why the frick did these fricking frogs stay

why the frick did these fricking frogs stay

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    They got a lot of concessions until the 50s or so, and even then they've never assimilated. Independence may have been interesting, but in reality being part of Canada is better than the inevitable 51st state Quebec could have become.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    As far as I can tell, Canada has literally no culture. Everyone here says that America has no culture, but Canada is LITERALLY the example of it. It’s nothing but an economic zone, where migrants come to then go to another country. For what is worth, at least they have French people there.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    They are the same as what Puerto Rico is to the USA, they may larp about being independant and so forth but they are 100% reliant on Anglo gibs to function, something like 40% of the budget frogs social welfare system is funded by Ottawa

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      No, they're like what Georgia is to the US. They are an integral province of Canada, just like Manitoba or Newfoundland, not a territory like Puerto Rico or Nunavut (which politically would probably be the closest analogue). There is an independance movement, and many Quebecois consider themselves Quebecois, rather than Canadian, due to their unique culture and language, but legally, they are just Canadians, like a Manitoban or Newfoundlander.

      https://i.imgur.com/GlmJJ0s.jpeg

      As far as I can tell, Canada has literally no culture. Everyone here says that America has no culture, but Canada is LITERALLY the example of it. It’s nothing but an economic zone, where migrants come to then go to another country. For what is worth, at least they have French people there.

      You've never been, or, you've only been to Toronto. Quebec obviously has its own distinct culture, as well as the Maritimes (especially Newfoundland). The rest of Canada has the same problem the western US does in that it hasn't been settled for long enough for real local identities to really develop, although historically there has been an Anglophile old guard in Southern Ontario, as well as some other unique cultures (Lake Erie Scotch, Waterloo Germans/Dutch/Amish) in rural Ontario as well as different areas of Northern Canada often being more affected by indigenous culture (the Metis in Manitoba and Northern Ontario, the Franco-Ontariens, the Acadiens, as well as actual indigenous remnants).

      As far as a national identity goes, it isn't as strong as the US's, and since the US often drowns out Canadian soft power there is often the misconception that it doesn't exist. I would argue against this, but the distinction is probably too subtle for IQfy.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Quebec obviously has its own distinct culture, as well as the Maritimes
        No they don't lol

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Quebec is pretty distinctly Quebecois. Even their accent is... Not very European at all
          >t. French speaking New Yorker

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            yeah they do
            let's enumerate :
            >unique language (Québécois)
            >traditional clothing or vestment (ceinture fléchée, capote coats, moccassins, long tuques, the babiches raquettes in winter)
            >traditional food (tourtiere, poutine, paté chinoix, some types of pastries like pets/petteux de soeur [litt: nun's fart/ass], most of the recipes incorporating maple syrup)
            >traditional folklore and heroes(Jos Montferrand, Louis Cyr, Léo Major, the tale of the Chasse-Gallerie or Rose Latulipe)
            >historical landmarks (old Québec, old Trois-Rivières, old Montréal regroup most; some other places like Mauricie and Estrie)
            >unique lifestyle (several locations still operate roughly the same it did more than a century ago, especially in the regions)
            >a propensity for the visual, musical or performative arts (quite pretentious and a bit too post-modernist for my tastes, but oh yes; the dances are however very traditional)
            >a well-furbished selection of litterary works (yes)
            >a sentiment of belonging in the community and a will to preserve, enshrine or defend it (duh, else there would be no "Québec)
            do I need to say more
            >inb4 some of those are Canadian tra—
            hahaha, who do you think took the name first, before anglo posers came and tried to graft themselves on every fricking thing in this corner of the world? Verily, I say unto you, before "Canada" was, we were.

            >Language
            French speaking Americans
            >traditional clothing
            Most of that shit is just Native American shit and the rest is just stuff everyone wore in the 18th/19th century
            >traditional food
            They eat mcdonalds like everyone else
            >traditional folklore and heroes
            "stuff nobody cares about"
            >historical landmarks
            Old buildings are not culture
            >unique lifestyle
            No lol
            >a propensity for the visual, musical or performative arts (quite pretentious and a bit too post-modernist for my tastes, but oh yes; the dances are however very traditional)
            lolwut
            >a well-furbished selection of litterary works
            Like "The white Black folk of North America"
            >a sentiment of belonging in the community and a will to preserve, enshrine or defend it (duh, else there would be no "Québec)
            No lol
            >hahaha, who do you think took the name first, before anglo posers came and tried to graft themselves on every fricking thing in this corner of the world? Verily, I say unto you, before "Canada" was, we were.
            t. 1/16th "Quebecois" American
            Unlike you. I am actually Canadian and have relatives from Quebec. You know nothing about us

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Je suis de Repentigny pis j'ai de la famille icitte depuis la Nouvelle-France
            >1/16 French-Canadian
            >pic very related

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Funny considering the average frog from Quebec is only 1/4th French. Also ironic to use latam memes when they’re the biggest mutts in the world that wish their 30% Spanish ancestry was 100% lmao. Crazy to think the most race purist autists are always mutts from latin America

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            yeesh, hadn't read that much cope since the Durham report, and back then he was close to having a point, kek

            Nice bro. You can use Wikipedia.
            My Mother is literally from the Maritimes and We would go there during Holidays. They are no different from any other Canadian

            that's because you never celebrated Noël or Pâques with actually good food and good company

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >that's because you never celebrated Noël or Pâques with actually good food and good company
            What is this moronic AmeriHispanic even trying? Learn English before you come to IQfy

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Q.E.D.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Latams are always the most confident when spouting bullshit. They are also immense hypocrites but that’s a given for mutts

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Nice bro. You can use Wikipedia.
            My Mother is literally from the Maritimes and We would go there during Holidays. They are no different from any other Canadian

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            https://i.imgur.com/1LloHjM.png

            Je suis de Repentigny pis j'ai de la famille icitte depuis la Nouvelle-France
            >1/16 French-Canadian
            >pic very related

            >t. 1/16th "Quebecois" American
            kek do mutts really

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          yeah they do
          let's enumerate :
          >unique language (Québécois)
          >traditional clothing or vestment (ceinture fléchée, capote coats, moccassins, long tuques, the babiches raquettes in winter)
          >traditional food (tourtiere, poutine, paté chinoix, some types of pastries like pets/petteux de soeur [litt: nun's fart/ass], most of the recipes incorporating maple syrup)
          >traditional folklore and heroes(Jos Montferrand, Louis Cyr, Léo Major, the tale of the Chasse-Gallerie or Rose Latulipe)
          >historical landmarks (old Québec, old Trois-Rivières, old Montréal regroup most; some other places like Mauricie and Estrie)
          >unique lifestyle (several locations still operate roughly the same it did more than a century ago, especially in the regions)
          >a propensity for the visual, musical or performative arts (quite pretentious and a bit too post-modernist for my tastes, but oh yes; the dances are however very traditional)
          >a well-furbished selection of litterary works (yes)
          >a sentiment of belonging in the community and a will to preserve, enshrine or defend it (duh, else there would be no "Québec)
          do I need to say more
          >inb4 some of those are Canadian tra—
          hahaha, who do you think took the name first, before anglo posers came and tried to graft themselves on every fricking thing in this corner of the world? Verily, I say unto you, before "Canada" was, we were.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Well the Georgia comparison is more apt because it’s a shithole dependant on tourism and gibs to sustain its large lazy population. But Georgia is lazy because of nigs so Quebec still wins since i prefer lazy frogs over those

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Georgia
          >Tourism
          Lolwut? Nobody goes to Georgia for Tourism dude. Florida, Louisiana, New York, etc. those are tourist states, but not fricking Georgia

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            homie just admit you know nothing, Atlanta is the most popular black tourist destination in the entire USA. Atlanta alone gets 43 million visitors a year, that’s almost on par with New York that gets 55 million visitors. Florida is a boomer destination that alone attracts old people or people that only go to Disney

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It’s really quite beautiful, and if your people are adapted to cold climates, it doesn’t bother you in the least.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Quebec is to Canada as the New England Region is to the United States. It's the cultural and one of the greater economic hearts of Canada as well as the historic heartland of Canadian Culture.

    Altantic Canada ( Maritimes + Newfoundland-Labrador ) on the other hand is more defined by its Anglo-Gaelic Cultural Influences as well as its historic roots as the birthplace of Acadia and Acadian culture.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Immigrants and the ethnic vote.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

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      based and Parizeau-pilled

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Immigrants and the ethnic vote.

        >money and the ethnic vote

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Money and the ethnic vote

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