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    Separate!!!!

    The more I listen to this Ontario crap, the more I have to give this advice to all you Quebecoises!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Seperate as soon as possible!!!

    That is all


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    Quote Originally Posted by Serpico
    Recenty the choices for Mayor of the Nation's Capital were: A liar, a thief and a ***.

    If that is any indication as far as magnitute of fake in English speaking Canada, then yes, I say to all my French friends: bail out as soon as you can, save your asses before its too late

    Personnally I don,t mind if the politician is a ***,but a thief and a crook I do mind,and there's a lot still around(remember Gomery....)
    As for thieves and crooks,well they were around way before pq and bq were even founded.
    So oliver sorry to disagree but I think it's the other way around,they(pq,bq) are following the examples set way before them(liberals,conservatives...)
    Last edited by MERB124; 11-17-2006 at 08:52 AM.

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    What kind of a shit disturber are you, Esco?

    Esco,

    Things are getting better here in Quebec without you stirring up shit with your talk of seperation. The younger people know that they exist in a world econony and that selling your goods, services and expertise to the world is better than to one small market that is mostly concentrated on the island of Montreal.
    It was the educated elite of the french population in this province that wanted seperation, and the polititians that parasited themselves into the situation that got the english and the french fighting each other.
    I believe that even the seperatist polititians did not believe what they were spouting at the time. You will rememeber that many of these seperatist polititians were educated in english universities outside of Quebec, and this was also true of many of their children.
    We do not need an outside adjitator to come in here at MERB and stir things up, just so that you can participate in some sort of discussion. ( any sort of discussion )
    Last edited by J. Peterman; 11-17-2006 at 02:27 PM.

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    I agree with J Peterman

    Please don't assist in the devaluation of my property...

    Thank you.

    BD

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    Quebec is a Nation in the same way as Merb is a Nation. Actually I think that Merb is more of a Nation than Quebec...at least we all have something in common here on the board.

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    Soveriengty association.

    When you come to think about it, it is only here at MERB where we truley have "soveriengty association"

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    Separatist,federalist, Pequiste, Conservative, Liberal (ESPECIALLY Liberal!), NDP, Republican, Democrat - it doesn't matter: if you're a politician, odds are you're a lying, thieving sack of shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelcairo
    Separatist,federalist, Pequiste, Conservative, Liberal (ESPECIALLY Liberal!), NDP, Republican, Democrat - it doesn't matter: if you're a politician, odds are you're a lying, thieving sack of shit.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/6155932.stm

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    Politicians were lying, thieving sacks of shit long before the Internet. Some things never change.

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    Quebec in general is far more socialist leaning than the rest of Canada, save Toronto and Vancouver. I do think that it is a distinct society within Canada and I was a supporter of Meech Lake which would have repaired the damage caused by the disastrous Trudeau administration. But it was not to be thanks to political backstabbing by Clyde Wells and the Federal Liberals led by Chretien. So now we are where we are today still nothing resolved. We need certainty if Quebec is going to thrive within Canada. I think the Conservative Party is attempting to accomodate Quebec's demands as best they can. Unfortunately, the Conservatives cannot gain much ground due to the differing philosophies between their party and the majority of Quebeckers on issues related to foreign and social policy. I just want a resolution either way so that we can move forward.
    Last edited by K Douglas; 11-22-2006 at 12:09 AM.

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    the damage caused by the disastrous Trudeau administration.
    I love how people always try to blame Trudeau. Does everyone forget the mailbox bombings, the FLQ kidnappings and murder? Constant separatist bitching and complaining? Referendums, plural only because separatists can't accept the will of the people? Trudeau was the only Prime Minister of Canada to stand up to Quebec. If other politicians had the balls he had, this problem would no longer exist. But nooo, we have to keep trying to satisfy Quebec who will never be satisfied until they are in charge of the entire country. It's just like trying to satisfy a spoiled child, it will never be possible.

    As far as Quebec 'thriving' in Canada...they were thriving in Canada before all this shit started getting out of hand. They have no one to blame but themselves for what this province has become. Nation my ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Techman
    I love how people always try to blame Trudeau.
    Perhaps because he was the biggest f-up of a PM we have ever had.

    Does everyone forget the mailbox bombings, the FLQ kidnappings and murder?
    And he let them escape to Cuba, where Trudeau's good friend Fidel Castro welcomed them.

    Constant separatist bitching and complaining?
    Not much different than the bitching and complaining of those who won't be happy until French Canadians retreat to where they were in the 1950s.

    Referendums,
    I presume you mean "referenda".

    plural only because separatists can't accept the will of the people?
    Isn't it funny how in a democracy one generation can't bind the next. I suppose you would favour abolishing future elections, since the people have spoken - or preventing Parliament from reconsidering laws already voted on.

    Trudeau was the only Prime Minister of Canada to stand up to Quebec.
    And what a f-ing mess he made of it.

    If other politicians had the balls he had, this problem would no longer exist.
    I takes more than balls - brains would help too. (yes Trudeau was "smart" but his smugness prevented him from considering alternatives to his own ridiculous policies).

    But nooo, we have to keep trying to satisfy Quebec who will never be satisfied until they are in charge of the entire country.
    It's never been the objective of the Quebec nationalist movement to take control of the entire country. This was the point on which Trudeau was sorely mistaken. He thought that by opening up the rest of the country to francophones through forced bilingualisation, Quebecers would abandon nationalism. Trudeau wanted to take control of Canada for Quebecers - Quebecers said no thanks, we have no desire to impose ourselves on the English Canadians.

    It's just like trying to satisfy a spoiled child, it will never be possible.
    To use your peurile analogy, Quebec is like the child who informs his brothers that he wishes to open his own business, while Trudeau tells him "you can't start your own business, instead we'll force you to be partners in the family business - and to top it off, we'll force the other brothers to do business your way". To which Quebec responds - "I don't want to force the rest of the family to do business my way, I just wan't to have the chance to start my own business".

    Then one of the other brothers with limited perspicacity yells "See - Quebec is spoiled - we offered to do business his way yet he still doesn't want to be part of the family business." Quebec responds "but I never asked you to do business my way - you have the right to conduct your business without my interference - I don't want to interfere with your business - I want to start my own business. Unfortunately Quebec's interlocutor has put his fingers in his ears and is singing LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LA.
    Last edited by johnhenrygalt; 11-22-2006 at 01:03 PM.

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    Actually Quebec is like a young adult that wants to move out of his parent's home but expects them to pick up part of his rent and living expenses, allows him to come home to do his laundry and eat dinner and will leave the door open for him to come back if things don't work out the way he wants them to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Techman
    Actually Quebec is like a young adult that wants to move out of his parent's home
    It's not the "parent's" home, Quebec is a co-owner.

    but expects them to pick up part of his rent and living expenses,
    Maybe in your fantasy world, but not on planet earth.

    allows him to come home to do his laundry and eat dinner and will leave the door open for him to come back if things don't work out the way he wants them to.
    Again, maybe in your imagination, but not in reality.

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    Public recognition that Quebecers form a nation within a united Canada is more than adequate.

    BD
    Last edited by Ben Dover; 11-23-2006 at 02:13 PM.

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