Saturday, December 30, 2017

Farmers Markets? Pack Up And Go, Racists

Just when you thought it was safe to buy some farm fresh tomatoes, free of the chains of Big Food, you're brought up short. You see, farmers markets are racist. We know this thanks to two San Diego State University profs.

Farmers markets, say the brainy professors, are "white spaces where the food consumption habits of white people are normalized.”

See? You thought you were simply buying fruit and veg in an effort to bypass the massive food conglomerates and encourage local produce. But no, you were just encouraging "whiteness." You can check out the San Diego buffoons on Campus Reform.

While you're at it, don't forget the ivory towers of Brown and its latest fauxcahontas initiative. Race, readers, is as fluid as gender itself. Just ask Rachel Dolezal or, for that matter, the curiously named Brown.

From left to right, Rachel Dolezal, Rachel Dolezal

It costs somewhere in the region of $67k a year to attend Brown. Rachel Dolezal, who is white but became brown, didn't go to school there, oddly. 

Make of that what you will,



LL said...

I don't even know how to respond to the professors except to say that they are lucky to have government jobs that they can't be fired from...and the best spice of all is liberal tears. Pour them generously over your unicorn steak.

LindaG said...

When I first read about this, all I could think of was people who said don't kill chickens to eat them buy them in the store. Just stupid stuff. People who say these sorts of things probably gave no idea how many black farmers there are. But that is probably racist, too.
A safe, blessed New Year to you all, Parson.

LL said...

The notion of a black person farming anything (particularly cotton) is racist, LindaG. In fact, the notion that a black person would do anything besides collect a government check for being idle or selling crack in the hood is racist too.

I credit Barack for 8 years of damage done to repaired race relations. He did a lot of evil and the only thing he did well was spur the sales of guns and ammo nationwide.

LSP said...

"The best spice of all is liberal tears."

LL, the Elixir!

Alchemy is a powerful science.

LSP said...

Linda, I'd be surprised if the racist San Diego profs have ever visited a farm but they probably buy their lattes next to an "urban market."

lukeya said...

????????? Perhaps this is the Heinrich Himmler back to the land thing????????

LSP said...

We have to wonder, lukeya.

Zu befehl.