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    Quote Originally Posted by Astray View Post
    It was pretty gay before, I don't know if me showing up really touched on it.
    It is flaming worse than pk's shart spewing hemorrhoidic anal cavity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    No, your ancestors were British subjects during the American Revolution.
    !!!!

    You invaded us and we beat you https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invasion_of_Quebec_(1775) ! Why would we join the damn americain revolution when you guys invaded us and failed!

    Then, ironicaly, the same ancestors saved you LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murrandii View Post
    !!!!

    You invaded us and we beat you https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invasion_of_Quebec_(1775) ! Why would we join the damn americain revolution when you guys invaded us and failed!

    Then, ironicaly, the same ancestors saved you LOL
    Yes, we invaded you, the British. Your ancestors were Brits. The real French helped us out though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    Yes, we invaded you, the British. Your ancestors were Brits. The real French helped us out though.
    Were you guys british in 1774?

    LOL British fighting British LOL

    Another point: people in 1758 in Nouvelle France were all french then SUDDENDLY transformed, in 1759, in English subjects cutting suddendly family and ancestral links with France (a brother remaining in France while the other brother comes here was suddenly no more family tied).

    NONE OF the french in Quebec in 1759 had ancestry in France. NONE!

    LOL


    STRONG MAGIC OPERATING!

    p.s. NO FRENCH CANADIAN fought in american revolution. NONE (Besides Pierre Ayotte, Clément Gosselin, et cetera)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murrandii View Post
    Were you guys british in 1774?

    LOL British fighting British LOL

    Another point: people in 1758 in Nouvelle France were all french then SUDDENDLY transformed, in 1759, in English subjects cutting suddendly family and ancestral links with France (a brother remaining in France while the other brother comes here was suddenly no more family tied).

    NONE OF the french in Quebec in 1759 had ancestry in France. NONE!

    LOL


    STRONG MAGIC OPERATING!

    p.s. NO FRENCH CANADIAN fought in american revolution. NONE (Besides Pierre Ayotte, Clément Gosselin, et cetera)
    We were British, until we decided to not be British, and then we weren't anymore. You bitches decided to become British, rather than remain french.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    We were British, until we decided to not be British, and then we weren't anymore. You bitches decided to become British, rather than remain french.
    Little known fact. Americans would never have won the Revolutionary war without French assistance, including munitions, supplies, and the use of the French navy. It was not a coincidence that the Americans actually and officially gained their independence on French soil when they signed the treaty of Paris in 1783.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koars Light View Post
    Little known fact. Americans would never have won the Revolutionary war without French assistance, including munitions, supplies, and the use of the French navy. It was not a coincidence that the Americans actually and officially gained their independence on French soil when they signed the treaty of Paris in 1783.
    A: Thats a pretty well known core aspect of the history.
    B: There are LOTS of things that "the Americans" would never have won the revolution without.
    C: What part of Canada do you coincidentally live?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ososis View Post
    A: Thats a pretty well known core aspect of the history.
    B: There are LOTS of things that "the Americans" would never have won the revolution without.
    C: What part of Canada do you coincidentally live?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koars Light View Post
    Little known fact. Americans would never have won the Revolutionary war without French assistance, including munitions, supplies, and the use of the French navy. It was not a coincidence that the Americans actually and officially gained their independence on French soil when they signed the treaty of Paris in 1783.
    I bet you feel super smart after googling that and touting it as something you already knew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koars Light View Post
    Little known fact. Americans would never have won the Revolutionary war without French assistance, including munitions, supplies, and the use of the French navy. It was not a coincidence that the Americans actually and officially gained their independence on French soil when they signed the treaty of Paris in 1783.
    Everyone knows that. The fact is, Xcaliber and his ancestors from that era aren't french. They were British.
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