Analyse de Nomos-TV des partis politiques fédéraux canadiens en regard des prochaines élections

Alexandre Cormier-Denis: L’effondrement de la gauche souverainiste, sur Nomos-TV

Un petit rappel concernant qui est vraiment Maria Mourani

La députée Maria Mourani du Bloc Québécois a fait une sortie dans les derniers jours concernant les liens étroits qui existeraient supposément entre le Grand Prix de Formule 1 de Montréal et la prostitution. En dernier ressort, je me dis que chaque femme doit d’abord s’occuper de son derrière et laisser les autres femmes adultes s’occuper du leur. C’est une question de bon sens et de respect. Au-delà de ça, j’ai pensé que la meilleure façon de lui répondre serait de rappeler aux internautes qui est vraiment Maria Mourani. Marc Lebuis du site Pointdebascule.ca a fait un excellent travail à ce sujet. Je vous laisse donc lire cet excellent article pour que vous ayez une meilleure idée de quel genre de personne elle est pour se permettre de donner des grandes leçons de morale à la société québécoise. Les femmes sont belles au Grand Prix de Montréal? Et alors? On est pas dans un pays musulman à ce que je sache…

Leadership du Bloc : la candidate Maria Mourani entre l’incompétence et la complaisance à l’égard des islamistes

Addendum au cas de Philippe Couillard et l’Arabie saoudite: Maria Mourani et le Hamas…

Selon les informations recueillies par Pointdebascule.ca, Philippe Couillard n’est pas le seul politicien canadien connu du public à être sous influence étrangère. La député du Bloc Québécois, Maria Mourani, a fait la manchette à l’été 2010 en raison des liens qu’elle entretient avec des diplomates et ambassadeurs du Moyen-Orient, dont l’Arabie saoudite, le Yémen, les Émirats arabes unis, la Turquie, l’Algérie et le Liban. Une photographie prise lors de son entrée à la Chambre des Communes, que vous retrouverez dans les articles de Pointdebascule.ca ici bas, est éloquente à ce sujet. Ceci ne fait qu’illustrer le problème de façon encore plus nette et le gouvernement canadien devra faire des correctifs le plus tôt possible avant que la situation ne devienne hors de contrôle. Avant de vous laisser lire les articles, je me permets de citer un passage pour illustrer la dangerosité des positions de Maria Mourani:

a. Rappelons que la député Maria Mourani, députée de Ahuntsic aurait embarrassé son propre parti en ayant transféré à l’ensemble des 308 députés à Ottawa un bulletin d’information contenant des éléments de propagande faisant la promotion de plusieurs groupes «armés» considérés comme terroristes par le Canada.

 b. Le courriel, obtenu par le journal La Presse, contenait plusieurs liens, dont un vers une vidéo où se succèdent des images de drapeaux, de militants armés, de kamikazes, ainsi que de dirigeants de groupes tels que le Hamas, le Jihad islamique palestinien et la Brigade des martyrs d’Al-Aqsa, toutes des entités inscrites sur la liste des organisations terroristes du Ministère canadien de la Sécurité publique.

Des élites canadiennes et le chant des sirènes

La députée Mourani se défend

Mourani choisit d’attaquer

Maria Mourani, agente de propagande pour le Hamas et le Hezbollah

Alberta and Quebec: the birth of the new Canada

First, let me congratulate you, Neil, for having written this piece. By the way, the alchemical reference in the title is terrific. I think you begin to get the picture. Canada, historically, used to be a bipolar entity run by Ottawa, where resides federal power, and by Quebec with its « société distincte » based on language and culture.  So Ontario and Quebec used to be the two provinces where decisions were made or where trends were manufactured or developed. Now, in the 21st century, things are changing. With a planet of roughly 7 billion inhabitants, energy is a key element in the composition of a state.

In that regard, it is only logical that Alberta emerges now as the new center for English-Canada. Oil being increasingly determinant in shaping countries’s foreign policy, the province imposes itself as the new voice for stating the political agenda in the country. And Quebec, being already a giant in the production of electricity, may keep its position as a leader of influence, and even more if you consider that the province decided to add the oil-and-gas-industry to its portfolio and to undertake the exploitation of the Old Harry pit and of shale gas deposits in the St-Lawrence valley. If Ontario and Quebec used to be the two main voices in Canada until today, now it is Alberta and Quebec. Why Ontario isn’t anymore a leader in Canada, would you ask? Maybe because Ontario is synonymous with the past, when Canada was considered to be not much more than just a colony where companies could pillage natural resources and exploit the population for its workforce capabilities. In those years, much emphasis was being put on Canada’s inclusion in the Commonwealth and its disguised submission to the british royal family. In other terms, that vision of the country, which was fabricated for the 19th century when the country itself was born, is now outdated.

Like everything else, the political life evolves and countries with it. That is why the arrival of the Conservative Party is something interesting. Overall, they have a vision of the country, of foreign policy, of geo-politics that is much more mature than the one of the other parties. And the Bloc Québécois, after 20 years, begins to show cracks in the wall as many Quebeckers ask themselves about the pertinence to keep a sovereignist party in Ottawa that can’t do the sovereignty anyway and leaves us in the opposition forever. I always voted for the Bloc since its inception. But this coming election, I will vote for the Conservatives. They have a lot of policies with which I disagree…but they support Israel. You see, Israel is the barometer of a country’s foreign policy. You wanna know where a country lies on the geo-political scale? Check its policy toward Israel. It tells all. The fact that the Conservatives support Israel means that they would increase the pressure on Islamists, use tribunals to expulse them out of the country, take measures to protect our culture, our civilization and our values, etc. But, most importantly, it means that they get the picture of the geo-political theater and have a good take on the actors that are playing in it.

The Bloc Québécois was born when MPs from Quebec split away from their parties after the Meech Lake debacle. To use an image, it is almost as if the Progressive faction of the Progressive Conservative Party would have split. It probably has, since the Party slowly disintegrated afterwards. When it was brought back to life through a merger with the Canadian Alliance Party, the Progressive element had disappeared, only the Conservative element remained. You know what? I just had a crazy idea… What if the Conservative Party and the Bloc Québécois create a coalition to allow ourselves to have a majority in the Parliament? Wouldn’t it resemble Alberta and Quebec united? Wouldn’t it resemble a new Progressive Conservative Party? Michel Kelly-Gagnon is right with his analysis. It is time that we move on. And you are right, Neil. The fleur-de-lys and the rose could and can unite. It is probably one of the greatest realization of alchemy if we can achieve it. Let’s keep our eyes on the goal.

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