Paul Joseph Watson — Propagandamatwix Nov 14, 2017
While ISIS literally hijacks the airwaves to broadcast recruiting propaganda on radio shows, a Swedish government report has declared milk to be a racist hate symbol.
A report by the Total Defense Research Institute commissioned by the government concludes that both milk and the ‘OK’ hand sign are hate symbols that represent white supremacy.
The purpose of the report was to analyze Internet comments to “provide an insight into some digital environments whose common denominator is that they are all xenophobic.”
Other signs of “hatred” include using profanity as well as “expressions of anxiety or fear,” presumably over the thousands of Muslim migrants that pour into the country on a regular basis.
While the Swedish government and its subsidiaries seem to be extremely concerned with milk being used as a symbol to radicalize racists, actual ISIS recruitment propaganda is being broadcast on Swedish radio stations.
One is tempted to say that this story could only come out of Sweden, but elements of the leftist media in America declared milk to be a symbol of racist hate months ago.
Back in February, Mic.com’s Jack Smith wrote that “Milk is the new, creamy symbol of white racial purity in Donald Trump’s America,” because some trolls were seen chugging it as part of a troll of Shia LaBeouf’s “he will not divide us” art installation.
Back in March, the Daily 49er published an op-ed by a student at the California State University who claimed that many Americans, “have been so accustomed to hearing the benefits of milk that you probably didn’t even realize the subtle racism hidden in our health facts.”
Samantha Diaz went on to ludicrously assert that the federal government has encouraged people to make milk an essential part of their diet. “despite the potential detriment it has on non-white people’s health.”
According to The Conversation, milk is “a symbol of neo-Nazi hate” because a handful of white supremacist forums have embraced it as that.
The lack of self-awareness in understanding that trolls deliberately embraced milk as a hate symbol as part of a prank in an attempt to force the media into treating such a ridiculous notion seriously seems to have been lost on most.