Parizeau who sees no good, Bouchard who hears no truth and Landry who only speaks evil.
Of course we should begin with Jacques Parizeau's tirade against money and the ethnic vote who he lays the blame for defeating him in the Kebec REFERENDUM for separation from CANADA in 1995, But he has gone one step further by stating that it was the Italians, Greeks and Jews that sank his ship in 1995 and lead to his early departure from Kebec politics. Of course going to the London School of Economics did not change his racist leanings at all; in fact they exacerbated them, even though his wife was a Polish woman. But of course to make himself needed Parizeau has come out of his forced retirement to make statements criticizing Pauline Marois' "Chartre des valeurs kebecoises," so people in Kebec will know that he is still kicking and around, even though he is irrelevant in Kebec politics today. Then comes Lucien Bouchard, one time premier of Kebec hoping to make waves by his criticism of Pauline Marois' Kebec Charter of Values, as if to say he brings any relevance to Kebecois politics at the present time. Bouchard as premier of Kebec was not a very able politician and never made real difference to the Kebecois electorate, because he was at most a mediocre politician to the point of making waves which were unnecessary. So he too has not made any real difference in what is come in the near future of Kebec.
Into the fray of the "Kebec Charter of Values" walks another played-out Kebecois politician and former premier of Kebec, with his inflated ego and his words of advice that have no value in the Kebec of today, Bernard Landry has always felt he was a somebody, because he was once a Boy Scout Troop Leader, which he seems to think makes him something very special. But, it is his nasal twang of Joual which is deafening to the ears of those who have to listen to his tirade against English-speaking Canadians.
So, it looks like Kebecois politics is in for a hard time with the likes of the three above monkeys trying to look like advisors and statesmen, when they should be resting in their Rocking-chairs, enjoying their retirement years and giving their worn out brains a much needed rest.
Kenneth T. Tellis