QuebecOverCanada Posted June 11, 2019 Report Share Posted June 11, 2019 This thread is a tad different from the other ones on this forum, as most of you are most aware of Ontarian, Albertan, BC, SK politics than I am. I don't know what you guys feel about what's happening in your provinces, but in Québec, we're going through a phase which I find disturbing, politically wise. In Québec, we had two traditional parties who shared power since about 1976, the PQ and PLQ. PQ is a separatist party while PLQ is a federalist party. Things changed last elections in Québec with the election of François Legault (center right wing nationalist) who founded the CAQ party, while the PLQ and the PQ had their worse showing in decades, if not ever. That does not worry me. But there is a party, called QS, which stands for Québec Solidaire or Solidary Quebec when translated roughly from French to English, is an extreme leftist party, even when it comes to Québec province standards. This party had a great showing compared to its standards, and have MPs with great exposure from Radio-Canada (CBC in French), extremely flattering, extremely kind questioning by journalists in press conferences, have a huge web presence among Instagram and other vein celebrities on the Web. These losers, I swear, are taking over our political and activist institutions at the same time. Yesterday, the leader of the Women Federation activist group in Québec, hugely influential, called for vasectomy on all men aged 18 years old or less. The leftistm extremism in Québec is becoming more and more acceptable by the day. The leader is tied to QS ideologically, a clear supporter of the ideology this party adopted. QS is dangerous become it's gaining respectability, despite it being full retardedly extremist. Its program is a full one socialist green style state, with open borders and full welfare for everyone. Who pays the bill? The pesky rich. Who will leave the province ASAP if they get power. QS is currently sitting as third opposition of the Parliament of Québec, and I'm deeply worried. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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