If this definition of genocide is to remain true and we hold to its principles as a country and a democratic coalition dedicated to ensuring that all citizens of the world live free and without fear of being subjected to this sort of threat to their very existence how then does this government of Canada and the international of the world not condemn openly and publicly and even consider taking actions such as sanctions and other penalties against Quebec for the genocide that it is seeking and in fact committing against its English-speaking and non Francophone citizens? I again ask the question,”What will it take to make someone stop the genocide that is happening in Quebec?”
Pauline Maroi’s political platform and priority are based singularly on the social suffering and removal of English-speaking and non Francophone people living in Quebec, by any means necessary. Pauline Marois and her separatist party and followers, fear that their culture, language and very existence is in some way being wiped out by the English minority. I think over the years this problem has been corrected in Quebec and has even become reverse discrimination, by a party that wants to separate from Canada, the Parti Québécois. So again one must ask themselves if it is not equality and a sense of fair play that the separatists and the Parti Québécois are after, then exactly what is it that they are seeking? I would say that they are seeking to do to the English of Quebec and the non Francophones of Quebec what they did to the First Nations People of Quebec and that is to remove their individuality, (culture, language, religion) anything that makes them unique or different and in so doing commit an ethnic, cultural, political and linguistic cleansing of Quebec; in short form, they are trying to achieve the death of the English or non Francophone in Quebec, or in shorter form they ar committing genocide. This is a far cry from the original goal of Rene Levesque’s desire to level the playing field in Quebec and bring the standard of “French people equal to that of English people in Quebec.
The other question is should a party in Canada be allowed to run on a platform that to succeed must commit genocide, or are we in Canada allowing the politicians of Quebec to rewrite the definition of the word genocide to suit its goals? I mean we have the head of a political party in Quebec, Canada, saying there is still after the removal of English as a first language, educational tool, a business tool in Quebec, too much English still being spoken and used in Quebec and now hopes to remove it as a political tool as well. Now although this violates international law and is by international law and Canadian law considered a violation of human rights and considered acts of genocide, the federal government under the leadership of Prime Minister Steven Harper, does nothing. These very same acts have been the cause of the Western alliance and Canada to invade other countries on the behalf of its citizens to ensure their right to survive as a people, federally Canada refuses to put and end to this tyranny and this act of genocide by Quebec politicians and radical party and I question publicly why that is? Should the United Nations and the Western Alliance invade Quebec and force it to comply with international law and the law of Canada and if not why? Can acts of genocide only be recognized in non democratic countries, or countries not so friendly to us as a nation or group of nations?
What is the federal government of Canada waiting for I wonder before it makes the move to set things right again in Quebec? It can not be inequality, because this has been happening for a long time now. It can not be the loss to Canadian citizens in Quebec of their ethnic, religious, cultural, or linguistic rights, because all of these things have been happening in Quebec for long time now, so again I ask what is the federal government of Canada waiting for when it comes to protecting the English-speaking and non Francophone people of Quebec and if Canada will not do it, should the English-speaking and non Francophone people of Quebec be seeking international protection from say the United Nations? I guess I am saying that our right to exist as English-speaking , non Francophones and be equal to our French-speaking neighbours as Canadians is being taken away in every way possible and this in itself is genocide. Now the attempt is being made to remove our political eligibility to run for office and represent ourselves in government is yet another Canadian right guaranteed in the Canadian Charter of Rights being denied to the English and the non Francophone in Quebec and is clearly against the law of Canada. This in my understanding of the international definition of the word constitutes genocide. This makes Quebec guilty of the definition of genocide in all of its examples with the one example of murder not yet being done., so again I am forced to ask, “What will it take to make someone stop the genocide that is happening in Quebec?”
- Do we the English and non Francophone people of Quebec, who I might add are still Canadians and under Canadian law be forced to live on reservations, before what is happening in Quebec is addressed by either the federal government or some other international entity?
- Do we the English and non Francophone people of Quebec have to have our children taken away from us in the middle of the night by Quebec law to be educated in French and have our cultures and any signs of our ethnicity removed from them, before what is happening in Quebec is addressed by either the federal government or some other international entity?
- Do we the English and non Francophone people in Quebec have truly only one chance of getting equality under the law and the very right to exist as Canadian citizens in Quebec a Canadian province, by leaving it, or will the federal government of Canada, or some other international entity recognize and address what is happening in Quebec for what it is, the total wiping out of anything that is not french in language, ethnicity, or cultural, or in any language even French to be defined as genocide?
It is not enough to save the rest of the world from tyranny, oppression with war embargos and sanctions. As a country you must lead by example and show the world through the treatment of your people that you live by the what you preach and respect the laws you seek to have the rest of the world follow. Is Canada better than most countries in this regard? I would say yes. Does this give them the right to allow even one province, one city, or one town to do what is contrary to international law and Canadian law and commit acts of genocide? I say no it does not and until we have cleaned up our own house I feel we have no right to dictate to others how to run their countries and have no business involving ourselves in wars around the globe to supposedly eradicate such actions that we ourselves are allowing to go unchecked in our own country. We should not have to discover large graves of people to recognize ethnic cleaning when we see it. We should not have to see tanks running over protesting people to recognize tyranny and oppression when we see it. We should have to see residential schools to recognize the wiping out of a culture and we should not have to see gas chambers to recognize genocide, when we see it.
Now to th French-speaking people of Quebec who will be denied the right and the decision to educate their children in English and in English schools, ask Pauline Marois and the other high and mighty Bloc Québécois leaders, politicians and big time supporters, where their children attended school, in what language and why? I think that you will find that they attended private English schools outside of Quebec and most outside of Canada. They educated their children in English, so that they would be better prepared to work and compete anywhere in the world, because internationally the working language at the top is English. The sole purpose of getting the average Quebecer to know only one language is to keep your children trapped and forced to work in Quebec, because they can only communicate here, or in another predominately French-speaking place. It is not the English who are holding you back, it is your leaders such as Pauline Marois, who ask you to trap your own children and deny them the same rights to a full education, that will allow them to compete in the world where ever they choose, while extending that right to their own children. This is just one example of the duplicity and hypocrisy that Pauline Marois and Parti Québécois elite are engaging in to keep you and your children obedient servants and foot soldiers trapped in Quebec forever. I ask you this, who is it that really thinks that they are better than you and your children? The international world is not going to change their official business language to suit Quebec, or is Pauline Marois and the Parti Québécois just going to opt out of the international business community like they do in Canada? I ask you the French-speaking citizens of Quebec, “What will it take to make someone stop the genocide that is happening in Quebec?”
Follow up: As you can see below this posting received a bit of attention and that is good. Some agreeing with my point of view and some not, but that is the way it should be. Then there are those who forgot where they were and decided to hurl insults and abuse the privilege extended to them in the form of a comment box and to them I say this, “I feel that I have the right to say what is on my mind and if I am bitter than maybe I have cause to be. I will not lie down and die, or stand by and silently watch, or apologise for speaking what I feel to be the truth, because someone does not like the way it sounds, or looks on them. I try to answer all people who comment on my blog until they become disrespectful and forget that they are in my space and their comments serve no other purpose than to insult me, or others who are sharing their opinions in a respectful intelligent manner. I try to respect the right of everyone to have an opinion and to voice that opinion, even if I do not agree with it and for that reason I have always left my comment box open indefinitely, but recent comments from some pretty despicable people have forced this habit to come to an end. I will now be allowing comments on all of my blogs for as long as the post is the front page, but as soon as another post is published the comment time will expire. In this manner I will no longer be bogged down answering the commenters who surf the net looking for arguments and not the sharing of opinion. Remember it is not your duty to comment on another’s blog site, it is a privilege that they extend to you.
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