During the September 29th broadcast of The Political Cesspool hosted by James Edwards, Canadian white civil rights activist Paul Fromm, who is the director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression, appeared during the third hour and discussed recent outrages by the Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA), operating as politically correct thought police and seizing books and pamphlets carried by travelers inbound to Canada. Among recent seizures are host James Edwards’ book "Racism, Schmacism" and The Citizens Informer, the newspaper published by the Council of Conservative Citizens. They were seized on suspicion of being “hate”, although Canada has the audacity to demand that the People's Republic of China improve its free speech and human rights record. The audio of the 60-minute broadcast is embedded below:
The first and second hours of the show are also available and are of interest as well if your time permits.
The pretext for these seizures is Memorandum D9-1-15, entitled "Canada Border Services Agency's Policy on the Classification of Hate Propaganda, Sedition and Treason". The operative portion is paragraph 8 under the section entitled "Determining Whether Goods are Hate Propaganda"
8. Goods that incite or promote hatred against an identifiable group, by incorporating some or all of the following allegations, may be prohibited as hate propaganda: (a) allegations that an identifiable group is to blame for serious economic or social problems;
(b) allegations that an identifiable group manipulates media, trade, finance, government or world politics to the detriment of society;
(c) allegations that an identifiable group is inferior or superior to another group; and/or
(d) allegations that an identifiable group weakens or threatens society, in whole or in part.
Because James Edwards' book and The Citizens Informer highlight such things as disproportionate crime by visible minorities and immigrants, Canadian border authorities have license to consider them to be "hate propaganda" even though they don't target groups as a whole for denigration or abuse.
If Canada was more respectful of free speech, it might be a good place for white Americans to move, particularly the western provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia (outside of Vancouver). The Maritime Provinces might also be a good place. Ontario, on the other hand, is strictly under the thumb of the New World Order, and if you want to get on in Quebec, you better learn French.