The year is 2021, and the liberals have officially removed Aunt Jemima from the syrup bottle we all grew up to know and love. Aunt Jemima has now been replaced with an image of a brick building and is now called “Pearl Milling Company”.
Literally nobody wanted this.
I get we fighting back and making change but I ain't ask for yall to take away Aunt Jemima.
— Imani McGee-Stafford (@imanitrishawn_) September 9, 2020
Remember, for a moment, when you were a child at morning breakfast, your parents sliding a breakfast plate in front of you, before covering your pancakes in Aunt Jemima syrup.
That is what this is about. This is a direct psychological attack on your deepest and most innocent memories. Memories you wouldn’t have even remembered if it weren’t forced back into your memory by the sadistic death cult that is running our country and removing icons from syrup bottles.
There is something particularly sinister about erasing this beloved icon from history as it is a clear attack on those nostalgic, seemingly unimportant childhood memories that we all collectively share as Americans.
The feeling of nostalgia is a strange feeling that evokes difficult to explain emotion, and I’m no psychologist, but I would suspect that mixing that feeling of nostalgia with the new-age progressive dogma might have an interesting psychological impact on how we interact and ultimately accept this radically progressive woke agenda.