsense of the “Diversity and Inclusion Council” at Canadian accounting giant Deloitte Touche;
… dissects the causes behind phenomenon that 37% of American Negroes without a high school education are in prison.
Paul Fromm hosts Mark Weber at Canadian Association for Free Expression meeting, Toronto, May 27, 2012
… reports that Canadian political prisoner Brad Love found guilty on seven counts of breach of probation for sending information packages to Zionist groups–sentencing, July 13.;
… discusses HR 347. Obama does it again. This time the attack is against the First Amendment and free speech. This new law makes ‘No Free Speech” Zones wherever the Secret Service says so. Bye bye, protests. Bye bye, free speech. Bye bye, Constitution;
… reports on Canadian speaking tour of Mark Weber, director of the Institute for Historical Review, who argues the character and quality of a nation’s people are more important the the wording of constitutions or Charters of Rights;
… exposes how Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms is a fraud in protecting free speech — minority privileges rule!
Bev Oda, having a lot of fun giving away taxpayers’ money to the world’s poor
Paul Fromm discusses:
Backing the wrong red horse — up-and-coming Chinese Communist Party apparatchik Bo Xilai purged, though he wanted to restore some forms of Maoism, Bo was long a favourite of Canada’s diplomats;
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty’s admitting that the immigration system is broken (“terrible inefficiencies”), but wanting to retain “among the highest levels per capita” immigration in the world — despite 7.2% official unemployment;
Doing well by doing good — Canada’s foreign aid minister Bev Oda lives the high life in London at conference for world’s poor children — $1,000/day chauffeur for a $12 cab ride; $16 glass of orange juice; 3 nights at the Savoy ($695 per night).
… marvels at the idiocy of Scarborough’s Centennial College “committed … to global citizenship, social justice and equity” and seeks a Vice-President, Academic and welcomes (nudge, nudge, Whites need not apply) applicants from:”equity groups, including: Aboriginal People, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Persons.”;
… honours Joseph Warren all-but-forgotten hero of the Revolutionary War;
… notes more of that “diversity” — acid attacks for disobedient women in Pakistan a cultural tradition;
… reports on idea to fight mostly minority gang graffiti — ban sale of drawing and painting supplies to those under 18, some politicians in Mississauga, Ontario urge.
… interviews Pastor Tom Robb about upcoming Faith and Freedom Conference in Harrison Arkansas, March 30-April 1 (for more info, contact Pastor Tom Robb, PO Box 2222 / Harrison, AR 72601 / PH: 870-427-3414);
… makes an exclusive report from court on Brad Love in court, facing prison for “breach of probation” for writing non-threatening letters to Zionists;
… gives an update on political prisoner Terry Tremaine whose “undue delay” motion in his “hate law” case will be heard March 15.
… commemorates the Alamo, March 6, 1836 — lessons then and now;
… mocks establishment talk of unemployment-ridden Ontario losing out in the immigration sweepstakes;
… blasts Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper for telling visiting Prime Minister Netanyahu: “We recognize the right of Israel to defend itself … as a Jewish state,” but Euro-Canadians must embrace multicult and diversity;
… marvels at President Obama — Israel “we have your back” — and the even more warlike Republic presidential contenders (Ron Paul excepted) groveling to the organized Israel lobby AIPAC last weekend in Washington;
… describes politically correct policing in Mississauga, Ontario where two detectives have been assigned to a petty vandalism case. Someone wrote “nigger” in magic marker on a “Private Property; No Trespassing Sign.”.
Paul Fromm addressing the “Stop the Genocide” Rally at the State Capitol in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on behalf of the Council of Conservative Citizens on February 27, 2012
… discusses the South Africa Project protests across the U.S. denouncing the genocidal murders (3,200 and counting since 1994) of White South African farmers;
… explains why anti-racists attacked these protests in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and Sacramento, California;
… exposes the media bias in ignoring or smearing the anti-genocide protests;
… cheers the victory over Internet censorship in Canada–Parliament gives crucial second reading to Bill C-304 which would repeal the notorious Sec. 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act — Internet censorship where truth is no defence and intent is no defence.
… blasts Australian catering to minorities — radical Aborigines try to assault Prime Minister Julia Gillard after opposition leader Tony Abbott calls for dismantling of 40-year old native protest squat camp, eyesore in front of Aussie Parliament;
… exposes Canada’s Israel-first Foreign Minister John Baird’s visit to Israel — “Canada is Israel’s best friend” — Baird travels with his rabbi, radical Lubavitcher Chaim Mendelsohn;
… praises Canadian Senator Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu challenging cultural equality — “He added that the Canadian immigration system should ensure that newcomers agree with Canadian justice after a more ‘thorough analysis’ of their values and beliefs”;
… points out Canadians oppose Harper’s Israel sucky policy — 36% support Palestinian bid for UN recognition of its statehood; 11% oppose; 53% have no opinion — the government sides with the 11%.