PQ uses religion as a smokescreen

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The Parti Québécois government wants to eliminate religious symbols worn by government employees. Mr. Drainville, Minister responsible for Democratic Institutions, suggests this is the only way to ensure that Quebec remains a secularized society.

The Parti Québécois government wants to eliminate religious symbols worn by government employees. Mr. Drainville, Minister responsible for Democratic Institutions, suggests this is the only way to ensure that Quebec remains a secularized society.
This “new crisis in the making” is nothing other than an attempt by the PQ government to have the Supreme Court disallow a law voted by the Québec government, and then add it to the PQ propaganda list to show that, once again, Canada has rejected Québec’s view. 
This demonstrates there are no boundaries for Mme Marois and her allies when it comes to reaching their sovereignty objective. 
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms already protects the right for an individual to choose his or her religion. There’s no way the Supreme Court would ever support the PQ proposal. The PQ knows this, but will bring this issue to its inevitable end which will, they hope, convince Quebecers to leave Canada.
Such thinking lacks moral and logical integrity and proves that the PQ has no legitimacy as a representative of the majority of Quebecers.
After listening for months about the corruption of some of our politicians and government officials when it comes to the construction industry, we are now witnessing how morally corrupt a government can be in order to achieve its primary political mission.
Hopefully, the people of Quebec will recognize this latest sting operation for what it is, and refuse to be the pawns the PQ wishes them to be.

Jerry Alary
GATINEAU (Aylmer)