“Lactose against intolerance!” Or “The revolution Will be pasteurised”, making the line to Gil Scott-Heron’s masterpiece “The Revolution Will not be televised”.
It is the charge of the milkshakes against sovereign, right-wing extremists and neo-fascists. A movement born of nothingness in the United Kingdom but that with its controversial actions is increasingly being talked about.
The fame finally arrived today, when in Eurosceptic leader Nigel Farage in Newcastle was covered with the sweet and white drink thrown by a boy in the middle of the street. The young man laughed and was immediately stopped by the police, while an irritated Farage immediately walked towards his car followed by the “gorillas” that could do absolutely nothing about it.