20 May 2014

Fromm Supports Gary McHale. Again.

NOTE: Thanks to our friend for sending us the link to the McHale video. Very much appreciated.

Back in October when Gary McHale (he of Caledonia infamy) threatened to sue him because he published accurate information about the man, Warren Kinsella decided to crowd-source his defence. Specifically, he was looking for the following information:

that McHale is anti-Native
that McHale is anti-police
that McHale has spent time in jail
that Paul Fromm showed up to express support
that the Northern Alliance showed up to show support

As we have some background knowledge about the latter two, we were eager to share some of what we had. For example here we have not only Dave Ruud of the Northern Alliance (and his lovely bride), but also Melissa Guille of the Canadian Heritage Alliance at the October 15, 2006 Caledonia protest:




Love the "Urban Terrorist" t-shirt, Davie.



And in January 2007, Paulie decided that he would show some love to Mr. McHale:



We're not sure if Mr. Kinsella ever received the files we sent to him. In fact, the lawsuit was eventually thrown out of court and there didn't seem to be as much of a need for the documentation. Still, one thing that bugged us is that we knew that Ruud had done an interview while he as at the 2006 protest and that there was video. Unfortunately, we didn't think to save the video and all we have as evidence of it's existence now it this link here.

Cut to this past weekend. Apparently the Caledonia outrage machine that McHale helped stoke isn't doing the job of keeping McHale's name in the public as well as it used to, so McHale has decided to hitch his wagon to this particular cause now:

 Legal battles proliferate as Trinity Western goes to court 

McHale has taken it upon himself to speak for the oppressed Christian community. Not all Christians, mind you. Seemingly just the ones who have decided to discriminate against homosexuals which sort of puts McHale's "champion of the downtrodden" shtick into perspective. Anyways, on May 16, 2014, Gary McHale and his merry band protested outside the Law Society of Upper Canada. And at the 2:41 mark, look and see who shambles into focus while McHale speaks:

video

Hmmmm, let's see. Who is that porcine figure?




Oh, Paulie.

And quite independently, Paulie decided to post his own video in which he parrots the rhetoric of McHale:

video

The, "Law Society of Upper Canada HATES Christians," eh Paulie? We're not so sure about that, though we are sure that one of your friends, Max Hynes, isn't all that fond of Christians:


Paulie posted his video on May 17. He has had three days to defend the Christians whom Max attacked as "morons." We're still waiting for him to take a principled stand.


Waiting, but not exactly holding our breath.

In any case.... suffice it to say we no longer let good videos slip away on us.

And if you're still looking for connections between McHale and the likes of Paulie, Mr. Kinsella, feel free to use this as you wish.

UPDATE: Captured in a still image as well.







  • that McHale is anti-Native
  • that McHale is anti-police
  • that McHale has spent time in jail
  • that Paul Fromm showed up to express support
  • that the Northern Alliance showed up to show support
  • - See more at: http://warrenkinsella.com/2013/10/gary-mchale-crowd-sourcing-a-lawsuit/#sthash.obk



  • that McHale is anti-Native
  • that McHale is anti-police
  • that McHale has spent time in jail
  • that Paul Fromm showed up to express support
  • that the Northern Alliance showed up to show support
  • - See more at: http://warrenkinsella.com/2013/10/gary-mchale-crowd-sourcing-a-lawsuit/#sthash.obkCnHst.dpuf



  • that McHale is anti-Native
  • that McHale is anti-police
  • that McHale has spent time in jail
  • that Paul Fromm showed up to express support
  • that the Northern Alliance showed up to show support
  • - See more at: http://warrenkinsella.com/2013/10/gary-mchale-crowd-sourcing-a-lawsuit/#sthash.obkCnH

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