Pauline Marois Gets All Linguistically Fascist – Tougher Quebec Language Laws If PQ Elected Within 100 Days!

Pauline Marois Gets All Linguistically Fascist – Tougher Quebec Language Laws If PQ Elected Within 100 Days!
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CFN – PQ leader Pauline Marois bared her linguistic teeth promising voters that she’d visit Bill 101, the language law in Quebec, within 100 days of being elected.

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Marois says the province’s landmark language law, Bill 101, needs to be updated to stop the decline of French in Montreal shops and businesses.

Marois says she would introduce legislation within her first 100 days in office that would close loopholes that make it possible for companies to operate in English.

She also plans to increase the number of language inspectors to monitor the presence of French on commercial signs.

Could you imagine if a politician in Alberta stated that reversing French for English?   Ms Marois certainly is staking her ground…

What do you think Quebecers and Canadians?  Is she completely out to lunch?  Is Quebec?

For Quebec to potentially or actually vote in a benign fascist like Ms Marois and her PQ cohorts would be a huge statement for Quebec via its position in Canada…

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stellabystarlight
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Not to worry……she won’t win!!!

mariah
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She is a fascist dog peeing on her territory. She is sure not trying for English Quebec votes!!!

John Lister
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Quebec already has restrictive French Language sign laws. If there were to be bilingual signs in Quebec, I for one, would probably drive to Montreal and perhaps further afield. But I won’t. I can only imagine how much tourism has been hurt by the sign laws, and making them more strict will not help anyone.

I even heard of a Quebec Maple-Syrup Producer that had to take down his English-only website, despite the fact that 99% of his sales were from the northern American states. Too much power is seldom a good thing.

concerned citizen 2
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Does anybody realize that there is a lot of similarities with this
And 1930’s germany ?
It’s facism clearly if you don’t speak French well…….?
This is truly discusting and it is happening right here in Canada !
Is this a Canadian value ?
I am thuraly discusted to be Canadian!!!
I suddenly feel the need to take a shower.

Yuk

Colleen McIntosh
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Well, she is the absolute Master of Hypocrisy isn’t’ she? Wasn’t it just yesterday that she asked for the English vote in Quebec, in ENGLISH…no less?

Her and her ilk aren’t welcomed, in Canada. Neither are their discriminatory policies and agendas!

But, if she wins…then let’s vote them and theirs, OUT !!! Maybe, third time will be the charm:))))

concerned citizen 2
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The PQ -the new neo natzi and Quebecers are happy with that?
When do the blue shirts (Brown shirts) start enforcing those ethnocentric values?
Quebec English Run while you can!!!
Stella,patrick and touchez still think Quebec treats its minorities better then the rest of Canada?
Dilusional you are!
I still so humiliated to be Canadian how many internationally are watching?

Debbie Cameron
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The language police are coming!!!!!

The ROC(Rest of Canada) is getting a Quebec flavor….

Please watch Beth Trudeau-Official Spokesperson of Canadians for Language Fairness ,interview on Sun News this morning…

http://www.sunnewsnetwork.ca/video/featured/news/868018287001/the-language-police-are-coming/1781717324001

Karen Harris
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OMG ! – she is definitely out to lunch . . .

stellabystarlight
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Hey concerned..if you are so disgusted and ashamed to be canadian…..maybe you should move to another country….thinking you would like Iraq or maybe Syria……where they fight their own

MAROIS won’t get in…..got that?? Find someone else to degrade and bash……pathetic……LMAO!!!

Cory Cameron
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Don’t blame Pauline Marois!!

She is a politician and there are millions who will vote for her and that party! She is only reflecting the values of her supporters.

Let Quebec be gone……..it cost us too much in 1995 to keep the province in Confederation.

Not so sure now my Canada includes Quebec.

Let’s support Pauline Marois! May she be the first Prime Minister of the sovereign nation of Quebec! No worries Quebecers. Rough ride at first but things will get better. It’s only growing pains.

Lolochuck
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If this wacko wins, I’m not sure that there is anything left that Quebec could do to the Anglophones there, short of be-heading thiem! Go ahead Quebec and elect her……can’t wait to see how well that would go over with the rest of Canada….you may just get your wish!!!!!

Dave Windsor
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Government MUST stay out of the language issue. This woman is dangerous as well as a facist. She has little right to be a Canadian citizen let alone running for a parliamentary job. If. god help us she wins even her own seat, she will not be fighting for Canada but for hpocritical Quebecers.
Try that in Ontario…Anglo with ho French….unless you are a Sik(?), Hindo or Muslim, you will not be able to get away without speaking French in our own province. Go Figure.

Xavier
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What I just don’t get is why Anglos are whining about that. Language policies are used all around the world. Do they have bilingual signs in France just to accommodate English-speakers?

Seriously, Pauline Marois doesn’t want you to let go of your language and speak French only. Nobody’s forcing you to speak French everywhere. But please, be humble enough not to think everybody in the world has to speak English just to accommodate you.

Quebec is French. Get over it and learn French, at least a bit. Not that hard.

Highlander
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Admin ,

Thanks for proposing that question .
The issue is not language, but the politics of language.

Patrick Boucher
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Because of the french vote in Québec and because the english vote is centralized, pauline is on her way to becoming the first elected female Québec premier. Is it what I want, nope, but Pauline Marois is far from being a stupid person. She has been in politics for decades, she wont even dare try and go for a referendum. At 28 %, the sovereignty vote is very low. Jaimie the one time you were part of a minority in Québec you left. Although the pure laine attitude is frustrating, most Québecers are good people. You would chose to let… Read more »
Patrick Boucher
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The situation can’t be reversed jaime. The english language is in no threat of being exterminated. Even in Québec the french language is declining. Now I know your thoughts on the french language. If The french language was a person, and drowning, you’d ask the person to save himself. Or, you would actually change locations because the drowning person would yell out ¨À l’aide!! instead of Help!¨

Patrick Boucher
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…nope, because of a few bad experiences, you dislike the french language. You paint french people with the same brush, I’d rather keep an open mind and look at the person first.

highlander
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So Patrick if bill 101 alright in Quebec ? Would it bill alright to have an english bill 101 in Ontario? Should not both solitutes be treated equally?

Patrick Boucher
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Highlander, Sure, I’d be all for it. Make all the signs bilingual, put the english version on top three times larger, just as long as you see it in french. Guarantee schools in french to french speaking individuals… But then again, why would you need an english bill 101, when the english language is No way being threatened at a 77 percent % majority. Your feeling insulted, Why ? I haven’t insulted you. YOu have said that you left the province because of language. You have said you refused to learn french, this is the first time I hear the… Read more »
edudyorlik
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Re: Xavier September 3, 2012 at 3:26 pm POST Wait just a second there Xavier. You are comparing apples and oranges. Quebec my friend — IS NOT — a country and you have no right to compare the linguistic issues (re: signs and flags and so on) to a country as you did using France as an example. Provinces are just that, provinces and you must remember that the constitution applies to ALL of CANADA’S provinces, not just those provinces who choose to recognize it. It doesn’t work that way. So, your argument is misguided when you compare the “province”… Read more »
edudyorlik
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@ stellabystarlight RE:August 12, 2012 at 5:52 pm POST Stella said, “Hey concerned.. if you are so disgusted and ashamed to be Canadian…..maybe you should move to another country…” Enough telling the English to move. We did that when you guys took over Quebec. And now, we’ve had enough of that idea of moving so you could then move in and take over. We aren’t going anywhere THIS TIME the ROC is NOT MOVING … We’re gonna stand and fight this time. PS: At least be respectful enough to capitalize Canada eh. I corrected it for you this time. Even… Read more »
bella-b
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” I have always said, I don’t know if I got that person fired. But the next week or two after, she was no longer working there. Coincidence, maybe ?” Do you ever tell the story the same way twice? Yesterday she was fired and you were glad of it!! And now we’re back to maybe. Make up my mind! ~~~~~~~~ “That being said I think we should invest more on language and culture. Not doing everything you can to save one of the founding languages in our great country, is simply allowing Canada to become the 51st state.” Why… Read more »
Rosie
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Xavier you say “Get over it and learn French, at least a bit. Not that hard.” Well Xavier been there, done that, but guess what not good enough. This is what you don’t get…Your French and speak a little English okay, you are considered bilingual…but your English and speak a little French, you are not considered bilingual, you are told to get to the back of the bus until you learn French at the advanced level.

Rosie
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Hey Stella, she is leading in the polls, Got that.?

stellabystarlight
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Xavier…..bien dit!!! It’s the service and the product that attracts customers. Who the h@ll cares what language the sign is written in?

yorlik….you keep fighting…….thinking you are from winning the battle.

As for you saying “it would be extremely difficult not to speak french and yet still have a life in that province” This is Ontario, we don’t care about the jobs in Quebec.

Highlander
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Patrick Boucher said “You paint french people with the same brush ” “If The french language was a person, and drowning, you’d ask the person to save himself. Or, you would actually change locations because the drowning person would yell out ¨À l’aide!! instead of Help!” ” cause like some other anglos you would let the language die. Out of laziness, stubbornness, I wouldn’t know. But to actually encourage others to think like you, with all do respect, your as much a martyr as bill gates.” “You would chose to let the french language die while I would rather do… Read more »
Patrick Boucher
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Bella, Quote me ? Where did I say I got her fired ? NO Where ? I said that she was no longer working there. Well, gotta get ready for my morning 10 mile run. ( You see bella, now that is a good lie)

Patrick Boucher
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What is frustrating is that there is an organization out there that promotes anti-french behavior. That by naming itself language fairness, it says it promotes fair hiring practices. Well what is in a name: 1) Its leader says she is bilingual but choses not to speak french. 2) Her right hand man is a self professed francophobe. 3) They even say that its a question of costs when the true cost is less then 1 % of the national budget. – So before complaining about pauline marois, mme trudeau, mr galgarnov and others should look in the mirror and agree,… Read more »
bella-b
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I’ll get back to you in a bit on the quote, but while you wait Patrick, why don’t you address this part of the post? After your run of course! pshaw!

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“That being said I think we should invest more on language and culture. Not doing everything you can to save one of the founding languages in our great country, is simply allowing Canada to become the 51st state.”

Why is french more important than Mohawk? Where is the money
to invest in the founding language? Oh that’s right, there is none. But there is plenty for you and yours, right?

bella-b
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You proudly regaled us with your tale of woe Patrick Boucher July 16, 2012 at 5:22 pm “Went to Ottawa a few weeks back, shopped at Costco. Its a private enterprise, I know. I did ask in french for some help and the girl replied. ¨why don’t you speak english, we are in Ontario¨. I was insulted. Thank god other employees were there and at their suggestion they said I should complain to her superior. And I did. Her superior immediately switched her section and apologized her behalf. Went back yesterday, she no longer is an employee. Merci Costco.” But… Read more »
edudyorlik
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Another brave Canadian citizen fighting against the ridicules fascist laws within the “province” of Quebec. – http://nodogsoranglophones.blogspot.ca/2011/05/hugo-shebbeare-is-vindicated.html – http://youtu.be/w0KpIbHIVF0 – And, for all of you (the Bouchers, the Stella’s and the Blue Birds, etc) on “that side” this is typical of how your side treats people who stand up to you. You threaten and use violence. That’s fine. We have the law on our side and we are growing in numbers. We will NOT be intimated any more. The tide is turning and just wait till you see how pitiful you and your ilk will look once the majority decide… Read more »
Patrick Boucher
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You might have heard about the department of native affairs ? There is allot being done for natives, language and promotion. Is it enough, NOPE. Should we do more to promote native culture and aboriginal studies, absolutely. – I still don’t see a problem with what I wrote bella. …all the quotes you gave, by the way you got allot of time on your hands, they sound very similar. – 707 million *from the action plan -275 million for education support -100 million to improve literacy -175 million to renovate schools I’m not going to quote everything given in the… Read more »
Patrick Boucher
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Kilroy, I agree with you this provost guy is a real nutcase. But even with you have to agree that there are nutcases on both sides.

bella-b
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Patrick Boucher September 4, 2012 at 4:08 am “Bella, Quote me ?” Patrick Boucher September 4, 2012 at 2:34 pm “…all the quotes you gave, by the way you got allot of time on your hands” So I do as you ask after you insinuate that I am a liar, and then you chastise me for doing so? Interesting indeed! I’ve read all your posts before, it didn’t take long. I don’t just pull stuff out of thin air you know. ~~~~~ “Went back yesterday, she no longer is an employee. Merci Costco.” Sounds like pride in someones demise to… Read more »
edudyorlik
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Hey Stella, Bzzzzzzttttttt WRONG again…

Stella wrote August 12, 2012 at 3:50 pm

“Not to worry……she won’t win!!!”

Time to eat your words **s** and time for the ROC to wake up and realize we have a separatist amongst us.
Wooo hooo, the wave of discontent is approaching the shore…

edudyorlik
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@Patrick Boucher RE: Patrick Boucher September 4, 2012 at 2:37 pm POST Well, Patrick B. It’s nice to see you can admit SOME things. I commend you for saying that. And, — I guess ? — there are “SOME” on both sides. Uhmmm maybe you can point “some” out for me. That would be appreciated, just so I have the proof. Thanks) However, when one looks back historically (FLQ and various other French militant groups) and even in the present time (the student strikes and riots after Montreal Canadians wins etc etc), Quebecors (or should I more accurately say, the… Read more »
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