It must seem very easy for Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to accuse the Sri Lankan government of Human Rights abuses, since he himself is directly involved in sweeping human rights abuses that are committed in the province of Kebec against the English-speaking and other minorities and swept under the carpet. Now why would a man who is prime minister avoid dealing with Human and Civil Rights abuses which are occurring daily in the province of Kebec do that?
While the province of Kebec is busy removing Canada's official majority language which is English, the Canadian Prime Minister is busy foisting the Kebec's Joual language on all Canada's English-speaking provinces, and making it compulsory to obtain a JOB anywhere in Canada. Is that democracy, or is that a form of imported APARTHEID? That is a question which the English-speaking people who are in the majority are asking themselves. Surely there must be a logical explanation for this happening. We have seen the leaders of many countries that are on the take, could this be one of them? Could he be secretly receiving some recompense for this aid in violating International and domestic covenants from Kebec? That is what comes to mind immediately does it not?
When an Italian restaurant was cited by members of the Office Kebecois de la langue Joual (French patois) for violating Kebec's oppressive language laws, which is known as "The Charter of the Joual language" by using the word PASTA in their Menu of Italian dishes, it showed that this farce has gone on for far too long. But the Canadian Prime Minister sees absolutely nothing wrong with Kebec's violation of the United Nations Universal Rights Declaration of December 10, 1948, of which Canada is a signatory, and the Canadian Constitution. It goes to show where his political allegiances really lie.
From August 27, 1977, Kebec has been in violation of the U.N. by its passage of Bill 101, which terminated the Civil and Human Rights of all minorities in Kebec.
Street signs and all other signage was declared by law to be only in the Joual (French patois), which if violated, could cost you thousands of dollars in fines under Kebec's language laws, and there was no leeway. The OKLJ sends out its spies who take photos of offending signs, of those that do not conform to Kebec's language laws.
But, even the English-speaking community cannot expect to get help from the Canadian Prime Minister who is a Joualophile, because that could cost him votes from the Metis (Kebecois) during a federal election.
The situation in Canada is thus, the reverse of South Africa during the apartheid days. Here a Joual-speaking (French patois) Metis minority rule the roost and the Prime Minister goes along with this deliberate sham and has the gall to call it democracy.
But, one must ask a logical question. Why is Canada's Prime Minister getting involved in a purely Sri Lankan internal problem which is thousands of away miles across the sea, when he cannot deal with internal problems, such as Civil and Human Rights violations that are happening in the province of Kebec, Canada, which nullify the U.N. Universal Declaration of December 10, 1948, and the Canadian Constitution and then pretend that it is not happening? As I said before, is the Canadian Prime Minister receiving some form of recompense for his services from Kebec, for overlooking its Human Rights abuses? I doubt very much that he could honestly answer that question. After all the Prime Minster has to retire at some time and needs money for that occasion, does he not?
Je me souviens!
Kenneth T. Tellis