Kenneth Tellis Unbeknownst to Canadian's, Canada has its very own fifth-columnists
The facts as they stand are quite clear, everything was designed to weaken the country by measures that destroyed its very raison d'etre, which is what gives a nation its strength. The weaknesses of multiculturalism are multifaceted and offer nothing to strengthen a state or country but create divisions that weaken the very soul of that nation.
Aug 13, 2014 - 12:02:51 AM
Kenneth Tellis Why language equality in Canada will never succeed
The man from Cote St. Luc Montreal stood up and pointing a finger at me said that the cause of Canada's language problems were people like me, and not the racist fanatics in Kebec that wanted to remove English altogether. Here was I asking for language equality in Canada being denounced for having the gall to ask for the rights of English-speaking Canada to be upheld...
Aug 10, 2014 - 12:07:31 AM
Kenneth Tellis Why single out Australia over racial discrimination?
Of course, I noted a few days before this was brought out by the BBC, that Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe had disenfranchised people of European dissent in that country, and was confiscating their farms, home and businesses, yet there was no mention of this event on the BBC at all. It struck me as odd that Australia was being the recipient of mudslinging over the actions of one person, yet what happened in Zimbabwe was totally overlooked by the BBC.
Jul 14, 2014 - 12:07:26 AM
Kenneth Tellis Moot of French-speaking countries in Ottawa, why?
While the Commonwealth of Nations has a much bigger membership than La Francophonie, after the era of Trudeau regime IN 1968 and coming of Franco-Amerindians to power in Canada, the Commonwealth of Nations to which Canada had always belonged was given the cold shoulder and treated like a pariah. But, the Canadian governments elected after the Trudeau Regime were really no different and continued to treat the Commonwealth with contempt to till the present time, and the Harper Regime still continues the policy.
Jul 11, 2014 - 2:05:31 AM
Kenneth Tellis Kebekois separatists learn nothing from their abject failures
The May 12, 2014 defeat of Pauline Maurois's Parti Kebekois does not still the dream of a separate Kebek nation. The Parti Kebekois was trounced by the Kebek Liberal Party because they refuse to face reality and cling to the hopes and dreams of an arrogant idiot who thought that he was God's gift to Kebek, whereas he was really an absolute failure. But like all those of his ilk Rene Levesque was great in his own mind to the point that he thought he could do no wrong. This former Kebekois who served in the U.S. Forces during World War II, boasted that he was fluent in English, but that was just not true
Jun 18, 2014 - 12:05:22 AM
Kenneth Tellis The unrequited dreams of tyrants and fools
His defeat at Waterloo in Belgium in 1815 was one of his own making, it was the only decision that he ever made and it was a total failure. He had misjudged his enemy, believing him to be inexperienced, and that was his downfall. The Anglo-Irish Duke of Wellington (Arthur Wellesley) was a very experienced British officer, having served in the army of the East India Company as Arthur Wesley and saw action against their foes in India, where he had developed new methods of warfare unknown to the French.
Jun 11, 2014 - 12:07:30 AM
Kenneth Tellis When the mask of anonymity falls off the truth is finally revealed
And even today the threat to Canada is very real, because every political party has been infiltrated by these Kebekois agents' provocateurs that have been very busy undermining Canada and convincing naive English-speaking Canadians that they are working for Canadian unity, when nothing could be further from the truth. But going even further back there was collusion between the Kebekois CABAL who were the prime movers and controlled all the operations that were carried out by the Terrorist Group that called itself the "le front the liberation du Kebekois" and they used violence and murder to promote their political aims.
Mar 13, 2014 - 12:05:02 AM
Kenneth Tellis The Worthy Immigrant and citizen
These early Immigrant took a gamble, but by their contribution and selfless dedication to their new lands made possible the America that one sees today as a success. They did come as Immigrants to take but to give their all to the land of their adoption. But is a far cry from the Immigrants of today that come expecting to receive all the benefits of the new country, rather than to make a contribution to it.
Mar 12, 2014 - 6:05:10 AM
Kenneth Tellis Plagiarism is anathema to me
When I had finished, I did not realize how far I had gone with my artwork. Some are in the Thomas Paine Historical Foundation Museum, New Rochelle, NY. The Thomas Jefferson Historical Foundation, Charlottesville, VA and my artwork was displayed at Amherst College, Amherst, MA a part of the University of Massachusetts.
Feb 12, 2014 - 12:05:34 AM
Kenneth Tellis A solution to the Kebek government's violation of Human Rights
Since, the precedent is already set in the case of South African apartheid, we now have the opportunity to raise the issue of the Province of Kebec's laws which go well beyond those of yesterday's Apartheid ridden South Africa. It appears that the only way to deal with premier Pauline Marois's laws which violate human rights on the level of race, religion and language can be dealt with in a similar venue to the Manhattan District of New York, USA, since many of the Corporations involved are American.
Feb 11, 2014 - 5:55:28 AM
Kenneth Tellis The Silence of the Damned
Canada today is in the grip of three corrupt political parties all there for one reason alone. To fill the pockets of their members with as much lucre as they can while they serve out their time as elected officials....But at no point has Stevie Harper Canadian Prime Minister, acted in defending the Constitutional rights of English-Speaking and minority group citizens who have been fighting open discrimination by the neo-Nazi Parti Kebekois that forms the present provincial government of Kebek.
Feb 7, 2014 - 12:03:18 AM
Kenneth Tellis Origins of the Order of Canada fly in the face of Democracy
Lester Bowles Pearson later become Canadian Prime Minister and later received a Nobel Peace Prize for supposedly creating the UNEF, the kudos of which rightly belong to the U.S. politician Wendell Wilkie. Wilkie wrote the book "ONE WORLD" in 1943, which called for the creation of an international PEACE-KEEPING FORCE.
Feb 5, 2014 - 12:03:35 AM
Kenneth Tellis Open Letter to Mr. Rob Anders, MP Calgary West
What its present leadership has done is make the Conservatives seem like a Ho Hum party that is not going anywhere in a hurry. There is now a malaise within the party that does not bode well for those who want to see it grow in popularity and strength.
Jan 17, 2014 - 7:15:31 AM
Kenneth Tellis 'OFFICIAL Languages commissioner' is a misnomer
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?
Jan 10, 2014 - 12:10:27 AM
Kenneth Tellis The historical truths withstand the test of time
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.
Jan 5, 2014 - 12:20:20 AM
Kenneth Tellis My heritage, which I often times re-affirm with pride
From the Magna Carta and English COMMON LAW came the guarantees of all our very basic rights and even the king could not take those away from us. But then came, King Charles 1, who assumed that the king's word was the law of the land and hired mercenaries in Holland to make war on the British Parliament, which was a treasonous act, and he was beheaded.
Dec 23, 2013 - 10:25:19 PM
Kenneth Tellis A Memorial to my son Lou in Biloxi, Mississippi
But, someone who knew me in Biloxi, Mississippi, decided that my son Louis-Joseph Tellis should be honored, and thus the Memorial honoring him is now in Biloxi, Mississippi, USA. I am indeed honored that someone took the time and care to remember my beloved son Louis-Joseph Tellis. I owe that person a debt of gratitude.
Dec 13, 2013 - 5:50:32 AM
Kenneth Tellis Open Letter to Michael Chong, MP Ottawa
But, I would like to take this much further by proposing that there should be programmes on TV in which Canadian politicians can discuss the pros and cons of the role that government should play in the daily lives of the citizenry. I often watch CROSSFIRE on CNN and have come to understand better the role that any government should play while in office.
Dec 6, 2013 - 12:39:12 AM
Kenneth Tellis I ask you considering the facts below is Canada really a functioning Democracy?
An English-speaking resident of Kebec can be fined heavily in the province Kebec for placing a sign in English on their restaurants, offices or places of business, and they have no recourse to the law, since the Kebec government has enacted laws that make it illegal to post English signs. Even the Federal Government of Canada simply upholding their Constitutional Rights giving people who put up signs in English in Kebec no protection because to do so might antagonize the Kebec Government
Nov 30, 2013 - 12:07:53 AM
Kenneth Tellis Bernard Drainville and Jean-Francois Lisee attempt to sully Thomas Jefferson
Bernard Drainville at best can be described as mediocre, but then comes Jean-Francois Lisee who is a genius in his own mixed-up mind. Since Kebec does not have any people with much intelligence they have no choice but scrape the bottom of the barrel for talent in the political field. At best these are Kebec's big time failures that resort to borrowing quotes from U.S. history.
Nov 22, 2013 - 8:38:17 AM
Kenneth Tellis "Old Soldiers never die, they simply fade away"
My father was Major Joseph Paul Tellis an officer in good standing in the British Army his country with both honour and distinction in World War I and II. I could not find a man as dedicated to his duty as my father was.
Nov 13, 2013 - 8:02:53 AM
Kenneth Tellis The mask of Janus has two faces
When, I judge a situation today, I do so with regards to my personal experience with the Franco-Amerindians or Kebecois. When I recently wrote about the mask of deception falling off the face of Celine Dion, when she supported the Charter of Kebecois Values wholeheartedly, I for one knew the score having lived through a similar experience, so, if you judge me harshly when I write something about Kebec, I can only put it down to lack of experience on your part.
Nov 5, 2013 - 4:23:16 AM
Kenneth Tellis He that lives upon hope will die fasting!
Just think of the Boston Tea Party and how it changed the course of history. Then think of the way committees of correspondence were founded by Samuel Adams and the Sons of Liberty, and take that as a lesson in how to become more effective when dealing with your enemy. Form Committees of Correspondence and co-ordinate your activities. Because you will have then walked in the footsteps of those who had nothing and yet they went on to challenge the greatest military power on earth and won.
Oct 31, 2013 - 5:55:11 AM
Kenneth Tellis Ottawa the Federal gaming house of rigged slot-machines and crooked roulette wheels
The very first Official Languages Commissioner in Ottawa was Keith Spicer, a very approachable very just and unbiased man, whom one could approach and get an honest evaluation for a complaint. Then we have Max Yalden who was very biased to the point that you could not get straight answers from him with regards to a complaint about not getting services in English, but if the complaint was about not getting served in Joual (French patois) you would get very likely get some action.
Oct 28, 2013 - 2:40:28 PM
Kenneth Tellis Time to cut back on Federal Transfer Payments to Kebec that are used I hiring Language police
The Pauline Marois Parti Kebecois government is in the business of using Federal Transfer Payments to hire members of the language Police (Tongue Troopers) to enforce its laws that ban the use of the English Language in Kebec, even though it is an OFFICIAL Language of CANADA, while that very money been transferred by the federal government of Canada to Kebec is money that it has received from English- speaking TAXPAYERS in the main.
Oct 25, 2013 - 12:07:56 AM
Kenneth Tellis History in North America has been falsified by governments and historians alike
In 1604 The Dugua expedition entered the Bay of Fundy, and the French settlers began their first colony on Ile St-Croix. But, the their first winter on Ile St-Croix brought with it suffering and disease, and they had to pull up stakes and move to a new location in 1605 at Port- Royal where conditions were much more amenable. And thus began the first French colony in North America founded by a French Protestant Pierre Dugua Sieur de Mons in what is today Ste-Croix, Maine in the USA.
Oct 23, 2013 - 6:50:25 AM
Kenneth Tellis How three Kebecois monkeys have reappeared on the Kebecois political scene?
Of course we should begin with Jacques Parizeau's tirade against money and the ethnic vote who he lays the blame for defeating him in the Kebec REFERENDUM for separation from CANADA in 1995, But he has gone one step further by stating that it was the Italians, Greeks and Jews that sank his ship in 1995 and lead to his early departure from Kebec politics.
Oct 9, 2013 - 6:05:41 AM
Kenneth Tellis Kebec's conflicting religious views that began during the Quiet Revolution have come to a head
Kebec's Quiet Revolution of the 1960's removed the Catholic Religion from the forefront of their Franco-Amerindian Society and did not replace it with any new form on which to base their society. But that left a gaping hole in what was to come after it, the insular views of the Left Wing Parti Kebecois that had no mores on which to base their society. Thus they threw caution to the winds and hoped for the best by creating something based mainly on prejudice.
Oct 6, 2013 - 12:17:02 AM
Kenneth Tellis Let us for once be open about the real history of New France
Everyone comes out with a spin that they have been fed since the Trudeau era about the Kebecois, Canadien and Acadien being French, when that was not the case at all during the time when New France was settled and its intendants who ran its trading enterprises were ordered to by the King and his First Minister, usually a Cardinal to force Frenchmen who were single to take Amerindian women as wives. This was done on a very large scale during the reign of Louis XIV also known as the Sun King.
Sep 17, 2013 - 7:05:38 AM
Kenneth Tellis Bloc Kebecois Straw man Daniel Paille defends Parti Kebecois Chartre des Valeurs
It is not the Straw man from the Wizard of Oz this time but the head of the Bloc Kebecois Monsieur Paille (straw) that has taken umbrage at the criticism of the lone Bloc Kebec Member of Parliament Maria Mourani against the racist bill proposed by Parti Kebecois premier of Kebec Pauline Marois called "Chartre des valeurs quebecoises" that regulates all religious symbols expect those of Catholicism in the province , by splitting hairs and calling the icons of Catholicism the cultural symbols of Kebec in order to discriminate against all other religions.
Sep 14, 2013 - 12:05:25 AM