“Cow’s milk turned out to be a popular symbol for white supremacy” – NPO 3, government-funded Dutch news station.
As I recently posted, 27-year-old Eva Vlaadingerbroek has emerged as quite the populist voice in the Netherlands. It goes without saying that the leftist Dutch government hates everything about her and everything she stands for.
As seen in the somewhat dated tweet below, Vlaadingerbroek was hammered by a government media network, insinuating that she was posing with a few bottles of white milk… supposedly a dog-whistle for right-wing extremists;
???????? “Cow milk is a beloved symbol of white supremacy”, according to the Dutch state funded media.
So basically they’re using my taxes to call me a white supremacist and a figure head for the far right for posting a photo holding milk. Nice. https://t.co/CpOAHPtMUP
— Eva Vlaardingerbroek (@EvaVlaar) September 29, 2022
The Dutch government’s tweet links to an article from the state-funded NPO 3 TV network’s article that clearly states;
“Cow’s milk turned out to be a popular symbol for white supremacy, the belief that white people are superior to others and must dominate them.”
But wait… there’s more.
The government’s schill, NPO 3 (Nederlandse Publieke Omroep drie), goes on to say (with a straight face); Emphasis mine
The choice of milk as a racist symbol does not come out of the blue. According to Willem Wagenaar, who conducts research for the Anne Frank House into right-wing extremism, drinking milk expresses the idea of a collective, white connectedness. “People of European descent talk about the generally more likely to have a physical tolerance to lactose than people with another background,” he explains. “That fact is used to describe the us-them thinking, that is a central theme within the ideology.”
The peculiar pride of being able to dairy; Digestion has a long history, according to scientific research. In the first decades of the last century, a period when many Westerners were fascinated by eugenics or ‘race improvement’, the lactose intolerance of certain population groups was already cited to demonstrate their alleged inferiority. Thus, East Asians were derogatorily referred to as “rice eaters” who are said to be weak and feminine due to their lack of meat and dairy consumption.
“I am not afraid, for God is with me. I was born for this!”
Today is the Feast Day of St. Joan of Arc and therefore my first Name Day as a Catholic. ????????✝️ pic.twitter.com/giyet7TGGx
— Eva Vlaardingerbroek (@EvaVlaar) May 30, 2023
Now that the Biden Administration has decided to declare war on the American farmers, I’d like to reiterate what I said to the American people during an interview with @NTDNews last summer:
Hang onto that second amendment of yours. pic.twitter.com/fXewpogZbk
— Eva Vlaardingerbroek (@EvaVlaar) May 19, 2023