PETA Claims Milk Drinkers Are White Supremacists

PETA Claims Milk Drinkers Are White Supremacists

PETA Claims Milk Drinkers Are White Supremacists

Well, butter my backside and call me a biscuit. PETA is calling milk drinkers “white supremacists”. They actually sent out a press release about this fakakta stuff about a year and a half ago. For those of you who don’t know, PETA is the acronym for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Needless to say, bacon is murder for these charming folks. Mmmmmm, bacon. Sorry, I lost the beat there for a moment. Where were we, um, milk and white supremacy.

ABC 10 News.com out of San Diego reported:

In a statement, the animal rights group links the dairy industry’s treatment of the cows to the concept of white supremacy.

“Aside from ‘lactose-tolerant’ white supremacists, cow’s milk really is the perfect drink of choice for all (even unwitting) supremacists, since the dairy industry inflicts extreme violence on other living beings,” the organization said in part.

“PETA is trying to wake people up to the implications of choosing this white beverage and suggesting that they choose something else pronto,” the statement continues.

So, guys, you are complicit in the “extreme violence” inflicted on other living beings because of that milk you like on your Cheerios. Put down the spoon and step away from that bowl. Pronto.

We see a delicious product for drinking, making great sauces, and baking. We think nothing of the cow which must produce this delicious beverage. Photo credit: Pexels George Desipris

PETA claims that cows are raped to force milk production. From the news release:

Rape is perhaps the single most heinous crime involving both power and violence. But it’s standard procedure in the dairy industry. Like all mammals, cows produce milk only during and after pregnancy, so roughly every nine months, cows on dairy farms are forcibly impregnated so that their milk production will continue. They’re restrained on what the farmers themselves call “rape racks” while insemination instruments are shoved into their vaginas.

Dig the use of words for violent imagery: heinous, crime, power, violence, roughly, forcibly, restrained, rape racks, shoved. PETA gets an “A+” for effective use of word imagery in propaganda. They even have a video. Let’s watch:

Dayum. I am a soulless white woman. I saw that cow and I thought steak.

Okay, so dairy farmers are evil and violent. How, let us ponder, does this equal white supremacy. Most milk is shade of white with different tones depending on the animal. But, this is not enough. It is the violent way in which the milk is robbed from the cow, goat or sheep. Only white people are violent and evil enough to forcibly rob animals of their milk. Right? Except that Black/African American dairy farmers are a small but growing population. Do they have Stockholm Syndrome from living with white people? Or Chinese dairy farmers in China?

Look. All of this silliness got started by 4Chan. 4Chan is the image billboard service that famously gave us rickrolled. That is all of the good stuff that they have given us. The End. Finito.

I am not a milk drinker. Well, hot chocolate, yes. That means that even though the milk I drink is brown, I am still complicit in the violent rape of Bessie. And, you may be able to make milk from almonds and soy, but can you make cheese and butter that still have those amazing creamy, complex flavors. I personally am a huge fan of Irish butter.

So PETA can go sit and spin as far as I am concerned. I am going to keep supporting the dairy industry by eating as much cheese and butter as I possibly can consume. I will even share it with my neighbors. Since my neighborhood is like a United Nations dream come true, that means I will be infesting my neighbors with my evil white supremacy.

You cannot make this stuff up. No one would believe you. We should start a rumor that people who eat root vegetables cheat on their taxes. Bwa ha ha!!

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13 Comments
  • Mike H. says:

    4Chan gave us Non Playing Characters didn’t they?

  • William Graves says:

    A PETA group came to visit us at U C Davis on Picnic Day, the campus wide open house held once a year in the Spring. They attended an Animal Science and Management demo where two students, young ladies in this case, were demonstrating how you breed a stallion to a mare. In the middle of the demo, the PETA folks started chanting “Rape…Rape…Rape.” A confused alumnus stood up and asked “What on earth are you talking about.” Reply: “There wasn’t informed consent!”

    • GWB says:

      demonstrating how you breed a stallion to a mare
      WTF?!? I know we’re 50 years into the sexual revolution, but still! At a campus picnic?!?

  • John Reece says:

    I saw Mike Rowe do this on “Dirty Jobs”. The critter actually didn’t seem to mind it at all.

  • SDN says:

    The entire Masai tribe could not be reached for comment.

  • Strelnikov says:

    What about chocolate milk? Any better?

  • GWB says:

    Let’s watch:
    Uh no, let’s NOT.

    That is all of the good stuff that they have given us.
    Well, they also gave us that whole fantastic silliness with the capture-the-flag thing. That was pretty epic.

    you may be able to make milk from almonds and soy
    No, you can NOT. You can make a substance with some of the characteristics of milk, but you canNOT make milk. Milk comes from a mammal (and platypi).
    And, most mass-production cheeses are more oil than milk. You have to go with the expensive stuff to get real cheese made with milk. (Note that ones made with ‘skim milk’ have oil in them – to add back in the fat they took out of the milk; but it’s not milk fats, so it really isn’t the same.)

    Oh, and just say no to ‘skim’ and ‘2%’ milks. They’re really not milk, they’re water pretending to be milk.

    ‘Skim’, ‘2%’, ‘almond milk’ and ‘soy milk’ are all milk’s version of cultural appropriation.

  • Dietrich says:

    What if the cows, um, like it?

  • Pieter Visser says:

    What a delightful site! My late father-in-law was an artist, and was in the US Army Air Corps during WWII. He was stationed for most of the war in England, and his job was painting those lovely ladies on our bombers! Thanks for the memories!

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