Seperatists Win…

February 14th, 2009

… now if only they would actually leave, instead of just stopping an activity. I’ve been covering this idiotic We Want to Win the Plains of Abraham this story that has been going on over a reenactment of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham. Well, it seems the morons rule the day, as the Federal government takes the cowards way out:

Given the real risk of violent confrontation between federalists and sovereignists, the federal government abandoned the idea of a recovery in due form of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham.

Ottawa a step backwards, but do not beat a retreat: the Committee on National Battlefields still highlight the 250th anniversary of the Wolfe-Montcalm confrontation through various educational activities dedicated to the history.

And so history will be re-written and violent separatists must be obeyed. For Shame!

Uncategorized, Wolfe Kicked Montcalm's Ass

  1. February 14th, 2009 at 10:32 | #1

    Hmm, Jean Charest opposed the re-enactment as well. Is Jean Charest a separatist?

  2. Nicola Timmerman
    February 14th, 2009 at 11:19 | #2

    Well he certainly is a soft nationalist and a coward

  3. machiavelli
    February 14th, 2009 at 11:54 | #3

    Compromise, or just one more of Harper’s frequent cave-ins to the French?

    It looks like our increasingly liberal Prime Minister will continue his practice of kissing Quebec’s butt; this time by historical revisionism, rather than the usual practice of throwing cash or power at them in a fraught but desolate attempt to buy frog votes.

    How far will Harper go to gain the approval of the French and the left; pretty far I would presume since he has to make up for the loss of the right-wing base of the Conservative Party?

  4. TangoJuliette
    February 14th, 2009 at 12:08 | #4

    If today history can be re-written tas to alter past events, why not, today re-write history as to alter past locations, what is there to prevent hundreds,thousands of communitites, clubs, groups, agencies, re-enactment clubs and historical societies across the rest of Canada staging thier own re-enactments of said battle?

    The Battle on the Plains of Abraham?

    Their separatist version: right place, altered outcome.

    Our Canadian version: altered places, right outcome.

    Nothing can stop Canadians from doing the right thing, in their own backyard – time and time and time again. filmed, photographed, recorded, televised, broadcast, printed on posters, bulletins, flyers, jpegs etc, in as many languages as could possibly be mustered. You-Tubed. Postcard mailing campiagn to blanket Quebec Province separatist, over and over again.

    Challenge the immigrants who have settled in Quebec, currently aligning themselves with the Seps. These new “Quebecois(e),” pocketing Canadian currency and travelling on Canadian Passports must be asked whether or not they would ever have accepted such blatant “revisionism” and re-writing of history in their country of origin?

    Now, as for me – I would be more than glad to re-enact the real part of a defeated soldier of New France. Costuming could be downright inexpensive. For the winning side: an appropriate “pre-Union Jack” flag hand painted on a T-shirt. For the Losers: a faded torn and tattered fleur de lys design done with magic markers, on any old T.


    t.e.& o.e.

  5. February 14th, 2009 at 12:15 | #5


    That’s brilliant, lets start a movement. It doesn’t even have to be accurate. Like that Monty Python sketch: old ladies belting each other with their handbags.

  6. TangoJuliette
    February 14th, 2009 at 12:23 | #6

    That most offensive WWII Toad of a sorry-assed excuse for a French Man? That cheese-eating surrender-monkey, Charlie ‘the captulator’ deGaulle? *His* statue on the Plains of Abraham?

    That should be torn down and melted, forged into butt-plugs and fleur de lys for free distribution to those who want to cause the disintegration of Canada. They’d have a choice of wearing one and havine the other welded into plave. They get to choose what goes where, and how it gets attached. *Then* they can be shipped out of the country.

    *And* Chuckie Dee? He too can be burned in effigy, anywhere in this fair land of ours, Canada having sacrificed so many of the Cream of Canadian youth, 1939 – 1945, in the battle to liberate France. Or does somebody want to try and re-write that too?



  7. Nicola Timmerman
    February 14th, 2009 at 12:38 | #7

    E-mail the Committee on National Battlefields if you can find an address. Remind them they are caving to threats of violence, not even real violence, and they are sorry excuses for Canadians.

    Also since we were supposed to soon have a reenactment of the battle of Sainte-Foy which the French won, enough with this rewriting of history à la Musée de la Guerre in Ottawa which trashed WWII’s Bomber Command.

  8. TangoJuliette
    February 14th, 2009 at 12:43 | #8

    Brian G.: Thanx. Pass it on. Grass roots Canadian history. Round up some chums. Do it in your home town. Bare bones model. One Brit trooper chasing, and running down one cowardly, fleeing, New France trooper.
    *And* one cinematographer.

    You. And two friends. You Tube it. And we win. Again. Imagine – Thousands of You Tubes of different recreations of the battle of the Plains of Abraham. Narrated. Titled. Each on different. Each one unique. Except, all are the same, in one singular respect: All re-enactors are joined in one powerful bond, that each and every participant refuses to knuckle down, refuses to submit to the threat of violence for we all know that this submission leads to violence being done to the History of one helluva great nation – Canada.

    Oh yeah.

    Variations on a theme.

    Any number can play. You and your group can also make it all as elaborate and as ornate and historically accurate as you might want, and/or be able to afford. 50 peice orchestral sound track, etc etc etc.

    It’s all guerrilla theatre. Guerrilla theatre? noun
    the dramatization of political and social issues, typically performed outdoors, e.g. in the street or a park, as a means of protest or propaganda.

    guerrilla? noun
    a member of a small independent group taking part in irregular fighting, typically against larger regular forces : this small town fell to the guerrillas | [as adj. ] guerrilla warfare.
    ORIGIN early 19th cent. (introduced during the Peninsular War (1808–14): from Spanish, diminutive of guerra ‘war.’



  9. Nicola Timmerman
    February 14th, 2009 at 12:46 | #9

    Okay. E-mail or phone James Moore, the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages. He is in charge of the Commission of Battlefields.

  10. TangoJuliette
    February 14th, 2009 at 12:52 | #10

    Or, if needed, Canada could recreate the 1995 pre-referendum rally. We could just show up in Quebec, en masse, and give these separatist clowns two choices.

    Oak or aluminium?

    D-uh. . .quois?

    Which material would you like the baseball bat to be made of?

    Quelle bat?

    The one you want me to give you a crack on the noggin and a whack on knee-cap with.

    D-uh . . .ohhhh…



  11. February 14th, 2009 at 13:40 | #11

    One Brit trooper chasing, and running down one cowardly, fleeing, New France trooper.
    *And* one cinematographer.

    Exactly what I was thinking, but your description is perfect.

    Ron, you in. I’ll even let you be the Brit. We could film you arriving in your MG.

  12. TangoJuliette
    February 14th, 2009 at 13:58 | #12

    Brian, Ron:

    I’d love to see what you guys come up with.

    The whackier, wilder, the better. “Serious (heavy, hard-hittng, biting) comedy and satire can disembowel the most determined of opponent. Turn it into a contest.. . . i.e.Roadrunner vs Jacques le Wile E Caouotee.

    Is there any way we can take this idea ‘vieal?’



  13. TangoJuliette
    February 14th, 2009 at 14:32 | #13

    Re: “vieal.”

    Should read: “viral.”

    Make it so.


    t.e.& o.e.

  14. February 15th, 2009 at 23:23 | #14


    Canadians are hateful, prejudiced people.

    For shame.

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