I Get Letters: How Should I Reply
Written by Paul Fromm
Thursday, 01 September 2011 01:25
I Get Letters: How Should I Reply?

*I'm the Director of the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee. We want
a fice year moratorium on ALL immigration and refugee intake or until
Canada's unemployment rate falls below 2%. Then, we want a full nation-wide
and open consultation followed by a binding referendum to set
immigrstion/populastion policy. We oppose immigration that will replace or
displace the European Founding/Settler people.*
* *
*So, look what just popped into my e-mail.*
* *
*How should I answer the wheedling Nirmal Singh Bella?*
* *
*Paul Fromm*

* *

Helo,Good morning.

My Name is Mr Nirmal Singh Bella.

Iam Indian Nationaly

Iam from (Jalandhar,Panjab) India.

But from long time,iam living in Lebanon contry.

I need a job in Canada,any where.

The job be like Caregiver,Driver in the house,like caregiver job for old age
people.Or plant labourer.

From 1990 iam driving all cars and the other machines.

Here i am sending you,my High School_certificate.

So,if you are like me, please contact me on my mobile or email.

I have my two frinds also to travel,them age is between 25 to 35 year old.

You want to do every thing for us emmigration and the contact papers.

How much you need your fees,iam ready to pay you.

Or you can cut everymonth 1000$USD from our salry (monthly)

After this two person,there is more want to come in Canada.

Thank you Best Regards
Your Faithfully

Mr Nirmal Singh
Email: [email protected]

Or [email protected]
August 27 -- Anniversary of Zundel "False News" Victory in Supreme Court of Canada
Written by Paul Fromm
Wednesday, 31 August 2011 06:37
*August 27 -- Anniversary of Zundel "False News" Victory in Supreme Court of

On August 27 1992, Canada's Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional
the law under which Ernst Zündel was convicted for publishing a Revisionist
booklet about the Holocaust. In a four-three decision, the judges ruled that
the "false news" law under which he was convicted violates the
freedom-of-speech provisions of Canada's Charter of Rights, and is thus
unconstitutional. Thereby, the highest court of Canada threw out, as
unconstitutional, Section 181 of the Criminal Code of Canada - the ancient
"False News law" under which Ernst Zündel had been tried and convicted in
1985 and 1988. By doing so, the Supreme Court of Canda substantially
strengthened the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. [source]

The Supreme Court of Canada held that:Section 2(b) of the Charter protects
the right of a minority to express its view, however unpopular it may be.
All communications which convey or attempt to convey meaning are protected
by s. 2(b), unless the physical form by which the communication is made (for
example, a violent act) excludes protection. The content of the
communication is irrelevant. The purpose of the guarantee is to permit free
expression to the end of promoting truth, political or social participation,
and self-fulfillment. That purpose extends to the protection of minority
beliefs which the majority regards as wrong or false.

Section 181, (the "False News Law") which may subject a person to criminal
conviction and potential imprisonment because of words he published, has
undeniably the effect of restricting freedom of expression and, therefore,
imposes a limit on s. 2(b).Writing for the majority, Justice Beverley
McLachlin stated:"*To permit the imprisonment of people, or even the threat
of imprisonment, on the ground that they have made a statement which 12 of
their co-citizens deem to be false and mischievous to some undefined public
interest, is to stifle a whole range of speech, some of which has long been
regarded as legitimate and even beneficial to our society*."[See full SCC
decision: R. v. Zundel, [1992] 2 S.C.R. 731]
In spite of the hostility and hatred which the media had shown to Zündel
over the years, they grudgingly admitted in editorial after editorial across
Canada that the decision was the right one and that the "false news" law had
threatened the right to freedom of speech of all Canadians. *La Presse* in
Montreal applauded the decision, the *Montreal Gazette* said "good riddance"
to the law. The heading of the editorial in the *Globe & Mail* was "The
right ruling on false news". (*Globe & Mail*, August 28, 1992) The *Toronto
Sun*, an extremely anti-Zündel newspaper whose editor refuses to use
Zündel's name in columns and editorials, nevertheless agreed with the
verdict in an editorial headlined "Free to speak" and stated that "the cause
of freedom of expression is too important to be sacrificed on any altar of
anger" at Zündel. (*Toronto Sun*, Aug. 28, 1992) The Toronto Star
editorialized that "this mature verdict upholds free expression..." (*Toronto
Star*, August 28, 1992) The Calgary Herald editorial agreed that "to protect
freedom of speech for all citizens, society must tolerate even the most
obnoxious opinions of a minority." (*Calgary Herald*, Aug. 28, 1992) -- *Marc

For more information on the 1992 Supreme Court victory for freedom of
speech see: Zundelsite - Canada Supreme Court ExcerptZundelsite - Zundel
Chronology - Part 7 of 13
Supreme Court of Canada - Decisions - R. v. Zundel.
Canadian Immigration Reformers, You MUST Participate in This On-Line Poll
Written by Paul Fromm
Tuesday, 30 August 2011 06:10
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Canadian Immigration Reformers, You MUST Participate in This On-Line

Citizenship and Immigration Canada would like to invite you to
participate in an online consultation on Immigration Levels and Mix.
This past July, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister
Jason Kenney, along with Parliamentary Secretaries Rick Dykstra and
Chungsen Leung, launched a series of cross-country consultations on
immigration issues. As part of this process, an online consultation is
currently underway. You are invited to submit feedback through an
online questionnaire, which will be available until September 19,
2011. We are asking for your input on the right level of immigration
to Canada – how many – and the right mix between the three
immigrant classes to Canada – economic, family and protected
persons. Prior to completing the questionnaire, please read the
following background document. This serves to give you a sense of some
of the challenges and realities we face as we strive to best answer
the difficult questions involved in managing Canada’s immigration
system. The full questionnaire is available attached if you wish to
view and/or print the document to plan your responses before
submitting your feedback online. Please note that this is for
reference purposes only; responses must be submitted using the online
questionnaire. A report on the consultations, including a summary of
responses to the online consultation questionnaire, will be available
on our website in fall 2011 or winter 2012. The on-line consultation
will be available at
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/consultations/index.asp (
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/consultations/index.asp ) from
August 29 to September 19, 2011. Thank you in advance for your
We are urging a five-year moratorium, on ALL immigration or refugee
intake or until Canada's unemployment rate is reduced to below 2%.

A recent Fraser Institute Report shows that poorly screened massive
Third World immigration (taxes paid, less tax-paid benefits used) is
costing taxpayers over $25-billion annually. It's time to shut the

Paul Fromm
Canada First Immigration Reform Committee

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