Holocaust denier leads meeting in Sidney - 2019-01-29

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F0.png Holocaust denier leads meeting in Sidney January 29, 2019, Nick Murray, Peninsula News Review

Controversial far-right figures Paul Fromm and Monika Schaefer were in Sidney on Friday, Jan. 25, for a fundraising and speaking engagement, as part of a discrete 11-stop, cross-country tour.

Schaefer is a former Green Party candidate from Alberta, who recently served a 10-month sentence in Germany for Holocaust denial, which is classed as a hate crime there.

Fromm is one of Canada's most prominent far-right figures and the executive director of the group who organized the tour – the Canadian Association for Free Expression (CAFE).

Fromm describes himself as a conservative, but his ideology has been labelled 'neo-Nazi' by the Southern Poverty Law Centre, which monitors extremists in North America.

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{{cite news | first = Nick | last = Murray | title = Holocaust denier leads meeting in Sidney | url = https://www.peninsulanewsreview.com/news/holocaust-denier-leads-meeting-in-sidney/ | work = Peninsula News Review | date = January 29, 2019 | accessdate = February 11, 2020 }}