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Excerpts from the Municipalite Herouxville's "Publication of Standards"
So that the future residents can integrate socially more easily, we have decided unanimously to make public certain standards already in place and very well anchored in the lives of our electors.
Our Women We consider that men and women are of the same value. Having said this, we consider that a woman can drive a car, vote, sign checks, dance, decide for herself, speak her peace, dress as she sees fit respecting of course the democratic decency, walk alone in public places, study, have a job, have her own belongings and anything else that a man can do. These are our standards and our way of life.
However, we consider that killing women in public beatings, or burning them alive are not part of our standards of life.
Our Children Our children are required to attend public or private schools to insure their social development and to help integrate into our society. Any form of violence towards children is not accepted.
In our schools the children cannot carry any weapons real or fake, symbolic or not. The children can sing, play sports or play in groups.
In our families, the boys and girls eat together at the same table and eat the same food.
Welcome! Leave your customs at the door
The people of Herouxville, Que., say they welcome immigrants to their small town, but there are a few things they want to make clear: for instance, there will be no public stoning of women, and facial coverings are reserved for Halloween.
Mario Dumont, leader of the opposition Action democratique du Quebec, called this month for a Quebec constitution to enshrine the province's Christian-based values, which he said are under attack by the forces of political correctness.
"We are not racists. We invite people from all nationalities, all languages, all sexual orientations, whatever, to come live with us, but we want them to know ahead of time how we live."
Originally posted by djohnsto77
Multiculturalism is a recipe for disaster.
Term used to describe many cultures and learning to get on with one another with mutual respect.
Originally posted by CanadianGlasnost
During the Colonial Era, Great Britain tried to anglicise Quebec and the french canadian feared for their survival
Originally posted by Royal76
Stand up and have some b@!!$.