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OMG, did we Quebeckers manage to finally elect ourselves a PM with a spine?

Less than 2 days after the election, Legault wasted no time in getting the secular charter on the table, using the nowithstanding clause if required to forbid government employees in position of authority to use religious symbols :lol: :thumb:

Turdeau wasted no time retorting his SJW rhetoric to Legault... the SAME soapbox crap that just lost Couillard his job. :lol:

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I wonder how much people can Maxime Bernier rally with his new PPC party? He will surely ride the CAQ wave in Quebec, potentially dilutiong the conservative vote and allowing the Liberals to win many counties.


I don't think Bernier's party will do well outside of Quebec. Scheer can become Prime Minister without Quebec, just like Stephen Harper did.


True.

On the other hand, unlike the tories, Trudeau CANNOT hope to win without the support of Quebec.

So, he better play nice with Legault or he's gonna get clubbed next year, even if the severely weakened Conservative party lost a chunk of their base to Bernier.

It might well turn out to be a tight 4-way race between Scheer & Trudeau for 1st and 2nd place, and with Singh and Bernier vying for 3rd.


95% of voters on the island of Montreal will vote for Trudeau, you can count on that.


I think you are giving Bernier way more impact than he deserves in this race. We'll see. Plus, i dunno how "weakened" the Tories are right now. Seem more like the favourites, methinks. Trudeau is likely done. Now, wheel sea.

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In other news...

Yesterday evening the Quebec province got liberated from liberals!
The CAQ victorious by a large margin.

Both PQ AND the liberals got a historic beating never seen for 50 years.


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Let's see how this goes. Seeing the curriculum of key players in the party, the province will be managed by a bunch of entrepreneurs instead of the traditional lawyers that were in the Libs and PQ.



I've long thought it would be good for Quebec to get out from under the shadow of the sovereignty movement. And this is the signal that at least for now, some light is shining in.

The provincial Liberals coasted for a lot of years on being the Not Sovereigntist Party. Electing the PQ to remove the Liberals was like shooting yourself in the head to cure a headache.

So, nice to see something different in that way. But wait and see what Legault is really about. So far he has not indicated that he'll turn out to be a climate retard like Ford, Moe, Kenney, and AB premier-in-waiting Kenney. But I bet they are going to lobby the fuck out of him to reject a federal carbon tax on the grounds that it is federal. Those lying scumfucks will do anything to ensure that Canada never does the right thing.

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Next year we'll see the provincial conservatives win big in Alberta.

These are all very bad omens for Trudeau's Liberals.


The United America Cons (or whatever those fagorts call themselves now) winning in Alberta is not newsworthy. Besides, when it comes to pipelines, there's no fucking difference between Notley or Kenney. Alberta's permanent ruling party is the oil industry, period. Nothing else matters there, or rather, nothing else is allowed to matter.

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On the other hand, unlike the tories, Trudeau CANNOT hope to win without the support of Quebec.

So, he better play nice with Legault or he's gonna get clubbed next year, even if the severely weakened Conservative party lost a chunk of their base to Bernier.



Get ready for a whole bunch of new federally-funded overpasses. That's my guess.

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Well he could start by funding the (much discussed) third bridge in Quebec City :beer:

I would like to withdraw my erroneous "weakened Tories" remark from my last post after I spent a few minutes keeping up with what's up with the western provinces and seeing this

https://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-ne ... on-trudeau


Unrelated, but beautiful article:
Stephen Harper:
"Populism’s rise points to real problems in our world. We ignore it at our peril"


https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion ... t-will-be/


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Unrelated, but beautiful article:
Stephen Harper:
"Populism’s rise points to real problems in our world. We ignore it at our peril"


https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion ... t-will-be/



I read that article this morning (in the National Post). Some stuff he says may ring true, but I makes sure to fellate himself in the article too. Huge gaps between what he writes, and what he did. Harper was only ever willing to invoke false populism, not the real thing. He never gave a rat's ass about ordinary people. He was always about serving the global elite - a slightly different global elite than Trudau's global elite, but do not mistake Harper (or any of his successors) for a genuine "man of the people".


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I don't claim to know even a fraction of what you know about Harper; I myself had zero interest in politics until a few years ago.
But you have to concede that he DID help us through 2007-2008 relatively unscathed.


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The new chief interim of PQ is the elect from county and town of MATANE, my very hometown.

I called it for MONTHS in my workplace that he would eventually replace Jean Francois Lisée. :m: :m: :m:
I actually met the guy in person (briefly) at a job I held in 2009 as a software developer.

Sure, the PQ is in tatters. But it's nice to see my small 12K population hometown on EVERY provincial news outlet , including the fucking Montreal Gazette!

QUEBEC — Battered and bruised, the remaining Parti Québécois MNAs have selected Matane-Matapédia MNA Pascal Bérubé as their interim party leader.
https://montrealgazette.com/news/quebec ... rim-leader


https://www.journaldequebec.com/2018/10 ... aire-du-pq


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sounds like a real cunt

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https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal ... -1.4858757

The crucifix isn't a religious symbol :?

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https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/quebec-francois-legault-crucifix-religious-symbols-1.4858757

The crucifix isn't a religious symbol :?


I'm completely in favour of removing all religious iconography, and that absolutely includes that particular little trinket. I have no problem with Quebec going after religious symbols, and really, I wish more places would do it. Unfortunately they're just using that as an excuse to go after brown people and giving the Catholic cult a free pass. If they're gonna go after the Niqab/Burqa, awesome. I'm for it - but you've got to tear down every last cross in the process.

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If they are to ban religious symbols, they need to sack up and take them all.

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Religion in all it's forms is hilarious, sad, and scary all at the same time.

Like the gathering of the juggalos.


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Religion in all it's forms is hilarious, sad, and scary all at the same time.

Like the gathering of the juggalos.


at least the gathering worships something that exists, though :lol:

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Unfortunately they're just using that as an excuse to go after brown people

Bingo

Fucking get rid of it all.

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Religion in all it's forms is hilarious, sad, and scary all at the same time.

Big time.

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Blasphomet wrote:
Religion in all it's forms is hilarious, sad, and scary all at the same time.

Like the gathering of the juggalos.


at least the gathering worships something that exists, though :lol:


Does it? DOES IT?


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Exorcist wrote:
Blasphomet wrote:
Religion in all it's forms is hilarious, sad, and scary all at the same time.

Like the gathering of the juggalos.


at least the gathering worships something that exists, though :lol:


Does it? DOES IT?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GyVx28R9-s

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Even though I am atheist, I think I might start wearing a crucifix. They seem to set off the tempers of militant atheist progressive lefties.

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Even though I am atheist, I think I might start wearing a crucifix. They seem to set off the tempers of militant atheist progressive lefties.

:thumb:

Speaking as a nationalist (this is NOT a dirty word over here in Quebec) who has closely followed the provincial elections since early this year, it's extremely amusing to see the same old criticism towards Legault, but instead of coming from elitist left wing media from within the province, now coming from outside of it. :lol:

Predictable liberals ... Vice.com, and now here with our resident australian...

Vice.com must be happy to have found themselves another "Jordan Peterson" to pointlessly call a xenophobic racist islamophobe.

Former Quebec PM Phillippe Couillard (the skunk in the following political cartoon from last spring) spent more than a year trying the same thing and it only strengthened Legault (the raccoon in the cartoon).

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Due to climate changes, new species, among which is the Opossum, immigrate to Quebec.

Raccoon: As long as they aren't too numerous!
Porcupine: As long as they speak french!
Skunk: RACISTS! XENOPHOBES!


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Say what you want about Juggalo's but they're at least the only subculture I'm aware of that can't and won't be co-opted.


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I hope Jennifer Keesmaat becomes the next mayor of Toronto because she's much nicer to look at than John Tory. Today she was wearing tight leather pants. She's still fine for 48.


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Yes but she is a bike lane loving NDP piece of shit.


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:lol:


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Yes but she is a bike lane loving NDP piece of shit.


:lol:


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