One of those who will become the future of journalism for the largest mainstream newspaper in Sweden, Aftonbladet, says to SVT Opinion that bacon is anti-Islamic and symbolizes anti-Islamic men and women.
"We have created a phenomenon where bacon represent the Western anti-Muslim image of a real man, or a nice looking girl who loves bacon, and with it everything it symbolizes," says Alicia Dickner.
She is one of those who attends Aftonbladet's editorial training to become an editorial writer for the major newspaper.
"Pig heads have been used in attacks against mosques, because in the Islamophobic violence pigs, pork and bacon are symbols of Western culture, which Muslims then are placed outside of because of their choice not to eat pork," she says.
"Why is it just bacon that has become a symbol of our right to behave as we want?"
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"If we could stop focusing on bacon as a part of our identity, we could make the world more inclusive, healthier, and make a more climate-friendly world. You do not need to stop eating it altogether," says Dickner.
So if you eat bacon you are probably anti-Muslim, which also means you are in poor health, and you are destroying the climate, according to the future of Swedish mainstream editorial journalism.
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