A Warning to Right-Wingers in Quebec City

A recent referendum on the establishment of a Muslim cemetery in Quebec City resulted in a win for the “No” vote — that is, the WAYCISTS.

The dhimmi mayor of the city has responded by warning the “right wing” that he is watching them, and will crack down on them hard if they step even an inch out of line.

Many thanks to Ava Lon for translating this article from TVA Nouvelles:

Muslim cemetery in Saint-Apollinaire
Labeaume advises La Meute to keep quiet

by Stéphanie Martin
Journal de Québec
July 18, 2017

The mayor of Quebec City counsels small groups like La Meute [The Pack] to keep quiet within the city limits because they are being watched.

“It’s extremely toxic. We are dealing here with the right wing, which tells itself scary stories and creates its “militias”. In any country where this happens, it has never resulted in a beautiful story,” commented Régis Labeaume, on the sidelines of the congress of the Network of Francophone and Francophile Cities of America. “Ideologically, I’m disgusted to see groups like that. I guarantee you they will have zero room for maneuver. “

Le Devoir also reported on Tuesday that La Meute, which says it fights radical Islamism, was involved in the “No” victory camp in the referendum for the Muslim cemetery project in Saint Apollinaire.

The mayor fears the creation of militias that use weapons. “We live in a society of laws. We do not need weapons. I advise them within the limits of the city of Quebec to remain very quiet. I will not accept that. I advise them to walk very straight and make no mistake.”

He suggests that at the slightest illegal action they will be countered. Whether it is riot, illegal demonstrations or incitement to hatred. Though in the latter case, the mayor agrees that this can be complex since it must be proved. “I’m just waiting for them to make a badly cut mark in Quebec City. We will not give them a chance. “

The Quebec City has in its sights three groups that convey the identity of Québec. La Meute, Atalante and The Soldiers of Odin.

“I asked the Quebec police to give me a report on this to understand the full picture.”

These groups, which paraded in Quebec City, create fears concerning situations that don’t exist, according to the mayor. “It’s provocation. We must not create something that doesn’t exist in Quebec City. […] The problem is that there are nut cases that descend on the town.”

Radical Islamism is not present in Quebec City, and if it were, the authorities would know it because of their constant vigilance, says the mayor. He has repeatedly spoken out against radical Islamism himself.

The Minister of International Relations and Francophonie, Christine Saint-Pierre, is concerned about the propagation of a hate speech in the Saint-Apollinaire case. “Do not campaign on hate or fear of the other. If they (La Meute) have worked on the hatred of the other and the exclusion of the other, I find it a pity. Because it’s not Quebec. This is not the message that Quebec wants to send.”

11 thoughts on “A Warning to Right-Wingers in Quebec City

  1. The article itself is a bit fuzzy, but I think fuzzy allegations of illegality are a threat to liberty. It illustrates the danger of the criminalization of “hate speech”. A crime is a crime against a person: violence, personal harassment, property damage. These are all aggression towards an individual and have to need to resort to charges of “hate crime”.

    “Hate crime” charges are a more-or-less open attempt to limit free speech; no more and no less.

    • Could not agree more Ronald. ‘Hatred’ is an emotion, and in criminal offences will always be a ‘motivating factor’ in the commission of the crime, whatever that may be.

      But it is the action of the offender that produces the criminal act, and for which he or she is charged, not the driving emotive factor of hatred.

  2. “Do not campaign on hate or fear of the other”, says the Minister, “…hatred of the other and the exclusion of the other … is not the message that Quebec wants to send.”

    Unfortunately, Minister, this IS the message that Islam sends (ordinary orthodox Islam, that is, not the vaunted “Islamism”):

    “… the Muslim has an attitude of enmity and hatred of the kaffirs [non-Muslims] in his heart …..he should hate them inwardly.”

    “things that will help you to hate them and regard them as enemies…..”

    “You should hate them….”

    “.. you must love the Muslims … and hate the kuffaar …”


  3. “The problem is that there are nut cases that descend on the town.”

    True – they all are completely insane. They all actually believe that a mass murdering, child-abusing rapist from the 7th Century is the “Perfect Man” and the ultimate role model for all mankind and you do have to be a total nut case to believe that. Why they are allowed to settle in the West is beyond me. But who is the bigger nut case? Those who follow this insane, violent, supremacist ideology or those – like this mayor – who aid and abet its advance?

  4. Translation to reality: “We want a nice, quiet submission to Islam, with no messy right-wing resistance. Stay quiet and you’ll be okay.”

  5. Heres what i mean! Read this..

    My advice, dont ever visit portugal, and certainly DONT EVER EVER BUY any property in portugal, they will steal it from you, using the tactics of fining you, harrasing you using gnr terror thugs, the gnr torture abd murder people in police stations in portugal.

    The gnr can arrest you and imprison you in detention for a year if you even shout at or insult one of them.

    Are you going to move to portugal??? I Thought not

    Read on


  6. “We must not create something that doesn’t exist in Quebec City.”

    That is precisely what the people did when they voted against the muslim cemetery. Something that did not exist was not created.

    The dhimmi mayor should choose his words better, this way it’s just funny.

  7. The Algerian colonies in Quebec are so large Algerian newspapers have sections covering the news there.

    • Almost all “colonies” are concentrated in Montreal.

      Quebec City is known as a place not too friendly to immigrants, who as a result choose not to move there.

      That’s what this is about, to a good extent. And in that sense, La Meute wins regardless, because it causes would-be immigrants to just go to Montreal, instead.

  8. Eventually, Islam whose population growth is far superior will overwhelm our cultures and values. It’s well organized in all aspects of society including politically. Sharia is sneaking in here and there and everywhere, and will be the law of the land. With a large youth denomination better educated than their parents, the 15-20 year old are in the resurgence of Islam and will have greater power to circumvent our inferior laws and supersede our way of life quasi-peacefully or violently. Why not! Our political and institutional leaders are obliging even by breaching the Charter with M-103 to intimidate indigenous Canadians with threats of islamophobia.

    It’s doubtful that the PC will be willing to hinder Islam progress (Scheer nominates Lisa Rait as his Deputy Minister, the one who refrained from voting at M-103), not more than the rest of the Western world except for patriotic Hungary and Poland, countries which have experienced the horrors of invasion. We haven’t and may not have Islamists’ spirit to save ourselves – don’t we! Make no mistakes, we are our worst enemies especially with leaders that, with the moral support of Islam, won’t hesitate to quell right-wing groups but won’t intervene with Islam’s hate activities. Shameful!

    But, what about those wrongly branded ‘islamophobes’ which include many of us? Do we really get intimidated by unjustifiable laws that make no sense? Someone wrote, “Those who are called the ‘Islamophobes’ are generally anything but. However, they are strong enough not to allow cheap name calling to stop them from honoring their moral convictions. The ‘Islamophobes’ are our best and our brightest. These are the people who can see around corners, connect the dots, spot a pattern, and are true to their moral intuition – even when it is inconvenient. The so-called ‘Islamophobes’ have the courage to speak out. It has been said that ‘liberty is paid for in instalments, one generation at a time.’ If you feel in your heart that you are ready to make your payment, to continue the legacy of freedom and liberty that has been paid for dearly by those brave men and women who have gone before us, then now is your time. Now is our time. Be willing to be branded an ‘Islamophobe.’”

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