Maria de Jesus-Lucungo is a Black lady from Angola, campaigning to have a national blond day.
She has made it her life goal to protect the UK’s blonde population, and white population as well.
Although she does not see that the policies are forced (and therefore genocide), she says whites, and blondes in particular are becoming extinct, and if they disappear “the world will not be so attractive in beauty any more”, and she wants a “National Blonde day” to celebrate them.
Maria has tried to achieve this goal through flyering, an online petition, and multiple letters sent to 10 Downing Street (Prime Minister’s office).
One of her flyers says : “Please preserve the Natural Blondes. Don’t damage their angelic looks and the blondness surrounding them. Thank You”
Her internet petition hosted on IPetitions.com says : “The natural blonde population is in decline, and we are running a petition to see if we can have a natural blonde preservation day bank holiday to support them.”
It carries on to say that the campaign is in the name of all colors of light hair, and “the rest of the fair skinned white people”.
In an interview with Vice.com, Maria said “If you go to Africa, you expect to see a black African. If someone from Africa comes to Europe, the first thing they should see should be a blond”
“Africans aren’t becoming extinct. Go to Africa – you’ll see they have lots. If blondes disappear, then you will have to explain to your grandchildren that, once upon a time, we used to have another type of white people and the child might not believe it. This is what I’m trying to avoid; we don’t have to let it get that far.”
“In England, we need somebody to stand up for blondes in the House of Commons. It’s like if you have a garden and one flower is dying out, then the gardener will do something to revive it. His concentration will be on that particular one. So my focus is on this particular one, but it doesn’t mean that I don’t like all the others. I like everyone all the same.”
“The first thing would be the National Blonde Day. But it would be a celebration of the whole white community”
“Something has to be done and someone has to do it. We have to carry on banging on about the same subject until they listen.”