The worst of the worst

Given the recent events surrounding PKP,  I wanted to address the redundancies commonly regurgitated by separatists.

It never ceases to amaze me just how hypocritical e sovereignist camp happens to be.

For the sake of brevity however, I’m going to bust this up into two pieces.

Today I’m going to line the ducks up for you.

Once those ducks have been lined up, part two is where we start playing a very fun little game.

The Pandora’s Box Is Now Open Wide

Now that PKP has readily admitted that he contravened the code of ethics, many seppies are not only finding ways to justify his actions, they’re also trying to point the finger at the Liberals, La Presse, the Desmarais family/ Power Corp and claim that they’re fairly picking on Peladeau.

To date, I’ve only found ONE avowed separatist bring PKP’s behaviour into question…just one.

Even the ragged, toothless hick known as Victor Levy-Beaulieu came out in defence of PKP. Seriously, are you fucking kidding me?

Anyhow, PKP’s support base in this matter looks like it’ll be relegated to the lunatic fringe, and not from his cabinet.

So far, Stephane Bedard and Agnes Maltais have been (wisely) remaining silent on the matter.

A radio station broadcasted recorded footage of those two PQ MLAs pressuring David Whissel for the exact same thing back in 2009.

While separatists are notorious for their short memories, I think this is recent enough. With the Whissel affair so clearly out in the open, Maltais and Bedard had best keep mum if they value their political careers.

The Knuckle-Dragging Contingent Takes Arms

People are silently begging to be led.

Not sure where I first heard that one, but with the seppies, they aren’t silent about the fact that they want a strong sovereignist leader to shackle their necks and lead them to the “promised land.”

Yet, with their leaders in Quebec City remaining mum about the whole PKP affair, they feel abandoned and therefore, their frustration has reached new heights.

Now this is the part where I line up the ducks for you, as mentioned earlier in this post.

The peeps you’re about to meet truly define the term ‘militant’.

Believe me, when you bring it up straight facts that paint an unfavourable image of one of their sovereignist leaders on Twitter, they get pretty upset.

Feel free to badger them…

Michel Laurence

Jean Nasse

Helene O’Hara   Don’t let the Irish name fool you, this sovereignist cow has been begging for the pasture for a while now.

Francois Lemay

Madeleine Millette

Lespatriotesatnq

Benoit Lajeunesse

Ode BoShe’s a poet and a visual artist, which effectively means she’s on welfare and has a hate-on for anyone who might suggest she pull her socks up and start earning her own money.

Sophie Stanke Like other washed-up, unaccomplished actors before her, Stanke took her frustrations to the sovereignist movement.

Robert Deragon

Marie Imalta P-Lys 

David Doyon

Just so you know…these guys are the worst of the lot, so if you fire an arrow into their court, get ready to have them dog you with relentless rhetoric for a good long while.

Alright, so you’ve got your ducks.

Until part two of this piece goes live, I invite you to take a glimpse at how we’ll be playing our little ‘game’.

Tell me if the descriptions in this link sound familiar to you. 🙂 

Next post, I’ll be taking that description apart piece-by-piece and applying it to Quebec’s separatist movement.

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4 thoughts on “The worst of the worst

  1. Interesting research. A couple questions: there’s a bit of backstory missing regarding the PKP controversy. I (and presumably others) am unclear as to why Bédard and Maltais stand out more so than other pequistes who are also keeping their mouths shut about PKP. Also, who was the one seppie you found that questions PKP’s behaviour? If you mean Lisée, that’s not really a discovery. Might as well mention who you are referring to, just for clarity’s sake, since you’ve already made a point of it.

    As for badgering ultranationalists on Twitter, they’re welcome to continue living in their own echo chamber, as far as I’m concerned. They are nobodies, deservedly being ignored by a wide swath of Quebec society as it is. Still, it’s good to be reminded that they exist.

    • “I (and presumably others) am unclear as to why Bédard and Maltais stand out more so than other pequistes who are also keeping their mouths shut about PKP.”

      Hey Cat, I guess it is presumptuous on my part to assume that everyone is in the know about this whole deal. The PQ had long been trying to market themselves as the “white knight” party, incapable of corruption and David Whissel was the first Liberal they targeted for having roots in the private sector.

      Whissel own shares in a far smaller company than PKP, a paving company. While that paving company DID have contrast with the government, Whissel was not a transportation minister. Still, the comments and accusations made about Whissel by the two Pequistes was pretty foul, and yet, when PKP was actually guilty of doing what they alleged Whissel was up to, they backed off, realizing they were in a very bad place.

      “As for badgering ultranationalists on Twitter, they’re welcome to continue living in their own echo chamber, as far as I’m concerned. They are nobodies, deservedly being ignored by a wide swath of Quebec society as it is. Still, it’s good to be reminded that they exist.”

      I should have put a smiley next to that badgering comments. I’d like to think opponents of the sovereignist movement have better things to do with their time. It just appalls me to see how many of these people truly live for only one thing – their “country”.
      They really have no other passions or directives in life, much less a distinguished individual identities.

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