by Jon Sanders
Director of the Center for Food, Power, and Life, Research Editor | John Locke Foundation
Benign Atrocities Studies has uncovered a new horror:
Two San Diego State University professors contributed a chapter to a new anthology arguing that farmers’ markets are “insidious” “white spaces where the food consumption habits of white people are normalized.”
The obvious retort doesn’t even need to be voiced, but here’s what it looks like:
Here’s what I think is behind this nonsense:
So we are left with the spectacle of presumably intelligent people affecting to find racism in the existence of farmers’ markets, rape in eating cheese, racist and antifeminism in Greek yogurt, racism in pumpkins, genocide in canoes, and intolerable violence in common platitudes and speaking of golf and Christmas.