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World: Francis Lalanne: removed from Fort Boyard, he attacks Alexia Laroche-Joubert for discrimination

Fort Boyard: discover the gesture now prohibited for candidates in the treasury room

 Fort Boyard: discover the gesture now prohibited for candidates in the treasury room © Laurent Vu- FTV- ALP Fort Boyard: discover the gesture now prohibited for candidates in the treasury room For this new season of Fort Boyard, the production had to put in place strict sanitary rules because of the coronavirus. Certain actions will now be prohibited to candidates in the treasury room. A time threatened because of the coronavirus, Fort Boyard is indeed back! The cult game will be broadcast all summer, from Saturday July 11, on France 2 .

Francis Lalanne : écarté de Fort Boyard, il attaque Alexia Laroche-Joubert pour discrimination © SIPA Francis Lalanne: removed from Fort Boyard, he attacks Alexia Laroche-Joubert for discrimination

At the end of June, Francis Lalanne had a rant against Fort Boyard and the production of Alexia Laroche-Joubert at the head of the program. He accuses them of having dismissed him from his duties as Narcissus, a recurring character in Fort Boyard, for reasons related to his age and his political commitment alongside the Yellow Vests. "I do not rule out turning legally against [the editor's note." ", had announced the artist, while he was thinking about creating his own show. These words did not disturb the producer of Fort Boyard , Alexia Laroche-Joubert (Adventure Line Productions). "This is all the charm and the difficulty of Francis. I think that the character of Narcissus suited him well enough, because I think he was quite narcissistic and that therefore he does not understand that he interpreted a character from the Strong and that it is not Francis Lalanne ", she declared on July 9 , on the antenna of Sud Radio, before concluding more dryly: " It will be resolved or it will not be resolved , whatever, but in this case, he has his contract. For the moment, he should read it again with a lawyer, it is quite clear ... ".

Claude (Koh-Lanta): his dance with Laurent Maistret and Teheiura makes the buzz (VIDEO)

 Claude (Koh-Lanta): his dance with Laurent Maistret and Teheiura makes the buzz (VIDEO) Salsa on a balcony with three flagship adventurers of "Koh-Lanta" delighted internet users! © Instagram @claude_kohlanta Salsa on a balcony with three flagship adventurers from "Koh-Lanta" is very popular with Internet users! Three historic candidates of Koh-Lanta who dance salsa on a balcony in the Parisian suburbs, the fans should not be less excited! This Friday, July 3, the darling of viewers Claude was filmed in the afternoon with Teheiura Teahui and Laurent Maistret moving to the rhythm o

"I am a knight"

This July 10, Francis Lalanne announced that he had seized the Defender of Rights for discrimination. The artist does not give up: the production of Fort Boyard , according to him, dismissed it because of his political commitments. " I have always fought with the weakest. I am a knight (...) Francis Lalanne is the nicest of guys. But if you look for me, you find me ", said the singer to the Parisian . Alexia Laroche-Joubert responded through the lawyer for her production, again denying any discrimination on the basis of age or political ideas. " It was decided for exclusively editorial reasons not to maintain the character of Narcisse Lalanne in 2020," said Stéphane Hasbanian. Case to follow.

How real is reverse discrimination? .
In 1976, Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall lambasted the "illogic" of civil rights advocates insisting that antidiscrimination laws should protect only minorities from discrimination. The first African American justice and legendary civil rights litigator declared that whites also deserved such protections. Today, as bizarre as it may seem, Marshall could be denounced as enabling claims of "reverse discrimination." Yet this debate couldThe Black Lives Matter movement was premised on the need to acknowledge the inequities and abuse of African Americans exclusively, rather than a broader position that "all lives matter.

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