François Legault is writing the PQ’s future for them

Francois Legault

New year, new signs of internal strife with our dear friends in the PQ.

One of these sources of strife I knew was keen to bust out sooner rather than later. 

Former PQ leadership hopeful and self-appointed party hippie, Martine Ouellet, put down her patchouli bong down just long enough to engage  PKP in a fight over the environment.

Jesus…who would’ve thought a dude who built his empire by cutting millions of trees might not get along with a tree-hugger? And I thought the doubters were just being pessimists. 

Anyhow, this sentiment of bad blood has now been exacerbated by the party faithful demanding that their Supreme Overlord ditch his vice-Supreme Overlord, Pierre Duchesne. Full details on this cafeteria food fight ici.

What I’m loving most in all this is that François Legault is playing this up like a friggin’ champ.

Exhibit #1:  Des députés péquistes songent à rejoindre la CAQ, selon Legault

Now, let’s just remember for a second that the last time a PQ mutiny resulted in seeing some of its caucus jump to the CAQ didn’t turn out so well. François Rebello was dumped by his electorate in his first test under the CAQ colours.

Daniel Ratthé was preemptively dumped by the PQ over rumors he was thinking of joining the CAQ. He sat as an independent until the prophecy became self-fulfilling and he did join the CAQ…until the CAQ dumped him over legal troubles.

In that time, the PQ lost 7 members in quick succession. 

The CAQ isn’t as hot today as it was then (ghost polls at the time showed them winning the NA with an avalanche). However, Legault sees that with the PQ polling like it is, the CAQ is quickly becoming a defacto hotter option.

Which is why he followed the jab in exhibit #1 with this nasty uppercut:

Legault écarte toute fusion entre la CAQ et le PQ

Talk about firing a shot across the bow!

Legault is making it clear that if anyone in the PQ really wants to join him to beat the Liberals it shall be under the terms of adhesion to the CAQ and NOT by way of a coalition.

I know you’re not surprised, but we’re on the cusp of a tectonic shift and Legault can already feel the tremors.

When Mathematics Are Actually Fun!

Coming back to Martine Ouellet – the rift between her and the Supreme Overlord were inevitable and her future is better suited by QS than with her present party.

That would be one péquiste gone from the ranks, the PQ down by one.

Rumors are swirling that Chicoutimi, left vacant by Stéphane Bédard in October might not be the PQ stronghold its been known to be since 1973. That appears to be all the more reason by tensions are mounting in the party.

Given that Chicoutimi is so ardently separatist, there is a strong likelihood, it could fall into the CAQ’s hands.

CAQ goes up by one.

The PQ would now find itself with 28 seats to the CAQ’s 21.

Dangerous territory.

If Legault could sway only four MNAs away from the PQ, he would form the official opposition.

Know who else realizes this? That’s right – every single member of the PQ.

At the rate that he’s playing up the strife in the PQ right now, Legault could very well find himself in a position that would assure him his best election results to date in the next election.

Wendy Ramsey (AKA Cutie) March 3, 1942 – November 4, 2015

Since the days of No Dogs or Anglophones, I have been in communication with one of the blog’s most prolific commenters, Wendy Ramsey, better known under the handle Cutie. She was going by the handle Brodie when commenting on this blog.

Unfortunately, Wendy had been diagnosed with cancer last year.

She managed to fight the disease off for a lot longer than expected. Since we emailed each other semi-frequently, I noticed that the last email I had sent her had not been responded to.

Finally, after three weeks, I feared the worst and decided to check.

Some people both on No Dogs and here would come down on Wendy for being so terse in her stance. Had they gotten to know her better, they would have seen that this stance stems from very strong convictions.

She was ardently opposed to the separatist movement for the very fact that it was designed to breed resentment and suspicion of ‘les autres’.  She was a remarkably sweet woman who held her family close to her heart.

Wendy Ramsey  – March 3, 1942 – November 4, 2015

Checkmate – Innu Chief Plays the Parti Quebecois

quebec french indian war

Confession: When Innu leader Ghislain Picard declared himself to be an “Innu and a sovereignist” at a meeting with 350 PQ delegates, and the crowd was almost instantly inebriated by the words, I thought we had another political opportunist on our hands.

I know this crowd very well, so it is no with the slightest hint of arrogance that I paraphrase the collective thought in their heads:

“Aaawww shiiit. We have a prominent Indian among us.

This.

Is.

Awesome”

Oh yes…it was awesome…for about 10 seconds.

That’s when Picard reached for the hot water knob and turned the separatist shower circle-jerk into a very cold one. “What I meant was, I’m an Innu sovereignist.”

Checkmate.

From what was reported, Picard invited himself to the delegates meeting.

Very apparent that no one took the time to do any foreshadowing into what exactly Picard’s agenda might be.

With typical PQ arrogance, they assumed that Picard was seeking an alliance of sorts and this would help his “tribe” score points with a community that has long ignored the Francophone sovereignist movement.

While Picard’s disruption of the PQ meetup might not be the type of news to rattle a province, it still rattles a cage most sovereignists wish would be left forgotten by the public.

If Canada is divisible, why not Quebec?

That’s where the fun part comes in.

PFK, Martine Ouellet and Bernard Drainville, did their very best to circumvent the big question that has long plagued their movement, but were eggshell-careful NOT to offend or antagonize the one minority that commands more sensitivity than their own movement.

Who’s Behind This?

This kind of antagonism is just too sweet and perfect to pass up to chance.

I mean, this is the absolute most damning counter-argument to the separatist argument that “we were here first and we just want to preserve our way of life”. 

For the PQ to justify their “Quebec is indivisible” argument to the Native community is like a drunken frat-boy trying to justify a rape joke at a women’s shelter.

The First Nations are exactly what their name implies – they precede all European colonizers, be they English or French. How can the PQ keep their possible preserve their divisible Canada POV, while defending their indivisible Quebec ideal in the balance?

Truth of course is they can’t.

To oppose Native autonomy within their borders would be the greatest of infractions against their movement, the ultimate suicide.

Yet, to not oppose it, lends legitimacy to Anglos and Allophones seeking to declare Montreal and its suburbs as a separate, divisible interest in the event that Quebec separates from Canada.

I can’t help but think that the Couillard government put Picard and his crew up to this. Or, for that matter, maybe Justin Trudeau had a playbook left to him from his father and this was one of the top ten in the agenda.

Either way, Picard gave federalist Canada one of the sweetest gifts it could ever ask for.

Whatever the case, I’m relishing the Schadenfreude.

PS – Why the picture of the toilet? It’s a reminder. See, lots of arrogant self-important separatists like to think Quebec was built on love and civility and that’s why “they’re so different”. Truth is all colonialism is based on bloodshed. That latrine you see in the picture is a reminder of French troops deliberately building their latrines over Native burial grounds as a means to establish dominance. (yes, they did indeed do this, but seppies don’t like you bringing it up).

Je Me Souviens

1995 quebec referendum

It was a night I won’t ever forget.

It was the first time I’d ever been in a bar that was solidly packed with people (who of course were imbibing the nectar of the Gods)…yet you could hear a pin drop.

Even through the commercial breaks that occasionally interrupted the coverage of the referendum, nary a word was spoken.

From what Jean-François Lisée described in his new book, the atmosphere was much the same in the hotel room Parizeau and his cohorts rented for the evening.

“Jamais deux sans trois”

As a federalist, you’re likely tempted to gloat and rejoice over the present state of the separatist movement.

This is why I’ve posted that picture in today’s post.

While the YES side presently has about 36% of the vote these days and 7 out of 10 youths oppose sovereignty, that doesn’t mean it’s over.

The only time the threat would truly be over is if the separatist threat were ruled an action of sedition and formally outlawed, but this will never happen as it’s a violation of the constitution.

While I find that the best the sovereignist movement could come up with to commemorate the 1995 referendum is laughable, doesn’t mean they’re not working on other designs.

Example?

Let’s not forget what the ADQ pulled off in 2007 with the ‘accommodement raisonnable’ movement. It struck such a chord with the Quebecois that the PQ campaigned on it in the last election several years afterward…

…and it led to the ridiculous covered-faces movement in the recent federal elections.

It’s been almost a decade since Mario Dumont first pushed this vile idea forward and the open resentment and seething contempt of others  it helped breed remains as hot today is it did the day the JdM ran pieces on Muslims demanding swimming pools free of female presence.

While the federalist side celebrates a victory and enjoys a comfortable lead on their opponents on this 20th anniversary of the referendum, just remember to stay frosty.

Remember there are men and women in the backrooms whose entire jobs consist of manufacturing tension, resentment and intolerance as a means to sways public “opinion” to their side.

The Eyes of the Beer Holder

Tits Mcgee

Today is Back to the Future II day.

Do you have any idea how much I worshiped at the altars of that movie?

I was a pretty depressed kid in junior high.

Everything about life at that age was more than I could handle – school was incompatible with my ADHD, I hated all the other kids (and they hated me right back), was dying of boredom in the suburbs and really having a lot of trouble with my parents.

So when this installment of the BTTF series arrived, it served as a gateway to a parallel universe where I pictured myself on a hoverboard and doing all the cool shit only a time machine could allow you to do.

Wanna give me shit about not doing my homework?

Fuck you – I’ll go for a walk in the woods and fantasize about going to the year 2022 and watch holograms portray a live enactment of Star Wars.

Who the hell needed real life anyway?

I’ll never regret having been born with a vivid imagination, but let me tell you, it sure does come with its share of handicaps.

As I grew into adulthood, I stumbled through a lot of social situations. See, while others were making an effort to integrate with each other, I did a pretty good job of living inside my own little bubble…

…a bubble with an entirely different set of rules and customs.

Once I started to make more of an effort to integrate, I realized just how much of a hole I had dug for myself.

This also extended to my professional life.

ADHD affected how well I did at learning new shit and giving up was easy, especially when you had a cool sub-reality to lose yourself in.

I sank my focus into what was stimulating enough to hold my attention – writing prose and collecting stuff (something about hunting items until I have them all was extremely engrossing).

Turns out neither of my interests were very promising and I was finally forced to apply myself to learning new professional skills that could pay the bills.

I guess you could say that, though it took a while, my re-integration was the equivalent of taking off the beer goggles and seeing things for what they really were.

It wasn’t easy, but then again, nothing worthwhile ever is.

Macking on a ‘2’ like she’s a ’10’

Our separatist friends refuse to take off their beer goggles.

Deep down in the sub-cockles of their hearts, they know the separatist lie they bed down each night is a Ratchet and not the super-model they gleefully pretend it to be.

Such is the fate of he or she who refuses an ugly truth for a beautiful lie.

I could go over some of the many comments that purport the ten seat the Bloc nabbed as some kind  of victory, but I’d just be covering familiar ground.

The fact that the PQ was only a few chairs shy of forming the secondary opposition in 2014 is indicative that quite a few people are tossing off their goggles.

The fact that the Bloc obtained ten seats with 19.5% of the vote this election as opposed to the four seats they picked up in 2011 with 25% of the vote shows us that their victory truly was a result of strategic voting.

Had the NDP been showing greater signs of sinking Harper’s battleship, the comments section of the JdM would’ve have been a little more dour.

Tell you this much – were Quebec to ever separate, I’d love to watch these minions stumble as their cushy little virtual reality becomes the real thing and they have to start taking action and responsibility. 🙂

2015 Live Election Coverage

2015 federal election

Ready for the pajama jams to end all other pajama jams?

I’ll be at the trusty ‘puter to follow the elections in live time after polling closes... 🙂

  • Got my beer ready and can’t wait – 45 minutes to go.
  • If the Poll Tracker is anything to go by (usually is) – The Bloc could see as many as 7 seats by night’s end.
  • Polls have closed in Newfoundland – first taste of next parliament jsut minutes away.
  • Damn! Libs leading in 3 NFLD ridings already.
  • 1st seat of the night goes to the Libs
  • Judy Foote clinches the 2nd Liberal seat of the night
  • Quebec votes are now being tallied
  • 5 Seat lead for the Libs
  • 10 Seats for the Libs and we might just be looking at a Red Wave
  • I’m excited – We’re still not done in the Maritimes and we’ve seen a LOT of change so far…can’t wait until counting begins in Kwe-bec
  • Really feeling for P.E.I MP Gail O’Shea – loved for her work and devotion, but dumped for the greater good. #CollateralDamage
  • Will Quebec turn the tide? To tell you the truth, I’d have more worries for the NDP than the Bloc at this point…
  • Really wanted to call CTV out for arrogance, but they have it covered. Cons only just elected their first MP now, after the Libs are already 31 deep.
  • Bloc has 8 leads – can they hold on?
  • Louis Plamondon, the Bloc’s resident career politician retains his (lonely) seat
  • It’s official – Justin Trudeau is our new prime minister
  • With only one seat, the BQ is OFFICIALLY DEAD 🙂 

Will Monday Prove A Historic End?

canada federal leaders

This morning, I was running through various Canadian media outlets and got to thinking about how this ONE election stands to mark such a substantial wave of change in Canadian politics.

I’m talking about the leaders.

I think we stand to lose more of them this election than any other.

Justin Trudeau is the only one who’ll still be standing, peut importe the outcome. Much as I dislike the guy, I have to give credit where it’s due: we all set the bar so low for the Fabio of politics that rising to the occasion was a cake-walk.

Look, let’s all be honest here – it seems pretty clear at this point that the Libs are going to put it away, albeit as a minority. However, even if he secure the Big Job I still believe the Libs would have kept him around for another run, understanding that with a little more age, he might come into his own by 2019.

Harper’s a total goner. Let’s face it, even if he pulls off a last-minute upset and holds on to power, he’ll be doing so with a minority government. You cannot render a control-freak impotent and expect a favorable outcome.

Whether he forms a minority government  or official opposition, Harper will see his lack of a majority victory as a sign that his time in politics has reached its best-by date. Actually, given that he’s been hanging out with Canada’s most infamous crackhead in a bid for last-minute votes, I think Harper already knows how Tuesday morning will begin.

Mulclair is no Jack Layton.

Technically, even Jack Layton wasn’t really Jack Layton – he was just an elevated former Toronto city Councillor who managed to strike upon the right formula at the right time to turn momentum in his party’s favor and worked it to maximum effect.

Even if Mulclair had discovered a similar formula, he just doesn’t have the charm to pull it off. He’s also severely lacking in the integrity department and  I truly believe this  is what tanked him. Sure, some argue its his rigid defense of the niqab (I do actually give the man points for that one). Others claim it was his aggressive debating style which made even Harper appear more amiable a person.

Personally, I believe that once you burn your integrity in politics, you are done and you can count on Mulclair calling it a career on Monday night. You just simply cannot justify blowing a lead as huge as the NDP had in the early going of the election.

So that’s two leaders you won’t be seeing in the house of commons anymore in a couple of days.

Gilles Duceppe…should never have come back.

Ever had that morbid urge to go on Youtube to watch a video depicting a Boeing nosediving into the tarmac and bursting into flames? That’s the BQ in 2011.

It’s as if Duceppe decided to hit the playback button on that video so that he could experience the sensation of having the hull of his aircraft rupture one more time and feel his political career once again get engulfed in flames.

The man is almost 70, so count on this being the last hurrah. Polls are showing that he’s trailing in his own riding, so I can’t see his outcome being anything more than a repeat of 4 years ago.

3 down…next:

Elizabeth May. Ugh. [shaking head while writing].

I may not have a friend like Doc Emmett Brown, but I can tell you this – if I got into a flying DeLorean and visited the year 2155…you know what Id’ see?

The Green Party of Canada would still not be in power! In fact, do you know how many seats they’ll have in the year 2155?

Three seats – c’est tout.

Yup, at the rate they’re going, count on this upstart collective of patchouli addicts to grow by one seat every generation. But here’s the thing – nothing will dislodge Elizabeth May.

This woman has few prospects waiting for her in the private sector. When she still had not made it into the House of Commons after her first bid, May tried to Cheez Whiz her way in with a senate appointment.

Even if she loses her seat, count on May to talk her party into keeping her in place a little longer so that she can draw a salary from the party purse.

Can you indulge me just one more little prediction? SVP?

OK – here goes. Trudeau wins a minority. Harper quits. His replacement sucks dog balls. Trudeau seizes on the opportunity, calls an early election and secures an easy majority.

Rumors of this blog’s demise have been greatly exaggerated

I know, I know…my consistency has been nothing short of shit over the past couple of months.

First there was the summer break, which I thought was just fine, because there really was little going on in the political arena.

Then summer ended and…not a whole lot happened when the assembly re-convened.

It’s just been so silent.

Sure, I could be talking up the federal election, but honestly, it really has failed to engage me.

Can I be perfectly honest?

Every single candidate this time around is a total asshole.

All of them.

Harper’s still the pickle-butt control freak he’s always been (BTW, for those of you who aren’t in the know, he’s actually a robot known as Conservatron).

Trudeau is a vapid pretty boy D-Bag who doesn’t hold a candle to his father’s legacy.

Mulclair is a Machiavellian piece of shit. While I can say I don’t trust any of these men, Mulclair  is the least trustworthy and got nailed hard on one of his longest-standing lies (the Mont Orford story). I truly believe he would have joined the Conservatives if they offered him a better deal.

As for Duceppe, well, what do you want me to say? Not only will the Bloc fumble even harder this election than the last, it looks like Gilles won’t even win his riding – two consecutive humiliations.

This whole flame-out with Duceppe and the Bloc also explains why I’ve been absent – the PQ seems to have gone radio-silent in its support of Duceppe and PKP has slinked away into the shadows.

He did however, come out into the light to introduce a candidate for his own for the coming provincial by-elections. Oh, and while PKP was out in the light, he profited from the occasion to deliver this little nugget to his news agency.

So can you understand why I’ve been dragging the ol’ heels? 

Added Notes:

During the PQ leadership race, I made predictions about seeing a few MNAs cutting out on the party, with the leading reason being that PKP is an insufferable tyrant.

So far, two have left, one for health reasons, the other for reasons I can’t even remember.

I have a feeling that my long-standing prediction that JF Lisee will be the next man out.

He just released a book in which he poo-poos the last referendum and talks up where the effort went wrong (funny how separatists are only realizing this 20 years later).

So far, the book has enraged Parizeau’s widow, Lisette Lapointe, who publicly lashed out at Lisee and it’s worth pointing out that PKP is only mentioned once in the whole thing, which is quite odd.

I have to admit that Lisee does intrigue me. He’s proven me right in my assertion that he is a total sociopath. I mean the guy is heavily disliked within his own party, got no support from any members during his leadership run and yet, he continues to stick around.

This is why the one change I’m making to my prediction is that I no longer see him quitting, but being ousted for being so douchey, not even a gang of separatists can tolerate him.

While we’re on the topic of assholes, let’s touch down on the French.

By now everyone’s heard of their reputation as smarmy snobs with attitudes, but I always thought it’d be different for me given that I’m from Quebec. Not so.

Thanks to The Cat for sharing  this link in which you can see what the French truly think of their western cousins

 

No, really…everything’s fine, just fine!

hitler youth quebec

Fall session at the National Assembly finally begins today, but we’ve already been getting a deluge of political candy. I almost don’t know where to begin.

Well, since school is starting up, let’s talk about education. With the OUI option continuing to dwindle to its lowest point since gaining momentum in the late 60s, the separatists have decided it may be time to switch from preaching sovereignty…to teaching it.

This is not a new idea.

An attempt was made 10 years ago with a school book that drew nothing but ire from all directions. More recently, Marie Malavoy tried to pitch a formal sovereignist curriculum in public schools. That didn’t fly either.

This of course, will not deter Quebec’s own Richie Rich, monsieur PFK, from trying to launch a separatist school. 

This seppie school news also happens to be coupled with another event, namely a book launch, Le livre qui fait dire oui.

The irony of it all?

Yet, if you ask any hardcore separatist what’s up with the state of their movement and they’ll swear up-and-down that everything is peachy-keen and that “freedom” but is a couple of years away.

They’ll swear that most Quebeckers truly want to separate and deep down inside, they know what’s to be gained.

Then why do we need a research institute on sovereignty (this is another of PFK’s plans), a separatist school and that new book from Option Nationale?

Very weird.

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Things are going so well for the sovereignist movement that not only has Mario Beaulieu called on Gilles Duceppe to step in and take over the BQ ranks to help preserve hope for the dying political party, but this phenomenon is extending itself to the provincial level.

Sol Zanetti might have been smiling brightly for the cameras during the launch of his new book, but if things are going so well, why is he offering to pull a Mario and transfer leadership of Option Nationale back to his predecessor, Jean-Martin Aussant? 

I mean, take a look at how things went for the Bloc after Gilles reprised his role. We saw a momentary uptick in the polls, and then, in the time it takes throw back a pint of Boreale on a hot summer day, the Bloc went right back down to the basement.

Aussant is no Duceppe, so if Gilles can’t resurrect the BQ, Aussant will not accomplish much in breathing life into a political party that has never really had what we can call true life.

At least Sol had his book launch so he could feel important for a couple of hours.

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You might think my using a picture of the Hitler Youth to contrast what PFK’s separatist schools are reminiscent of to be harsh, but in case you do, take a look at this design used by the makers of a sovereignist beer:

biere souvrainiste

Quebec’s Provost Emerges

Bernard Drainville mesquinEver read the novel King Rat by James Clavell?

When PFK released details of his phantom cabinet yesterday, this book came to mind, especially as far as Bernie Drainville is concerned.

So here’s a little background on the premise for King Rat: it takes place in a Japanese POW camp situated in Singapore (WWII). This POW camp is the most populous of all the Japanese camps and contains prisoners from the US, UK, other parts of Europe.

The Rat King has two alpha males, one’s an American who’s taken to breeding rats whose meat he trades to fellow prisoners (hence why he’s King Rat).

The other is a Brit who follows rules like his life depends on it, because he’s the camp provost. Actually, the POW camp is actually good for the Brit, because he has a degree of status there, whereas back home in Britain, he’s an unaccomplished nobody.

These two alpha males don’t get along very well at all, with the Brit always looking for ways to screw the American.

In this reality, Quebec is the POW camp.

PFK the American.

Drainville the Brit (Hey, he loves Churchill!).

I don’t care what kind of smile PFK & Bernie plaster onto their faces when posing for cameras together.  Anyone with even an acute ability to read between the lines can pick up on the palpable loathing they have for each other.

Either way, in ceding his dream of becoming the PQ’s Don to PFK, Bernie has cemented a degree of future rule over the party.

How so?

Well, most Canadians have gotten very accustomed to seeing interim leaders as little more than seat-warmers until the new “real leader” takes the reigns.

The reality is that an interim leader CAN be ratified into the permanent leader of the party. 

Bernie knows this. 

In order for this to happen,  you’d require a party convention to approve it.

Bernie knows this too.

In order to get approval, you only have to make sure you get the right people on your side.

Yup, you guessed it – Bernie knows this.

Let’s take a look at the hard facts about the Parti Quebecois – they are a hard-scrabble group of men and women who will not hesitate in the least to stab each other in the back.

The PQ is well known for unceremoniously dumping its leaders after defeat. Pauline Marois has lodged a few knives in the backs of former colleagues much and that’s why she bailed before the jackals had the chance to stick their knives in her back.

Once PFK fails in his bid to lead Quebec (and believe me, he will), the PQ faithful will again start craving the familiar taste of blood and cast PFK out of their sect.

By that point, not only will Bernie be the interim leader, he’ll have four years of backroom seeding to cultivate.

Literal Phantom Cabinet

I’ve already made my predictions about PQ ministers bailing from the ship and now that the phantom cabinet has been announced, I think those bodies will be jumping ship.

While many believe that Stéphane Bédard will be leaving after being relieved of his role as leader, I think he’ll be around for as long as the electorate keeps voting him in. 

Jean-François Lisée still tops my list. The only reason he wasn’t shit-canned was to maintain appearances.

Martine Ouellet will certainly butt heads with  PFK. This is just plain inevitable. I don’t know when she’ll bail, after all, she stayed in the leadership race despite having no chance of winning, but count on her either sitting as an independent or quitting politics altogether. No, she will not go to QS. I see the same outcome for Véronique Hivon.

I seriously François Gendron will run again as he’s almost 71 now and certainly in line for a posh retirement.

You can also kiss Hochelaga MAN Carole Poirier goodbye. In 2014, Quebec Solidaire missed her by only 4%. 

What this means for the PQ’s Rat King:

  1. A party that is losing more and more sitting members with each passing election
  2. A party that continues to decline in the polls with each passing year

By the time Bernie finally accomplish his goal of becoming the PQ’s commander, he’ll be leading little more than shell of party which will likely be little more than 2nd opposition come 2018…but at least he’ll be king!

Bonus Round:

Found this comment from a separatist who voted “Yes” in 1995 and what turned him away from the movement once and for all:

Drainville est probablement le politicien le plus vil au Québec, et ils sont nombreux. En fait j’avais voté oui en 1995, malgré tous les problèmes qui seraient arrivés, inévitablement après une indépendance. Je connais très bien la Canada anglophone, peuplé en grande partie de gens sensés, démocrates, mais je jugeais à ce moment que l’indépendance était une solution préférable.

Ce qui m’a fait changer, pour toujours, c’est la charte, ou la société québécoise sans retenue aucune, a montré sa xénophobie, voir un racisme écoeurant, encouragé sciemment par le PQ, des gens sans foi ni loi comme MBC chauffant la foule, hurlant à la disparition des québécois francophones, des menaces imaginaires, la dénonciation de gens qui ne demandent qu’a vivre en paix…

La dérive se poursuit quand on voit les jeunes du PQ qui désiraient se rapprocher du Front National en France.

Derrière ceci, cette charte, un politicien sans scrupule, sans honneur, mettant sur le même pied, dans une commission parlementaire, des druides, les recteurs des universités, manipulant des gens faibles et incultes comme les malheureux Pineault-Caron, ridiculant l’institution ou doit se dérouler le débat public, ou nous sommes tous représentés, s’il ne s’était s’agit que de lui, passe encore, mais ce qui se mettait un place c’était une xénophobie d’état, sur le dos de communautés instrumentées sans vergogne…

Ajoutons les mensonges sur les hommes et les femmes qui n’auraient pas perdu leurs emplois, madame Marois ayant finalement concédés que ceci n’était pas vrai.

Ensuite notre populiste au grand coeur se précipite pour diriger les forces vives de la nation et sentant la possibilitée de terminer en quatrième position, toute honte bue, alors qu’il vomissait sur le prétendant numéro 1, annonce piteusement son ralliement, sentant que là se situait sa seule chance de retrouver ses fesses dans le siège d’une limousine ministérielle.

On peut l’imaginer ministre de la propagande et des basses oeuvres, il a déjà des modèles à copier..

Cet homme est un laquais servile, sans honneur, sans principes, la main du maître vient de caresser son encolure, il se sent suffisament méprisé pour se justifier immédiatement..la honte de la charte le poursuivra pour toujours..je considère que les sbires comme Drainville sont des dangers pour la démocratie, pour notre vivre ensemble.