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Old Today, 07:46 PM
 
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Again, how does that make farmers markets a hot bed of white supremacy? A couple in Bloomington and ONE nut in liberal Chicago does not a hot bed make.
You asked for another example. If I give another, as there are more in the article, will you keep upping it? I just don't anyone like using the markets for politics and don't see why it is allowed for the groups to advertise, protest or dox at them, at all.

 
Old Today, 07:49 PM
 
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Cauliflower (being a white vegetable) is racist.

however, are there any black or brown vegetables instead? No, if a vegetable turns brown, its rotten.

Next they will claim all vegetables are racist because they turn brown and are rotten.

Wait.. mushrooms are gray/brown, maybe those are the only woke vegetable we should eat.

haha WOKE VEGETABLES!
 
Old Today, 07:54 PM
 
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this is getting completely stupid beyond pale to inject politics in everything we do in our daily lives. this is tupid. we have politics in sports, farmers markets, shopping centers, different types of food, even different kinds of places to go, like disneyland and other fun parks.



this has to stop people



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1m6-xnbU5yo&t=13s


lets leave the politics where it belongs, on forums like this, and in the actual political arena.
 
Old Today, 07:54 PM
 
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I buy from the Amish. I never really thought of them being racist.
I have now seem a black Amish girl. I saw her last July when I was up there for a funeral.
 
Old Today, 07:59 PM
 
Location: Suburb of Chicago
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You asked for another example. If I give another, as there are more in the article, will you keep upping it? I just don't anyone like using the markets for politics and don't see why it is allowed for the groups to advertise, protest or dox at them, at all.
I don't like it either, but if their policy is let people hand out flyers on the grounds where the farmer's markets are held, they have to allow all flyers.

Chicago is a liberal city. Is this really an issue? In my mind, it's one isolated nut. Bloomington is also a liberal, university town - although there are supposedly KKK in small southern Indiana towns.

I just cannot get up in arms about some isolated instances and jump on the 'farmer's markets are filled with white supremacists' bandwagon. I think the whole premise for the piece is flawed.
 
Old Today, 08:15 PM
 
Location: CA
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Again, how does that make farmers markets a hot bed of white supremacy? A couple in Bloomington and ONE nut in liberal Chicago does not a hot bed make.
It doesn't. That's the point. It's another leftist article trying to convince people that there's an epidemic of racism when there really isn't. But I can't figure out what point you're trying to make.
 
Old Today, 08:18 PM
 
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In the never-ending quest to find racism in everything, leftist propaganda outlet The Daily Beast has concluded that white supremacy is a problem in the farmers markets and activists need to take action. Before you buy any organic vegetables, you first need to perform a background check on the seller to make sure that the leftist tabloids haven't accused them of having "extremist views".

Farmersí Markets Have New Unwelcome Guests: Fascists

"In public they sell organic vegetables. In private they join white supremacist groups. Now activists are pushing back."
Isn't the entire organic/farmer's market movement racist because there aren't enough minorities involved? Didn't AOC claim cauliflower is also racist?
 
Old Today, 08:38 PM
 
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Isn't the entire organic/farmer's market movement racist because there aren't enough minorities involved? Didn't AOC claim cauliflower is also racist?
Cauliflower is a known racist. This was a hot topic with the SJW crowd over past month or so.
 
Old Today, 08:41 PM
 
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I wouldn't want to do business with someone who is a white supremacist.

Here in my community I can guarantee you my fave at the farmers' market is not a white supremacist.
 
Old Today, 08:44 PM
 
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Why do socialists/leftists HATE farmers so much? Soviet Union, China, Cuba, Zimbabwe, Modern South Africa all have/had it out for their farmers. Itís definitely a trend.
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