Tony is a Canadian activist who co-founded the peace advocacy group Life After Hate after spending 15 years with the White Aryan Resistance movement in Vancouver. As part of the Neo-Nazi movement, he was a co-founder of the Aryan Resistance Movement in Canada and launched Canadian Liberty Net, a telephone message networking service for his Resistance organizations. Born in England and raised in Vancouver, he connected with the skinhead punk scene, eventually discovering racist punk bands. Through the 1980s and 1990s, Tony was one of Canada’s most inﬂuential neo-Nazis. In 1994, he and a fellow neo-Nazi were scheduled guests on an LA-based talk radio program that was planning to broadcast from Auschwitz when they were detained and sent back to the United States. It was around this time that he was becoming disillusioned with the movement. He would later cite his daughter and son as motivating factors for his de-radicalization. Tony is currently the chairman of the board of directors of Life After Hate, and has made it his mission to help people leave hate groups.