Important November Free Speech Battles Ahead
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Wednesday, 30 October 2013 05:32
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Don't Become the New Indians, Immigration Reformer Tells Ohio Audience
Written by Paul Fromm
Saturday, 26 October 2013 05:10
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Don't Become the New Indians, Immigration Reformer Tells Ohio Audience

YELLOW SPRINGS/DAYTON, OH, October 24, 2013.Paul Fromm, Director of
the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee, called for the
deportation of all illegals and a minimum five year moratorium on all
immigration until America's scandalously high unemployment rate comes
down at a meeting here tonight.

Addressing the monthly meeting of the Wisdom Quest Group, a fellowship
of eclectic free thinkers, Mr. Fromm said that North America's
European founding/settler people are being replaced by government
immigration policy. Given the present rate of Third World flood into
the U.S., America's founding/settler people will become a minority by
2041, he warned..

Most of the immigration debate in the U.S. focuses on "illegals." "Why
should there be any debate?" Mr. Fromm demanded. "They are illegals,
law breakers. They should be deported. Do we debate whether robbers
should be detained and imprisoned? The press misleads us when they
refer to them as 'undocumented migrants.' They haven't forgotten their
papers on the dresser. They are illegals. They are not 'migrants',
they are invaders.|"

As for immigration itself, as long as there is a significant number of
unemployed Americans, any immigration is hugely costly and a slap in
the face to the unemployed, Mr. Fromm explained. "Pedro come to
America, There are only two possibilities. One, Pedro gets a job.
Hooray for Pedro, But that means some American loses his job or
remains unemployed. His life is blighted, his potential ignore., He
may lose his house maybe his family. America loses. The second
possibility is that Pedro does not get a job, Sad for Pedro, but
America must give him welfare, housing e=because he's poor, medicare,
food stamps and, of course, education, medication, policing and social
work for his five kids. Again, America loses.

Wisdom Quest Group co-ordinator Bruce M. Forrester, Jr. introduced Mr.
Fromm saying," How did that unrestricted immigration turn out for the
Native Americans? Answer: Ugh!"

The Wisdom Quest Group hosts an eclectic variety of speakers,
including radionics builder Ed Kelly and financial and investment
counselor Linda Sue Hoffman.

Bruce L. Forrester, Jr.


Mr. Fromm concluded his talk by reminding his American audience that
Canadians are not just Americans who like the cold and talk funny,
saying "eh" a lot. "Yes, we share many things in comment, but Canada
is a soft tyranny. Free speech is at a premium. We have no First
Amendments and the courts have been happy to approve of restrictions
on political and religious speech, if remarks offend privileged

Dwight L Dowson of Maxwell World Wide Historical Films with speaker
Paul Fromm

He gave the example of political prisoner Brad Love, who is back in
jail for breach of probation. His 10-year ordeal and frequent trips to
prison are all the" result of his writing non-threatening opinionated
letters to politicians, police chiefs, the media and thin-skinned
Jewish groups. He's in jail solely for the non-violent expression of
his political beliefs," Mr. Fromm told his audience, many of whom
shook their heads in shock.

A lively question and answer period followed.

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Carrots Or Sticks For Iran? -- -- Important Insights on Iran by Eric Margolis
Written by Paul Fromm
Thursday, 24 October 2013 04:16
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Carrots Or Sticks For Iran? -- -- Important Insights on Iran by Eric

By Eric Margolis

October 21, 2013 "Information Clearing House ( ) - NEW YORK – The United
States has the Iranian tiger by the tail. Washington doesn’t know
whether to hold on or let the big beast go.
The Mideast diplomatic thaw begun by Russia’s clever Vladimir Putin,
and Iran’s democratic change of presidents, opened the diplomatic
path to progress over Syria, Iran’s nuclear ambitions, and, lest we
forget, the question of Palestine.

For the first time since 1979, senior US and Iranian officials are
are holding talks in Geneva. Joining them are nuclear negotiators from
Russia, Britain, France, Germany and China.

Ironically, the only two nations in this group that are not in
violation of the 1968 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty are Iran and
Germany. The other members have never fulfilled their pledge to
rapidly eliminate all nuclear weapons. Five decades later, they still
hold 22,000 nuclear warheads. And that total does not include the
nuclear arsenals of Israel, Pakistan and India.

Washington now faces a very difficult problem. It has waged economic
and political warfare against the Islamic Republic of Iran since its
1979 revolution. Iran has been badly damaged by sanctions. But like
that other disobedient bad boy, Cuba, Iran has managed to hold out.

But what will happen if punishing US-engineered sanctions against Iran
are eased? Oil-rich Iran will rebuild its ravaged economy and
infrastructure, and quietly enhance its military power. A key priority
for Tehran will be modernizing its decrepit civilian air fleet that
routinely crashes from mechanical problems or pilot error. Good news
for Boeing and Airbus, as well as US energy companies.

If Iran regains its former role as a major Mideast power, this
important development will run head-on into current US strategy to
keep it weak and isolated until a pro-US government comes to power in
Tehran. A strengthening Iran will generate fear and anxiety in Saudi
Arabia and some of the less flexible Gulf states, and increase
Tehran’s influence over Iraq.

An Iran with the capability of producing a few nuclear weapons within
a year also deeply alarms Washington, its Arab allies, and Israel. An
Iran with even a few nukes, like North Korea, would sharply limit US
Mideast power and its ability to use military forces against Iran.

Israel knows that Iran has no intention of launching a nuclear attack
on the Jewish state, which is a major world nuclear power with an
invulnerable triad of land, sea and air-launched nuclear weapons.

But Israel’s constant alarms about Iran’s so far non-existent
nuclear weapons serves to distract attention from its rapid absorption
of the West Bank and Golan, and generate potent political and
financial support from its North American partisans. Or maybe
Israel’s leader, Benyamin Netanyahu has actually come to believe his
own Jeremiads about Tehran’s supposed suicidal “mad mullahs.”

Today, Israel has no serious enemies in the Arab world: Egypt has been
bought off; Iraq and Syria destroyed. Saudi Arabia is in secret
alliance with Israel. The only nation that can hope to challenge
Israel’s increasingly dominant role in the Mideast is Iran. That
puts Israel, Iran and Saudi Arabia in a three-way competition for
regional hegemony.

If Iran is kept isolated and assaulted by trade sanctions, electronic
attack, sabotage and ethnic subversion in its Arab and Azeri regions,
Iran will very likely continue its slow but steady development of
nuclear breakout capability – meaning being able to assemble nuclear
components into a warhead and deliver them on fairly short notice.

A deal limiting Tehran’s breakout capability would seem the best
recourse. My own long-standing proposal is the “Margolis Plan:”
let Iran and Israel to inspect one-another’s nuclear facilities.
But that, of course, won’t happen because Israel won’t admit it
has nuclear weapons, a fairy tale backed by all US administrations.
How about the US, China, Russia, France and Britain opening their
nuclear plants for inspection? Add India and Pakistan to this list.

While what appear to be fruitful talks progress in Geneva, powerful
special interests in America are trying to thwart any agreement with
Iran. The US Congress, profoundly corrupted by political donations, is
moving to impose new, draconian sanctions on Iran while Israel’s
rightists and their allies in the US media thunder about the alleged
dangers from Iran. The Republican Party leads the call for harsher
sanctions on Iran.

President Barack Obama knows that any deal with Iran must be struck
before the next US presidential season gets under way, otherwise it
will fail.

Iran’s new leadership, led by President Hassan Rouhani, clearly
wants a deal. The nationalist pride Iranians feel for their so far
civilian nuclear program cannot outweigh the damage and pain of
crushing sanctions. However, as in the past, the US-led western powers
may keep moving the goalposts ever farther from a lasting agreement.

If there’s a deal with Iran over nuclear power, can pressure for a
deal over Palestine be far behind?

Eric S. Margolis is an award-winning, internationally syndicated
columnist. His articles have appeared in the New York Times, the
International Herald Tribune the Los Angeles Times, Times of London,
the Gulf Times, the Khaleej Times, Nation – Pakistan, Hurriyet, –
Turkey, Sun Times Malaysia and other news sites in Asia. ( )
Copyright Eric S. Margolis 2013

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