Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Blog Post #22 - CANADA, A FRENCH COUNTRY?


Blog Post# 22



CANADA, A FRENCH COUNTRY ? 

Nah, you say?
Canada is an English speaking majority country modeled after the British homeland.


Well, that's not quite what is being PRESENTED.

If you look at how
government officials, companies 

and other Canadian entities
are delivering

“THE MESSAGE”
to the world
and to the Canadian people,
it would appear that there is an ever increasing effort to make it seem that Canada is indeed a French dominant country.

Or perhaps, 
to plant the seed that
IT IS


FRENCH FIRST
AND
FRENCH DOMINANT

CHECK THIS OUT
Oh and, just a reminder
Canada is OVER 80% English speaking
----------------
 How the world sees 
Major Canadian governmental
agencies

PSAC: Public service commission of Canada



CRTC

Canadian radio-television & Telecommunications commission


 


    Canadian Museum of History

 -------------------------
PUBLIC WORKS CANADA 

Does it appear to you that
"the message"
is
Hey world...
Canada is an English country?
 
---------------
HOW ABOUT THIS


Have you heard Canada's national anthem lately?
This was a performance of the Canadian National Anthem prior to the 2014 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Michigan Stadium 
between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Detroit Red Wings

This is how a predominantly English / slash  /American viewing audience is being presented with
--- FRENCH --- CANADA
Nice!!



Here's how the French language is given precedence and how the English language is treated as an after thought in some areas in
EASTERN ONTARIO
NOTE: These FRENCH ONLY signs on stores, and schools, and public buildings
ARE NOT in the province of Quebec.

Public servants disrespectfully refusing to provide service in English to their constituents in the majority English province of Ontario

AGAIN,
this is NOT in the province of Quebec
THIS IS HAPPENING IN EASTERN ONTARIO

----------------------

Here's how New Brunswick is moving towards the future as far as FRENCHIFICATION goes

 NOTE: This woman says,
"IT MUST BE FRENCH FIRST"
as she clearly denounces "bilingualism"

*IMPORTANT*
THIS IS NOT
IN
THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC


Here are a few "public institutions" that don't seem to be content with simply being bilingual

They have gone the extra step and are
also pushing
 FRENCH FIRST
AND
 FRENCH DOMINANT

The University of Ottawa























 
The Montfort hospital



Then of course, the infamous
"stick it to the English speaking majority"
French accent
on the Liberal brand





  
Why should a "federal" brand that is supposed to represent the majority people actually be more representative of the tiny minority?

Rather insulting to the MAJORITY English speaking people in this country,
wouldn't you say?


THINK ABOUT IT





Disclaimer:
French as a secondary language in most applications OUTSIDE the province of Quebec
IS NOT an issue at all.
The "issue"' is the PUSH for Frenchification,
which includes French ONLY and French dominance
on signs and within institutions OUTSIDE the province of Quebec.
A province, if I may be so bold as to remind everyone,
whose leaders, for all intents and purposes,
have little problem treating the English language as a disease.








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