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Fromm connected with extremists

The complete report from Klanwatch is on the web... here's an excerpt relating to Canada's Paul Fromm:

Right Meets Far Right

A January meeting of anti-immigration activists in Cullman, Ala., illustrates the increasing intermingling of "mainstream" right-wingers with neo-Nazi, Klan and antigovernment extremist elements from around North America.

In a day laced with anti-Mexican and anti-Asian oratory and the burning of a Mexican flag, leaders of the Voice of Citizens Together and the U.S. Taxpayers Party -- which typically describe themselves as legitimate, non-racist organizations -- mingled with Klansmen, Skinheads, militia activists and others.

Among those attending on Jan. 17 were Paul Fromm, a Holocaust denier who is director of the Canadian Association of Free Expression and founder of Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform; William Burchfield, an Alabama Klan leader; an unidentified Skinhead with "Born to Hate" tattooed on one arm; Don Crumm of the Alabama chapter of the U.S. Taxpayers Party; Glenn Spencer, president of the anti-immigration Voice of Citizens Together, and militia minstrel Carl Klang.

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