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Kenneth Tellis

Kebec's Delegate General in New York Andre Boisclair chooses to avoid reality
By Kenneth T. Tellis
Feb 19, 2013 - 6:26:34 AM

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When Kebec's Delegate General in New York spoke about his province being a Solution Provider in New York, he omitted telling them that Kebec is a Pollution Provider and not a Solution Provider. One has only to go to Montreal and visit the Harbour to see how raw refuse is thrown directly into the St. Lawrence River on a daily basis. But that is not all, since the city permits effluence by the various firms into the same river causing havoc to the environment. But the odor and stench is overpowering to the point of where one gasps for breath. Now this is where Montreal, Kebec is way ahead of every other city in North America. I wonder if New York State Governor Cuomo has been made aware of this by Andre Boisclair Kebec's Delegate General in New York.

For Boisclair to even mention the Champlain Hudson Express power Line to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is a joke. The Kebec government used Hydro Kebec as leverage with the Canadian federal government to get its hands on Newfoundland & Labrador's Lower Churchill Falls Hydro project. But, the Harper federal government loaned Newfoundland & Labrador $2.3-billion to develop that resource. Kebec seems to be so full of itself that it does not believe that any other province in Canada has as much experience in the field of Hydroelectricity, which is not true at all. And as we can see even now in New York its Delegate General Andre Boisclair keeps pushing that idea that Kebec knows best about hydroelectric power and no one can compete with them.

But that is not the case at all, and the Americans have a lot of experience in hydroelectricity, and Kebec should therefore not under estimate the American engineers who also built the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River in the State of Washington, a Hydro and Irrigation project of immense proportions. American engineers have a greater propensity towards the building of dams to harness Hydro power than any country in the world, and Kebec is just a new kid on the block, when it comes to hydro power. America leads the world with its know how, which is what, makes America a leader in innovation. I would go as far as saying, do not let amateurs from Kebec posing as experts sway you, but put your trust in Americans labor and know how first. Remember that you just can't beat Americans at something that they are really good at!

Keep in mind that the Stade Olympique (Olympic Stadium) a concrete structure built by the Kebecois is now falling down in chunks, sometimes weighing tons onto the lower levels. But that is how the Kebecois work. Why would you the American people want to put your trust in a people whose only claim to fame is falsehood. To re-phrase George Washington's own words: Put none but Americans at work today!

Je me souviens! (I remember!)

Kenneth T. Tellis


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