The image is my response to reading about another politician who wants to use the law to change how people use words. Their underlying reasons are to benefit one industry over another, usually the industry that they feel will provide the most votes or donations.
Poor old soya milk (as the world refers to it, regardless of what politicians dictate).
For anyone using text reader software, here's the text from the image:
Words, eh? Politicians with vested interests say the word "milk" should only apply to dairy milk.
The OED's definition 2 of milk as plant-based is over 600 years old. That's authority.
Dairy milk is one type of milk; plant milk another. Simple. Let's just always add a prefix to "milk" to clarify it.
Dairy milk. Oat milk. Coconut milk. Soya milk. Almond milk.
All clear then. Everyone is happy.
Unfortunately we already had a similar persecution in Europe, where they banned calling it soya milk (Council Regulation 1234/2007), which is why it is now labelled "soya drink" on the carton, even though everyone calls it soya milk.