The latest outrage: Milk and Jesus both symbolic of white supremacy, according to PETA and Shaun King. (Op-ed)


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I cannot make this up. Even if I wanted to, I couldn’t make this up. I am just not that creative. In this ever-evolving landscape of “everything is racist”, we have two new submissions for your consideration of things that are symbolic of white supremacy.  

Milk and Jesus.

I told you we cannot make this stuff up.

Let me explain the logic behind the arguments of PETA (milk) and Shaun King (Jesus). I will pause momentarily while you search for the sarcasm/irony in the previous sentence.  Here’s a hint: there is no logic behind their arguments. 

According to a 2017 article written by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), white people tend to be more lactose tolerant, thus, milk is a symbol of white supremacy.

They pointed to research that shows almost 90 percent of African Americans and most Latinos, Asians, and Southern Europeans lack the genes necessary to digest lactose, the primary sugar in milk. 

So, this must be another indicator of white privilege. Since only white people as a whole can consume cow dairy, the very presence of milk in grocery store refrigerators and school lunch trays must be based in racial superiority. 

What PETA, and so many others making these claims, avoided mentioning is that most people, regardless of race, stop producing the enzyme needed to tolerate and process dairy around age 5.

The vast majority of the world (nearly 70%) is allergic to milk and other dairy products. The reaction to cow dairy is different with each individual, but the science remains…milk isn’t a drink that is harmful to one or two races, while only white people can benefit from its “nutritional” value. 

Of course, those glossed-over facts do not stop people with an agenda from continuing to spread the “milk is racist” propaganda. 

But, right in the middle of the article by PETA, as they claim that white people alone have the ability to drink dairy because, well…racism, they also mention that the same genetic mutation that allows whites to consume milk is also found in black cattle ranchers in Africa. 

PETA’s thoughts on that fact: 

“That should make racists think twice.”

So, what does it mean that black Americans profited from endorsing milk if it was a poison to “almost 90% of their own community? Remember the “got milk?” and “milk mustache” ads? 

The latest outrage: Milk and Jesus both symbolic of white supremacy, according to PETA and Shaun King.  (Op-ed)
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Now, in case milk being racist isn’t a wild enough proposition, Jesus himself is a symbol of white supremacy, at least according to Shaun King. 

For those of you unfamiliar with Mr. King, he is a far-left, social justice activist who made a name for himself on social media, as a black man. The reality is that both of his biological parents are white, according to his birth certificate

“If your religion requires Jesus to be a blonde haired, blue eyed Jesus, then your religion is not Christianity, but white supremacy,” King said. “Christian whiteness, not white Christianity, has been the primary religion of this country for hundreds of years.”

I for one was raised in a Christian home. I was never once told Jesus was white. I honestly do not think anyone I know believes that Jesus was white. I have never seen Jesus depicted as blonde-haired and blue-eyed. But none of that matters to King…because the current climate says that if you hate something bad enough, call it racist and tear it down.

Fox News reported:

“King followed the post up with another, saying that a ‘white Jesus is a lie’ and a ‘tool of white supremacy’ created to help white people use Christianity as a “tool of oppression. He added that white people would never have accepted a religion ‘from a Brown man.’

King then tweeted support from taking down all imagery, including ‘murals and stained glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother, and their white friends.’

‘They are a gross form white supremacy,’ King wrote. ‘Created as tools of oppression. Racist propaganda. They should all come down.’

Reactions on Twitter were mixed. Some agreed with King’s position, while others pointed out that cultures other than white Europeans have depicted Jesus in ways that resembled the local community.”

Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, who is an ordained minister, joined Fox News to discuss King’s comments. 

“To say that Jesus is a symbol of white anything is absurd. In part, because Jesus wasn’t a white guy. He was a middle-Easterner, and probably had more olive skin than he did white skin. I just find that this had fallen onto a level that extends beyond the theater of the absurd.”

Huckabee continued: 

“It has to be one of the most unbelievable things I have ever heard. First of all, if anyone studied Jesus, they would find that He was the ultimate person that loved the unlovable, who cared for the ones that no one else cared for. He care abut people who were slaves. He cared about people who were prostitutes. He stepped in the path of the ones who were going to stone a woman caught in adultery. He was the one who intervened.

So, you can take down the art and the images depicting Jesus, but you could never take the true spirit of Jesus Christ out of the lives of His followers.” 

Well said Governor. That is the reality of who Jesus is. His skin color is irrelevant. 

I am reminded of a TV show in the 80’s called ‘Gimme A Break’, starring Nell Carter. She played a nanny to a white family. The father was the chief of police and his wife had passed away. She took the children to her home and they saw a painting of Jesus and He was black. One of the children commented about it. 

Nell’s character calmly replied, and I am paraphrasing: “Jesus is a lot of things to a lot of people. They see Him the way they want to see him. White folks like Him white. Black folks like Him black. Kermit the Frog likes Him green.”  

But this is the world we live in now. Anyone can say what they want…and if they use the word ‘racist’ in their arguments, then it must be so. 

“Cops are racist. Defund them.”

“Milk is a white supremacist drink.”

“Jesus is a symbol of white supremacy.”

Sadly, I think we are just getting started.  

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