Beauty pageants are always worth a look. They had one in Ireland last week. The winner, the new Miss Ireland, was 26-year-old Pamela Uba, and a bonny colleen she is. Another thing she is, is … black.
A Black woman was crowned Miss Ireland for the first time in the pageant's 74-year history https://t.co/zD6xvYXMdg
— Insider Life (@InsiderLife) September 10, 2021
Ms. Uba immigrated from South Africa at age seven. Now she is the very first black Miss Ireland, further reinforcing our perception of Ireland as the Heart of Wokeness.
Although for that title—not the Miss Ireland title, the Heart of Wokeness title—the Micks may have competition from their old enemy across the Irish Channel. August 31st a new Miss England was crowned. She is 25-year-old Rehema Muthamia and yes, she’s black too, from Kenya this time.
Rehema Muthamia win means that the 2021 Miss World will have two representatives of Kenyan Origin; Miss Kenya 2021, Sharon Obara and Miss England 2021, Rehema Muthamia. Congratulations Remi!#Congratulations pic.twitter.com/F5utpr3XHq
— Dezzarts MEDIA (@dezzarts) September 2, 2021
As Mark Collett over at Gab observed, quote:
Miss England and Miss Ireland … it’s almost as if there is a concerted effort to replace Europeans.
I for one welcome our new black overlords … and overladies.