It’s been a tough week for the Conservative Party Of Canada.
Source: The Conservative Party of Canada says party leader Erin O’Toole is “outraged” after discovering one of his MPs accepted money from a notorious neo-Nazi.
The Conservative leader was reacting to a request for comment from PressProgress inquiring about Elections Canada records that show neo-Nazi Paul Fromm donated $131 to the Conservative Party of Canada in 2020.
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Conservative Party Communications Director Cory Hann told PressProgress the donation was not directed to the party, but to the failed Conservative leadership candidate Derek Sloan, who is currently a sitting MP in O’Toole’s caucus.
“This individual donated to Derek Sloan’s leadership campaign in August, not to Mr. O’Toole or the Conservative Party,” Hann said. “As per the leadership contest rules, the party merely processed the donations of leadership campaigns.”
“Mr. O’Toole is outraged that anyone would accept donations from this individual and will be looking into the matter.”
Confirmation of the neo-Nazi donation comes a day after O’Toole issued a statement distancing himself from Trumpist extremism and declaring under his leadership, the Conservatives intend to be a “moderate, pragmatic, mainstream party.”
“There is no place for the far-right in our party,” O’Toole emphasized.
Fromm’s postal code matches one used to place a donation to the white nationalist Canadian Nationalist Party in 2019.
Fromm self-identifies as a “white nationalist” and rejects the term “Nazi” because he thinks the word is a meant to belittle Adolf Hitler’s party, however, organizations that closely monitor hate groups, including the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, have identified Fromm as a neo-Nazi.
A 1994 government report prepared for the Solicitor General alleged Fromm personally helped organize a birthday party for Hitler, which was to be attended by local skinheads. The report also observed that Fromm spoke at a “Martyr’s Day Rally,” an event honouring the death of an American neo-Nazi leader.
Derek Sloan is a used furniture salesman turned politician who’s driven by the blood of Jesus, who took money from a guy who celebrates Adolf Hitler’s birthday, and no one is surprised.
It’s not like everyone in Canada didn’t know Sloan had questionable friendships based on his extreme right stance.
People become radicalized by 3 things: religion, friends, and fake news, and Sloan check all those boxes. He spews Neo-con rhetoric, hangs out with other extremists, and would pick God over family every day of the week. He is a right wing extremist’s wet dream.
Extremists who aren’t in a position of authority rally around politician’s who share the same views which is why a Neo Nazi donated to Sloan and the CPC. It’s pretty simple, really.
Paul Fromm sees hope for a whiter Canada in Sloan so he donated to the CPC to help the party get Sloan elected, and Sloan took the money willingly.
If you permit it, you promote it.
Now, we can literally draw a straight line between Nazi’s and the CPC which is really unfortunate timing, and It’s not like the CPC doesn’t know who donates to them so O’Toole pleading ignorance, or pretending he’s angry, is a joke. They have donor lists with the same info Press Progress found when they wrote the article about Sloan’s Nazi contributors.
Paul Fromm was recently in Toronto to support Adam Skelly, from Adamson BBQ, too, in case you needed more ammo. If there’s an angle to support white supremacy, Paul Fromm finds it by sidling up to other assholes who might share the same world view as him.
The REAL problem is when greasy fuckers like Derek Sloan hide out in Government jobs after they get elected. They are there until they lose unless O’Toole grows a set and starts ejecting questionable assholes like Sloan from politics, all together.
He’s too stupid to be an elected official anyway. Smart people don’t take $131 from people who celebrate Hitler’s birthday.