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Stupid On Steroids: Woman At Oxford Argues That Eating Meat Is White Supremacist And Neo-Nazi (Video)

How insane is the woke narrative now infiltrating every aspect of society?  Try this.  A woman arguing against meat consumption at Oxford Union “Beyond Meat” debate declared that eating meat is white supremacist and neo-Nazi.

In fact, Sky News reported, animal rights advocate and author Carol Adams was excoriated for essentially using every single “woke” buzz-phrase currently known to man.

According to Sky News:

Ms Adams claimed eating meat is linked to a “white supremacist patriarchal worldview” and that white supremacists “weaponised” eating meat, eggs and dairy to reclaim their wounded masculinity.

But social media users were quick to hit back at the viral speech, arguing the use of “woke logic threads” has “no overarching connection” to meat.

‘The Sexual Politics of Meat’ author argues the act of eating animal “corpses” are “massaged by euphemistic language” like hamburgers, steak and bacon.

“In order to be eaten, animals must disappear as living beings, that is be killed,” he said.

“They then disappear conceptually as so many forms in which we eat animal corpses are massaged by euphemistic language (like) hamburgers, steak, pork, bacon…

“Even the speaker just before me talked about ‘turkeys’, he’s talking about dead butchered turkeys of whom part of their bodies will be eaten,” she said.

“Meat eaters order leg of lamb, not a baby lamb’s leg (and) your hamburger comes with a dose of misogyny.”

“That’s why after 9/11, a focus on men as heroes and on meat eating became part of reclamation of a wounded masculinity,” she argued.  “When a black man was elected as US President, we saw how white this wounded masculinity was.”

Translation: People who eat meat are doing so because of the 9/11 terror attacks and the election of Barack Obama.

“White supremacists weaponized eating meat, eggs and dairy, images of milk drinking white men, of platters groaning with meat and the baiting of liberal men as so-called soy boys are all part of the neo-Nazi messaging,” she claimed.  “‘This is their right’, the neo-Nazi say, ‘this is their identity’.”

Adams also claimed: “Our whiteness is part of the problem of meat eating.”

Don’t just take my word for it.  Here is her statement:

And if that’s not enough stupid for you, here’s her entire statement, if you think you can stomach it:

Adams was brutally mocked for this nonsense.


Good question.

She was also shredded on YouTube:

“This is crazy! She didn’t make actual arguments against meat based on facts, this was just a bizarre word salad of woke buzzwords,” one person wrote.

“The fact that this person, who presumably has a job that subsidizes her to be so disconnected from reality, has to come to such outrageous conclusions is evidence there is a serious problem in our institutions,” another commenter added.

“This women managed to include feminism, colonialism, racism, and sexism all into an argument about meat while making absolute no sense about anything… truly remarkable,” a third person said.

Our response?

Yes, it does.

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Joe Newby

A 10-year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Joe ran for a city council position in Riverside, Calif., in 1991 and managed successful campaigns for the Idaho state legislature. Co-author of "Banned: How Facebook enables militant Islamic jihad," Joe wrote for Examiner.com from 2010 until it closed in 2016 and his work has been published at Newsbusters, Spokane Faith and Values and other sites. He now runs the Conservative Firing Line.

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