AN “AFRO-FEMINIST” festival has had its programme shattered after plans for events forbidden to white people were exposed to the media and authorities.
The city’s Socialist Party mayor Anne Hidalgo threatened to prosecute the ringleaders of the group and barred them from using the public-owned venue for their racist events, making up around 80 per cent of the programme.
She said it was “prohibited to white people” and said “I am asking for this event to be banned”.
Defiant MWASI has attempted to wash off the ban and insisted they were going to hold events in other venues in private anyway.
Outlandish discussions like the “afro-feminist strategies to end racial, patriarchal, colonial and capitalist violence”, and other strange concepts like “decolonial feminism” and “afro-struggles” were only welcome to black women.
To translate from leftist newspeak, the events can be deduced to anti-Western, pro-communism, racist, anti-nation hate gatherings filled with self-hating social justice warriors and antifa types.
The anti-white field day was exposed by the regional head of Marine Le Pen’s Front National, Wallerand de Saint-Just.
The MWASI group describes itself as an “afro-feminist collective that is part of the revolutionary liberation struggles”.
French rights organisation SOS Racisme damned the event as “a mistake, even an abomination, because it wallows in ethnic separation, where as anti-racism is a movement which seeks to go beyond race”.
The International League Against Racism and Anti-Semitism (LICRA) blasted the festival as a “regression” and declared civil rights icon “Rosa Parks must be turning in her grave”.
Deluded MWASI responded to the criticism by claiming major anti-racism associations had been manipulated and denounced the mayor for standing against their plans.