Saturday 4 December – SydneySaturday 11 December – Melbourne
The following provides a brief background on Mr Fromm:
Thought Crimes Legislation and the Humans Rights Industry in Canada
Paul Fromm directs the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee and the Canadian Association for Free Expression, Canada's leading defence organisation of free speech.
Paul Fromm has battled Canada's Internet censors and supported political prisoners Ernst Zundel and David Irving as a matter of principle.
His free speech work has made him the object of arson and death threats from the Anti Racist Action, which staged a protest in August 2006, outside his Port Credit home.
As part of state pay-back for his free speech work, he is routinely hassled by Canada Customs, has had books, including Irish Fairy Tales, seized. In October 2009, Customs seized his laptop on suspicion of it containing "hate" material. Indeed, Paul Fromm has assisted in many ways in overturning Canada’s restrictive “race hate” laws that were enforced by a Human Rights thought police - as a violation of free speech.
An author and former English instructor, Mr. Fromm was fired from his position by the Peel Board of Education in 1997, after years of pressure from Jewish lobby groups who loathed his support for victims of censorship and his opposition to the Third World invasion of Canada.
Mr. Fromm was the recipient of the prestigious George Orwell Free Speech Award in 1994. Mr Fromm also recently ran for Mayor of Mississauga (pop. 720,000).
After an hysterical campaign in the media, Mr Fromm was prevented from speaking at the Sydney Forum in September 2010 due to delaying tactics by the Australian Government, who deliberately ensured that his visa would not be issued in time to allow him to speak at the Forum. These tactics are nothing but a minor inconvenience and will never stop us.
Mr Fromm will be speaking at the Australia First State Meeting in Sydney. The morning session will comprise of the Australia First meeting, and there will be guest speakers in the afternoon. Cost of attendance is $10 for the afternoon session.
The morning meeting is closed to members of Australia First only, but anyone is welcome to attend the afternoon session.
Please note: Any ticket holders from the Sydney Forum may attend the Sydney or Melbourne afternoon speaking events free of charge.
Mr Fromm will also be speaking at a function which will be held at a private venue on the evening of 4 December in Sydney. All are welcome to attend. This will be a great opportunity to meet and chat with Mr Fromm and other like minded folk in an informal setting. There will also be other speakers at this event. The cost of the evening function is $10, which will include a light supper. Some refreshments will also be provided, however please BYO alcohol.
Please note: Due to the catering provided, regrettably we cannot offer the evening function free of charge to Sydney Forum ticket holders.
If you are interested in attending any of these events please contact:
Dr Jim Saleam
Tel: 0407 732 868
Other events for Mr Fromm may occur while he is in Australia. Details will be posted here as soon as they are confirmed.
So please come along and listen to some great speakers, meet some really good people, and be involved with making a difference to our world.
The Sydney Forum Organising Committee