- Delivering Truth Around the World
Custom Search

AMERICANS SICK AFTER FIND WHAT KELLOGGS Has Been Sneaking Into Every Box Of Cereal For Months

Amada Shea

Smaller Font Larger Font RSS 2.0


Cereal has become a staple meal in America over the years as a quick and sometimes healthy alternative to fit into our busy lives. Kelloggs is among the most popular brands in the country, which many people probably have in their homes right now. Having claimed so much shelf space in stores it comes as a surprise that the brand was found to have far more than consumers bargained for in every box and now the company potentially faces a massive boycott that could cost them dearly.

With every heaping spoonful of Frosted Flakes, Fruit Loops, or Raisin Bran, Americans were consuming more than they thought they had paid for. Every type of cereal produced by Kelloggs contained what many eaters didn’t realize or want a part of. For anyone who has had a bowl of this brand in the last several months, it’s already too late. Here’s what you need to do about it now.

Here’s what you need to do about it now.

Next time you find yourself in the cereal aisle, make sure you check the brand of cereal you’re putting in your cart, because if you buy Kelloggs, you may be funding some dangerous causes you don’t agree with. This extends to some frozen foods and other dry goods the company makes too, who use the profits from these products to pay people and push measures that go against America and many people’s beliefs.

With every purchase of Kelloggs products, the company is dishing out a deep-seated liberal agenda with cartoon characters like “Tony the Tiger” as the innocent face man for it.

“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 reported.

“The extensive report by Capital Research (CR), a conservative watchdog minding non-profit organizations, shows a long history of leftism by the foundation created by the man who founded the Michigan-based breakfast giant, Kellogg’s,” Breitbart continued. “It also chronicles how far the foundation has drifted from its founder’s wishes.”

For anyone who suggests that buying a box of cereal is just an indignificant drop in the large liberal bucket, it’s actually making a massive impact on the leftist agenda because W.K. Kellogg Foundation is reportedly the largest of the left-wing donors in the country. One report on the matter puts it bluntly what your cereal or frozen waffles have funded:

One report on the matter puts it bluntly what your cereal or frozen waffles have funded:

“The W.K. Kellogg Foundation is currently the seventh-largest philanthropy in the U.S. in terms of dollars, according to a 2016 analysis of the foundation. In 2015, the last year for which its IRS filings are available, the foundation distributed nearly 2,000 grants totaling $268,065,253. It ended the year with $448,430,564 in assets.”

“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.”

What’s really sad about this move from one of America’s biggest brands is that it’s not necessarily reflective of the owner’s wishes, despite the foundation being in his name. W.K. Kellogg died in 1951 and his only directive to future trustees of the profits was to “use the money as you please so long as it promotes the health, happiness, and well-being of children.” Of course, liberals think, or at least tell themselves, that they are doing just that, but funding many items within the liberal agenda only benefits liberal leaders, not general health, happiness, and children.

As CR’s Michael Volpe writes on the foundation:

It supports trendy, left-wing causes that contend America is a hopelessly racist country, along with groups that wage war on the free markets that the great capitalist Kellogg championed while alive. Kellogg would naturally approve of the foundation’s modern-day funding of hospitals, community centers, and children’s welfare organizations. But he never used his foundation to promote his politics which were apparently right of center for his times.

Falling under that ambiguous description of “trendy” left-wing causes and organizations is a list that conservative consumers want no part in supporting, including ties to the Clintons and anti-American billionaire George Soros. Recently, the foundation sent nearly $1 million to Black Lives Matter.

Breitbart explains:

“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.'”

“The Center for American Progress (CAP) — the left-wing think tank started by Clinton loyalists John Podesta and Harold Ickes — has taken in more than $5 million from Kellogg since 2013,” Capital Research reported.

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).