In desperation Mario Beaulieu the Metis president of the Societe Saint-Jean-Baptiste-de-Montreal uses an old trick with a new approach by denouncing the English-language news media for not condemning the accused Richard Henry Bain who shot and killed Denis Blanchette on the night that the Parti Kebecois won the Kebec provincial election.
Now why should a newspaper bear any responsibility for the actions of any individual that commits a crime? Well, Mario Beaulieu thinks otherwise when it comes to the English-language press in Kebec. When you are guilty of the deliberate promotion of racial and linguistic hatred towards a minority community in your midst as Mario had been doing as the President the SSJB, then such an accusation seems like an attempt to blame on the victims of his racist campaign in Kebec.
This is tantamount to his reason, for appealing for moderation to create a more serene climate for discussions. Since the SSJB is the alter ego of the Nazi Party in Kebec, since this sounds much like a comic opera on their part. This is the same lunatic fringe of Kebecois society trying to create the impression that they are peace-loving. But nothing could be further from the truth, than that spurious claim of the SSJB. Because it is the goons of the SSJB that routinely break up peaceful meetings of English-language groups that want nothing more that to be allowed the legal use of the their language and keeping their culture alive when the laws of Kebec deny them that right.
In 2009, a group of cultural English-speaking people wanted to organize a show, based on the Fete National du Kebec (Feast of St. the Baptist) called the other St. John's Day festival. It was a real desire by them to open a dialogue and bring together the two solitudes in celebration of Kebec's feast day, Mario Beaulieu was then chairman of the committee for the national day, the body of the St. Jean Baptiste Society that had the power to organize the local celebrations on June 24. But the other St. John celebration was to be held at Pelican Park in Rosemont, an area of Montreal. When the programs were announced and the organizers revealed the names the artists, which included the bands of well-known local English-speaking talents, it has been exposed a lot of rancour by the SSJB.
But Mario Beaulieu would not hear of it, and he decided to that there was to be no English-language groups in any celebration of the St. Jean Baptiste Day festival at all.
But add to this the sycophant Jean-Pierre Durand of the SSJB's General Council who that felt that having an English-speaking group included in the festival would have been tantamount to having a brothel in their midst, especially if any of the songs were presented in English at the celebration in Pelican Park, Rosemont. But into the fray jumped Durand, who then stated: it is a war that we are conducting here and not a game of checkers.
Now why would someone start talking about brothels unless they were in some way connected with them? Could it be that someone in Durand's family was tied up in the brothel business, to jump to such a conclusion?
So the real aims of the SSJB is division of communities, and not cooperation between them no matter what the circumstances were, and it clearly exposes the fact that the SSJB is not in the business of culture at all, but is a political movement dedicated to the suppression of all other cultures in Kebec. From this we have to assume that Kebec's NAZI past is alive and well in the Kebec of today.
But, recent events have also brought to light that during World War II, the majority of the Kebecois, were busy sabotaging Canada's War Effort and denouncing conscription, because they were openly in support of Mussolini and Hitler, and believed NAZISM and adopted all the theories of that EVIL pseudo-social-democratic system.
That is why, even today, the very Parti Kebecois government of Kebec has adopted everything that the Nazi's held dear. The very basis of the race and language laws and the theories of present the day Kebec seem to have come directly out of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf and we have the makings of a true Nazi state in Kebec, CANADA, North America, after having defeated it in Europe during World War II.
Kenneth T. Tellis