Former Kebec premier Jacques Parizeau commenting on the indigenous Native American of the Mohawk Nation living in the geographical entity of today's Kebec, said: "The difficult group is the and they can be a source of a great deal of trouble ...[.....]. If we had won the Referendum, one of the first questions would have been what you do with these people. [...]. So I jiggled with the idea that we could keep their territory and themselves in Canada [....]. That would have implied that Canada would have to keep order (laughs) on the reserves and not us."
Of course as usual Jacques Parizeau avoids the real points, by not mentioning the fact that the Kebecois never had a treaty with any of the Native American Indian Nations (Tribes), and thus not one inch of the territory that Kebec now claims is legally there's to begin with. Since the surrender of all of New France by Governor Vaudreuil at Montreal, New France, on September 8, 1760, the present Metis people (Kebecois) still have the gall to call themselves FRENCH, and now want to move the Native Americans off the land that belonged to their forefathers. Whereas Jacques Parizeau and his Metis/Kebecois gang are really only a bunch of squatters and naught else, living on the land of the Native American People. Thus the Kebecois have absolutely no legal claim to the land they are now are squatting upon, in what is called the province of Kebec in Canada.
It is therefore time for Jacques Parizeau to return to his Franklin Rocking Chair and dream of the day when his make-believe Nation of Kebec will be in the book of Fairy Tales that he is bent on writing for posterity, because reality is out of his reach.
Bur what exactly can Jacques Parizeau remember? That the figment of imagination being pushed by a man named Rene Levesque who while claiming to be a journalist, turned out to be a raving lunatic. And to quote Jacques himself: BY JOVE!
Kenneth T. Tellis