What is wrong with these so-called English-language groups is that they are very divisive?
All that English-language splinter groups do is give aid and comfort to our enemies in Kebec. But what is sorely needed among the English-language groups is cohesiveness. Thus, there should not be any divisions among the English-language groups in Kebec, if they intend to win the on-going language war with the Kebecois for their constitutional rights.
When I see Richard Yufe and Gerry Wiener a former immigration minister in the Mulroney Conservative federal government together, danger signals immediately go up. Prime Minister Brian Mulroney was a man who sold out English-speaking rights in Kebec, and nothing is ever going to convince me that he was ever for justice and basic human rights in Kebec. After all if there was no money to be had from an issue, Mulroney would not touch it with a barge pole. Thus, Mulroney based his entire political career on lucre and naught else.
For all we know the present line-up of small English-speaking parties, are a plot to destroy any viable attempt by REAL English-speaking groups to get justice in Kebec. In the lead to destroy English-speaking rights are the KCGN, which is the mouth-piece for the Vichyite or sycophants who are secretly working for the Kebec separatists. Of course as usual they falsely claim to represent the English-speaking community in Kebec, but nothing could be further from the truth, because they are traitors in the pay of the enemy.
The job of the REAL English-speaking groups is therefore to isolate the KCGN and similar groups who are dedicated to destroying the English-speaking community in Kebec. There must be no form of collaboration with the Parti Kebecois or any other separatist group in Kebec by members of the English-speaking community, and anyone who is in any way or form linked with them should be considered a traitor.
A warning to those who are very naieve and easily taken in by these agents provocateurs, is to listen carefully to the words uttered by these traitors and pretend to believe them, but be on your guard at all times. "Remember that eternal vigilance is the price of liberty!"
Je me souviens!
Kenneth T. Tellis