The Réseau de Résistance du Québécois (RRQ) is a small fringe Quebec nationalist group founded in that advocates Quebec sovereignty. In , the RRQ claimed a membership of people. The RRQ have released a manifesto, called “Manifeste du Réseau de One reading was the FLQ Manifesto written by the paramilitary organization. 5 oct. , complot entre le FLQ et des Noirs américains pour dynamiter de Cross et la cellule de Libération demande la lecture du Manifeste à. La cellule Libération du FLQ, ayant participée à la crise d’Octobre – site lui qui fut l’un des principaux rédacteurs du Manifeste d’octobre en
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Réseau de Résistance du Québécois
Some of this article’s listed sources may not be reliable. FLQ members practised propaganda of the deed and issued declarations that called for a socialist insurrection against oppressors identified with “Anglo-Saxon” imperialism,  the overthrow of the Quebec governmentthe independence of Quebec from Canada and the establishment of a French-speaking Quebecer “workers’ society”.
Of the people who were arrested, were eventually released without being charged.
The group split into two over what plans should be taken, but were reunited during the crisis itself. The ideology was based on an extreme form of Quebec nationalism that denounced Anglo exploitation and control of Quebec, combined with Marxist-Leninist ideas and arguments.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A botched gun robbery August 29,resulted in two deaths. Members and sympathizers of the group were called “Felquistes” French pronunciation: The crowd of RRQ supporters demonstrated their opposition to the Canadian monarchy.
Canada’s Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeauin his statement to the press during the October Crisis, admitted that the radicalism occurring in Quebec at this time had bred out of social unease due to imperfect legislation. Montreal Gazette, March 9, Montreal Gazette, April 1, Flag of the FLQ. Public Violence in Canada. This page was last edited on 12 Decemberat The antiterrorism unit arrested nearly two dozen FLQ operatives in 13 months.
Maniveste an impromptu interview with Tim Ralfe and Peter Reilly on the steps of Parliament, Pierre Trudeau, responding to a question of how extreme his implementation of the War Measures Act would be, Trudeau answered, “Well, just watch me.
The October Crisis of It helped sway public opinion towards mwnifeste conventional forms of political participation and drove up popular support for the PQ. The Anatomy of an Underground Movement.
In justifying his decision he described the FLQ as a “shock group” whose continued activities would only play into the hands of the forces of repression against which they were no match. This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. In Julypolice ddu and charged a sixth person in connection with the Cross kidnapping.
Réseau de Résistance du Québécois – Wikipedia
A group of six individuals, two of whom were brothers of FLQ members arrested in Robert Hudon and Jean Gagnoncommenced a series of crimes in Quebec over a period between September 26,and April 9, As a result of the invocation of the War Manifetse Act, civil liberties were suspended.
Montreal Gazette, April 13, Please help this article by manifese for better, more reliable sources. By the early s, most of the imprisoned FLQ members had been paroled or released.
Check date values in: Several persons who were detained were initially denied access to legal counsel.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A number of other members of the FLQ were arrested as well. But so were they. Jean Baptiste festivities at Pelican Park in Rosemont, Quebecmaniifeste heckled by members of the RRQ, but the heckling was met mostly with disdain by those in the audience and the band played on to cheers.
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