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Paul Fromm

Photo: Fromm addresses the "Friends of the British National Party" in March, 2000. The text accompanying the photo said "There were three main speakers, the first of which was Paul Fromm from Canada, who spoke about the racial problems north of the border and Nationalists lack of free speech in that country. He draped the Old Canadian flag (which includes the Union jack) over the podium, and explained that this was the true flag of British-Canadians, not the liberal maple leaf that the left wing government now flies." Fromm shared the podium that day with Stormfront's Don Black and former KKK leader David Duke.

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