Outrage: Miss France Is French!


What racial/ethnic background would you expect to see represented by Miss France? Before you expose your racism by answering French like the newly crowned Marine Lorphelin, be informed that the correct answer is black or Arab:

The Representative Council of Black Associations (CRAN) denounced medical student Marine Lorphelin, 19, for being ‘as white as snow’ and criticised the lack of black and Arab contestants. …

CRAN president Louis-Georges Tin said in a statement jointly issued by Miss Black France creator, Fred Royer: ‘The failure to represent the contemporary French population in an event such as this is obviously serious.

‘It amounts to denying the very existence of French people of African origin.’

Of the 32 other finalists defeated by the Lorphelin, eight were nonwhite. But six of them don’t count because they come from France’s Pacific and Caribbean territories.

The CRAN statement added: ‘In the antiquated world of Miss France, blacks apparently can only come from overseas departments.

‘As for Frenchwomen of north African heritage, they were ‘represented’ by only one candidate who was quickly eliminated (too Muslim perhaps?).’

Would a Muslim Miss France, appearing only in a burka, satisfy moonbats? Of course not. They won’t be happy until the European race and with it European culture have been completely eradicated through massive Third World immigration.

In the mean time, we should hide in the dark lest the paleness of our skin offend leftists.

Marine-Lorphelin
Marine Lorphelin: Too French to be Miss France.

On a tip from Ummah Gummah. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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