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Help Save the Blondes
Assuming this story is true, it sounds like this woman has fallen for that urban legend about the gene for blonde hair being driven out of existence due to the greater percentage of dark-haired people in the world. According to the legend, the World Health Organization has predicted that in 200 years there will be no blondes left.

THIS ANGOLAN LADY WALKS AROUND LONDON CAMPAIGNING TO SAVE BLONDE PEOPLE
vice.com

Say hello to Maria de Jesus-Lucungo... Maria has made it her life goal to campaign for the protection of the UK's blonde population. She believes that England's flaxen-haired brothers and sisters are under threat of extinction and that, if they disappear, "the world will not be so attractive in beauty any more".


Maria de Jesus-Lucungo has a petition you can sign if you want to help her campaign to raise awareness of the disappearance of blondes.

Urban Legends
Posted by The Curator on Sun Dec 01, 2013
What a wonderful lady, we all care about the Tibetans, Amerindians and West Papuans but few people noticed that white people face the same threat. We are only 10% of the world but every white country is being filled with nonwhites so in two hundred years we will not exist but there will be one billion Asians in Asia and one billion Africans in Africa.
Posted by Jim  in  Darwin  on  Thu Dec 26, 2013  at  08:50 PM
This is racist. Wdf with "the world will not be so attractive in beauty anymore"?!!! So non whites are..ugly?! Please!!
Posted by Ezra  in  NY  on  Thu Jan 23, 2014  at  03:03 PM



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