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Kenneth Tellis

There are two Jokers in every pack of Cards, and even neo-Nazi Kebec has them
By Kenneth T. Tellis
Dec 11, 2013 - 4:49:25 AM

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First there is the Franco-Amerindian TV host and columnist Richard Martineau who wore a burqa to mock Muslim women and compares the Niqab to the robe worn by members of the Ku Klux Klan. But I have clashed my sword with this Tomahawk wielding Franco-Amerindian before, so I know what he is up to.

Richard Martineau used his site Le blogue de Richard Martineau to take me to task for raising the issue of the cold-blooded murder of Fredy Villanueva of Montreal-North by Constable Stephanie Pilotte of the Montreal Urban Community Police who shot and killed the unarmed 18-year old Honduran boy who was standing a short distance away with his elder brother. Her real intention was to show these maudit émigré (damned immigrants) who was in charge in Kebec. At the trial which was held in a Kangaroo Court in Montreal, the judge put a ban on the publication of pictures of MUC Police Constable Stephanie Pilotte and her partner Constable Jean-Loup Pont or to any mention of their names in newspapers, the reason being that the judge was only trying to protect people of his own race, which justified his intention.

Richard Martineau ran a whole column making fun of me, but I was not going to let this Franco- Amerindian get the better of me. The next thing that I knew was that on his Website he had the obituary column from the Montreal Gazette of my son Toronto Police Service Constable Louis-Joseph Tellis (Lou) on display. What my dead son Lou had to do with his column was beyond my ken. But to this Franco-Amerindian Richard Martineau TV host and employee of the Journal de Montreal there were no boundaries that were sacred to him. Maybe he inherited this from his Amerindian forebears, who lacked any cultural mores.

Add to this, I get an email from a Franco-Amerindian (Kebecois) residing in Panama who tells me not to pay attention to those Latinos, because they are only dope dealers. What a bunch mental midgets. But worse still I am then told by Franco-Amerindian former Canadien army colonel, the very same story as the man from Panama gave me, about Latinos being drug dealers and pushers. So, I knew there was collusion between all these people. I then sent the whole story of the murder of Fredy Villanueva to the Honduran Weekly "Honduras This Week", who published it in its entirety.

But issue did not end there, as a friend and crony of Richard Martineau, named Guy Lamoureux attempted to spoil my name on a website in the U.S. by telling them that was anti-American, But the owner of that site told him that since he could not furnish any proof, he would consider his evidence as invalid. That ended the idiocy of the jokers Richard Martineau and Guy Lamoureux in their attempts to spoil my name, because I had dared to expose Kebecois discrimination to the world at large.

Kenneth T. Tellis

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