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Sir Paul McCartney to play on Quebec City's Plains of Abraham

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A new controversy has surfaced over the sites for McCartney's and Céline's shows:

link:

Cyberpresse

One should also know that the Plains, officially the Commission des champs de batailles nationaux/national battlefield commission" is federal property; neither the city nor the province has any power over it.

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Excellent, that way I wont have to waste time reading your "I want to pat the world on the ass and tell it how nice it is garbage". What I find the most amusing is the fact that you and your sheep like breatheren all bleat the same mindless brainwashed pollitically correct spew. Very predictable in fact.

I guess it's easier to recite doctrine than to actually exercise your mind and think for yourself. Or, maybe you just don't have anything to exercise, most likely actually.

Have a nice day singing Kumbayah now.

So sorry, Sir. Perhaps I should follow your highly sophisticated exposition on how the value of individuals is to be measured by whatever ethnic or lnguistic group they belong to (a la "the French contribute nothing of value and should be kicked out of Canada". But I am too brainwashed and unable to exercise my mind to start writing things like "Les Anglais are all pigs and they should be kicked out of Quebec"

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So sorry, Sir. Perhaps I should follow your highly sophisticated exposition on how the value of individuals is to be measured by whatever ethnic or lnguistic group they belong to (a la "the French contribute nothing of value and should be kicked out of Canada". But I am too brainwashed and unable to exercise my mind to start writing things like "Les Anglais are all pigs and they should be kicked out of Quebec"

No one can kick anyone out of a 'province', but country, yes.

The identity of citizens is determined by the name of the country and not personal ethnicity.

Culture is a free flowing process and has been determined that Canada primarily is a White, Christian, English speaking nation.

Government meddling has destroyed free flowing culture and transformed common free flowing culture into total confusion, uncontrolled, irresponsible, undemocratic, extremely costly, state control and undemocratic manipulation of culture in Canada.

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Culture is a free flowing process and has been determined that Canada primarily is a White, Christian, English speaking nation.

So on top of having a limited vocabulary you're also weak in math? or do you employ a plastic definition of the word, primarily?

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No one can kick anyone out of a 'province', but country, yes.

The identity of citizens is determined by the name of the country and not personal ethnicity.

Culture is a free flowing process and has been determined that Canada primarily is a White, Christian, English speaking nation.

Government meddling has destroyed free flowing culture and transformed common free flowing culture into total confusion, uncontrolled, irresponsible, undemocratic, extremely costly, state control and undemocratic manipulation of culture in Canada.

The name of a country only determines the legal identity of its citizens, citizenship being nothing more than a category defined by law. Nationality, on the other hand, is a very personal matter that cannot be defined by legislation; so, oddly, I agree that the social engineering of the Liberal governments since Pearson has been detrimental, rather than beneficial.

But, that has nothing to do with Paul McCartney.

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So on top of having a limited vocabulary you're also weak in math? or do you employ a plastic definition of the word, primarily?

Dancer, your so damn cool, in your own mind.

My definition of the word 'primarily' matches the dictionary definition of 1.- the first importance. 1-b, fundamental, basic.

Obviously you have some sort of a mental block or are in an acute state of denial that prevents you from understanding the reality that Canada's primary culture is White, English speaking Christians, who have developed a vibrant Canadian society.

I mean who the hell do you think educated Quebecers, France.

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The name of a country only determines the legal identity of its citizens, citizenship being nothing more than a category defined by law. Nationality, on the other hand, is a very personal matter that cannot be defined by legislation; so, oddly, I agree that the social engineering of the Liberal governments since Pearson has been detrimental, rather than beneficial.

But, that has nothing to do with Paul McCartney.

Rejecting Canada's culture is being anti- Canadian.

Why don't you move to a country that is accordance and matches your personal nationality.

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Dancer, your so damn cool, in your own mind.

My definition of the word 'primarily' matches the dictionary definition of 1.- the first importance. 1-b, fundamental, basic.

Then we, the dictionary and I both agree your use of the word is incorrect. In Canada English does not have precedence over French.

You use your petard so often, you should have it monogrammed

And I am way past cool, baby...way past...

Edited by M.Dancer

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Canada's primary culture is White.

What is "white culture"?

Why don't you move to a country that is accordance and matches your personal nationality.

Er, ignoring your bludgeoning of the English language, and to answer your question: because I don't have to.

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What is "white culture"?

Er, ignoring your bludgeoning of the English language, and to answer your question: because I don't have to.

Glad you are enjoying the lefts ant like collective.

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Glad you are enjoying the lefts ant like collective.

Pesky ants..and their anti-christism ...and beast like bore you to death collective...individualism! Freedom....and a brave heart --that's all you need to be king.

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What is "white culture"?

There is no serious answer to that question.

Which means I am amply prepared to address it.

Now if the waitress could bring me and my brother an order of dry white toast, four whole fried chicken and a coke, I will begin.

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What is "white culture"?

White culture defines who you are. White culture is part of the Anglosphere which includes the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia and have common sociopolitical heritage and goals.

I don't think there is any clear definition but IMO it is in reference to a dominant culture. This is not to be confused with thinking a dominant culture means a superior culture.

This includes judging values and behaviors and is why Whites sometimes, could be labelled racist and bigots.

This is because Whites only understand success and cannot understand why some individuals of other races choose detrimental lifestyles and actions and customs that are not considered the norm.

Edited by Leafless

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As I said, there's no serious answer to the question, "What is White Culture?", but as the above poster adeptly proves, there's no shortage of ridiculous asinine answers.

Is Leafless by any chance, from Illinois?

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White culture defines who you are. White culture is part of the Anglosphere which includes the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia and have common sociopolitical heritage and goals.

I see. Why, then, are there more countries outside of the Anglosphere than in it with a majority Caucasian population?

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I see. Why, then, are there more countries outside of the Anglosphere than in it with a majority Caucasian population?

Basically because they do not share the same heritage/language and shared values relating to the historical relationship between Great Britain and the U.S. and other English speaking countries.

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Basically because they do not share the same heritage/language and shared values relating to the historical relationship between Great Britain and the U.S. and other English speaking countries.

Har!!! :lol::lol:

You have basically said that nations like Norway, Germany, Sweden or Holland do not have a 'White Culture'.... :lol:

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This is because Whites only understand success and cannot understand why some individuals of other races choose detrimental lifestyles and actions and customs that are not considered the norm.

Gold jerry Gold!

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To send the message

We declare World Contact Day

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Har!!! :lol::lol:

You have basically said that nations like Norway, Germany, Sweden or Holland do not have a 'White Culture'.... :lol:

The English language is an important part of the White, English speaking, Christian culture based on British history.

The countries you mentioned are of the White race but not part of the Anglosphere an important component of the culture associated with the U.S./British White culture I am talking about.

Obviously, there are different White cultures.

Anglosphere:

"the Anglosphere is not a club that a person or nation can join or be excluded from, but a condition or status on a network",[7] and

... as a network civilization ... without a corresponding political form, has necessarily imprecise boundaries. Geographically, the densest nodes of the Anglosphere are found in the United States and the United Kingdom, while Anglophone regions of Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, and South Africa are powerful and populous outliers. The educated English-speaking populations of the Caribbean, Oceania, Africa and India pertain to the Anglosphere to various degrees.[8]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglosphere

For clarification purposes we will name the form of White culture Canada is associated with as the 'White culture of the Anglosphere'.

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./British White culture I am talking about.

Obviously, there are different White cultures.

Anglosphere:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglosphere

For clarification purposes we will name the form of White culture Canada is associated with as the 'White culture of the Anglosphere'.

Gosh you are amusing to say the least....

While I could not find a reference to "white culture of the Anglosphere" in the link you so graciously provided for my amusement, I did find in the definition of anglosphere this:

The educated English-speaking populations of the Caribbean, Oceania, Africa and India pertain to the Anglosphere to various degrees.[8]

Please feel free to comment on the white culture of the Anglosphere of Jamaica and India...

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Gosh you are amusing to say the least....

While I could not find a reference to "white culture of the Anglosphere" in the link you so graciously provided for my amusement, I did find in the definition of anglosphere this:

Please feel free to comment on the white culture of the Anglosphere of Jamaica and India...

These countries as I posted previously "pertain to the Anglosphere to various degrees".

You don't have to be of the White race to be part of and enjoy the benefits of the White Anglosphere culture. And you will not find a definition of the 'White culture of the Anglosphere' as I used that terminology to differentiate it from other White cultures.

Jamaica is a colony of Britain, is mainly Christian and has some British traditions.

India is a former colony of Britain but more importantly was welcomed into the Anglosphere by George W. Bush.

Bush Welcomes India Into the Anglosphere

In the midst of the Iraqi civil war that missed happening and the Dubai port takeover that shouldn’t happen, the Bush administration helped midwife something very right that will have good effects for many decades. President Bush met with India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and welcomed India formally into the nuclear club. India was a nuclear power anyway, whether we welcomed it or not—it exploded its first atom bomb in 1974—but Mr. Bush ratified the obvious as part of a developing “strategic partnership.”

Anglosphere is a word, and a wish, that has been kicking around for a decade or so. It refers to a handful of nations once ruled by Britain—Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Ireland (sorry, Representative King) and Britain itself (so long as it stays out of the E.U.). They share, to some degree, features of the same legal and political systems—common law, democracy, balance of power. They also share the absence of certain other features—men on horseback, putsches. The English language is an unquantifiable accompaniment to the mix. Could the Anglosphere be a force for good in the world, or a force for anything? The special relationship between the United States and Britain that ran through two world wars and two Iraq wars seems to give the Anglosphere idea reality. Does anyone else belong to it?

India’s relation to the Anglosphere began in colonialism. The British in India were an alien, self-segregated ruling class. They built railroads, forbade suttee, ate curry and lived in their clubs. Yet British culture percolated to certain Indian elites, especially Bengali intellectuals. In an early Satyajit Ray film, Charulata, one of the characters, urging his friend to study law in London, breaks out into an English-language rapture on the stepmother country: “The land of Burke! Of Macaulay! Of Gladstone!” Britain’s legacy to independent India was mixed, for it included both parliamentary democracy and socialism; Jawaharlal Nehru had an opportunity to study both at Harrow and Cambridge. But time has winnowed the wheat from the chaff, for democracy remains, despite the hiatus of Indira Ghandi’s emergency rule, while socialism has been consigned to the dunghill.

India now feels a new Anglospheric tug with the blossoming of information technology. The 800 number you dial to order replacement parts or check your bank account connects you to Bangalore, for three reasons. Bangalore has educated, relatively low-wage employees; someone in Bangalore probably wrote the program that makes the system run; and Bangalore, thanks to India’s earlier access to the English language, has the jump on tech centers in other developing nations. So Google fortuitously reaps what Cornwallis and Wellesley sowed—and lays in the seed for later harvests.

http://www.observer.com/node/38526

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