Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Baskin-Robbins For A Militarist Society

By Chris Rossini

Baskin-Robbins is debuting camouflage ice cream for Veterans Day:

In case the kids ask you what camouflage is, just tell them it's what government's trained assassins wear while they gun down other human beings.

Camouflage is worn so that the person being murdered can't see the person that is about to kill him, since he blends in with his surroundings.

Bon Appetit!

Chris Rossini is author of Set Money Free: What Every American Needs To Know About The Federal Reserve. Follow @chrisrossini on Twitter.


  1. They could have made it better by using a red syrup simulating blood dripped over top.

    Someone should have a word with their marketing people.

  2. "The company said in a press release that their camouflage flavor “celebrates our troops in a fun and unique way.”". Ah yes, mass murder, bombs, destruction, dead children, so much fun!

    They could've kept the colors and said it was to celebrate America's hunters - I could stand behind that.