White Liberals Who Canceled Aunt Jemima are the Real Racists Stu Does America

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Let Me Start By Saying Something That Is Going

to shock A lot of people on Jemima did not kill George Floyd has Aunt Jemima been the cause of death and a lot of people who really like Pancakes sure yes she has but George Floyd was murdered not by a syrup bottle or a pancake mix or anyone’s aunt he was murdered by the guy who was charged with murder on Jemima was not charged with murder tough facts H I know it’s tough to know by the tone of the Aunt Jemima parent company Yeah I’m sure mine was not guilty here the UK of Quaker Foods said in a statement we recognized on Jameelah’s origins are based on a racial stereotype while work has been done over the years to update the brand in a manner intended to be appropriate and respectful We realized those changes are. Not enough she went on. We are starting by removing the image and changing the name. We will continue the conversation by gathering diverse perspectives from both our organization and the black community. To further evolve the brand and make it one that everyone can be proud to have in their pantry look.

Theres No Doubt That Judging By Todays Standards.

There were significant racial stereotypes used in the branding of Aunt Jemima Historically. The company was started by white people in 1889 and eventually failed and then was sold. The new owners wanted a real person to play on Jemima all right whose name of course came from minstrel shows again. Its 1889 everybody is a racist.

A Hundred Percent Of People Are Racist.

Its 1889 they discover Nancy Green and they gave her the gig. She was born a slave in 1834 and went on to play Andrew. Mama until her death, some say she died a millionaire, although it’s a bit questionable, but what isn’t Questionable is that the ARk of her life who is a positive one. It’s easy to compare to today, but think of where she came from.

She Started Life As A Literal Slave.

She died free, relatively wealthy as a missionary and a woman who organized one of the biggest churches in Chicago. No wonder she is so offensive to the left do you think Nancy Greene died wanting people to look back at her life as some sort of racially offensive thing to be ashamed of I think she died proud of how far she came or how about Anna Harrington. She was the second engine I’ma. She played the part for 14 years and because of that job she bought a 22-room house that was so big she used.

Some Of It As A Hotel I Bet

she would want us to look back at her life and be impressed. Not just think about how she was oppressed what we need to be remembering Here is thinking people is that these things change meaning over time. Volkswagon meant people’s car and they had the worst spokesperson of all time. His name was Adolphe. We now know it has a kind of hippie car for suburban ski moms.

Hugo Boss Literally Designed The Nazi Uniforms.

What does that mean for their suits of today Are you a Nazi if you own one no there is a book called UK and the Holocaust I was not a business major, but I do know this You do not want your company name to come before the phrase and the Holocaust bad. What does that mean for them today do you hate Jews. If you own one of their laptops no what we all understand the people around today that work atNK] Don’t hate Jews and We’re able to learn from their history without holding people responsible who weren’t even alive at the time look if you’re gonna pull Aunt Jemima you might as well pull everything off the market that’s more than a few years old everyone and everything from the past is offensive to us today If you go back far enough and again I’ll go out on a limb and generalize everyone was racist. In 1889.

All People Were Racist Scientific Fact, But

he appalled African-americans in both of those eras how many black women would switch places with Nancy Green and Anna Harrington like almost all of them yes a lot of the imagery was entirely unacceptable, but that’s why you change it over time which they did. and today’s Aunt Jemima I was holding on to the name, but also has nothing to do with the racist stereotypes Anymore. None of this is the worst part of the story, though the worst part is the subtle progressive racism involved in all of this. This idea that white people understand this stuff better than minorities, and then can therefore inform non-whites about how they should be offended. This happens with Native Americans all the time why people tell them they should be offended by the name Redskins, and they say shut up well.

Let You Know If Were Offended

or not how about that ninety percent of Native Americans are not offended by the name Redskins, what is vastly underreported is that the same exact thing is happening with Aunt Jemima. Aunt Jemima is the largest syrup brand in the United States with about three times the amount. customers as Mrs Butterworth and Log-cabin and about four times as much as Hungry Jack Also I now really want pancakes, but who is buying Angel’ I’m a syrup you’d think if this was truly a racist product that African Americans would avoid buying it right Hmm well. I don’t know let’s see corporate rich research form firm excuse me numerator took the snapshot of the people who buy and Jemima and their findings might surprise you the way. This works essentially is a 0 to 200 scale with a hundred being average, so let’s look quickly to get the idea at income level.

Theres Not Much Difference Here Basically You

know scores all range from 95 to 107 right around that 100 average the lowest and highest income groups like Aunt Jemima a little more and those are the middle a little less but not much variance between the. That is not the story when it comes to race with all these evil racist white people out there you’d think white people would be off the charts, but no remember 100 is average White’s come in a little below that with a score of 88. How African-americans now remember this product is so racist I’d assume no African-americans will buy it what is their score 197 remember literally a perfect score would be 200 and it’s at 197. The people who really love Aunt Jemima are African Americans. They are the ones buying it in enormous numbers.

The Media And The Left Are Once

again trying to tell black people when they should be offended and what they should be offended by it’s a subtle way of talking down to people Oh honey you don’t understand this is bad for you and you shouldn’t like it I mean 197. 200 is there anything in your entire life? You’d rate of 197 out of 200. Prince Andrew wouldn’t get even give a one 97 out of 200 to 16-year-old girls and this to the point we are telling black people that Aunt Jemima is offensive and they are telling us shut up. We wouldn’t be buying it if we were offended by it. Let us eat our frigging pancakes in peace and the brilliant solution to every one’s white guilt is to take one of African-americans favorite products off the market gee thanks white people look again at this statement from the company.

We Are Starting By Removing The Image And

changing the name. We will continue the conversation by gathering diverse perspectives from both our organization and the black community to further evolve the brand to make it one everyone can be proud to have in their. They are proud to have it in their pantry proud enough to bust their ass at work to earn money and then spend it on your freakin syrup and then you’re telling them they’re not smart enough to figure out for themselves. What to buy no syrup Bottle is capable of being more racist than that by the way you know who really hates Aunt Jemima Asians. They only had a score of 49 out of 200.

Why You Ask I Have No Idea I

just thought it was interesting and by the way our own. Sarah Gonzalez, who tweeted this the only offensive thing about a engine is that so many people still buy that nest yes corn syrup garbage instead of actual maple Syrup Don’t at me well. She’s way out of step with her fellow Hispanics, who also freaking love and Jemima a score of 175 out. of 200 look sometimes These controversies are completely ridiculous, but Aunt Jemima does have some stuff that from back in the day that looks straight out racist and even pretty racially insensitive by old-timey standards, but things change. You think the crowd that embraces the argument that the Constitution is a living document would understand that brands can evolve regardless of how people believe and how people have used them in the past what year is it it’s 2020 Redskins just means football team now period.

Aunt Jemima Just Means Breakfast Coca-Cola Just

means soda not fizzy cocaine drink. This bizarre habit society has developed of self-therapy through cancellation of others accomplishes precisely nothing. Aunt Jemima did not kill George Floyd and no amount of removing breakfast foods from the market can bring him back to life. I will say say after all of that the one thing we can all agree on Is I really like pancakes and want some right now Now this is not a. This is not.

This Had Nothing To Do With Me.

Just wanting a bunch of pancakes thank you very much. This is MmM. This was research and history because I went to the store and I went to the syrup aisle and I wanted to get some Aunt Jemima syrup. You know what when hear something sad they’ve already pulled it off the shelves.

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Its Already All Gone So What Did I

do I mean I certainly wasn’t gonna kill the whole thing about eating pancakes. So I got the next one on the list got some Mrs. Buttersworth mm-hmm. You know because you know she’s toast oh there’s a cup and when these dumb tops of the cup here she’s toast. Mean Mrs Butterworth is she has no chance of survival.

You Know All These Brands Are Going

down the tubes okay we’re gonna have nothing left on the shelves We’re gonna be Venezuela In about two weeks I mean so little Mrs. Buttersworth and you might say Stu you know I’m disappointed in you you went to a store you could not find oh. This is gonna be fun. Oh, there’s a little where the knife was there’s a little hole for syrup in the middle you might be disappointed in me. I might say I didn’t go far enough how come he didn’t get to mention me moe.

I Mean Mrs.

Butterworth sure she’s toast. She’s basically gonna be going to prison soon anyway but you might say they they just took him off the shelves and I say yeah but see I am outsmarted them. I also went.

To The Pancake Mix Section And I

found one of the last two boxes of Aunt Jemima anywhere in the country. So now I own it. I’m gonna sell it for thousands of dollars on UK and then I’m gonna give it to Mrs Butterworth because she’s gonna need it for her Legal Defense.

Summary

The UK of Quaker Foods said in a statement we recognized on Jameelah’s origins are based on a racial stereotype while work has been done over the years to update the brand in a manner intended to be appropriate and respectful We realized those changes are.& Not enough she went on. We are starting by removing the image and changing the name.& We will continue the conversation by gathering diverse perspectives from both our organization and the black community. The company was started by white people in 1889 and eventually failed and then was sold. The new owners wanted a real person to play on Jemima all right whose name of course came from minstrel shows again. Its 1889 everybody is a racist.& Its 1889 they discover Nancy Green and they discover . Nancy Green . She was born a slave in 1834 and went on to play Andrew. Some say she died a millionaire, although it’s a bit questionable, but what isn’t Questionable is that the ARk of her life who…. Click here to read more and watch the full video