Mia may you R.I.P. with Chief Wahoo
A hundred years ago next year dairy farmers in Minnesota formed a cooperative. In 1924 their butter was given the name “Land O’ Lakes” and in 1928 the image of a non-specific American Indian, named Mia, was placed on their packaging.
At a later date or about two or three years ago it was discovered, thanks to the tireless efforts of dedicated SJWs, that these dairy farmers were xenophobic racist Indian haters. It has even been rumored that some of the farmer’s ancestors openly rooted for the U.S. Calvary at the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
How much did these farmers hate Indians? These farmers hated Indians so much they put the offensive image of Mia on their butter packaging so that every customer would immediately know how much they despised the Indians. And it was reasoned that in solidarity fellow Indian haters would purchase their butter. It worked, but finally their scheme was outed and Land O’ Lakes announced in April 2020 that Mia will be removed from their packaging.
This struggle is far from over fellow SJWs; “In 2005, the American Psychological Association called for the immediate retirement of all American Indian mascots, symbols, images and personalities by schools, colleges, universities, athletic teams and organizations.” The APA called for this due to the “…harmful effects of racial stereotyping and inaccurate racial portrayals.”
Only once all symbols of The Noble Red Man is purged from our society can we move on and seek the next offensive symbol or image or statue or flag, etc. for destruction. Certainly today the United States of America is a better place with Mia relegated to the ash heap of history.