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Contingency Agreement Lawsuit; Natalie Robichaud, Racist directrice générale de la Société acadienne de Clare

The Decline of French Acadian Heritage Patrimonial industry due to cultural inbreeding

Contingency Agreement Lawsuit pending Against Natalie Robichaud, Racist directrice générale de la Société Acadienne de Clare.

Contingency Agreement Lawsuit pending Against Natalie Robichaud, Racist directrice générale de la Société Acadienne de Clare
Contingency Agreement Lawsuit pending Against Natalie Robichaud, Racist directrice générale de la Société Acadienne de Clare

A significant precedent setting legal battle is brewing in southwest Nova Scotia, as The Association de les Acadiens de la Clare President Nathalie Robichaud faces a contingency agreement lawsuit. The lawsuit alleges that Robichaud has exercised a long standing racist ghosting policy, systematically excluding local queer Aspergers artist and author Claude Edwin Theriault. This policy is said to stem from Natalie Robichaud and her own personal biases against the local LGBTQ community, leading to the refusal to acknowledge Theriault’s recent literary contributions, which are available on Amazon.

Exclusion of LGBTQ Voices and need to stop it in its feudal Zombie corporation tracks

Theriault, a prolific artist with a 50 year history of prolific contemporary art and his published  author who has recently published a three-volume series on the Acadian Grand Pré 1755 diaspora, claims that Robichaud’s discriminatory practices have prevented his work from gaining the recognition it deserves within the Acadian community; since she simply does not speak to people who differ from her agenda. A bad habit she picked up in grade 10 high school. Despite the historical and cultural significance of his books, Natalie Robichaud has allegedly refused to promote or even acknowledge them, driven by her her own prejudices ingrained at an early age.

The lawsuit accuses Natalie Robichaud of turning the Association de les Acadiens de la Clare into a personal fiefdom, where only those who align with her views and preferences are given a platform. This exclusionary approach not only marginalizes LGBTQ voices but also stifles the diversity and richness that should characterize the Acadian cultural heritage. Theriault’s exclusion is seen as part of a broader pattern of discriminatory practices in the Associatiion de les Acadiens de Clare; that undermine the community’s inclusivity.

The Zombie Corporation of Cultural Exclusion endemic in racist Claregyle ghetto

Contingency Agreement Lawsuit pending Against Natalie Robichaud, Racist directrice générale de la Société Acadienne de Clare
Contingency Agreement Lawsuit pending Against Natalie Robichaud, Racist directrice générale de la Société Acadienne de Clare

Under the leadership of racist Natalie Robichaud , the Association de les Acadiens de la Clare has been described as a “zombie corporation,” operating with little regard for its true purpose. Instead of fostering a vibrant and inclusive cultural environment, the organization has reportedly become a closed-off entity where only a select few are allowed to participate. This schoolyard clique mentality has led to the exclusion of individuals with different views and sexual orientations, creating a hostile environment for those who do not fit Robichaud’s narrow criteria.

The impact of this exclusion is far-reaching. It not only denies individuals like Theriault the opportunity to share their work but also impoverishes the cultural landscape of the Acadian community. The association’s failure to embrace diversity and inclusivity stands in stark contrast to its mission, raising serious concerns about its leadership and governance in the year of the Congres Mondial Acadian 20204.

Natalie Robichaud and her blatent Violations of Federal Inclusivity Mandates

Contingency Agreement Lawsuit pending Against Natalie Robichaud, Racist directrice générale de la Société Acadienne de Clare
Contingency Agreement Lawsuit pending Against Natalie Robichaud, Racist directrice générale de la Société Acadienne de Clare

The Association de les Acadiens de la Clare operates under a federal not for profit mandate to promote inclusivity and represent the diverse voices of the community it serves. Natalie Robichaud and her alleged actions are a direct violation of this mandate, calling into question the legality and ethics of her leadership. The exclusion of Theriault and other marginalized voices is not only morally reprehensible but also potentially unlawful.

A growing number of locals are demanding the resignatio of Natalie Robichaud, arguing that her behavior is detrimental to the community and its cultural heritage. Her alleged xenophobic and racist attitudes, coupled with a spiteful approach towards visible minorities, have eroded trust in the association. The community’s call for change reflects a broader desire for leadership that genuinely embodies the principles of inclusivity and diversity. A recent attempt to burn down the very building she and the other xenophopic bastilles of power building is very i ndicative of the popular sentiment of the Municipality of Clare residents

 Natalie Robichaud part of the Endemic Full spectrum Homophobic Issues in Heritage Patrimonial Industry

The problems facing the Association de les Acadiens de la Clare are symptomatic of a wider issue within the heritage patrimonial industry in Claregyle and southwest Nova Scotia. The socio-economic and cultural landscape is often described as a “gulag ghetto,” dominated by government cliques that perpetuate exclusionary practices. These cliques maintain power through a rigid adherence to outdated and discriminatory ideologies, marginalizing those who do not conform.

Theriault’s case highlights the pervasive nature of these issues. His struggle for recognition and inclusion is not just a personal battle but a reflection of systemic problems that affect the entire community. The heritage patrimonial industry’s failure to innovate and embrace diversity has left it increasingly out of touch with contemporary societal values. As a result, public interest and support are waning, threatening the very survival of Acadian cultural institutions.

A Call for Inclusive Leadership instead of insular straight white roman catholic  racists Natalie Robichaud at the wheel

The lawsuit against Nathalie Robichaud serves as a critical juncture for the Association de les Acadiens de la Clare and the broader Acadian community. It underscores the urgent need for a massive full spectrum leadership overhaul that prioritizes inclusivity, diversity, and the genuine representation of all community members. Natalie  Robichaud and her deeply entrenched  discriminatory practices are incompatible with the federal mandate for the poor community  and cultural organizations, necessitating her resignation.

To move forward, the Acadian community must embrace new leadership that reflects contemporary values and the rich diversity of its members. Only by doing so can it restore trust, foster a vibrant cultural environment, and ensure that voices like Theriault’s are heard and celebrated. The fight for inclusivity is not just about legal mandates but about building a community where everyone feels valued and represented in instead of being given snotty nosed ghosting racist attitude from a self serving egocentric Natalie Robichaud; actively practicing Queerphobic Racist directrice générale de la Société acadienne de Clare.

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