Would white people in France (or anywhere, for that matter) be able to get away with a “Miss White France” competition from which non-whites were specifically excluded?
The answer is of course no. Such a competition would be decried as “racist” and, most likely, the organizers would be arrested for “incitement to racial hatred” or some other Orwellian thought crime.
Yet a Miss Black France—which has rules specifically limiting entrants to blacks only—took place in April 2012 in the center of Paris, at the Salle Wagram, just a short distance from the Arc de Triomphe.
The competition, organized by the equally exclusive, racially ethnocentric, French Representative Council of Black Associations (CRAN), has quite openly barred white females from entering.
“The purpose of this beauty contest is to shine a light on the many black women in this country who are rarely given any media attention,” he said. “The Miss France competition is not nearly representative enough of modern France.”
Miss Black USA competitions are old hat in the US, and, it seems, accepted along with “black history month,” “black entertainment television” and so on (of course race doesn’t exist).
Quite apart from the hypocrisy of the situation, another revealing insight is provided by the fact that the entrants in the Miss Black France competition (as per the lineup in the screenshot) all have the artificially and chemically straightened hair, wigs and hair extensions of the “Afro hair industry” rather than their own natural hair texture.
Once again, it seems that even in their ethnocentricity, they still want to look as white as possible.
It is a sad reflection on the underlying psychology and hypocrisy of the present-day liberal ideology, that people who want to be black, cannot be so without subconsciously trying to be white.
Media reports quoted promoter Frederic Royer as saying that by “honoring black beauty, the contest would give visibility to a largely ignored section of French society.