WAT?! According to Mic, “Milk is the new, creamy symbol of white racial purity”
There’s been several crazy stories today, which is a shame, since I’m only going to be able to type up one or two of them before going out tonight (semi-vacation, yay!). But this one is so insane, so goofy, that it has to take precedence over every other piece of cringe-inducing trash I’ve read from the media within the last 24 hours.
But why is this one so ridiculous, you ask? Well, I think you may have gleaned the answer before getting this far, since the headline is pretty specific. In case you haven’t, here’s a photo to clue you in.
Apparently, some people showed up at Shia LaBeouf’s newly cancelled art exhibit drinking milk. I guess some of them had Nazi tattoos, or some shit. As a result, milk is now a symbol of white supremacy and it’s all tied into Donald Trump’s election as president.
Makes total sense.
At the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City on a Friday night, neo-Nazis and other trolls danced shirtless in front of a camera. The livestream setup had originally been established by actor Shia LaBeouf as an anti-Trump art installation. But the project has since become a broadcast outlet for white nationalism.
Amid all the tattoos of Third Reich iconography bouncing around, one thing stood out: The neo-Nazis were all drinking milk. They spat it out as they danced, letting it dribble down their chins.
Milk, the longtime staple for growing children, is now the new, creamy symbol of white racial purity in President Donald Trump’s America.
Nazi trolls drank milk on camera. There was a few random comments about milk on 4chan’s /pol/ board. Now, milk equals white nationalism…or something like that.
It’s hard for me to wrap my head around how fucking stupid this is. First off, then entire thing is a troll, but this clown at Mic still wrote it up. Second off, even if it wasn’t a troll, why would you put this out there in the first place? So people who have white nationalist and/or Nazi sympathies are drinking milk and they identify the product as some sort of symbol? Does that mean people who disagree should stop drinking it?
I’m just not sure what the author wants here. Maybe he just wanted us to laugh at him, in which case, I would have to say mission accomplished.