India: Noble Monkey Defends Self Against Curry Fiend Larva Encroaching on His Habitat

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
November 6, 2019

Not all heroes are human.

We recently learned that Indians are so good at ruining the environment that they’re even making the air look pretty much like the color of their skin.

Eco-friendly monkeys have had enough of that.

Daily Mail:

A four-month-old baby was killed in a freak accident when a monkey dropped a stone on top of him in India.

The boy was with his parents at their home in northern India when the animal picked up a stone on a terrace, authorities said.

According to police, the monkey fumbled the stone and dropped it on top of the boy, leaving him seriously injured.

The boy was taken to hospital where medics pronounced him dead, according to NDTV.

The fatal accident occurred on Saturday in Muzaffarnagar in India’s largest state, Uttar Pradesh.

Monkeys are a frequent menace in the country and have been known to attack children as young as two weeks old.

Climate Empress Greta Thunberg should support this eco-monkey uprising and order her army to march with the noble monkey warriors against the evil, dirty, and smelly curry fiends.

Yes. This is a monkey uprising.

Check out some of these past headlines:

Supporting the monkey uprising is environmentalism.

What would you rather have in the world? Monkeys or Indians? Due to Indian’s destructive nature, they can’t coexist.

You have to pick one.

There are various reasons why monkeys are superior to Indians, starting with the fact that they’re not vomit-inducing to look at.

Monkey baby:

Indian baby:

Monkey mother with baby monkey:

Indian mother with baby Indian:

Monkey family:

Indian family:

Aside from the very important visual differences, monkeys left on their own can also live without harming the planet – unlike Indians.

Monkey in its habitat:

Indian in its habitat:

There is a war going on right now between monkeys and Indians.

Siding with the Indians would mean siding with pollution, contamination, and death.

Siding with the monkeys would be siding with Earth, nature, and life.

The choice is clear to me.

What is Empress Greta waiting for?