EXCLUSIVE EXTRACTS – In The Racialist Revolution and other ideological viruses, Mathieu Bock-Côté denounces a “hunt for too white society”.
In the early 2000s, comedian Michel Mpambara, originally from Rwanda, launched his first show in his adopted country, which was titled: There is too much white in Quebec. Each time, he aroused the hilarity of the spectators, amused by this man from elsewhere who posed a caustic gaze on his host land. No one would have imagined, at that moment, that the comedian could say that seriously, and besides, it was not the case.
A quarter of a century later, we use the same words, but now without laughing. The same formula is repeated in an inquisitive tone as part of a major exercise calling for collective lucidity to denounce white supremacy in Quebec. Thus, it is not uncommon to see reports from the public media worrying about the “too white” character of the public service, the business world or the entertainment world – Quebec rap is also too white, as well as the world of celebrities.
Even children’s literature
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