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None, most are either catholics or pentecostals.
What's next, the following?
Change it to Procyon?
Or this person's surname (Coons)?
You must know him (I don't), is he wrong for decrying the name change?
Peter Russell-Clarke, a former TV chef, featured in Coon commercials during the early 1990s. He has slammed Canadian dairy giant Saputo's decision to axe the 85-year-old cheese name.
I honestly thought he was dead.
At 85, he's not too far...wait, Olivia de Havilland is 104 and Betty White is 98. Forget the not too far crap from me
So, you folks call those with dark skin "coons"? We stopped doing that over half a century ago!
I particularly liked this sentence from your link; The cheese was previously wrapped in black and given the name "Coon" as a joke, he said.
Which is a bald faced lie because that is the name of the man who invented the process to manufacture cheese on a large scale. Here; https://patents.google.com/patent/US1579196A/en
Do you ever read any 'real' news sources?