For a company that specializes in fruit loops and flakes… is it any wonder they are shoveling cash at such dopey causes?
It’s helpful to know which makers of everyday products are weaponizing their profits against you. Call it being an ‘informed consumer’.
One of the problems with everything being political is that even EVERYDAY items have become part of the partisan war.
They are within their right to put their profits to any lawful cause they like.
But if the company is pouring big dollars into undermining everything you hold dear, it might make sense to avoid their products.
A new report reveals the shocking amount of money donated by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to left-wing, pro-socialist organizations in coordination with the Clintons and anti-American billionaire George Soros. —Breitbart
Soros. You remember him, right? He is the single biggest donor to the Progressive cause. He is also featured in a video interview where he discussed how he helped Nazis seize property from condemned Jews in WWII, and how he has ZERO regrets for having done so.
He’s basically the polar opposite of Schindler from Schindler’s List.
The Kellogg Foundation was originally founded to provide health care, healthy foods, and services for children in rural areas of the country. Its ultimate goal was to help Americans achieve self-reliance. But since the 1950s, the foundation began seriously straying from those ideals and edging toward funding anti-American socialist policies, ideals, and organizations.
Indeed, the report points out that Martin Morse Wooster wrote that Kellogg himself complained about the “Socialist trend” in politics and “could not possibly have foreseen the way his organization would be used after his death to combat ‘white privilege,’ or assist groups like ‘La Raza.’”–Breitbart
Typical Leftist ploy. Bait-and-switch.
Take something that is actually intended for real good… and weaponize it for their own purposes.
The foundation has, for instance, donated millions to the Mexican nationalist organization, La Raza — the group founded to “reclaim” the southwestern United States for Mexico. In 2015, the foundation gave $2,400,000 to the National Council of La Raza for “general operating support.”
Some of the money given to various La Raza and similar outfits are:
$125,000 to El Centro De Igualdad y Derechos (The Center for Equality and Rights) in Albuquerque
$400,000 to La Plaza De Encuentro (The Meeting Place) in Albuquerque
$25,000 for the Latin American Youth Center in Washington, DC
$204,000 National Hispanic Media Coalition
Are these the sorts of projects you would support and endorse? Because every product with the Kelloggs’ logo helps support them.
But wait! There’s more!
Along with the left-wing Clinton think tank CAP, Kellogg has also given to the Center for Social Inclusion ($1,789,815); the Center for Equitable Growth ($395,625); Deoms ($3.3 million); the Center for Law and Social Policy ($698,086); and Ralph Nader’s Public Citizen ($125,000).
So… what are YOU having for breakfast?