Yesterday, Quebecers abandoned the Bloc. The Bloc was the sovereigntist successor to the Quebec wing of the Tory party. But the commitment of the Tories to North American Union offered no comfort to Quebec nationalists and thus undermined the credibility of the Bloc with its informal alignment with the national Conservative Party.
The Liberal Party of Pierre Trudeau, which offered Quebecers a national home within a sovereign Canada, no longer exists, the Paul Martin - Michael Ignatieff Liberals having joined the globalists. A Liberal, today, is as ready to send Canadian forces to fight for the New World Order or invite US law enforcement agencies to operate on Canadian soil as any Tory. Thus the Liberal Party, no less than the Tory Party, represents eventual death to the Quebec nation and Canadian sovereignty.
With no alternative, Quebecers voted en masse for the NDP, thereby making that Province the power base for the official opposition. For the first time, the Harper Tories face an opposition that must, if it is to succeed, speak for the Quebec nation within a sovereign Canada.
It will be interesting to see whether the rump of the Liberal Party will join the NDP. Former Liberal cabinet minister and Ontario NDP Premier, Bob Ray will surely consider the option, as may Justin Trudeau, whose father convinced so many Quebecers that their nation had a secure home within Canada.
It will be interesting to see how Harper responds to the new alignment of forces. To cleave to the globalist line will cause increasing polarization in Canada. However, now that he has a safe majority in Parliament, we may find that his agenda is not quite what we thought.
The 2011 Canadian election results
Harper acceptance speech
"God keep our land, glorious and free."