I got to thinking about our members of Parliament and how they should react to this story, and that led me to the Bloq. You see, the Bloq does not sing O Canada, and I have proof. This video shows all the times O Canada was sung in Parliament in 2008, not once did the Bloq participate.
You can skip most of it, but make sure you listen to the Parliamentary pages sing, it's very well done, too bad our MP's aren't as enthusiastic. The pattern every Wednesday is Liberal/NDP/Conservative and then repeat throughout the year. The NDP has one guy who sings, usually all by himself. The Conservatives are the most enthusiastic, but not necessarily the best singers. NO BLOQ.
Why are we going ballistic about one principal in one school who banned the singing of O Canada, when some of our MP's will not sing O Canada. Why hasn't the MSM reported on this? If the principal can complain to the HRC, why can't we do the same with the Bloq? The PM doesn't dare call the Bloq separatists, because Quebec will take offense. It's time for us to be offended by a party that will not sing O Canada, but gladly takes taxpayers money not only for their paycheques but also to buy Quebec votes.
This makes me so mad because separatism had died down and was just about dead, then the NDP had to mess with it by arranging the coalition. The Liberals share the blame because they all, (including Iggy) signed the agreement. They are responsible for breathing life back into the separatist movement.
Separatism back on top of Bloc Quebecois' agenda
ST-HYACINTHE, Que. -- Separatism is back on top of the Bloc Quebecois agenda after being on the back burner for a few years.
"Our goal is as pertinent as ever," Bloc Leader Gilles Duceppe said at a party meeting in St-Hyacinthe, Que., on Saturday
The real threat to Canada is not one principal banning the singing of O Canada, it is the Bloq, and until Canada wakes up to that fact, our country is going to remain fractured.