The 1995 Canada Referendum Hoax: Listen To The Queen Talking To A Radio DJ She Thought Was The Prime Minister
IN 1995, Canada was saved from destruction by the desperation of Canada’s prime minister, Jean Chrétien, and a sudden and passionate mobilisation of the “No” vote. The country voted. And Quebec would not leave Canada.
But it was close. The “No” campaign won, but only by a small margin — 50.6% to 49.4%.
Her Majesty The Queen had been worried, commenting, “It sounds as though the referendum may go the wrong way”. We know she said that because her telephone conversation with a radio DJ pretending to be Chrétien was broadcast to the nation.
Said Liz to Pierre Brassard, a presenter on CKOI FM in Montreal: “If I can help in any way, I’d be very, very happy to do so.”
Chrétien had to act. He addressed the nation:
“Have you found one reason, one good reason, to destroy Canada? Do you really think it is worth abandoning the country we have built, and which our ancestors have left us?”
All the blather about banking and fiscal plans is a weak argument. If you want a United Kingdom, wave the Union Flag.
Here’s Her Maj:
Spotter: Fraser Nelson