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Harper’s Quebec Policy Amounts To Hear No Evil, See No Evil And Speak No Evil


This federal government is powerless to intervene in what is going on in Quebec, because it practices the same type of politics and promotes the same ideological racism that Quebec does. Continue reading

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Her Highness Pauline Marois The First of Quebec Plans To Introduce A Charter of Quebec Values


With the proclamation by Her Highness Pauline Marois The First of Quebec, that she plans to introduce what she is calling A Charter of Quebec Values, I say that she is opening the door and inciting the very bomb throwing, people fighting in the streets that she says she is trying to avoid with her Charter of Quebec Values. Continue reading

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Quebecer’s Holding Their Breath And Trying To Survive Until Tomorrow


The election is over in Quebec and everyone seems to be either holding their breath and waiting for the fight to begin between the Parti Quebecois and the Liberal Party Of Quebec, or waiting to see which other borough mayor … Continue reading

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What Will It Take To Make Someone Stop The Genocide That Is Happening In Quebec?


“What will it take to make someone stop the genocide that is happening in Quebec?” Continue reading

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Immigrants Not Guilty For Loss Of French Language In Quebec, A Handful Of Anti English Sovereignist Are


It is not an immigration problem that is causing Quebec to lose its French language, it is the way it is being shoved down the throats of non french speaking Quebecers. People want to be able to work and do business with more than other french speaking people and are tired of the french only issue taking priority over everything else. Most people in Quebec are scared of separation and wish that the minority of separatists would just drop it. Continue reading

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Double Standard, Turning Police On Protesting Youths Okay For British Government And Their Allies


Politicians think we are too stupid to know when we are being lied to and too docile to do anything about it anyway. I think they need to look at England as well as Egypt, because some non politicians of the world have learned their language and are teaching it to other non politicians and we are all beginning to demand an accounting and we want the truth.
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Separatist React To William And Kate’s Visit Like Angry Toddlers Instead Of A People Wishing To Be A Nation


When will the Separatists of Quebec realize tha they can not shame the rest of Canada into giving them their nation? Every shameful despicable action like the reaction to the Royals visit, gets the reaction from the rest of Canadians that the Separatists in Quebec are nowhere near mature enough to be out on their own. Continue reading

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Moving Day Comes And Goes In Quebec And Quebecers Handled It Well!


Now some would say that because the day was switched to because of a Jérôme Choquette of the Quebec Liberal Party, that it was not a Separatist plot at all to make the Canada celebrations less, but a way to ease the pressures and stresses on the children attending school. Well I still ask why not August 1st? Let us not forget that it was Quebec Liberals that gave us Bill 101 and we all know what was behind that.

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Bilingualism: A Dream For Unification Turned Into A Nightmare of Canadian Division


Okay I have stopped laughing and am trying to compose myself so that I can type. Has anybody out there in cyber land asked why the need for a French language debate at all? Why the need for language police, or … Continue reading

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Saint Patrick’s Day, “A Day When Everyone Was Green”


As Montreal gets ready to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day my mind slips backwards into a time to when I was a child; to a time when the  Italians were seen marching at least once a month up and down the streets with their … Continue reading

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