French far-left MP Danièle Obono defended a teachers’ union which banned white people from an anti-racism workshop.
French MP, Danièle Obono, member of the France Insoumise says she saw nothing wrong with the French teachers union excluding white people from a racism workshop, according to Sud Radio.
“For example, victims of gender-based violence may feel the need to talk to trusted people who share the same issues,” Obono said.
Jean-Michel Blanquer, leader of the France Insoumise party will be filing a formal complaint against the French teachers union, known as “Sud-Education 93”.
He claims it is “unconstitutional” to not include white people.
Replying to Blanquer, Obono said: Ms. Obono said: “Perhaps the minister should inquire a little more. In the history of social movements, these forms of action exist.”
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White candidates have just been BANNED from applying for this job at the BBC
A job vacancy advertisement has been placed online for a role at the BBC that specifically excludes white people from applying.
Take a few moments to read that opening paragraph again – we know. FFS.
The good guys over at Breitbart picked up on this earlier today
A job advert offering “an exceptional and unique opportunity to train as a broadcast journalist” at the BBC says it is only open to non-white applicants.
Posted to the jobs section of w4mp — the Westminster political, media, and lobbying jobs portal — on Tuesday, the advert states plainly that the year-long, paid internship at the BBC World Service is “only open to candidates from a black, Asian or non-white ethnic minority background”.
The advert was placed by Creative Access, a registered charity which — as previously reported by Breitbart London — offers highly desirable, paid internships at top media companies, from which white people are excluded from applying.
Does it really need to be pointed out that this is surely shaky ground on a number of levels.
We accept that this has come from a situation where BAME employees are underrepresented at the BBC, but we cannot see how actively excluding white people from applying is sending out the right message.
By all means open it up to everyone and perhaps ‘shuffle the deck’ of CVs creatively to meet your own needs – but advertising the fact so blatantly is only going to cause problems.
Naturally we are racist for pointing this out, but consider how this advert would be received:
Trainee Broadcast Journalist role at the BBC. We are only accepting applications from white candidates.
We accept that racial equality has to be seen in every single sector of society, but at what point does equality become anything but?