Oh dear, I suppose I really shouldn't tread into this, but:
To brush into politics, I am very surprised to hear a Montrealer say anything like that, Jets. I have no admiration for the PQ, but if there's attitudes like that about the French language then I can see how some Francophones may simply see it as a reaction to those attitudes. I had a teacher in Alberta who was from Quebec, and he said that in general Quebecers had many misconceptions about us westerners, and I for one believe that better communication and better understandings will unify the country.
As far as your assertions that "There is a lot of Italiens and Germans here and they don't get to speak their language" I disagree. No, they don't get the official recognition that French does, but I have seen posters in Italian, and I hear German spoken frequently. I see all sorts of languages used, moreso here in Winnipeg than back in Calgary, and I like the diversity and tolerance. I like the fact that you can listen to people conversing in a Cafe in French in St. Boniface, and head over to another part of town and attend an event in German. On a daily basis I hear exchange students and immigrants around the university speaking in various Asian languages. On my way home I go past "Little Italy" on Corydon Avenue. All in one city, and it's a great city.
I have to disagree about French ruining Montreal. There are a few people in Quebec who have the same attitudes to English as you do to French, and it is that which ruins everything. We don't need an us-and-them mentality, we have to be unified. No, I don't believe special priveleges make that happen, but taking things away from one group also don't help.
Now about a more technical topic. That is definitely not rust on the aircraft. Rust is formed by oxidation of iron-based metals. Aircraft are largely made of aluminum, so it definitely isn't rust. In fact, aluminum oxide is a pale white colour, so it can't be corrosion at all, it's only dirt.