We cannot have one province within the Confederation of Canada, be treated as a separate nation with its own laws that openly discriminates against the majority, and yet give those from the minority equal treatment in all the other nine provinces and territories. While all that happened in Kebek at the behest of one a Franco-Amerindian Prime Minister of Canada, one Pierre-E. Trudeau's dream of a Joual-speaking (French patois) nation on June 1974, by Kebek's passage of Bill 22, we have it within our power to reject that illegal law, which violates the British North America Act of July 1, 1867 in its entirety. Thus no province with an English-speaking majority should be a bilingual province so long as Kebek with its Joual-speaking majority is unilingual. That also includes the province of New Brunswick which is English-speaking, and there are no two ways about it. If Kobe is thus unilingual by having a Franco-Amerindian Joual-speaking majority, that rule should just as well apply to New Brunswick. To give any credence to the actions of the Liberal party of Canada and New Brunswick into making English-speaking New Brunswick bilingual, is to create two levels citizens in Canada. That must never be permitted under any circumstances whatsoever.
It is time to take the bull by the horns and throw out all discriminatory legislation passed by the Trudeau regime which took power in Ottawa after April 17, 1968. If as Kebek assumes that having a 78% majority gives it the right to become a unilingual province, let us take that to mean that since Canada is mainly an English-speaking country the official language should be ENGLISH only from sea to sea.
Kenneth T. Tellis