This year’s St-Jean Baptiste parade included a noticeable trend: Asians were overwhelmingly present, and blacks were given high visibility positions like banner carriers. Affirmative action seemed to be de rigeur at the celebration of Quebec’s national day.
The inclusion of visible minorities is to be expected in today’s multicultural mire, but the sheer number and prominence of non-Whites was too glaringly obvious to be incidental. The placement of blacks in particular was clearly intentional.
The following image, presumably representing the “various faces of Quebec” is troubling in that it considers Whites a minority.
While the objective here is clearly understandable for those who are sympathetic to the simplistic machinations of liberal minds, there is a severe danger in alienating a population who is still an overwhelming majority. About 9 in 10 Quebecers are White, but according to this government-approved representation, we almost don’t exist.
Such disregard for the majority population does not go unnoticed, and it most certainly justifies groups who are concerned about racial replacement.
The following footage provides a few scenes from the parade and a series of photographs are available here.
Article posted in CIR, Featured, Multiculturalism