We're under no illusions that just because the Aryan Guard has disbanded that this will spell the end of the neo-Nazi threat in Calgary and the surrounding area. Individual members may have scattered, but they're still a problem. Bill Noble is still free. John Marleau, likely feeling like a walking target, is still on the streets. Members of W.E.B. still need to be dealt with. And the teenagers and other young people drawn into the Aryan Guard still have to be addressed.
However, at this point we would like to ask the question, "who is responsible?"
When we decide to apportion responsibility for the growth of the Aryan Guard and the poisonous influence that it has had on youth within Calgary and the surrounding area, we can point to a number of individuals; the "adults" within the Aryan Guard such as McKee, Noble, Price, Marleau and others certainly are at fault for warping the minds of the youth who came under their influence. However, we would also suggest another individual as being responsible. A man, viewed with respect in the Canadian White Power movement, who was once a teacher and in a position of authority over teens.
We believe that Paul Fromm (pictured on the left alongside former Klansman, Louisiana State senator, and convicted felon David Duke) has a great deal to answer for. While perhaps not criminally responsible, his encouragement of the Aryan Guard and their tactics regarding the recruitment of children into the gang's ranks certainly makes him morally responsible for much of the chaos that has resulted from the gang's three years of existence. Here are but a few of the encounters that Paulie had with the Aryan Guard over the past three years of the gang's existence. We would ask our readers to consider they would want a man such as this teaching their own children:
Maybe his friends in the speechie movement might want to question Paulie's judgment?
We won't hold out collective breath.
Paul Fromm, you ought to be ashamed of yourself.