Hier matin, le Toronto Sun -le plus gros tirage au Canada- titrait, sous la plume de John Snobelen, « Canada controlled by traitors of Bloc Quebecois »
« Nous sommes une démocratie dysfonctionnelle », écrit Snobelen, un ancien ministre de Mike Harris. « Nous le sommes depuis 1990, date où le premier traître bloquiste, Gilles Duceppe, a été élu à la Chambre des Communes. »
Juste là, on en a pour fermer le Toronto Sun. Mais attendez de lire les commentaires des lecteurs.
Martin Ellacott écrit que « le Québec est une Provence (faute ou jeu de mots ?) de traitres...elle l’a toujours été... elle le sera toujours. Faut se débarrasser de ce fléau »
Rich Platto écrit que « la GRC devrait arrêter les Bloquistes qui refusent de prêter allégeance au Canada »
« Demander au Québec de se débarrasser du Bloc », écrit Tim Devlin, c’est comme demander à un cochon de manger avec un couteau et une fourchette(...) Le Bloc a systématiquement créé une province dominée par l’appât du gain et des droits privilégiés....nous sommes spéciaux, nous sommes uniques...vous êtes une douleur dans le cul, c’est ce que vous êtes. »
Et le top du top : Tony Lam qui écrit que « les Britanniques auraient dû finir la job il y a quelque 225 années »
Remplacez Britanniques par Hitler et Québécois par Juifs ?
Ce n’est pas sur un site internet lu par 200 personnes. C’est dans le forum du plus gros journal canadien, d’un océan à l’autre.
Où Jean-Marc Fournier. Où est Lawrence Bergman ?
Canada controlled by traitors of Bloc Quebecois : Snobelen
You just have to love Canada.
This past week we stumbled into yet another in a continuing series of federal elections. For the next month we will be bombarded with bad ads, empty slogans, and overheated rhetoric. All for the remarkably low cost of about $300 million.
Welcome to Canada in the era of the Bloc.
We are a dysfunctional democracy. We have been since 1990 when the first Bloc traitor, Gilles Duceppe, was elected to the House of Commons.
Our democratic dysfunction was hidden for almost a generation when the Liberals were the only viable governing party. But the merger of the PC and Reform parties into the Conservative Party ended the monopoly over Canadian politics enjoyed by the Liberals during the reign of Jean Chretien. The revised political landscape has revealed a parliament that simply doesn’t work.
It is now a fact of life that in every election a large segment of Quebec voters will abdicate their responsibility to help govern the country and instead elect MPs whose overt goal is the destruction of Canada.
The Bloc Quebecois is not interested in what is best for Canada. It seeks only to extort as much federal tax money as possible before accomplishing its ultimate goal ; the dissolution of the country. In plain language, the Bloc is guilty of treason.
The large number of Bloc members in parliament virtually guarantees an endless series of minority governments with traitors sworn to the destruction of the country holding the balance of power. If that’s not a dysfunctional democracy I’ll eat my hat.
It is also the setup for the ludicrous political dance we witnessed this week. The political gurus were concerned about optics as they fueled up the campaign buses. Specifically they wanted to shift the blame for an unnecessary and unwanted election onto the government. Nice try.
Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff and Duceppe would have us believe their orchestrated efforts to defeat the government were a reaction to Harper’s “undemocratic” ways. You can quit laughing now.
I don’t think we need any lessons in ethics, democracy or integrity from Duceppe. He leads a leads a party comprised of MPs who are breathlessly waiting to collect a rich Canadian pension while they attempt to destroy the country.
Ignatieff’s record on respecting democracy is even worse. After the Liberals were soundly defeated in the last election, Ignatieff signed onto a deal with the Bloc to install Dion as the prime minister. When that coup failed he ascended to the leadership of the Liberal party without bothering with the trivial matter of a leadership race and the uncertainty of a free vote. That’s not a stellar record.
Ignatieff and Duceppe are standing shoulder to shoulder again in the defeat of the Harper government. I think they look good together. If they want an election based on a comparison of records on ethics and respect for democracy good luck to them.
Last week most political pundits were shocked when Jack Layton joined the Bloc/Liberal coalition and voted to defeat the government. Layton has been suffering from ill health and is in obvious pain from a recent hip operation. Climbing in and out of a campaign bus will be a daily test of willpower.
Layton may be hurting but he is also a shrewd politician. Last week the NDP proved to be the real opposition party, a fact that won’t be lost on left-leaning voters. He may even gain a few seats.
But the rest of us will lose every election until the people of Quebec decide to join Canada and defeat the Bloc.
john.snobelen grT sunmedia.ca
Martin Ellacott Report Comment
March 27th 2011, 10:24pm
Quebec is a Provence of traitors.....always has been.....always will be. Best we rid ourselves of this blight on our country at the earliest possible opportunity.
Also, best we council the Feds that when giving a speech or presentation to the people of Canada, do it in English. The last one given by Harper (about the up coming election) was first, and mainly in French......what an insult to Canadians
Rick Plato Report Comment March 27th 2011, 2:30pm
The RCMP should be stationed in the House of Commons and when the BQ refuse to swear allegiance to Canada, they should be escorted out and not allowed back in until they agree to swear allegiance. And abide by it
Jt Stickit Report Comment March 27th 2011, 12:02pm
I have been saying that the Bloc is a treasonous group from day one. The government should grow a set and pass a law that prevents parties like the Bloc from ever being given a seat in Ottawa.
Tony Lam Report Comment March 27th 2011, 4:34am
The British should have finished the job roughly 225 years ago.
Now were paying the price for a bloated, out of touch province that continues to bleed the rest of Canada dry.
Gordon Campbell Report Comment March 26th 2011, 8:07pm
Can we separate from Quebec ?.I’m sick to death of that province of whiny losers,more so in fact than the whiny leftist losers who live in T.O. and complain about their new mayor and vote straight Pinko
Tim Devlin Report Comment March 26th 2011, 4:59pm
Asking Quebec to get rid of the Bloc is like asking a pig to eat with a knife and fork. So long as the Bloc can keep stuffing extra benefits and money into the pockets of greedy Quebecers they will look the other way. They are likely embarrassed but not enough to play on a leve field with the rest of Canada. The Bloc has systematically created a provice driven by greed and entitlement...we’re special, we’re unique....your a pain in the ass is what you are. You speak French Canadian and that isn’t French...ask anyone in Paris. I thought New Foundland spoke another language since I can’t understand half they say so why arn’t the demanding a free ride. Get over yourself...see how much more you get working with Canada than against it.