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Insular Xenophobic Homophobic Ideologies at Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse of Atlantic Canada

Insular Xenophobic Homophobic Ideologies in the Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse #1 French Language Press of Atlantic Canada hence the callout for LGBTQ inclusion.

Insular Xenophobic Homophobic Ideologies at Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse of Atlantic Canada.

Endemic xenophobic-Racism-at-Radio-CIFA-Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse and Comeauville full staff
Endemic Xenophobic-Racism-at-Radio-CIFA-and Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse full staff

The French-language press in Atlantic Canada has long served as a vital medium for cultural expression and community connection. However, beneath the surface of this seemingly inclusive platform, of Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse the xenophobic and homophobic ideologies have found a breeding ground among the connected clique of their for-the-paycheck publicists.

They were living in privileged walled gardens, perpetuating harmful stereotypes and marginalizing minority groups daily. These ideologies permeate from publications like *Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse* to mainstream outlets like La Société de Radio Canada, posing significant challenges to progress and inclusivity. In June of 2023, the Board of Directors of La Société de Presse Acadienne granted Theriault membership only to have him never be mentioned by them, let alone allowed to publish content of his own. Adding to the absurd zombie corporation game, they play in their right down, proud to be Acadian , culturally inbred to the max and soon to be broke  little world.

**The Presence of Insular Ideologies at Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse**

*Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse*, a prominent French-language publication in Atlantic Canada, has faced scrutiny for perpetuating insular ideologies. While ostensibly catering to the Franco-Canadian community, its content often reflects xenophobic and homophobic sentiments. Pushing the same old tired Heritage Patrimonial Industry narratives of inclusion and preservation of our great French Language Articles and editorials may subtly or overtly reinforce stereotypes found in the narratives of the 10 Oligarchs who control the media, creating an environment that alienates minority groups and foster division within the community. From closed-door meetings of Equipe Acadie to Le Courrier de La Nouvelle Écosse and all the V.Madden, M.Aymar, T.Murphy, N.Robichaud and D.LeBlanc all there for the self-centred and self-serving egocentric trip they are all on; in their walled gardens.

**Media Influence from La Société de Radio Canada**

As one ascends the media hierarchy endemic in French Press Media in Atlantic Canada, the influence of insular ideologies remains palpable, even within institutions like La Société de Radio Canada. Despite its mandate to represent diverse perspectives, instances of xenophobia and homophobia can be found within its programming and editorial decisions. This perpetuates a cycle of discrimination and exclusion, stifling the voices of marginalized communities and hindering progress towards a more inclusive society. It is no better than the Xenophobic, Franco-phobic Halifax-centric Bell media, which is also on the verge of bankruptcy since the public now realizes they can get better, more liberal news from other sources without commercials occupying 50% of the content delivery.

**The Impact of Insular Ideologies on Media Redundancy**

Endemic Xenophobic-Racism-at-Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse-Comeauville Nicolas-Jean-DIRECTEUR-GENERAL and full staff
Endemic Xenophobic-Racism-at-Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse-Comeauville Nicolas-Jean-DIRECTEUR-GENERAL and full Atlantic Canada staff

The prevalence of insular ideologies within the French-language press of Atlantic Canada not only perpetuates discrimination but also contributes to media redundancy. As audiences become increasingly disillusioned with outlets that fail to represent their values and experiences, alternative platforms and voices emerge.

This shift is exemplified by the rise of self-representing creatives like Claude Edwin Thériault, a multi-disciplined Queer Asperger’s self-representing artist, who is part of the tech-savvy who now channel their experiences into their work, by passing traditional media channels to have their voices heard for a change.

The recent publication of a Three Volume Trilogy on the Grand Pré 1755 deportation seen through the eyes of two five year old children goes ignored. The work shines an empatheic light on the current world humanitarian crisis , yet it gets no mention in le Courier de La Nouvelle Écosse but the Tik Tok account of Chiquita Mére does; since that has great Atlantic Canada cultural merit and value that will save us from assimilation.

**Embracing Diverse Voices for a Vibrant Future for a Change**

Endemic Xenophobic-Racism-at-Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse-Comeauville Jean-Philippe Giroux - RÉDACTEUR EN CHEF and full staff
Jean-Philippe Giroux – RÉDACTEUR EN CHEF and xenophobic-racism at Le Courrier de La Nouvelle Écosse Atlantic Canada style.

To combat the insidious influence of insular ideologies in the French-language press of Atlantic Canada, a concerted effort must be made to embrace diverse voices and perspectives. Theriault knows that by amplifying the voices of marginalized communities and fostering inclusivity within media spaces, we can create a more vibrant and representative media landscape.

Platforms like Le Courrier must actively work to dismantle harmful stereotypes and provide a platform for underrepresented voices, ensuring that all community members feel seen, heard, and valued for a change.

Their dull, un-inspired content does not resonate with anyone outside of their walled gardens; the Phil Comeau film Secret Society of Jacques Cartier had the enemies as the English 75 years ago; the enemy is now amongst us in the Tour de Charles de Menou dÀulney.

Theriault has just completed the publishing of a seminal literary work. A three volume series narrative tale that serves a s aparable to the current world humanitarian crisis and none seems to be interseted ;yet a book of poemes by the connected ones gets all the love, just like the Jack ass movie  Trecarré by La presidente elle-meme gets media on its dull uninspired tale set feature in a grand Premier at CMA 2024.

Hence the reason the culture does not evolve and stays in its  prevalence of insular xenophobic and homophobic ideologies in the French Press Media of Atlantic Canada poses significant challenges to progress and inclusivity. From publications like *Le Courrier de la Nouvelle Écosse* to mainstream outlets like the there for the paycheck Atlantic Canada French press Le Courrier Media Honky Chateau du Jour La Société de Radio Canada, these ideologies perpetuate discrimination and marginalization.

However, Theriault will not be denied inclusion of his and other diverse voices and challenging entrenched biases that need to change now; so we can pave the way for a more vibrant and inclusive truly LGBTQ media landscape, where all members of the community can thrive and be represented in our Atlantic Canada French Press Media for a change.

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