Ever since the Pierre-Elliott Trudeau plot to make Canada a Joual-speaking (French patois) Nation on June 9, 1969, there has been one Official language commissioner after another who has promoted the 'Joual only' language to the detriment of Canada's English-speaking majority, who have had absolutely no say in the matter. Even the staff at that office mainly belong to the Franco-Amerindian minority. The English-speaking majority of Canada did not have any say on the language issue.
Today the man in charge of the office of the official Languages Commission is only interested in the promotion of Joual (French patois). He provides no support for the English-language and uses every chance to openly find fault with English-speaking Canada. He makes no attempt to question why the English-language is suppressed in Kebec, and pretends that it is not happening. When he says that he is promoting bilingualism in Canada, he means the promotion of Joual only. If Kebec does not need the English language why should the English-speaking provinces need Joual?
The commissioner makes no complaints against the Franco-Amerindian minority. Is he being reached by the elites of Kebec with gifts of lucre? He has to pretend to promote bilingualism in order to push the Joual language on English-speaking Canadians, but at no point does he push the English-language in Kebec. So in point of fact he is really a fifth columnist working inside English-speaking Canada to make Joual the only official language of the country. Does Canada really need a Commissioner of THE Official Language, instead of a COMMISSIONER of OFFICIAL LANGUAGES which ceased in June 1969?
Let's get rid of this anachronism by calling a spade a spade. Instead of pretending that we need this White Elephant, let's cast off this chain round the necks of all English-speaking Canadians, and get rid of the Office of the Official Languages Commissioner completely. We save the Canadian taxpayers a lot of money. The present Commissioner can then be left to pasture in Kebec, where because of its huge dairy industry there is plenty of pastureland to be had. There he can promote the JOUAL language that he has been promoting for so long in English-speaking Canada.
This man is a master at JOB creation while looking after his own interests. He now says that Canada's airports need to be more bilingual. It seems that what he really means is that he is once again pushing Joual (French patois) to extend his employment term.
Kenneth T. Tellis