Dr.Dusseldorf wrote:The injustice of official bilingualism is that it is being applied to
discriminate against anglophones outside Quebec, while Quebec itself
remains militantly unilingual. Official bilingualism is being used
and abused by francophones as a forced entry into positions of power
and influence across Canada.
The petition to end official bilingualism is clearly meant to reach
as many people as possible in Canada and I hope
that those who get this link will participate. Read it through first
and if you agree with the message they are sending out, add your name
to the list and pass it on to all your friends and relatives. Ask
them to help start a nationwide protest against this policy that is
discriminatory and grossly unfair to the majority of Canadians.
It has so far collected over 3500 online signatures:
to read the petition click:
also see their site at: www.languagefairness.ca
The rights of English and other linguistic minorities in Quebec will have to be sacrificed in order to do this, and to end bilingualism elsewhere.
Nope....no sacrifices s.v.p....BTW....there are more English Quebecers in QC than Franco-Ontariians....We like our English services....and intend to keep them...
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