Fier d’être un méchant SÉPARATISTE qui veut briser l’unité canadian!

Nous apprenons qu’il y aura prorogation des activités du Parlement anti-Québec jusqu’au 26 janvier prochain. Ne vous inquiétez pas mes chers fédéraleux étatistes, la charogne étatiste soi-disant libérale fédérale séparatiste est trop faible politiquement (avez-vous vu la présentation ridicule de Stéphane Dion hier soir?) pour continuer à former une coalition séparatiste visant à détruire le Cacanada et les méchants séparatistes ne contrôleront pas le Cacanada!

Ce serait un suicide politique pour la charogne étatiste soi-disant libérale fédérale séparatiste d’essayer de former un gouvernement de coalition séparatiste, ou d’aller en élection alors que le parti libéral fédéral séparatiste est trop faible politiquement et est contrôlé par les méchants séparatistes.

La soi-disant crise politique fédérale séparatiste est une bonne affaire pour les Québécois. Le Québec-bashing qu’il provoque est une démonstration claire de l’idiotie du soi-disant fédéralisme d’ouverture (autrement dit « fédéralisme étatiste centralisateur ») prôné par Jean Charest et, plus que jamais, de la pertinence du projet séparatiste du PCul. Et comprenez-moi bien, même les membres de charogne étatiste soi-disant libérale fédérale séparatiste, de la charogne étatiste néo-médiocrate séparatiste, et de la charogne étatiste séparatiste des Verts pensent la même chose que les CONservateurs: les méchants séparatistes constituent le pire problème au Cacanada, encore pire que la pauvreté, la crise économique, la pollution et les talibans! Pire encore, Stephen Harper a laissé entendre dans son dernier discours à la nation canadian que la coalition n’est pas légitime parce que des méchants séparatistes en font partie: en fait, ce serait moins pire pour lui s’il n’y avait pas de méchants séparatistes et il n’aurait pas fait tant de boucan et proféré tant de haine envers le Québec.

Les masques tombent, le fédéralisme d’ouverture prôné par le tandem Charest-Art-Peur est une supercherie et le Québec-bashing bat son plein dans le Rest Of Canada, et j’espère que ce Québec-bashing va se poursuivre! Défoulez-vous mes chers gens du ROC, cassez-en du sucre sur le dos des méchants séparatistes! Voilà la meilleure façon de réveiller le mouvement séparatiste qui dort au gaz pendant cette campagne électorale!

Parlant de Québec-bashing, je vous suggère ce vidéo:

Regardez comment les méchants séparatistes sont dangereux pour le Cacanada!

Le Cacanada est en danger, les méchants séparatistes vont le détruire!

Voici deux textes publiés dans le site du Parti CONservateur anti-Québec (la version anglaise est plus honnête). Dans le premier, il est question de l’appui de Jacques Parizeau le méchant séparatiste à cette coalition. Je suis d’accord avec lui.

PARIZEAU ENDORSES COALITION

December 03, 2008

Parizeau set to get the weak, unstable and disoriented federal government he always dreamed of. Now, more than ever, we must all Stand up for Canada.

It is becoming increasingly clear that Stéphane Dion and Jack Layton have sold out their principles by signing a separatist pact with the Bloc Québécois – a pact now blessed by hard liner Jacques Parizeau, a former PQ Premier.

Hard line separatists like Jacques Parizeau have only one objective: the establishment of a weak, unstable and disoriented federal government that will forever be incapable of acting in the national interest.

Thanks to Stéphane Dion and Jack Layton, Jacques Parizeau is set to get the weak, unstable and disoriented federal government he always dreamed of – all without obtaining the democratic consent of the Canadian people.

PARIZEAU’S DREAM

A weaker government in Ottawa is eminently satisfying. It’s not in the best interest of sovereignists that many people still consider Ottawa as a stable and serious government. The image must be one of a weak, disoriented government, which will become weaker and more disoriented in the future. This is perfect.” — Le Soleil, January 19, 1991

PARIZEAU’S (EMERGING) REALITY

Former Premier Jacques Parizeau applauded without reservation Gilles Duceppe and the Bloc Québécois’s recent “impressive victory” in forming a coalition government in Ottawa. ” — Journal de Montreal, December 3, 2008

TAKE ACTION

Canadians want an effective federal government that will govern in the interests of all Canadians. They don’t want their federal government de-stabilized by separatists who only desire a weak, unstable and disoriented federal government.

Stéphane Dion and Jack Layton have made their choice. It’s time we made ours. Now, more than ever, we must all come together and Stand up for Canada. There can be no separatist pact without the consent of the Canadian people.

Voici l’autre texte:

NO MANDATE FOR LIBERAL-NDP-SEPARATIST BACKROOM COALITION

December 01, 2008

On October 14, 2008 Canadians rendered a clear judgment in the Federal Election.

Stephen Harper and the Conservatives promised strong, certain leadership to protect Canada’s future in a time of unprecedented turmoil.

Canadians passed judgment on Stephen Harper when they awarded the Conservative Party a strengthened mandate.

In the same election Stéphane Dion and the Liberals promised a massive new carbon tax that would strangle Canada’s economy.

Canadians passed judgment on the Stéphane Dion and the Liberals who received their lowest public support since Confederation.

In the same election voters passed judgment on Jack Layton and the NDP who once again peddled and outdated socialist ideology and put thousands of jobs at risk by driving up taxes by tens of billions of dollars.

Canadians passed judgment on Jack Layton and the NDP who were relegated to a distant fourth in the House of Commons.

Voters offered no mandate to Stéphane Dion and the Liberals to govern the country. They offered no mandate to Jack Layton and the NDP to influence the economy.

Voters offered no mandate for the Liberals and NDP to form a coalition government – and in fact, the Liberals ran against such an arrangement.

And voters certainly offered no mandate for the Liberals and NDP to form a formal coalition with the separatist Bloc Quebecois – a movement dedicated to the destruction of the country.

Yet that is what the opposition are promising.

A government led by Prime Minister Stéphane Dion.

The socialist NDP running the economy.

And Bloc Quebecois having a veto over all policies while they continue to destroy Canada.

It is the opposition’s choice to oppose the government. It is their choice to embrace Quebec Separatists. But not with out a mandate.

The Liberals, NDP and separatist must first face the Canadian voters. Otherwise any coalition will be an illegitimate regime without any mandate to govern.

Voici quelques extraits de déclaration de députés CONservateurs lors de la séance du 3 décembre dans le Parlement anti-Québec. N’ajustez pas votre écran, je sais qu’il y a beaucoup de radotage!

Mr. Tim Uppal (Edmonton—Sherwood Park, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, I would like to take a moment to read a quote from one of the separatist coalition’s biggest supporters, “Sovereignists have no interest in people looking at Ottawa as a stable serious government. The image projected must be that of a weak government”. These are the words of Jacques Parizeau, the man who almost tore our great country apart. Yesterday he said that the separatist coalition would be “good for a sovereign Quebec”, not good for Canada, not good for the Québécois people who like everyone else expects the House to make Canada work.

The people of Canada are outraged, people like Greg Douglas in my riding who has collected over 50,000 signatures in a petition against this separatist coalition.

The Leader of the Opposition is so desperate for power that he has made a formal alliance with the people who want to make Canada fail. If he truly believes in the separatist pact, he should show the courage of his convictions and take it to the people.

Hon. Jim Abbott (Kootenay—Columbia, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, the Liberal, socialist, separatist coalition is trying to impose a radical agenda on Canadians.

This is not middle-of-the-road liberalism, but an alliance of extremes. It includes NDP out of touch economic polices, as if the answer to a global economic crisis is tax hikes.

This coalition has full support from the leader of the separatist movement’s most hard-line factions, Jacques Parizeau. He says the coalition is “good for a sovereign Quebec”.

We have not seen this kind of clear insight into the separatist agenda since Mr. Parizeau gave his opinions on that particular night 13 years ago when a plan to break up Canada was foiled.

Today we must stop another scheme of danger for all Canadians from coast to coast to coast. If the Leader of the Opposition truly believes in his separatist coalition pact, he should show the courage of his convictions and take it to the people.

Mr. Royal Galipeau (Ottawa—Orléans, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, a decade ago he was brought to Ottawa to save Canada. Now, due to political expediency and his impending demise as leader of the Liberal Party, he has made it his mission to destroy Canada and the province of Quebec.

Not only has he made a pact with the secessionists—whose sole goal is to weaken Canada—but he has also turned his back on the remains of his reputation as a defender of Canadian unity.

Why does the leader of the Liberal Party no longer believe in Canadian unity and a proud and strong Quebec within a united and vibrant Canada?

The leader of the Liberal Party does not believe that Canada should come before the entitlement of a party that won only one in four votes. The separatist Liberals should not try to impose their anti-Canada agenda on this country.

If he truly believes in his separatist pact, he should show the courage of his convictions and take it to the people.

Mme Sylvie Boucher (secrétaire parlementaire pour la Condition féminine, PCC):

Monsieur le Président, le député de Papineau et tous les membres de son parti doivent enlever leurs lunettes roses et arrêter de croire que le Bloc a renoncé à son idéologie. Sommes-nous les seuls à comprendre que le Bloc tente par tous les moyens de faire avancer sa cause, la séparation du Québec?

Le fait que Jacques Parizeau approuve et applaudit la coalition est une preuve du piège dans lequel le Parti libéral et le NPD sont tombés. Comment le chef du Parti libéral peut-il se convaincre qu’il se bat pour le Canada alors que, encore une fois, il sera celui qui donnera des minutions aux Parizeau, Landry et Marois de ce monde? Veut-il vraiment cela?

L’instabilité dans laquelle nous plongent les partis de l’opposition est totalement irresponsable et est la preuve qu’ils ne sont pas dignes de la confiance des Canadiens.

M. Steven Blaney (Lévis—Bellechasse, PCC):

Monsieur le Président, Mme Bergeron de Lévis m’écrit aujourd’hui et déplore la situation politique:

« Ce désir de renverser le gouvernement m’apparaît semblable à un coup d’état. Les gens que je côtoie sont du même avis. De plus, nous refusons catégoriquement qu’une coalition prenne (et vole) le pouvoir sans avoir été élue par le peuple. « 

La coalition séparatiste joue un jeu très dangereux. Plaire aux indépendantistes Jacques Parizeau et Pauline Marois pour assouvir sa soif de pouvoir est totalement irresponsable et ne mène qu’à l’instabilité.

Le Canada a besoin d’un gouvernement responsable et expérimenté avec une seule paire de mains sur le volant.

C’est ce que nous offre le leadership de notre premier ministre avec le gouvernement conservateur.

Mrs. Shelly Glover (Saint Boniface, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, this coalition is having disastrous consequences for Canada. The coalition is dividing Canadians as we stand on the brink of an economic crisis. We do not need a constitutional crisis on top of everything else. When Jacques Parizeau is happy, I start to worry. It is not surprising that the Liberals are again adding fuel to the sovereigntist fire, but it is completely absurd that the NDP is in on this strategy.

Why is the opposition trying to divide the country when our government corrected the fiscal imbalance and recognized the Quebec nation, thereby showing Quebeckers that they are an integral part of Canada? Once again, francophones in Canada will find themselves isolated, and once again, they can thank the Liberals.

Mr. Peter Goldring (Edmonton East, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, I first ran for a seat in the House of Commons in 1997 to stand up for Canada and fight for national unity.

However, the separatist contract signed by the opposition parties this week threatens to wipe out all of the progress we have made on the Canadian unity issue.

Yesterday, Jacques Parizeau, a prominent leader of the separatist movement, endorsed the separatist contract between the Liberals and separatists. Let me read what Jacques Parizeau said just a few short years ago: “The image projected needs to be one of a weak, disoriented federal government which will be even more so in the future. That is perfect”.

He is right about one thing. This separatist contract would weaken Canada’s economy, would weaken Canada’s democracy and put the unity of our country in the hands of separatists.

The actions of the Liberal-separatist coalition will have real consequences for all of Canada. When will the Liberals come to their senses and do what is right?

Right Hon. Stephen Harper (Prime Minister, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, this government is taking action by preparing the upcoming budget and additional measures for our economy. The Liberal Party leader proposes to help the economy by signing a pact with the Quebec sovereignists to govern the country. This is not a plan to improve the economy; it is a plan to destroy this country, which is why he should withdraw his proposal.

Mr. Speaker, today the leader of the Liberal Party received an unqualified endorsement from his plan from Jacques Parizeau. Let me tell members, in Mr. Parizeau’s own words, why he supports the kind of arrangement the leader of the Liberal Party is proposing: “A weaker government in Ottawa is eminently satisfying. The image must be one of a weak, disoriented government, which will become weaker and more disoriented in the future. This is perfect”.

The leader of the Liberal Party is not working with us to prepare the budget and to strengthen this economy, but to weaken this country.

Mr. Speaker, if the leader of the Liberal Party wants to save the jobs of Canadians, he can put on the table specific proposals that will save those jobs. He can reach across the aisle and work with this government, which will be pleased to work with him on saving this economy, but he must walk away from this deal with Jacques Parizeau and the separatists which can do nothing but weaken this country, which is Mr. Parizeau’s very objective.

Mr. Speaker, let us be very clear about what the leader of the Liberal Party is proposing. He is proposing to govern with the Bloc Québécois and to give it a veto over all important decisions, over all financial policies in every sector of this country. That is the price he is prepared to pay to become prime minister. That can do nothing but weaken the Canadian economy, weaken our democracy, and weaken our country.

Mr. Speaker, the leader of the Liberal Party sat down with the leader of the separatist party on national television. Those pictures are all there. They will show those flags put way off to the side where they are out of the camera angles.

If the Liberal Party continues down this path, those images will never be forgotten by the Canadian people. If the Liberals want to help the Canadian economy, they should sit down with us in front of the flag and do it now.

Hon. Stockwell Day (Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, before last night, I had never seen this document, I had never heard of this document and I never authorized this document. It is a complete fabrication.

I can tell you, Mr. Speaker, my DNA would never allow me to do a deal, a coalition, with socialists and my heart would never allow me to do a deal with separatists.

Mr. Speaker, I am pleased and honoured to repeat that I had not seen or heard of this document until last night. I never authorized this document and I have never, ever discussed this document.

As I have said before, it would be bad enough, it would be going against my very DNA to do a coalition deal with socialists. It would absolutely go against my heart and the hearts of Canadians to do a deal with separatists. No coalition with separatists.

Right Hon. Stephen Harper (Prime Minister, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, the bold plan of the leader of the NDP is that the day the election is over he starts meeting with the separatists to plot a coalition to overturn the results of the election without any proposals to help any of the ordinary people he is talking about. This is a sellout of the interests of all of the people who voted for his party.

Mr. Speaker, if the Leader of the NDP wants to help this economy, he would immediately pass the elements in the economic and fiscal update that help the manufacturing and automobile sectors, that help the credit markets, that help pensioners and RRIF holders. And the leader of the NDP would walk away from a deal with the separatists, whom Jacques Parizeau says he will use to weaken our economy and weaken our country.

Mr. Speaker, the leader of the New Democratic Party does not have a plan for the economy; he has a plan to govern this country with Quebec sovereignists. It is as simple as that. It is not a plan for the economy. They have no plan for the economy.

The leader of that party can work with the government on additional measures for the economy if he wants, but he must reject this plan aimed at subverting our country, Canada.

Hon. Jim Flaherty (Minister of Finance, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, why is the member opposite and his party all members of the new socialist coalition, the new separatist coalition? Why are they opposed to helping pensioners in the fall economic update, help that is needed before the end of December? Why are they opposed to helping seniors aged 71 and older with RRIFs in this country, relief that is needed now in 2008?

I will tell the House why, Mr. Speaker. The new separatist coalition is opposed to helping pensioners, seniors and small businesses. It is on the Liberal website. It quotes the Liberal leader. Here is what he says about one of his new coalition partners:

« [The NDP leader’s] plan for the economy will raise taxes on businesses, further weakening our stock markets, eroding our savings and killing Canadian jobs…[The NDP] plan is paid for with monopoly money and is a job killer. « 

That is why the new separatist coalition will not support jobs.

Hon. Lisa Raitt (Minister of Natural Resources, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, as I have said many times in this House, we understand that these are very difficult times, which is why we are putting money into the community development trust. This will help those people who are suffering at this point in time.

However, I find it ironic that the member is only interested in listening to his constituents when it is for the purposes of sustaining the separatist coalition and when it comes to actually listening for the purposes, on a topic as fundamental as giving the separatists a veto on national issues.

Mr. Speaker, I will try again. The member for Labrador is not speaking on behalf of his constituents. He is speaking on behalf of a separatist coalition.

This government is working hard for the citizens of Canada. The coalition is bad for democracy, bad for the economy and bad for Canada. Those members should walk away from it or they should take it back to Canadians and let Canadians let them know what they really feel.

Hon. Stockwell Day (Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, maybe after question period, outside the House, the member will be able to tell us all whether he and I ever talked about a coalition. The answer is: we never did.

He can give us an answer after question period. Perhaps it a dream for him, but it would have been a nightmare for Canadians and for me.

Mr. Pierre Poilievre (Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister and to the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, on this side of the House, we are still playing for the Canadians.

I will list who the opposition members are playing for? They are playing for Jacques Parizeau, the former premier of Quebec. An Ottawa Citizen article states that former Premier Jacques Parizeau applauded, without reservation, the Bloc Québécois leader’s recent impressive victory in forming a coalition in Ottawa.

Whose side are they on? Will they stand up for Canada or will they stand for the separatist contract?

Right Hon. Stephen Harper (Prime Minister, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, the choice for the hon. member and for his party is very simple. If they really believe governing the country in a deal with the separatists is good for the country, then they should take that to the Canadian people and get a mandate for it or they should walk away from it and say it was a mistake.

Hon. Jim Flaherty (Minister of Finance, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, here is what a separatist coalition economic plan looks like: higher taxes, weakened stock markets, eroding our savings and killing Canadian jobs, all paid for with Monopoly money. Where can people read that? They can read that on the website of the Liberal Party of Canada.

L’hon. Lawrence Cannon (ministre des Affaires étrangères, PCC):

Monsieur le Président, à deux occasions j’ai travaillé main dans la main avec le député de Bourassa pour combattre deux référendums au sujet de la séparation du Québec du reste du Canada. Je l’ai fait avec la pleine confiance de mon collègue, mais aujourd’hui le choix est clair. Son chef a pactisé avec le chef du Bloc québécois. Je voudrais savoir une chose. Ce qui est légitime, ce qui doit se faire, c’est d’être capable de renoncer à cette entente ou de demander l’avis de la population.

Mr. Ed Fast (Abbotsford, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, the crisis initiated by the separatist coalition has Canadians very upset. In my home province of British Columbia, the radio open line shows are being swamped with angry Canadians. People are furious at this power grab by the defeated opposition parties.

Hon. Stockwell Day (Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, I agree with the member for Abbotsford. My own constituency office has never been flooded with so many calls in such a short period of time from people being upset about this.

Premier Campbell has reflected on the fact that he would like the separatist coalition to stand down at least until it has a chance to see the budget. He also politely made reference to the fact that the federal Liberal leader does not “resonate with British Columbians”. Not resonate. In the last election, the Liberals barely achieved above fringe party status and the socialists, the NDP, got 17%. They now want to take that separatist coalition to British Columbians and ask for their support.

British Columbians vote a lot of ways but they will not support separatism.

Hon. Jim Flaherty (Minister of Finance, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, as the member of the separatist coalition knows, there is a plan that we are acting on for jobs in the manufacturing sector, through credit and so on, with more than $3 billion. What is the attitude? The attitude is negative. The attitude, in fact, of the separatist coalition is to spend $30 billion and put this country back into permanent debt. It is not even sure where the number came from.

Yesterday, the member for Toronto Centre, a member of the separatist coalition, said that the number was made up but that he did not know who made it up. He said that it came out of thin air.

Hon. John Baird (Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, there is one thing this Prime Minister, this team, and this government will never do, and that is accept a separatist government on this side of the House in this country.

We are committed to providing sound, good government to ensure that we respond to the economic crisis. We will not join on board the Jacques Parizeau train, as the member opposite is doing. He should back away from this deal.

It is wrong for Canada, and this party and this government will always stand up for what is right for this great country.

Mr. Pierre Poilievre (Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister and to the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, judging from the overwhelmingly negative reaction they have all received to the separatist coalition, they are now trying to change the channel. It is not surprising.

We know from Mr. Parizeau’s own words what he wants to achieve: “A weaker government in Ottawa is eminently satisfying. The image must be one of a weak, disoriented government, which will become weaker and more disoriented in the future. This is perfect”.

Distractions aside, this government will stand four-square against the separatist coalition. We will stand up for Canada.

Hon. John Baird (Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, it is this government that is building Canada, and it is that party opposite that wants to join in a coalition government with the separatists. That is simply unconscionable.

I have to say this: does she realize what Jacques Parizeau has said? Former premier Jacques Parizeau applauded without reservation the Bloc Québécois’ recent impressive victory in forming a coalition government in Ottawa. If the member opposite is concerned about building, she should join us and build a stronger Canada.

Right Hon. Stephen Harper (Prime Minister, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, the only jobs that this deal with the separatists creates are six cabinet jobs for the NDP. If the hon. member wants a vote, let the people of her riding and the people loyal to this country right across this country vote for this country.

Hon. Leona Aglukkaq (Minister of Health, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, Premier Fentie has blasted the backroom deal devised by the separatist coalition. This is what he said: “Canadians did not vote for a Liberal-NDP coalition government supported by the separatist Bloc Québécois”. The premier also called the opposition attack on Canada’s Prime Minister patently false.

Northerners know that signing a deal with separatists is a recipe for disaster. Northerners and Inuit are not for sale to the separatists.

There is only one Prime Minister in this House who has delivered real results for the north, and one prime minister to lead us through this uncertain time. That is this Conservative Prime Minister.

Mr. Dean Del Mastro (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage, CPC):

Mr. Speaker, in my opinion I do not owe an apology to that gentleman. They owe an apology to Canadians. They owe an apology to Canadians to whom they said what this party stood for.

Ed Broadbent stood in this House and said that anyone crossing the floor should face the people. That is what he said. They have crossed the floor twice, once to the separatists and now to the Liberals. They are complete sellouts. I will not apologize.

What they are doing is wrong. I will stand for Canada.

Tout cela nous montre à quel point les Québécois ne peuvent plus s’épanouir en restant dans le Cacanada. Je suis fier d’être un méchant séparatiste qui veut détruire l’unité canadian! Mieux que ça: vive la séparation de l’Alberta, une alternative de plus en plus populaire grâce aux méchants séparatistes du Québec! Lundi prochain, il n’y a qu’une seule alternative viable: élire un gouvernement péquiste séparatiste majoritaire pour tenir un référendum sur la séparation du Québec l’an prochain et, par la même occasion, sacrer dehors Jean Charest et sa charogne étatiste fédéraleuse centralisatrice soi-disant libérale, qui est complice de ce déferlement de haine contre le Québec.

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