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
Kenneth Tellis How do you spell Canada? Chaos is the real spelling.
While everyone thought that what Kebec did in 1974 was only a minor change and thus no real problem, turned out to be the greatest threat to Canada since Confederation. It was Kebec premier Robert Bourassa's Bill 22, whose very aim was to totally outlaw the English-language in Kebec. Of course it had the backing of Canada's Franco-Amerindian Prime Minister Pierre-Elliott Trudeau, who was really the instigator of it all, because this whole scheme was trashed out at the clandestine group of its plotters at the home of Gerard Pelletier on Elm Street, Westmount, Kebec, on November 22, 1963. It was so secretive that no English-speaking Canadian was invited to it. The main discussion of the meeting was how to obtain complete power in Canada by stealth without anyone from the English-speaking Majority being any bit the wiser.
Sep 4, 2013 - 6:37:35 AM
Kenneth Tellis Franco-Amerindian (Kebecois) hypocrisy in motion
Yesterday the three major political parties of Kebec issued a statement that the Crucifix in the Kebec Parliament (national assembly) over the speakers chair is a historical artefact, which is why it hasn't been removed. That argument is facetious to say the least, and is based on a glaring lie.
Sep 1, 2013 - 8:40:48 PM
Kenneth Tellis Why the Franco-Amerindians of Kebec are marching to a different drum
There is a bit of confusion here on the where the two distinct schools of thought between Kebec and English-speaking Canada came from. While Pauline Marois's Charter of Values hails from the rigid system that was the norm in France in the era of kings, the English-speaking world had the Magna Carta on which to draw their rights and liberties from, and regarded them as something very precious to their way of life.
Aug 29, 2013 - 1:30:55 AM
Kenneth Tellis Komedie Kebecois
Where can you get a free comedy show today? Why of course at the NATIONAL ASS in Kebec. Now there is where foreign visitors to the Village of Kebec can get a good laugh for free. You do not need to spend a dime. If it was New York City it would cost you a pretty penny for such entertainment. But there is a difference, all the actors in the National Ass comedy are members of a troupe called that the NATIONAL ASSES. Of course they are fully paid representatives of the various political and that is why the show is free.
Aug 25, 2013 - 12:40:19 AM
Kenneth Tellis Language is but a means of COMMUNICATIONS between people
In 1636 France invaded and conquered Brittany. The first act of the French conquerors was to declare French the sole official language and outlaw Gaelic the language of Brittany. It became a criminal offence to speak, read or write in the Gaelic language of the Bretons, and that had been the case until the German invasion of France in 1940. The people of Brittany welcomed the Germans with open arms. Yan Goulet the leader of the Free Breton Movement was instrumental in bringing back Brezhoneg (Gaelic) the language of Brittany at that time. After the allied invasion on D-Day June 6, 1944, Yan Goulet fled to Saorstat Eireann (Irish Free State) which was a neutral country, where he died many years later.
Aug 20, 2013 - 3:12:42 AM
Kenneth Tellis The Clarion sounds its message as the moment of freedom is nigh for Canada!
I read in the news yesterday that someone in Ontario was borrowing the original Magna Carta and exhibiting it in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This document is verily the Great Charter which gave the people of England the right to limit the powers of the king. It is thus the very basis by which we in the English-speaking world have attained our inalienable rights, one which the powers that be cannot amend or rescind.
Aug 17, 2013 - 12:13:29 AM
Kenneth Tellis Canadians avoiding the reality of their struggle for basic rights
You can write all you want to someone who has no interest in what you are saying as is the case of the thousands of letters written daily to members of the Canadian parliament or ministers of the Federal government. They will not be swayed one iota by your issues, as their own personal interests come first. It is somewhat like lecturing a deaf man, who cannot hear a word of what you are saying.
Aug 9, 2013 - 4:48:13 AM
Kenneth Tellis What made the American struggle for independence possible?
Now is the time to unify all the different groups instead of fighting as separate entities. Take a hard nosed stand against those who have voided your rights, no doubt the next move might be in which you have no choice like the American colonists, but to use armed force and take back your just rights.
Jul 31, 2013 - 11:02:21 AM
Kenneth Tellis Kebec Publishing Glaring Lies in New York
To prove my point here is an extract from a letter written by U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King on May 11, 1942 , and mailed a week later on May 18, 1942.
Jul 28, 2013 - 6:53:48 AM
Kenneth Tellis An open Letter to the honourable Kathy Dunderdale
A few years ago Quebec premier Jean Charest tried to thwart Newfoundland and Labrador's chances of obtaining money to finance its Muskrat Falls Hydro-Electric project and give employment to people from that province. Quebec assumes that every English-Speaking Canadian province owes them money for something or other. That is the usual spiel taken by Quebec since the Trudeau era, when he personally favoured Quebec at every twist and turn, and gave it undue advantages over all other provinces, some of which have been recently echoed by his son Justin Trudeau, who openly stated that Canada belongs to Quebec, rather than the opposite.
Jul 24, 2013 - 9:25:33 PM
Kenneth Tellis Borrowed plumes do not a Peacock make
Calixa Lavalee went ahead and created the music of the National Hymn for 'les Canadien', and by 1880 it was polished and the words that were written had blatantly religious overtones, when it received the permission of the Governor of Kebec. It was first played at Skating Pavilion in Kebec City on June 24, 1880. The ownership of this National Hymn for the les canadien has always been the Societe-Saint-Baptiste de Montreal and not the Canadian government as many people assume.
Jul 17, 2013 - 12:07:55 AM
Kenneth Tellis Kebec Senselessness
This article was from a British Columbia newspaper and it gives one a very good idea of the theories of disingenuous bunch of people called the Franco-Amerindians/Kebecois who go out of their way to denigrate the people of the U.S.A.
Jul 9, 2013 - 10:07:27 PM
Kenneth Tellis Icit Kebec! (This is Kebec in JOUAL, French patois)
Just recently 17-year-old Erin Moran, a part-time worker in an IGA store in Saint-Lambert Kebec was informed by her supervisor that she was forbidden to speak English during her breaks. She was informed that she "had" to speak Joual (French patois) the language of Kebec. As the issue got bigger a protest was mounted by the English-speaking community, and the proprietress of the store one Louise Menard confirmed that there was no official store policy restricting with respect to the speaking of any language.
Jul 7, 2013 - 2:57:33 AM
Kenneth Tellis 'Lying': The Kebecoise Art Form
Just think that la Metisse Brigitte Frot, Executive Director of the Kebec Soccer Federation of Laval, Kebec, first orders that members of the federation who are Sikhs and wear turbans because of their religion to cover their heads are in violation of the Kebec Soccer Federation rules and are thus not permitted to play Soccer.
Jun 21, 2013 - 3:00:13 AM
Kenneth Tellis What gives America its strength and its greatness?
As a people the New Englanders were up to the task and if they were successful, it was because they had backbones. Not only were these new Englanders great achievers but people who could develop ideas and make their lands the envy of their Franco-Amerindian neighbours in the French colony of New France. We sometimes overlook the real reason for the French and Indian Wars, because we have not taken the time to do an in-depth study
Jun 18, 2013 - 9:39:48 PM
Kenneth Tellis An open letter to Brent Rathgeber, MP Edmonton-St. Albert
Your recent decision to leave the Conservative Caucus based on principles, was if nothing else an eye-opener for other Conservative MPs who have been acting like trained seals and have really been party sycophants for years and do not in any way or form really represent their constituents. Your point of view is well taken and I do hope that other MPs in all the parties will now consider themselves as people who were elected by the people to be their representative and not a government's toady.
Jun 12, 2013 - 6:31:53 AM
Kenneth Tellis Are Canadians being betrayed?
When those in the English-speaking majority in Canada collude with those who want to destroy Canada, we must treat them no differently to traitors who have sold their country to its enemies, because they are people of questionable loyalty.
Jun 4, 2013 - 6:26:10 PM
Kenneth Tellis Letter to Prime Minister Harper of Canada
It is well within your power Mr. Prime Minister to have the Royal Canadian Mint, issue such a coin to show the American people that our friendship goes beyond words, but is expressed in our deeds. In closing this letter, I hope that you will at the very least consider my idea.
May 12, 2013 - 12:10:47 AM