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“Everyone is talking about it”: the case of Guillaume Lemay-Thiverge has been covered from the beginning

“Everyone is talking about it”: the case of Guillaume Lemay-Thiverge has been covered from the beginning

On Friday, Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge published a video on social networks in which he talked about hard work, and with an expression that expresses well this uncompromising birch. Then he hugged him to a tree on which he had engraved an insulting word.

Many people have spoken out about the issue since then. At Tout le monde en conversations on Sunday, Pierre-Yves Lord, the evening's co-host, immediately addressed the question.

I'd like to take a couple of seconds to tell you about a video I saw circulating on social media over the weekend, where we see a Quebecois character appear in the woods making a very violent, hurtful and insulting joke towards black people and black people. Communities of African descent. I just wanted to use the platform to say how irrational I think it is in 2024 to have fun with that word, and make jokes about it. I know this character is trying to apologize, to tell us that she came across this birch tree by chance… »

I think in life, we can look ourselves in the face and everyone makes mistakes, but when we make serious mistakes like this, maybe it's important to apologize and it's not Quebec that looks like us to enjoy it.

When Pierre Yves Lord asked Guy A. Asked if LePage knew what he was talking about, the host replied: “ Yes, i saw that. Somewhat enlightening… »

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