We first reported on the "milk is racist" phenomenon several years back when People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) put out an article claiming that "non-whites" are more lactose intolerant than "whites," which makes milk inherently racist.
Ignoring the fact that milk only triggers lactose intolerance when it is pasteurized, as pasteurization kills off the lactase enzyme necessary to digest lactose, PETA instead tried to make the case that 90 percent of blacks are unable to digest "milk" of any kind, which makes the beverage racist.
Milk may as well be stringing black people up from nooses and muzzling them with face gags on cotton plantations, according to PETA and the left, which are on a crusade to eliminate all "systemic racism" from society.
"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," reports Law Enforcement Today, pointing out the insanity of such a claim.
Even though upwards of 70 percent of people in general cannot tolerate pasteurized milk, PETA and the left want to make it all about race because hating on whites is all the rage currently.
"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," Law Enforcement Today adds.
Another target of the left is Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who is apparently also racist because of the lighter skin he is often portrayed as having. Even though the appearance of Jesus in artistic renderings tends to change depending on the country or region, fake black man Shaun King is focusing specifically on the white version.
"Yes, I think the statues of the white European they claim is Jesus should also come down," tweeted King, who is basically the male version of Rachel Dolezal if she held highly inflammatory political viewpoints and never shut up about them.
"They are a form of white supremacy," this anti-white racist added. "Always have been. In the Bible, when the family of Jesus wanted to hide, and blend in, guess where they went? EGYPT! Not Denmark. Tear them down."
This scorched-earth mentality that seeks to destroy, abolish and violently eliminate any and all expressions of whiteness has become something of a leftist trend. It is also being coupled with trying to eliminate both conservative and Christian forms of whiteness, which is a direct assault on Christianity itself.
"If your religion requires Jesus to be a blonde-haired, blue-eyed Jesus, then your religion is not Christianity, but white supremacy," King added, emphasizing his position that anything white automatically equates to "white supremacy."
"Christian whiteness, not white Christianity, has been the primary religion of this country for hundreds of years," he went on to lament, his anti-white racism and leftist fragility spewing without shame.
Whether Jesus is white or any other color has never been an issue until now, with the George Floyd incident igniting a fresh wave of leftist hatred towards all things white, including white people. Having white skin is unacceptable to the left, as leftists would love for nothing more than to genocide all whites from existence.
This type of politically correct virtue signaling against the very existence of white people is destroying American society. To learn more, be sure to check out PoliticalCorrectness.news.
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