It’s a rhetorical question of course, a ridiculous one at that, or is it?
Watching the BBC 6’o clock news I’m not sure it is quite as ridiculous as might be assumed.
Reporting from a location somewhere on the outskirts of Paris, and as resistance to government work regulations gathers, the BBC were on hand to ask French workers their thoughts on these draconian developments.
Predictably, out of the two people door-stopped at the station, one was a member of an ethnic minority group, in this case Chinese.
Had an alien just landed in the city of amour, it might have been forgiven for thinking the racial make-up of France is split 50-50 between native French and non-native French.
Which is, of course, precisely what the BBC want you to think.
Look a little closely though. You’ll see it all over the mainstream media, the multi-cultural ‘narrative’ of the BBC and friends. Look even closer and you’ll soon realise that ethnic minorities are actually grossly over represented in mainstream media, particularly on the BBC.
I have no idea how long the BBC waited at that petrol station, intent on getting an interview with a non-native French person, but I would imagine it was for however long it took.
They’re all at, Channel 4, BBC, Sky, CNN, busily 'normalising' the population’s perceptions of their own nations. They're not the only ones.
Among the five actors used on a recent Barclays bank advert, just one solitary, white British face is in evidence. According to this advert, just one in five Brits are of white ethnicity. Social engineering par excellence. Take a bow Barclays.
Viewers of programmes such as Channel 4‘s Come Dine with Me are exposed to similar levels of ‘normalisation.’ If you are not convinced, watch a few weeks’ worth of the offshoot, Couples Come Dine with Me.
For those who haven’t watched this riveting TV programme, three couples are brought together to cook dinner for one another. So far so good. But here’s the trick: More often than not, one of the three couples turns out to be gay. Now I don’t know about you, but until channel 4 came along I was blissfully unaware that 33% of British couples are gay.
You learn something every day.
If our little alien friend, fresh from his introduction to French multiculturalism, happened to chance switch on his television one of these fine afternoons, he, she or it could be forgiven for thinking that one third of the British population is gay.
Just for the record, survey after survey suggests that the real figure is somewhere nearer 5%, and even that figure is at the optimistic end of the scale.
So there you are, the mainstream media and their ‘normalisation’ agenda.
Make of that what you will.