Replace the racist Chef Boyardee picture with Mothman

Replace the racist Chef Boyardee picture with Mothman

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Jaycob Lawson started this petition to young adolescents and

  Chef Boyardee represents a racist stereotype of Italian immigrants in the United States,This stereotype is damaging to the image and portrayal of our fellow Italians who reside in our United States.Due to the recent events occurring in our states we must unite in order to end these harmful and bigotry that plague our community.Not only did Chef Boyardee represent a harmful stereotype but was also a close confidant of the warmonger Woodrow Wilson.

   Chef Boyardee supervised the catering for president Woodrow Wilson’s wedding,he also had close ties with the international affairs involving foreign U.S troops invading domestic territories.

   Chef Hector Boyardee , played an important role in the country’s war efforts.With American troops engaged in battle overseas, the comforts of home were much appreciated. Chef Boyardee meals were an essential part of soldiers’ rations during their war. 

    Beginning in 1942, the Chef Boyardee plant in Milton, Pennsylvania began operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week to keep up with production demands. When they weren’t busy with production, Chef Boyardee employees could be seen marching through the streets of Milton during nationalist parades that inspired and promoted support for the genocidal war.

    President Woodrow Wilson handed down to us through history is of a democratic idealist whose rhetoric outlined the rationale for American involvement in foreign wars in the 20th Century.  From Wilson's presidency onward, the United States would enter world affairs with the intention of making the world "safe for democracy", ensuring freedom of the seas, lowering prohibitive tariff walls, and fostering the right of all peoples to self-determination.  Wilson's rhetoric was later echoed by other presidents, most notably Franklin D. Roosevelt, who argued repeatedly that Americans needed to enter the Second World War to protect freedoms outlined by Wilson three decades earlier.

Fast-forward a century and the rise of neo-conservatism to power in the United States at the dawn of the 21st Century was accompanied by similar rhetoric about the American obligation to spread democracy around the world and open the doors of global trade.  The similarities between Wilsonian and neo-conservative foreign policy are fundamental, not coincidental.  Indeed, Wilsonian values have been cited repeatedly as the reasons why the U.S. launched its invasion of IRAQ in 2003.

   This all being said,Mothman has long been a beacon of hope and representation for the communities that are harmed by racist bigoted stereotypes such as the KKK and NRA.On the other hand Mothman supports the actions of BLM and LGBTQ+ movements.We started this petition after a dear friend of ours single handily created a movement to replace racist confederate statues with our friend the Mothman.  Please support this petition if you are against bigotry and systemic racism.

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