The present government of New Brunswick has been in the process of denying its majority English-speaking residents their rights as a majority to gain votes from the pseudo Acadian minority.
Just consider that Kebec's Franco-Amerindian majority of 70% plus Amerindians making up another 3% a total of 77% who are in control of the government, and the minority of 23% being the English-speaking and others from ethnic communities having no power at all. Thus 77% Franco-Amerindian (plus Amerindians) and 33% minorities make the population of Kebec 100%.
Yet, New Brunswick with a 23% population of pseudo Acadiens having all their rights while the majority of the 77% English-speaking population and a smaller minority, are openly being denied all their rights of by the present New Brunswick government and do not have their own Minister of Anglo-Saxon Affairs. The province of New Brunswick and Kebec having similar demographics should by rights also have the same set up for their governments.
Such are the games being played in New Brunswick by the political parties that make up the government be they Conservative and Liberal Parties that have held office in the province. This is a policy of double standards that was brought into Canadian politics during the advent of the Liberal government of Pierre- Elliott Trudeau in Ottawa in April 1968.
Kenneth T. Tellis