Banned from Canuckistan -- Immigration Canada Just Can't Get It Right
Written by Paul Fromm
Friday, 25 March 2011 05:10
Banned from Canuckistan

On Thursday, March 24, I was denied entry to Canada. After six hours’
detention and sporadic interrogation at Vancouver airport I was escorted to
the next flight to Seattle. It turns out I am “inadmissible on grounds of
violating human or international rights for being a proscribed senior
official in the service of a government that, in the opinion of the
minister, engages or has engaged in terrorism, systematic or gross human
rights violations, or genocide, a war crime or a crime against humanity
within the meaning of subsections 6 (3) to (5) of the Crimes Against
Humanity and War Crimes Act.”
It appears that my contacts with the Bosnian Serb leaders in the early
nineties make me “inadmissible” today. As it happens I was never one of
their officials, “senior” or otherwise, but the story has been told often
enough (most recently in one of my witness testimonies at The Hague War
Crimes Tribunal). The immigration officer at Vancouver decided that what was
good for The Hague was not good enough for Canada; but her decision
evidently had been written somewhere else by someone else well before my
arrival. (She was so out of her depth that she asked me if President
Vojislav Koštunica had been indicted for war crimes.)
I’ve visited Canada some two dozen times since the Bosnian war ended;
ironically, one of those visits, in February 2000, was to provide expert
testimony before the Canadian House of Commons in Ottawa.
Why should the Canadian authorities suddenly decide to keep me out of the
country now, and for transparently spurious reasons?
Well, because the Muslims told them so. The campaign started when a
Bosnian-Muslim propaganda front, calling itself The Institute for Research
of Genocide of Canada, demandedto have me “banned” from speaking at the
University of British Columbia on February 24. The ensuing campaign soon
escalated into demands to keep me out of Canada altogether. The authorities
have now obliged.
As Ambassador James Bissett noted last week, what is outrageous is that,
over the years, this “Institute” has indulged in the denial of a real
genocide in the former Yugoslavia. It has also attempted to blacken the
reputation of one of Canada’s most highly respected soldiers by posting
(last December 26) “The Shocking Account by Raped Bosniak Women and Criminal
Undertakings of Lt. General (Ret.) Lewis Mackenzie”:
During the war in Bosnia, the Muslim leadership in Sarajevo became furious
when General Mackenzie—who was representing the UN—was not deceived (as many
journalists were) by the blatant propaganda generated by the Muslim side and
by his insistence at remaining impartial. In an attempt to have him
replaced, the Muslims concocted false charges of rape and misconduct against
him. These charges were so obviously fabricated they were summarily
dismissed by responsible authorities. As the general was able to prove, he
was not even in Bosnia when many of the alleged offences took place. Despite
the facts, the “Genocide Institute” continues to slander the good name of
General Mackenzie. Its web site contains a long list of so-called rape
victims who relate in lurid detail how they were raped … by the Canadian
officer. They even claim that during some of these rapes the general was
“protected ‘– not by UN troops but by heavily armed “Chetniks.” The stories
are so obviouslyfabricated that to those who know the General personally—as
I do—can only wonder at the seriously psychotic nature of individuals who
would repeat these lunatic charges.
General Mackenzie is a Canadian so he cannot be deemed “inadmissible,” but
who knows what unpleasantness could await him upon arriving in another
country with a powerful Muslim lobby. Extradition for trial in Sarajevo? A
long and arduous legal battle to prevent such outcome?
Let it be noted that the “Institute for Research of Genocide of Canada” uses
for itself the acronym “IRGC.” That acronym is more commonly associated with
the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps. While conceivably accidental, the
coincidence is not altogether inapt. The Canadians will learn, in the
fulness of time, the price of kowtowing to these people’s demands. They will
become less free with each act of surrender, and the demands will have no
The Fighting Side of Me: Mar. 9, 2011: Why the Frenzy About Charlie Sheen & John Gall
Written by Paul Fromm
Thursday, 24 March 2011 07:53
The Fighting Side of Me: Mar. 9, 2011: Why the Frenzy About Charlie Sheen &
John Galliano?

March 9, 2011 · Print This Article
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Paul Fromm discusses the media hypocrisy and piranha feeding frenzy over
Charlie Sheen and John Galliano. He blasts the destruction of these oddly
talented men for merely providing their opinions about one of this age’s
taboo topics.
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Hey, Kamel, This Land is OUR Land
Written by Paul Fromm
Wednesday, 23 March 2011 04:43
*Hey, Kamel, This Land is OUR Land*

*Muslims move in and tell Texas pig farmer to sell his pigs or move out!*

*Love those Texans!!!*


*This is what "diversity" really looks like!*
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