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Kenneth Tellis

The historical truths withstand the test of time
By Kenneth T. Tellis
Jan 5, 2014 - 12:20:20 AM

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Over the last few years I have come to realize that there are elements within the English-speaking community in Kebec that do not appreciate all the work that I have done in exposing and striking back at the Franco-Amerindian (Kebecois) Parti Kebecois government and the various organizations allied to it; organizations such as the Societe-Saint-Jean-Baptise de Montreal, KEBEC Francais, the Perfection Francais and a host of other fanatical groups that go under various names.

All the above organizations are Franco-Amerindian in origin. They attempt to pass themselves off as being French, rather than Metis - their true origins from way back in history from the French and Indian Wars in North America. Those wars ended when the last Governor General of New France Pierre Francois de Rigaud, Marquis de Vaudreuil-Cavagnal surrendered all French territory in North America on September 8, 1760, to the British forces under Major--General Jeffrey Amherst.

Major-General Louis-Joseph de Montcalm-Gozon, Marquis de Saint-Veran's defeat at Kebec City on September 13, 1759, was really self-inflicted, because his force was twice the size of Major-General James Wolfe's, but being inept and also hesitant he lost the edge. General James Wolfe used the situation to out manoeuvre the French Army, who after the second volley fled in disarray. Montcalm's victories at Forts Oswego and William Henry in northern New York were only achieved by outnumbering the British by as much as ten to one.

A former colonel of the Canadian army from Kebec, made a grave error in judgement when he expected me to throw my support to the Kebecois, because I was a Catholic. What he did not know was that I was raised in a Protestant society, and there was no way in hell that I would give the separatists my support.

Today, I hold the view that I can never appease or come to terms with the Franco-Amerindians/ Kebecois, and will do whatever it takes to bring them down, in open battle or by any other means at my disposal because I do not agree with the theories of Neville Chamberlain of Munich fame. Thus, my duty as I see it is to take on the enemy whenever and wherever I can and defeat him. I see no room for CO-EXISTENCE with the enemy, and to do so would only make me a Vichyite/traitor. Let all those who seek to cooperate with our enemies (the separatists) do so on their own volition and repent at leisure, because tomorrow will prove them to be traitors, who sold their birthright of freedom for a mess of potage.

These striking words of that great American Revolutionary Patrick Henry come to mind immediately:

  • "I know not what course others my take; but as for me, give me Liberty, or give me death!" St. John's Church, Richmond, Virginia. March 23, 1775

So for me, the battle must go on, till victory has been attained, either today or at some time in the future, because the enemy must be vanquished at the end of it all.

Kenneth T. Tellis

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