Not long ago Paulie marched with the Calgary-based Aryan Guard (who's leader Kyle McKee was released from the Calgary Remand Centre a few months ago after pleading guilty to possessing bomb making materials but after attempted murder charges were dropped) to protest the then upcoming arrival of Tamil refugees. Then he was of to BC where Paulie and about a dozen people, some of whom look like they might have been alive to protest the MS St. Louis, protested the arrival of the refugees and demanded that they be kicked out of the country. While in BC he was afforded the uncritical attention of the media who failed to mention his long, long history with racist extremism in this country.
Thankfully, some of the media has made a point of examining the views of Paul Fromm as well as the people with whom he shares an ideological home with:
- Canadian media clamouring to give well known racist/neo-nazi a platform
- 'White supremacist' puts a genteel face on racism
- Immigrants and Canada: Time for a National Debate
- Don't listen to racists about Tamil refugees, says group
Yesterday, Paulie was back at it in London, Ontario and boy, oh boy, was the cast of characters (though small in number) ever a motley crew:
Hmmmm. Terry has really let himself go.
So we now have Paulie with:
- Terry Tremaine, disgraced university lecturer as well as the founder and leader of the tiny neo-Nazi group the National-Socialist Party of Canada
- Davie Ruud of the Northern Alliance
- Tomasz Winnicki who proudly describes himself as London's biggest hater.
- Someone who we believe is Louis Morin, an old Heritage Front member
- Assorted boneheads