by Stuart Webb | WeaponizedNews.Com | March 6, 2015
In the politically correct society we live in, normal human behavior is considered politically incorrect. In fact, even abnormal human behavior is considered politically incorrect, but only selectively when the “PC” police say so. Basically anything can be deemed politically incorrect or racist, sexist, etc. etc. when stated by our superiors, i.e. establishment media, establishment politics, establishment business.
In an article written by Kiera Butler of Mother Jones, she implies that eating three meals a day is insensitive and possibly racist being that settlers in the colonial days of the America’s viewed the eating habits of Native Americans as “uncivilized”.
The article goes on to explain that Native Americans did not adhere to the three square meal pattern and “the volume and timing of their eating varied with the seasons”. It also discussed the fluctuations of the American diet over the years and cited studies showing the insignificance of sticking to the general three squares mentality that most have grown up with.
Although I agree with her statements regarding eating habits, the article holds no grounds when attempting to demonize eating patterns as potentially being racist. As if the time or fashion of when someone decides to eat could actually determine whether someone held unfavorable views towards a particular race.
Three square meals a day is a choice that many people (including myself) don’t actually follow anymore, and it has absolutely nothing to do with political correctness or racism. Maybe the Native Americans thought the settlers were “uncivilized” because they ate three meals a day. Could this be viewed as being racist on the part of Native Americans?
A look into the future of political correctness….