Tag: Kellogg Company

Kellogg Foundation Supported Racially Divisive Open Borders Group

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the namesake nonprofit arm of the Kellogg Company, has given $310,000 to the California-based community organizing group Causa Justa :: Just Cause, an open border pro-illegal immigration group. Causa Justa :: Just Cause also has connections to a group called the Freedom Road Socialist Organization that promotes breaking the United States up into race-based nation states.

Ace of Spades Backs #DumpKelloggs: It’s Time Conservatives Fight Back Against the Left’s Bully Tactics

Conservative blogger Ace of Spades offers support to Breitbart’s #DumpKelloggs boycott, noting that corporations are joining the culture wars on behalf of the bullying left, while the right foolishly “is a patsy who will go along with anything, including its own denigration” due to a “misplaced” sense of principles that prevents it from acting, even as “the left continues organizing every institution, media group, and corporation as bases of operation to destroy us.”

Mark Steyn Backs #DumpKelloggs: Kellogg’s ‘Real Target’ Is Trump and His Supporters, Not Breitbart

Author and radio host Mark Steyn offers support to Breitbart’s #DumpKelloggs boycott in his latest column, noting the danger posed to free speech and culture when corporations increasingly politicize every issue by siding with the left in order to silence or de-legitimize the left’s political opponents, which Steyn writes is the real aim of Kellogg’s actions.

Boxes of Kellogg's Frosted Flakes cereal are seen displayed inside a Wal-Mart store July 28, 2003 in Rolling Meadows, Illinois. With strong company wide sales rising 17.3 percent, Kellogg's has said its second quarter earnings beat Wall Street's expectations. (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)

New York Post: Breitbart Causes Kellogg’s Stock to Drop

The New York Post’s Claire Atkinson reports on the impact Breitbart’s boycott of Kellogg’s has had on the cereal giant’s stock. The #DumpKelloggs boycott effort was launched in response to Kellogg’s attack on the “values” of Breitbart and our 45 million monthly readers.

Kellogg Foundation’s Director of Racial Equity Wanted Castro to ‘Rest in Power’

With the Kellogg Company’s announcement that they pulled their advertising from Breitbart News because Breitbart isn’t “aligned with our values,” many consumers might wonder what those values are. The company’s namesake nonprofit organization, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, offers the best glimpse into the cereal giant’s beliefs; and a look at the writings and social media postings of the foundation’s Director of Racial Equity reveals expressions of sympathy for the murderous communist dictator Fidel Castro and antipathy towards police.

InvestorPlace to Kellogg’s: ‘You Do Not Pick a Fight with Breitbart’

Lawrence Meyers of InvestorPlace’s InvestorPolitics forum writes that the Kellogg Company “is being incredibly, mind-numbingly stupid” by openly attacking Breitbart News after buying into “the media’s false narrative that conservatives and Breitbart’s website consist of deplorables, haters, racists, sexists, White Nationalists, who also kick puppies and club baby seals.” Kellogg’s actions, Meyers writes, “immediately alienates up to half of its domestic consumers.” He warns, “You do not pick a fight with Breitbart.”

#DumpKelloggs: Minority Employees Accuse Kellogg’s of Racism, Subjecting Them to N-Word, Photo of a Baboon

The progressive Kellogg cereal company, known for funding causes aimed at “white privilege,” “institutional racism,” and efforts to defeat voter ID laws, has been accused of standing by and doing nothing as employees at one of its New England distribution centers are daily subjected to mistreatment and racist name calling by management. One African American employee was even allegedly harassed with a picture of a baboon.