In order to familiarize you with me, I would like to present you my short autobiography, as I promised you, a long time ago! In life, we do what we can with the best Tools available, in our environment. I have developed over time, a spirit of research and a great personal interest in disclosing my information to you.
Therefore, in order to make you aware of my personal development, I consider that my own disclosure of my being has become fundamental in order to establish a bond of confidence in the future of the evolution of the World Movement of Civil Disobedience, together with the Quebec development of this movement: the Quebec Movement of Civil Disobedience.
To this we must associate the creation of a political party, the New Era of Quebec, which will have to assume the stewardship of the state once the corrupt political system has collapsed.It is important for security And in the interests of the First Nations and the Métis Nation of Quebec … that stewardship be ensured without discontinuity.
So I go to action, because even if it is only a short autobiography, preceded by a long one that will be edited, this disclosure of my person will echo, you will see.
Also, given the international part of our business, I will translate this autobiography into English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Indonesian, Russian, Chinese, Arabic, German, Creole and Hebrew.
You will excuse me for disturbances because we have a revolution to make and we risk making noise!
MICHEL DUCHAINE, autobiography
Short, but honest!
Speaking of evolution, you need to understand from the start that no mechanical evolution is possible. The evolution of man is the evolution of consciousness. And consciousness can not evolve unconsciously.
Consciousness is a divine inheritance. It was given by god (or the Annunaki) to allow the adaptation and evolution of the Neanderthals!
The Liberation of the Humans of the Earth required an “awakening”!
“The awakening begins when a man realizes he is not going anywhere, and does not know where to go. “
My personal awakening arrived early in my life which was threatened from the beginning.
What you are going to read is my short biography, which should allow my many readers to get to know me better.It will be followed by a long version which could lead to many follow-ups.I would like to pay tribute to all those who have Walked with me, even for a short time.
Chapter 1-From Origin to Adolescence
The most distant ancestor I have been told would come from Normandy, France, but everything is relative.This means that there was always northern blood in my family.My great-great Joseph Duchaine (or Duchesne because the autograph of the name will change with my grandfather who will make this mistake all his life). Joseph Duchaine would have been a rider from the woods who was shuttling between Quebec City and the Saguenay- Lac St-Jean and sometimes also through the region of Charlevoix which was very sparsely populated at the time.
We are talking about the period beginning around 1844 and which corresponds to the installation of the company Price. There was practically no road at that time and that is why we used “coureurs des bois” At that time, to send mail or make commissions. Also, with the beginnings of logging, Joseph Duchaine decided to take wife and found a family. Several years ago I was explained That my grandfather had to make an exchange of goods in order to marry his wife who was of Attikamek origin.
This couple would have had several children including my grandfather, Arthur Duchaine. My grandfather who had married Albertine Tremblay will leave twelve heirs behind him. During his life he worked for the company Price, A sawmill, an election worker for Maurice Duplessis at Lac St-Jean and a builder of houses. The last house he built will become one of the most expensive in the city of Alma. He died at 78 On the point of death, he was raised in his bed to look for a last photo of the former premier of Quebec, Maurice Duplessis surrounded by his ministers.
I keep a quote from my grandfather: “When a house is too old that the solage is broken and it smells rot and vermin, it is destroyed and a new one rebuilt. It is the same with A government. We do not build new with old. “
My father died in 1985 at the age of 57. He also worked for a lifetime. He worked all his life for the Alcan Company. It was only during the Second World War that he worked occasionally on the basis of Of Peterwawa, in Ontario.This was the only other job he did, apart from the Alcan. In 1952, Alcan foremen rushed the countryside to find employees. In 1952 my father earned $ 110 clear by 2 weeks … and it was an excellent salary at the time. He will die in the year when the company’s executives refused his pre-retirement. He was a foreman and was responsible for blast furnace programming before To die. He will not have time to rest because he owned a kennel or we were breeding dogs (16 breeds) and some cats. My father is the one who taught me to program In basic, at the time.
She is 87 years old and lives with a friend in an apartment in Alma. During the Second World War, she was a teacher, but abandoned her career by marrying: it was hard for a woman to continue To work after her marriage at the time, at Lac St-Jean.
Chapter 2-My birth and my childhood
I was born on Christmas Day in 1953 in the morning. I had a very happy childhood with my parents. As I was their only child, we were surrounded by large families of 14, 12 and 10 children. In the fifties, the parish priests mounted the pulpit and talked about the importance for women of bringing as many children as possible. My mother was particularly attentive to my education: she showed me to read before the age of 5 years. At the age of 6, I had already received as a gift the encyclopedia of Youth, the encyclopedia Grolier and Countries and Nations of Grolier. Even before my second year, I knew the history well, I knew my geography by heart I could, even in the second year, speak for several minutes on subjects like animals, plants, even the planets of the solar system.
My childhood proved difficult because the other children saw me as different from them and rejected me. The jealousy of other families who could not pay for toys, good food and good clothes for their children soon To set up several avenging arms against me. During all my years of primary school, it was a succession of battles with punches and kicks on the way back from school. I have sometimes suffered good scrapes, but j I have given good ones too.
Subsequently, my parents adopted 3 daughters who became my sisters and the future source of great conflicts in my family.
This period ended when I had my eighth grade (or my first year of high school). I had already become a scholar in several fields and I gave a lot of help to others around me.
I had plenty of facilities to study and I liked to talk.In the seventh year I was already starting to give lectures in class and I liked sharing my discoveries on research that I was doing then.
Chapter 3-My Adolescence
I remember how my classmates had delighted my companions at the time: I had gone from zero to hero in a very short time. My best and most remarkable lectures of that time were made on dinosaurs, space , The death of Winston Churchill and especially the assassination of John Kennedy.
The assassination of John Kennedy was the trigger for me. I was sitting in front of the old Fleetwood television in black and white. The whole family watched the procession when the shots were heard. Did not see people in the same way after that … so much so that in 1968, carried away by the wind of change of the time, I was one of the first to expose the famous little red book of Mao on my I had become a very rebellious teen who had a certain influence that was leaking on others.
The little red book was found in the wood-burning stove the day I came across the famous book by Jacques Bergier and Louis Powell: “The Magicians’ Morning.” This book opened the door to fantastic realism. I will read completely the works of jimmy Guieu, Robert Charroux, Guy Tarade, etc.
I will eventually finish by documenting the Third Reich.
Chapter 4-The events of October 1970
During the events of October 1970, in Quebec, I will be in contact with the cell of the Sons of Liberty. In order to support the revolutionary action of the Front de Libération du Québec, we organized a student union called “Common Front Students” , In order to confront the political system. In the midst of the October crisis, we were confronting the police in the middle of the street to support the FLQ: I was 17. We were more than 100 students in alma against the liberal dictatorship and the Law on the measures of war. A mini-cell had begun the urban guerrilla against the institutions of the time.
When I was 47 years old, I was talking about civil disobedience. I had to fight dozens of interrogations, threats, etc., so that I could return to freedom.
Chapter 5-Back to school and work
A challenge: in 1974, I volunteered in the civil protection program in the event of atomic war. A course that I loved.
I then went back to school after traveling a little. I directed my interests towards technical and professional courses: I studied all my life, while accumulating no less than 14 diplomas including robotics, aeronautical sheet metal work, Electronics, industrial mechanics, etc.I have read thousands of books. I have translated thousands of texts in various languages.
I worked on prototypes, many industrial equipment, I worked, among others at Pratt & Whitney and large companies of steelworks, cartonneries, etc.
Currently, I work in a large company in Repentigny.
Chapter 6-Projects for Quebec and the World
In 2007, 10 years ago, on September 10, 2017, I founded the Defenders of the Earth in a restaurant in Montreal. It is an association of researchers on the web who seek the Truth of things.
In 2011, I was running for the Green Party of Canada on May 2 and I did a good job by being left to myself.
Since the rise of political corruption in Quebec, I have been trying to change the order of things: I am currently looking at what can be done by promoting the Quebec Movement of Civil Disobedience and a political party: Ère Nouvelle du Québec … and I dream of the day when people will wake up!
Chapter 7-Personal Hobbies
Reading, writing, research, astronomy and photography. I am also an avid outdoor enthusiast, bike, models and a collector of stamps.
It is only a short biography, the next one will be very complete and detailed and will carry the title of: Chronicles of life.