Paul Fromm “The Motorists’ Friend”, Fighting traffic gridlock!
MISSISSAUGA, September 11, 2014. This afternoon at 4:00 p.m., Paul Fromm, Director of the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee filed nomination papers to run for Mayor in the October 27 municipal election.
This is his second try for Mississauga’s top office. He placed in the middle of the pack in the 2010 elections.
“I am running to highlight the disastrous results of uncontrolled immigration,” Mr. Fromm told a rally of his supporters this evening. “For more than five years, polls have showed that traffic gridlock is the major issue for a majority of Mississaugans. Over the past 30 years, successive federal governments have pumped over 3-million people into the GTA. Yet, hardly any new roads have been built.”
Immigration is the major source of population growth and that population growth has caused traffic gridlock. “A Mayor must show leadership,” Mr. Fromm told enthusiastic supporters. “Immigration is a federal matter but the results of federal addiction to immigration has huge consequences for local communities. A Mayor must speak out and lead.”
Traffic gridlock costs Canada over $4-billion annually. “Mass immigration is a wage suppression scheme. With 1.5-million Canadians out of work and another 900,000 involuntarily trapped in part time jobs, there is no need for any immigration at all. We need a five-year moratorium,” he added.
“Traffic gridlock is choking Mississauga,” he added He is campaigning as “the motorists’ friend.” He wants traffic lights and enforcement geared to moving traffic quickly and efficiently, rather than just collecting revenue.
Paul Fromm is a vocal public opponent of the job stealing Temporary Foreign Workers’ Programme.” It is nothing but a cheap labour scheme which hurts youth and the vulnerable most. As Mayor, I shall insist that no city department higher temporary foreign workers and that goes for companies supplying goods and services to the City as well. I believe in putting Canadians first.”