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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2012 1:49 pm
 


FrenchPatriot wrote:
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You're about as French as Bart.


Je ne le conais pas.

Bite me.

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Still don't believe you're French... just a troll trying to stir up some shit.

That's "...je ne le connais pas".


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2012 4:31 pm
 


FrenchPatriot wrote:
Not surprising.
It would take a damn stong woman with a damned strong stomach to take one of your ilk. A French woman would take you by the ear child and out the door you would go.

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Now English Canada will all pay the price. A loose, loose situation.


FYI: It's "lose, lose".

'Loose' is what the Frenchman is after we fuck them.


I spell badly in both official languages.

Do you Modi Anglais?

It will be the most expensive fucking you will ever have. Keep smiling. The French have a way of making their orgasms last a long time while yours was premature ejaculation and you got it all over yourself. It was real short. Just like English dicks are.

It would appear you're trying to be the dick you'll never have.





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Speaking for most of my Anglo friends in Montreal ,put a ballot in front of us asking if Quebec should stay in Canada and our response will be Quebec?You're gone


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I take it that this is not quite like an American state wanting to secede from our union. Does Quebec currently have some amount of autonomy (separate laws, regulations, agencies, etc.)?

How in the world would a single province survive as a separate soverign nation without the direct support of Canada?


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 6:13 am
 


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Speaking for most of my Anglo friends in Montreal ,put a ballot in front of us asking if Quebec should stay in Canada and our response will be Quebec?You're gone

I worked almost exclusively with Anglos in and around Montreal for decades... never met one like you describe... so sorry, your "fact" means nothing.

Since you seem to have so many problems living in Québec, may I suggest you pack up your stuff and leave.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 6:22 am
 


Toastmaker wrote:
I take it that this is not quite like an American state wanting to secede from our union. Does Quebec currently have some amount of autonomy (separate laws, regulations, agencies, etc.)?

How in the world would a single province survive as a separate soverign nation without the direct support of Canada?


Yes Quebec has some autonomy with provincial laws, regulations, and agencies.

Quebec is also a have not province, meaning that in order for it to fund its extensive social programs, it requires payments from Ottawa.

It could easily separate as long as it instantly adopted Greek style austerity measures as well as exercised Chechnyan style crackdown on Anglos and Cree that would then wish to separate from a separate Quebec.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 8:11 am
 


Toastmaker wrote:
I take it that this is not quite like an American state wanting to secede from our union. Does Quebec currently have some amount of autonomy (separate laws, regulations, agencies, etc.)?

How in the world would a single province survive as a separate soverign nation without the direct support of Canada?


How is their problem.

How not ----- is all of Canada's problem.

It seems that English Canada do not care for their country enough to think of the ----- how not.

No wonder the French wish a new country. One that cares for it's members regardless of the mother tongue.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 8:16 am
 


FrenchPatriot wrote:
Toastmaker wrote:
I take it that this is not quite like an American state wanting to secede from our union. Does Quebec currently have some amount of autonomy (separate laws, regulations, agencies, etc.)?

How in the world would a single province survive as a separate soverign nation without the direct support of Canada?


How is their problem.

How not ----- is all of Canada's problem.

It seems that English Canada do not care for their country enough to think of the ----- how not.

No wonder the French wish a new country. One that cares for it's members regardless of the mother tongue.

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:lol:

The province doesn't even do that, let alone the mythical country.


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This is fun [cheer]


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 2:04 pm
 


A Frenchman who can't spell "Maudit" is no Frenchman.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 2:09 pm
 


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One that cares for it's members regardless of the mother tongue.

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You better take a look at the practices of the various governments in Quebec as it is the exact opposite of your statement.

If you want to be accepted as being different with the freedom to practice your mother tongue then choose any other province.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 4:56 pm
 


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A Frenchman who can't spell "Maudit" is no Frenchman.

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True dat... also câlice, crisse, ostie, sacrament and tabarnak. :D


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