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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Cauliflower is too white for Democrats

Denmocrat Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez graduated cum laude from Boston University's College of Arts and Sciences in 2011. The daft things she says reflects that. Her most memorable contribution was a call to stop cows from farting.

Her latest lunacy is calling cauliflower colonialist.


Breitbart News said she made a video of her strolling through a community garden in the Bronx.

She said, “What I love too is growing plants that are culturally familiar to the community. It’s so important.”

But evil colonialism lurks among the flora.

She said, “But when you really think about it — when someone says that it’s ‘too hard’ to do a green space that grows Yucca instead of, I don’t know, cauliflower or something — what you’re doing is that you’re taking a colonial approach to environmentalism, and that is why a lot of communities of color get resistant to certain environmentalist movements because they come with the colonial lens on them.”

Communities of color is a dainty way of saying non-white because white is evil. That is what she is taught by her professors. I am surprised she did not point out that cauliflower is white, but colonialism is a euphemism for white, isn't it?

She got gypped.

No robbed.

And she has to pay a mountain of student loan debt for her indoctrination.

I must say American communists did better than their Red Chinese comrades. American communists figured out a way for the victims to pay for their stays at re-education camp.

17 comments:

  1. The root of the yucca is what's edible and - guess what! - it's also white. Oh, the humanity!

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  2. The best response to lefty loons is to mock them. And the best way to mock them is to put them on camera and hand them a microphone.

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    1. Well, that explains why we have Hollywood.

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  3. Cauliflower is edible? News to me! JK

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    1. Same here. It looks more like a centerpiece. I worry about people who say they like it. I used to think they had bad taste. Turns out, they're simply too colonial. Who knew?

      - Gary B

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  4. wonder if she eats pork, the other white meat? We already know she eats her boyfriend's white meat.

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  5. That poor girl is dumber than a box of rocks.

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    1. Please don't insult rocks and boxes.

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  6. Any intellectually honest person MUST admit that when the video is over with...she's really never actually said ANYTHING at all. She just babbles nonsense. veggies that are "culturally familiar to the community"!? LOL! What's that even MEAN!? The community is AMERICA! You can grow whatever you like if you can fit it onto your scrap of dirt!

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  7. Cauliflower is right up there with beans in its ability to make this ol boy faht. (Pronounced like the genteel Bostonians.) More fahts = More methane. Of COURSE Donkey Chompers would have a problem that!

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  8. When I want to learn something about growing vegetables, I look to someone from New York City.

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  9. I believed a degree from Boston university to be worthless, but, to find out this know nothing was cum laude is ridiculous. Anyone who paid for an education there should sue for malpractice.

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  10. University professors are a far greater enemy to freedom than even the illegal aliens at least many are Christian. Finding a Christian professor is the needle in the haystack.

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  11. Doing a search- I assume she meant yuca not yucca (and just now I discovered there was a difference) and that by that she meant cassava. Which can't grow in NYC. 8 months of warm weather needed for growing a crop, and nowhere in NY has that. If she wants to grow it in NYC- she needs to get on the global warming bandwagon- warm weather is GOOD for humans!

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    1. Yes, thanks for pointing that out. I live where yucca (yuca?) actually grows and there is no way it would make it in NYC.

      It's a question of growing hardiness zones, not colonialism, you nincompoop!

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    2. So she's agriculturally illiterate as well. Color me unsurprised. (Can I say color?)

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