VIDEO: Political violence not welcome in Canada

- September 6th, 2012

Categories: Politics

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5 comments

  1. Loulou says:

    I don’t think sooo .. Did you know that Mme. Marois has put a school option to the young kids to learn English (primary school ) Obligatory and after to the secondary as well. I think she will give the opportunity to the kids to learn English to make a stronger youth for the future !
    PEACE !!! NO WAR PLEASE !

  2. Bill Elder says:

    Political assassinations, and mass shootings in Canada – let’s take stock shall we – TD McGee, Pierre Laporte, Dennis Lortee at the legislature, unnamed nutter attempted assassination of Pauline Marois at the PQ HQ. Then there are the notorious mass shootings – Gamil Gharbi (Mark Lepine) at L’ecole Politechnique, Valery Fabrikant at Concordia, Kimveer Gill at Dawson college (All Quebec’s mass shooters were fully licenced and vetted by Quebec police, all had histories of mental disorder).

    Anyone see a pattern here?

    A) Quebec has an armed violence problem out of all proportion to the rest of Canada
    B) All these shootings were either in schools or political venues where the nutter was sure to find unarmed victims in “gun free zones”.

    Reason and logic would normally dictate that:
    A)Quebec has a unique problem with armed nutters
    B)Quebec police have dropped the ball in the background check needed for gun licence applicants
    C)Quebec has the sole distinction of the armed political assassination and mass shooting center of the nation
    The above FACTS cast a cynical eye on the politicians who want to use the Quebec situation to model gun control for the rest of the nation. Perhaps Quebec should have its own exclusive gun control regime, it seems the vast majority of heinous gun violence is centered in Quebec. Of course this solution was put forward to a pressured federal government 20 years ago when they were crafting the draconian reactionary gun laws that the rest of the nation’s legitimate hunters and target shooters have suffered under as pre-crime suspects – but reason and civility was drown out by the pitch of hysterical screeching coming from UN/partisan NGOs, the consensus media and hoplophobic demagogues.

    The result was a civilly unjust law conceived in a pall of reactionary hysteria. Harper has tried to right some of the civil injustice this type of legislating has wrought on many innocent Canadians but still the shrill din of the hysterics still attempts to drown out reason and civil justice.

  3. John P. says:

    Greetings;

    Your racist and xenophobic comments on french Canadians have no place on a national TV station. Your lack of understanding of Quebec politics make your views on the elections one sided and irrelevant.

    I had no idea it had come to this, since when does anti-Quebec propaganda has a place on National TV. Your comments where offending, racists, xenophobic and your information was wrong. More research should have been done to present the political issues from an unbiased perspective. I would ask for an apology, but I guess your narrow minded view of the French Canadians wouldn’t allow for that.

    I think that it is because of journalists just like your self that their is so much hatred towards the French Canadians. We are not the big bad wolf you wish us to be, we are not all separatist, we are not the reason Canada is not going well, we are not trying to break up Canada.

    We are trying to find a place for ourselves free from the hatred and misconception that you are fueling with your remarks. If it can be within a strong and united Canada free from corruption I would be more then happy. If that cannot happen I would also be has happy to see a new country born.

    Please try to understand the issues from our point of view, try to understand how such hateful and inaccurate comments can make us feel.

    Regards;

    A French Canadian tired of the persecution!

  4. Brian Mouland says:

    Hate the PQ but the actions of Mr.Bain are wrong,wrong,wrong

  5. Bill Elder says:

    Hey John P – have any intelligent counter argument aside from trying to shut down the open dialogue with libelous accusation?

    These whining victimhood theatrics are getting stale. Quebec has always had a place in Canada’s history and this nation’s heart, but bedwetting entitlement/victimhood snivellers are straining that long time relationship.

    Either you are an equal partner in this confederation or you are not. We all pull our weight, shlder our constitutional responsibilities and build the nation. No one is “special” but all are equal. If that sentient constitutes “racism” then perhaps your delusions are too pathalogical to be solved politically.

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