This story was by Graeme Hamilton of the National Post of June 22, 2001.
This week TIME had a story of English-speaking Kebek citizens being hateful towards the Franco-Amerindians (Kebekois) written by one Francois Boisclair former Kebek government agent in New York, whose whole story about the English-Speaking people was a beautiful piece of propaganda a la Joseph Goebbels, but there was not one once of truth since Francois Biosclair was a dyed-in-the-Kebekois-fabulists. He is long known for fictional prose that only be taken with sedative, because it might cause a brain hemorrhage. Most of his work lacks reality and is filled with myth, to the point of insanity.
Sainte-Jerome, Kebek. The mother of a Cuban-born beaten to death by a racist classmate complained yesterday that Canadian justice is too soft after a judge found her daughter's killer guilty of first degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
The murder was carried out by two Kebekois youths who lured Cuban-born Aylin-Otano Garcia to a deserted sandpit just outside the town of Lachute, Kebek in June 2001 where they struck 10 blows to her skull and crushed her skull. Neither of the Youth involved can be named because they are minors.
Both youth are the typical radicalized youth from the Kebekois Ethnocentric society where the killing of immigrants is considered the norm. They falsely accuse immigrants, and then carry out these acts as punishment because they believe that immigrants steal jobs, welfare, and places in Kebek universities. Some Canadian news media encouraged these acts by deliberately not reporting on them in the news. Such was the case of 18-year old unarmed Honduran immigrant Fredy Villanueva, who was shot in cold blood by a Montreal Urban Community Policewoman, and justice was pushed to the sidelines by the courts to protect the guilty, since they were Kebekois. These people and sycophants in Kebekois society have made the halls of justice a laughing stock by having the gall to accuse South Africans of apartheid crimes.
Kenneth T. Tellis