The great British jerk-off

Caption: Jamaican idiot steals Indian sari: good. White guy makes rice and beans: bad.

Every time you think the left couldn?t get any more stupid and venal than they already are, they accept the challenge. Now they?re screaming at celebrity chefs about rice. Quote:

The chef and entrepreneur Levi Roots has described Jamie Oliver?s decision to launch a jerk rice dish as a mistake, as a row over cultural appropriation widened.

Oliver was called out on the product by the shadow equalities minister, Dawn Butler, the daughter of Jamaican immigrants, who questioned whether the chef knew what jerk was. End of quote.

I?d say ?jerk? perfectly describes a race-baiting politician screeching at a podgy mockney tv chef about rice. Quote:

His ?punchy? jerk rice dish contains garlic, ginger and jalape?os, whereas traditional jerk seasoning ? which was developed by escaped African slaves on the Caribbean island ? relies principally on two ingredients: allspice and scotch bonnet peppers.

Butler tweeted on Saturday: ?It?s not just a word you put before stuff to sell products. This appropriation from Jamaica needs to stop.? End of quote.

Standard English is also not just a bunch of words. Her cultural appropriation from the British needs to stop. From now on, she must only tweet in Creole. Except that that?s also an appropriation from English, too.

She better not ever make a sandwich, either: another English invention. And if she so much as looks at a shepherd?s pie, or bangers and mash, time to break out the tar and feathers.

At least we know a British Labor MP would never touch a blintz or a matzoh ball. Jew-hatin’ Jezza would have their guts for garters. Quote:

She also asked the Jamaica-born Roots?whether he would teach Oliver a masterclass. End of quote.

Lefties demanding chefs be sent to re-education camps because of ?rice. Quote:

Oliver said on Monday night he named his new product ?punchy jerk rice? to show where he drew his culinary inspiration from. In a statement he said: ?I?ve worked with flavours and spices from all over the world my whole career, learning and drawing inspiration from different countries and cultures to give a fresh twist to the food we eat every day. When I named the rice my intention was only to show where my inspiration came from.? End of quote.

Of all the stupid arguments promulgated by the left, ?cultural appropriation? is one of the stupidest, even by their own abysmally low bar of dumbarsedness. The same people who worship at the altar of multiculturalism, at the same time argue that cultural exchange is wicked.

It?s as if they?ve never read a history book: which they probably haven?t. The great artists of the belle ?poque, Monet, van Gogh, Matisse, were inspired by the cheap Japanese woodblock prints flooding into Europe as tea-wrappers. In turn, Osamu Tezuka copied Walt Disney?s big-eyed style of Bambi, and created the signature manga style. Cultural exchange has enriched the world for centuries. But what the intersectional ninnies of leftism know about culture is even less than they know about economics.

The only thing the left these days care about is power games, and hating white people. ?Cultural appropriation? is a tool for both. Because it?s never ?cultural appropriation? when anyone of a dusky disposition pinches food or clothing ideas from other cultures. Dawn Butler can parade herself around in a very-un-Jamaican sari till the cows come home. But if a pasty mockney cooks some rice, well, it?s colonisation all over again.

Jamie Oliver is an annoying twat, but his cookbooks are excellent. Great artists, as the saying goes, steal. If Jamie Oliver wants to take an idea from Jamaican cuisine and put a new twist on it, he?s perfectly entitled to. The hateful inquisitors of leftism can jerk off all they want: nobody?s making them eat it.

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