February 1, 2011
PROTECTING OUR COUNTRY FROM QUEBEC:
This is an appeal to Canadians to stop the continuing destruction of this country by politicians who are not protecting Canada against being changed into a French country. In Canada now, French is the essential language, the Federal Government protects and advances Quebec domestically and internationally, and English is a secondary language instead of the basic language historically in Canada.
Before our Canada, the Indians and Inuit owned North America. France has had no settlements in Canada since the Treaty of Paris in 1763. That was when France gave Quebec and the other North American territories to England in return for various islands in the Caribbean and a slaving port in Africa. Quebeckers knew that France had rejected them.
The same treaty included an undertaking by both French and British not to give assistance or protection to persons who would cause prejudice to the other regime. Quebeckers agreed to be loyal to Great Britain. Now they demand the rights of an independent country while they are supported financially by Canada.
Many Canadians regret the waste of years of our lives in trying to
find some way that Quebec politicians will work for the good of Canada.
On Remembrance Day we remember the losses of Canadian lives, but also
the fact that Quebec, which benefited from shipbuilding and other wartime
activity, regarded Canada as the enemy and failed to help defend this
country. Quebec still regards the rest of Canada as the enemy to be
WHAT MUST BE DONE?
Many Canadians think that we should obey whatever any law says.
WHAT CAN THE PRIME MINISTER DO?
He can refer any of the language laws to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Or he can give the people a Referendum where they themselves will vote on what they want. Premiers can do the same for their Province.
If Canadians want their voice to be heard in either way, they must organize groups and show them how the language laws are destroying the equality of Canadians. Their future depends on HOW MUCH PRESSURE CITIZENS PUT ON THE PRIME MINISTER.
WHAT ABOUT PARLIAMENT?
Parliament must not be involved. This must be a plea to the Prime Minister and his answer to the people.
I urge Canadians to get from Parliament a copy of the submission dated March 28, 1990, entitled "Presentation to the Standing Joint Committee of the Senate and of the House of Commons on Official Languages". It was presented by Ronald Leitch, extraordinary man, President of the Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada.
Mr. Leitch dealt with the Official Languages Act. He described the injustices, the dishonesty, the shame of Government actions and the illegal actions carried out to expand French in every part of Canada outside Quebec. Quebec remains unilingual French.
Get a copy of his speech. Read about the behaviour of the Committee. Then start organizing to demand that people get their voice at last.
ENDING THE WASTE OF MONEY
Canada was created as an English-speaking country. It has been impoverished beyond belief by the decision by Trudeau long ago to make it a bilingual country with Quebec unilingual French.
The cost of the Official Languages Act alone, without including all the areas outside Government where it applies, is astronomical. Enclosed is a summary dated November 19, 2010 by Jim S. Allan, of Toronto. The title says it all: "CANADA`S NIGHTMARE. ITS 1969 OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ACT." We have been bankrupted by bilingualism.
The goal must be to end forced bilingualism in Canada. Quebec is unilingual
French. Other Provinces and Territories are destroyed by forced bilingualism.
Please help them regain their freedom in any way you can.
Your donations to the Institute will be appreciated.
Dr. Marguerite E. Ritchie, C.M., Q.C.,
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