These very words were uttered by Jean-Pierre Durand in 2009 a Member of the General Council of the Societe Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Montreal with regards to allowing English-speaking Canadians from Kebec to join in La Fete National du Kebec or the St. John Baptist Day celebration's.
What part of the above statement do English-speaking Canadians not understand? It is an open declaration of WAR on them and Canada by the SSJB and all its allied organizations including Kebec's political parties, the Parti Kebecois and the Bloc Kebecois. Let there be no doubt in the minds of truly loyal Canadians that they had better understand that they are already at war with Kebec at the present time , whether they like it or not. And in order to be ready to deal with any problems from Kebec, in the area of politics or armed insurrection, they must now seek ways to defend Canadian sovereignty.
Thus it up to those in Canada that feels a sense of apprehension, and who are sitting on the fence to now take a stand, and be counted. Of course, there are those who loyalties are questionable, in that they are really in support of Kebec, but pretend to be loyal to Canada. Which immediately brings to mind the old adage that no one can serve two masters? There must be no divided loyalties and they must now choose between loyalty to Canada and loyalty to Kebec. Most of these people are either liberals or left-wing and who have already chosen loyalty to Kebec rather than Canada, and as such should be considered nothing more than traitors.
In the course of the history of every nation there have been similar situations, where there were among the populace those with divided loyalties and however restrictive, certain measures had to be taken to curtail their rights.
It is now that all right thinking Canadians take a stand in defence of Canada against who all those give aid and comfort to her enemies from whatever source.
Kenneth T. Tellis