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We are all watching, in real time, the death of the Federal Liberal Party. The arguments between Chrétien/Paul Martin, guys like Warren Kinsella/Jean Lapierre getting involved, arguing - that was

Not the death, just a bump in the road but that'll teach them to with a name instead of brains

Not hardly. From what I can gather, Quebecers are largely mystified about what all the fuss is about. OF COURSE a big Quebec company should get special treatment. And all that corruption stuff, meh, t

3 minutes ago, Yzermandius19 said:

Yeah but, until they change the law, it's still more de jure, at least temporarily, which is the cause of Zeitgeist's confusion. Well that and the hysterical nonsense festival that is the CBC has mislead him to the de facto reality.

No need to change the law, Section 33 ftw.

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Now, you can get up to all sorts of other mischief with Section 33, but the purpose of Section 33 is to allow Quebec to not be bilingual, but rather be Francophone, and fuck the English if they don't like it, their Queen says Quebec can do it if Quebec wants to.

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4 minutes ago, August1991 said:

Le Québec, c'est mon amour. 

Ma femme est mon amour, le Canada est simplement un accord de l'Empire britannique, où le Québec est retenu comme prix de la guerre, jusqu'à ce qu'il décide de se libérer de la Couronne britannique, qui est le droit des Québécois, par ordre de la Couronne, que je défends.

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15 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

Ma femme est mon amour, le Canada est simplement un accord de l'Empire britannique, où le Québec est retenu comme prix de la guerre, jusqu'à ce qu'il décide de se libérer de la Couronne britannique, qui est le droit des Québécois, par ordre de la Couronne, que je défends.

Ta vie avec ta femme est ton affaire.

Le Canada n'est pas notre affaire, bien d'accord.

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So why does Quebec receive $10 billion every year from Alberta and Le Devoir always talk about "soutenable".

Make no mistake: I think Canada is a civilized place.

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3 minutes ago, August1991 said:

Ta vie avec ta femme est ton affaire.

Le Canada n'est pas notre affaire, bien d'accord. 

La Couronne britannique est mon affaire, le Canada est simplement la Couronne britannique, le Québec est simplement notre prix de la guerre, par le Traité de Paris de 1763

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4 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

J'aime le Québec, mais le préserver, c'est corrompre le droit britannique au Canada. Il ne peut pas supporter. La Couronne britannique doit être défendue contre tous ses ennemis, qu’ils soient étrangers or domestic.

Moi aussi, j'aime le Québec.

Comment le préserver, voici la quéstion. 

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3 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

La Couronne britannique est mon affaire, le Canada est simplement la Couronne britannique, le Québec est simplement notre prix de la guerre, par le Traité de Paris de 1763

En passant, il y avait deux traités en 1763.

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3 minutes ago, August1991 said:

Moi aussi, j'aime le Québec.

Comment le préserver, voici la quéstion.  

Il n'y a pas de doute, une seule réponse, la réponse est bien connue, comme l'a dit le général de Gaulle, longue vie au Québec sans la Couronne britannique, longue vie à la Couronne britannique sans le Québec

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La France armera le Québec de Nexter VBCI avec la défense active Rhienmetall, le Canada utilisera toujours un LAV américain obsolète.

La Force de défense du Québec sera plus forte que les Forces canadiennes, la France ne ménagera aucune dépense.

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20 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

Faites-vous allusion à la Proclamation royale de George III? 

Not at all.

The Seven Years War (1756-1763) was largely fought between Prussia and Austria. They fought over Saxony, where the first treaty was signed - Hubertusberg. (I've been to the palace, once in East Germany, now under repair.)

England and France got involved, and the second treaty was signed south of Paris - in Fontainebleau.

Stanley Kubrick made an interesting movie about this period of history.

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The treaty which made the British Empire is the treaty wherein the House of Bourbon ceded New France and India to the House of Hanover.

Barry Lyndon is a cinematic masterpiece, but I fail to see how it shapes the future of Canadian Confederation.

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15 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

The treaty which made the British Empire is the treaty wherein the House of Bourbon ceded New France and India to the House of Hanover.

No, there were two treaties: Hubertusberg and Fontainebleau.

 

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Anyways, the House of Bourbon is defunct, the Americans purchased Louisiana from Bonaparte,  and the Germans crushed the Third Republic in the Franco-Prussian War, so the Treaty of Fountainbleu is as about as moot as moot can get.

Hanover on the other hand, is still amongst Huronia, George III is not defunct, Liz Windsor is his heir.

North German Protestants for the win, America, India, and France, all would kneel before North German Zod, until the Americans bucked the rider, proving themselves to be more British than even the British

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1 hour ago, Yzermandius19 said:

America is more de facto bilingual, and Canada is more de jure bilingual. You seem to think that because Canada is more de jure bilingual, that it must also be more de facto bilingual as well, but that is not the case.

Dougie Knows.

You’re very wrong.  We grow up learning French in English schools and French immersion programs are very popular in English Canada.  

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17 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

Anyways, the House of Bourbon is defunct, the Americans purchased Louisiana from Bonaparte,  and the German's crushed the Third Republic in the Franco-Prussian War, so the Treaty of Fountainbleu is as about as moot as moot can get.

No, it's not moot.

Many people (French/English/Catholic/Women/Men/Protestant.....) see themself, consider that they are downtrodden, victims.

Yet, as people around the world, we have never lived as well.

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Indeed, ordinary people around the world are living so well that we are now causing environmental problems.

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38 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

La France armera le Québec mieux que le Canada, le Québec aura Dassault Rafale tandis que le Canada utilisera toujours le Hornet australien

France sold out New France through the Treaty of Paris.  What obligation does France now feel towards Quebec?   Canada is part of the Commonwealth and the BNA Act enshrined French language and cultural protections.  

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