That’s all we needed at the end of the campaign. A 2022 campaign that, we hope, does not bode well for those to come because it did not honor politics or Quebecers.
Insults, mistakes, controversy, arrogance, ageism and dirty recovery tricks…
Absent from this campaign: education and culture.
That says it all and it catches the eye. As my old lady says, “It’s the size of a cow in a corridor.”
Precisely this Saturday of Culture Days, the city of L’Assomption had a high-quality cultural program that it had to cancel in order to “welcome” the protesters of this convoy.
Instead of taking advantage of the cultural activities offered to them, people have had to stay at home and close their shops for fear of their city being looted.
In the name of FREEDOM
This small town of Lanaudière, stronghold of Mr Legault’s county, was attacked to express his anger at his “totalitarian” regime.
We are not afraid to exploit the pandemic. We call for the resignation of Mr Legault. We lay wreaths in front of the CHSLDs, we cry out in horror that we have deprived children of their freedom. The government is accused of forcibly vaccinating them, reflecting the “conspiratorial” discourse.
We can’t help but see an influence from Conservative leader Éric Duhaime. His campaign slogan “Free Home” could only fuel this anger.
Misguided Rage. If there is one thing that should encourage us, it is the lack of importance given to education in this campaign. We have problems and serious shortcomings. The pandemic has drawn us. But let’s look ahead.
The future of our children depends on education. And our survival as French speakers in North America depends on it.