racist, crypto-fascist Quebec regime

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racist, crypto-fascist Quebec regime
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Mon, 04-14-2003 - 4:10am
..is facing probable defeat.

I am pleased to see what looks like the impending defeat of the Parti Quebecois government in Quebec. In Quebec, those who are not white , descendants of the original settlers of the province, and supporters of separatism are derided by these little Hitlers as not "pur laine" which translates roughly as "racially pure".

The hatred of Quebec nationalists for Jews is strong, and historic. During World War 2 many Quebecers sympathized with the Nazis, and that province was the only one in Canada not to be eager to join the war. Former premiers of the province ("premier" is roughly the equivalent of a US governor) have publicly made anti-Jewish, anti-immigrant statements, including referring to Quebecers as a " white race" and saying, in bitterness that " money and the ethnics" were the enemies of pure laine Quebecers, and cost them the loss of an independence referendum in 1995.

These racist, separatist, fascist traitors are very privileged in that they make up one of the 3 groups I HATE the most

whoops I forgot the link. here it is.

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story2&cid=840&ncid=737&e=1&u=/nm/20030413/wl_canada_nm/canada_quebec_elections_col

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Edited 4/14/2003 6:27:24 AM ET by garconoix

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Mon, 04-14-2003 - 9:54am
When are people going to get it? That events that took place a couple of hundred years ago are HISTORY. Same goes for some of the southern states that want to fly the rebel flag, the troubles in Ireland, the Turkish & Greeks in Cyprus, etc. ect.

 


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Mon, 04-14-2003 - 11:32am

 


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Wed, 04-16-2003 - 4:27am
indeed. And Quebecers were never viciously oppressed like the Irish, nor fought a losing civil war like the US south. In fact, Quebec's reformist politicians of the 1800s willingly joined Quebec to the rest of Canada, correctly seeing it as a way to maintain and safeguard their French culture and language.

Quebec separatists are the most childish, politically immature people on the face of the planet.

btw they lost the election, but, sadly, history shows that when the nominally "federalist" Liberals are in power in Quebec, the troubles with separatists actually get worse. The Liberals have credibility with the rest of Canada, so when they demand more power for Quebec, in the form of changes to the Canadian constitution, the rest of the country has to listen. And they often make these demands, to shore up their support with "soft" nationalists. Then the whole constitutional can of worms gets opened, Quebec's outrageous demands are not entirely met, and separatists have their next excuse to whine about "humilitation" and their popularity increases, leading to the election of the Parti Quebecois next time. It's a vicious circle.

Luckily, the Prime Minister and his federal government enacted a tough law, the Clarity Bill, making it clear to these racist scum that the rest of Canada will not just let these separatists declare independence and destroy the country on 50% approval of a deliberately deceptive referendum question, with vote fraud, as they have tried in the past. And these traitors have been told, in no uncertain terms, that if Canada is divisible, so is Quebec (large parts of Quebec have a federalist majority and would want to stay in Canada)

btwe part of the reason the Parti Quebecois lost the election is because they brought out their old warhorse, Jaques Parizeau, to campaign for them. He is the former Premier who bitterly blamed "money and the ethnics" for the bare loss of their 1995 referendum, and who gloatingly told foreign journalists that his referendum question was so deceptive, and the Quebec people so naive, that they would vote "yes" to it, thinking that this "yes" vote was a vote for change WITHIN Canada, and would thus be like "lobsters in boiling water" who would be shocked when his government launched an independence coup right after the victory (which thankfully never happened, despite massive fraud)

Parizeau is an embarassment to all but the most hard-core separatists, and I guess enough Quebec voters were disgusted by the reminder that the PQ is still a bunch of racist would-be nation-destroyers caught in 19th century thinking in terms of nationalism and race.

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Thu, 04-17-2003 - 10:19am
I've heard so much about this from friends in B.C., some of whom have 'escaped' Quebec because they couldn't take it any more (being non-French speaking individuals). I guess every country has their terrified, small-minded isolationists who can't deal with the real world...