The ongoing feud and boycott between Breitbart News and Kellogg’s over their pulling of all advertising from the publication has resulted in some unexpected news being brought to the forefront. It involves race-based Saul Alinsky-style political agitation by the cereal giant. Ask their Frosted Flakes mascot Tony the Tiger what he thinks about Black Lives Matter and he’ll tell you, ‘They’re Great!”
The company’s closely-associated foundation, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, has provided, at a minimum, $930,000 in financial support to the anti-white hate organization operated by globalist America-hater George Soros. That could certainly make a cereal less appetizing. According to Breitbart, the evidence appears on the Kellogg Foundation’s website and includes a June 1st, 2016 grant to the “International Development Exchange,” which processes donations for the racist BLM agitators.
The International Development Exchange, also known as IDEX, “has been acting as a mostly unseen financial arm of Black Lives Matter,” according to the Associated Press. They have “the ability to receive grants and tax-deductible donations” on BLM’s behalf. They also noted, “More recently, the relationship evolved into a contractual partnership that will run through at least mid-2017.”
The Kellogg Foundation stated on their website that the purpose of the $900,000 grant was to “Enhance local and place-specific interventions to address issues impacting the lives of Black community members, families and children by building the infrastructure and capacity of the national #BlackLivesMatter to support and strengthen their local chapters’ organizing capacity.”
That’s an excessively wordy way of saying they’re funding and constructing the anti-white, anti-police revolutionary group. Their so-called “interventions” are more commonly referred to and recognized as riots, beat downs and marches that disrupt the lives of ordinary citizens and those supporting a candidate that doesn’t engage in race-preference politics.
On the previous June 1st, in 2015, the Foundation handed $30,000 to the Praxis Project, which went towards the funding of “the inaugural BlackLivesMatter Chapter Retreat.” That was likely the initial setting for plotting the BLM riots and assaults against Trump supporters and ordinary Americans engaged in their daily lives that were ubiquitous over the course of the campaign.
Clearly when Kellogg pulled their ads from Breitbart they were correct and honest in their explanation that their 45 million monthly readers were not “aligned with our values as a company.” Patriotic Americans are the antithesis of Kellogg politically although it would be difficult to label the cereal manufacturer’s positions or those of BLM as values.
Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alexander Marlow, in his response and advocacy of a boycott of the cereal company, said, “If you serve Kellogg’s products to your family, you are serving up bigotry at your breakfast table.” Bigotry doesn’t go down so easily, even with milk. And Pop-Tarts really aren’t that tasty, they’re like an inferior, dry substitute for real pastry, the kind of stuff astronauts would eat in space.
Having learned where their profits go, for many of us a boycott of their products isn’t necessary. They’ve lost their appeal, they’re simply not appetizing any more. Maybe the dog will eat what’s left on the shelf. He doesn’t know any better. It’s all dog food to him. Better keep the milk handy, just in case he chokes.