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Editorials

by Paul Fromm
Canadian Association for Free Expression
CAN YOU BEQUEATH your money to whomever you like? Until last May, that might have seemed a silly question. However, the enemies of free speech are nothing if not determined and we are living, it seems, in Absurdistan. Last May, the Southern Poverty…
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News

A UKRAINIAN-BORN pianist was barred from playing at Canada’s Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) for expressing views on the situation in Ukraine via Twitter, according to the soloist herself. The move led to a social media storm tagged #LetValentinaPlay. The orchestra has officially announced…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: After many decades of writing sob-stories featuring signs erected by Whites reading “No dogs or Jews allowed” — and fishing for sympathy (and compliance) from Whites, and solidarity from Jews — the Canadian Jewish News has finally admitted that the…
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Reports

by Paul Fromm (pictured), Canadian Association for Free Expression (CAFE)
CAFE IS involved in a monumental legal battle to ensure that a will cannot be overturned because the deceased held politically incorrect views or gave a bequest to a politically incorrect group. The excuse being offered to…
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YES, literally the diversity police! Diversity police are up in arms after 1,000 homes in the city of Brampton received flyers which said the dwindling “European” population was a result of “White Genocide“. “Freedom is a European concept, and it shows — if you think the Canada of today will be the Canada
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Malcolm P. ShielNews

by M.P. Shiel CANADIAN Paul Fromm (pictured), a former schoolteacher who is either 1) a brave advocate for self-determination and free speech or 2) an evil neo-nazi bigot, depending on whether you’re talking to the man on the street or a spokesman for the immigrant lobby — has begun a campaign…
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by Mark Hasiuk
from The Vancouver Courier BACK IN March 2009, two federal heavyweights—Irwin Cotler (pictured), former Liberal justice minister, and Jason Kenney, current Conservative minister of citizenship—founded the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Antisemitism. The name speaks…
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