Tag Archives: Quebecer

Jean Charest, the Conservative Leopard That Changed His Spots For Liberal Stripes, Or Did He?


Premiere Jean Charest is an example of a leopard trying to change its spots; we all know that it is impossible, but we refuse to stop voting for him out of fear of the other political parties and their stand on the separation of Quebec from Canada and anglophone rights in Quebec. No matter how he disguises himself and no matter his assertions that he has become a tiger, he can not and will never stop being a leopard. Continue reading

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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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About Archemdis By Archemdis


I like to write on the net because people are free to tune me in or out so the only person I become a boor to is myself.  I think that all politicians are liars and have their own agendas and … Continue reading

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