Pierre Bourgault

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Pierre Bourgault (January 23, 1934 - June 15, 2003) was a politician and essayist in Quebec, Canada, and a public speaker who advocated Quebec independence.


  • Not a single one, not a single one among us, in 200 years, has won a battle... and this is what it is to be colonized! When we have but martyrs! How can we have aspirations!? How can we have the will to fight!?
    • Rassemblement pour l'indépendance nationale speech.


  • A sect is nothing more than a religion that has not succeeded yet.
  • Science is often wrong. Religion always is.
  • The seagull has the air, the water and the earth. But yet, it loves French fries.

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