ARA-CALGARY HARASSES WN UNIVERSITY STUDENT
Written by Paul Fromm
Wednesday, 13 January 2010 10:12
*ARA-Calgary Harasses WN University Student*

The campus of the University of Calgary has been blanketed by an
inflammatory poster harassing and targetting a second year female student
who has been an activist in the Aryan Guard. The group doing this is
Anti-Racism Action, Calgary, apparently in conjunction with a website called
Anti Racism Canada, which is run by anonymous people, although Richard
Warman's legal documents seem to appear up there even before the printer's
ink seems dry on them.

The posters say, in parts: "Meet ... Natalie Sonne on Facebook and other
sites, and 'Hiraeth' on Stormfront. and her own blog. .... Little Natalie's
parents are paying for her education and evidently are not pleased about
their little girl's involvement in far right politics.

She's about 5'7" with naturally brown hair and is currently in her second
year at the University of Calgary. Started in Business but switched to
Computer Science.

*If you see her she should be approached with disdain, mocking laughter, and
much finger pointing. Feel free to express your own view-points on racism to
her, as she is hear to learn."
*
Then it says, "with a little bit of help from our friends at ARC" and
provides the link to that. It is signed ARA Calgary, with the email
[email protected]

ARA-Calgary, some of whose circle assaulted peaceful marchers at last the
March 21 White Pride Parade in Calgary, has been headed by a perennial
Communist Party of Canada candidate Jason Devine. He ran most recently in
the 2008 federal election in Calgary East, piling up a mere 323 votes and
finishing dead last just 20,988 votes behind the Conservative winner.

The poster would seem to clearly violate the University of Calgary's policy
forbidding "personal harassment" which is defined thus:

*"Personal harassment is harassment not based on any of the prohibited
grounds as stated in human rights legislation but generally abusive,
insulting and degrading conduct for which there is no legitimate purpose.
Personal harassment can take a variety of forms. Obvious bullying behaviours
include public humiliation; personal insults and name-calling; persistent
criticism; spreading malicious rumours; freezing out, ignoring or excluding;
and constantly undervaluing effort. Other less obvious bullying behaviours
include removing areas of responsibility; deliberately sabotaging or
impeding work performance; refusing to delegate; constantly changing work
deadlines; withholding necessary information; over-monitoring, especially
with malicious intent; setting up individuals to fail (example: impossible
deadlines); blocking applications for leave/promotion; and instigating
complaints from others to make the individual appear incompetent."*

The Anti Racism Canada website has been featuring and baiting Miss Sonne for
several months, publishing her pictures and emphasizing that she is a
university student.

This postering technique seems based on Richard Warman's strategy announced
in a speech by the same name to a conference sponsored by the ARA inToronto
in August, 2005 -- "Maximum Disruption : Shutting Down the Neo-Nazis By
(Almost) Any Means Necessary."

In 2006, a motley band of about 25 ARA, flying the flag of communist Cuba,
arrived in a bus that an ARA sign thanked Richard Warman for paying for,
and demonstrated outside the Port Credit townhouse of Paul Fromm, Director
of the Canadian Association for Free Expression who had clashed with Warman
as he defended many of Warman's victims in Sec. 13 Internet tribunals. The
ARA twice leafletted Mr. Fromm's neighbours making wild and defamatory
remarks. This is a tactic used by homosexual radicals called "outing" --
denouncing a person in front of his co-workers or neighbours in an effort to
get them to ostracize, exclude or hurt that person. Warman later denied
paying for the bus, but, signifcantly for such a litigious person who sues
people who criticize him, as far as we know never sued the ARA for their
supposed misinformation.

Representations have been made to the university urging them to enforce
their anti-personal harassment policy and protect Miss Sonne so that she can
go about her business as a student.
 
IT'S TIME TO STOP THE "REFUGEE" SCAM, SECURE OUR BORDERS & REPEAL "SINGH"
Written by Paul Fromm
Monday, 11 January 2010 09:50
*It's Time To Stop the "Refugee" Scam, Secure Canada's Borders & Repeal
"Singh"*

It's been 25 years since a hard-bitten Scottish socialist, feminist, and
judicial interventionist Madam Justice Bertha Wilson wrote the Supreme Court
ruling that has become known as the "Singh Decision." This inspired piece of
meddling lunacy granted any scamster who managed to put his little toe on
Canadian soil the right to claim "refugee" status. We had to give him an
oral hearing and venues for appeal. Even better, the Supremos decided that
illegals had all the rights as Canadians. Thus, a refugee claimant would
receive welfare, medicare, dental care (which our own working poor do not
get), legal aid, public housing and, of course, English or French and
skills training all at taxpayers' expense. Prior to 1985, people flying in
making refugee claims numbered in the low hundreds each year. Ever since
thousands have poured in each year. The hearings and appeals stretch on for
years. Meanwhile, the "claimants" scarf up welfare and other government
services and cost us more 42-billion a year. More than 500,000 "refugees"
have entered Canada this way since 1985.

So nutty is the Singh Decision that should President Obama fly to Canada and
say, "I'm a refugee," we'd have to give him a hearing, welfare, medicare,
legal aid, and even job training. Common sense matters not. That the U.S. is
a democracy doesn't matter. That he's the president wouldn't matter either.
We'd be on the hook.

Successive government have sought with little success to get some handle on
the invasion. More recently, the Conservatives have slapped visa
requirements on sources of particular abuse -- Mexico and the Czech
Republic, where large numbers of Gypsies have decided to come to Canada
claiming to be "refugees" from their democratic homeland. Now the Canadian
Press (January 8, 2010) reports: "Ottawa is seriously considering imposing
visa requirements on visitors from Hungary to cut off a growing flood of
refugee applicants, mainly from the Roma community, The Canadian Press has
learned. It would be the third such move in less than a year, after Canada
imposed visas on visitors from Mexico and the Czech Republic last summer.
... Now, the Eastern European country is among the top three sources of
refugee claimants. The number of claims made every month was usually between
20 and 40 immediately after the visa requirement was lifted in the spring of
2008. By the fall of 2009, the monthly total was about 200. While numbers
for the last three months of the year have not yet been made public, they
are expected to show another sharp increase. At the same time, the refugee
board's approvals of the claims have plunged to zero, with many of the
claimants withdrawing or abandoning their applications as they come up for
processing."

The visa requirement will penalize the vast majority of Hungarian visitors
who are legitimately coming to visit friends of relatives.

Parliament must help Canada regain control of our borders. The Government
should introduce legislation using Sec. 33 of the Constitution -- the
"notwithstanding" clause. Very simply, the legislation would say,
"Notwithstanding the Singh Decision, no person shall obtain immigration or
refugee status, unless they apply and are vetted abroad." Thus, Gypsies who
think they have a legitimate claim would have to apply to the Canadian
Embassy in Budapest. No more flying to Canada and feasting off the taxpayers
for years on end.







Ottawa considers visas for Hungarian visitors: report
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The Canadian Press
Ottawa is seriously considering imposing visa requirements on visitors from
Hungary to cut off a growing flood of refugee applicants, mainly from the
Roma community, The Canadian Press has learned.
It would be the third such move in less than a year, after Canada imposed
visas on visitors from Mexico and the Czech Republic last summer.
And it would risk provoking retaliation not just from Hungary but also from
the much larger and more powerful European Union, which has already
protested against the clampdown on Czech travellers.
The number of refugee claims from Hungary has soared since last spring,
according to data collected by the Immigration and Refugee Board. That's
despite months of attempts by Hungarian and Canadian officials to find other
ways to better manage the influx.
Numbers began to rise after Canada lifted visa requirements in the spring of
2008, when Hungary joined the European Union. Since the spring of 2009,
however, the steady increase turned into a flood.
Immigration Minister Jason Kenney visited Budapest last June and urged his
Hungarian counterparts to take steps.
"He raised Canada's concerns about the growing number of asylum seekers
going to Canada," said Alykhan Velshi, Kenney's spokesman.
Velshi said Ottawa has no plans to impose visas right now.
But he added that efforts to collaborate had not produced concrete results.
"Thus far, unfortunately, the number has gone up."
Now, the Eastern European country is among the top three sources of refugee
claimants. The number of claims made every month was usually between 20 and
40 immediately after the visa requirement was lifted in the spring of 2008.
By the fall of 2009, the monthly total was about 200.
While numbers for the last three months of the year have not yet been made
public, they are expected to show another sharp increase.
At the same time, the refugee board's approvals of the claims have plunged
to zero, with many of the claimants withdrawing or abandoning their
applications as they come up for processing.
 
HOME FOR WAIFS AND STRAYS
Written by Paul Fromm
Sunday, 10 January 2010 10:18
*Home For Waifs And Strays*

"Canadian immigration and child welfare officials are in an unprecedented
legal fight over the future of a St. Lucian teenager flown here on a one-way
ticket by a family that doesn't want him back. * Kasim* (not his real name –
this choking secrecy pervades government!) is now in the care of the
*Children's
Aid Society* *of Toronto*, which has gone to *Federal Court* in an attempt
to prevent his deportation. The child welfare group does not believe Canada
should send Kasim, 16, back to a family that is unfit to care for him. Federal
officials, however, say that to keep Kasim here will only encourage people
from impoverished countries to send and abandon their children in
Canada. What's
more, they say, separating Kasim from his family may do more harm than good.
In a recent decision, *Judge* *Robert Mainville* agreed to put Kasim's
deportation on hold while the *CAS* obtains an official report on his family
and explores whether he can be placed elsewhere in St. Lucia. ... He called
on federal officials to review their travel policies for unaccompanied
minors, given that Kasim was 14 years old when he stepped off a plane alone
in Toronto in August 2007. 'Clearly measures need to be taken to avoid
similar situations in the future,' Mainville said, adding: *'There is no
question of encouraging in any fashion or manner whatsoever the act of
sending and abandoning foreign children in Canada*.' According to court
documents, Kasim was placed on a plane by his mother and aunt with a one-way
ticket to Canada. *After he landed in Toronto, Kasim went to live with his
older brother, who had also arrived illegally*. In March 2008, police
discovered that both brothers were without immigration status. The older
brother, a young adult, was jailed by immigration authorities and later
deported to St. Lucia. Because of his age, Kasim was placed in the *temporary
*custody of the *Children's Aid Society of Toronto*. According to court
documents, a child welfare worker then contacted Kasim's mother, who said
she wanted him to remain in Canada since education and employment
opportunities were so limited in St. Lucia." (*Canwest News*, December 27,
2009)

And it's just that simple, Mum makes up her mind and Junior is our
responsibility. Two more years of squabbling and he can apply to sponsor
the entire family!

[This article appears in the January, 2010 issue of the *CANADIAN
IMMIGRATION HOTLINE*. Published monthly, the *CANADIAN IMMIGRATION
HOTLINE*is available by subscription for $30 per year. You can
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