That made me choke on my breakfast cereal

It turns out that breakfast cereal giant Kelloggs is not just a business that dislikes conservative politics and didn’t want its advertising dollars to be spent on a popular conservative New Media News site. I wondered at the time why they politicised their actions instead of just quietly removing their advertising. Why would they want to damage Breitbart I wondered. Well, it turns out that Kelloggs has a lot more to hide than just the use of palm oil that was produced using child labour.

The institutional left?s funding behemoth W.K. Kellogg Foundation has partnered with and given major donations to George Soros?s Open Society Institute and the Tides Center as part of its massive push to promote a far-left agenda.

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation is the nonprofit arm of?cereal and sweets giant Kellogg?s…

…is the seventh largest?philanthropic foundation in the United States.

…In recent years, however, the focus of the Foundation has drifted away from just helping children toward promoting left-wing political issues.

The W. K Kellogg Foundation even gave one million dollars to?support ?the controversial work of the racist, hate group, Black Lives Matter.

 

…The benevolent-sounding program descriptions go along with the way George Soros, one of the world?s wealthiest men, portrays his ?open societies? vision. An?article on Fox News?described the?model for Soros?s charitable contributions as ?pro-one world government, pro-abortion, pro-government controlled media, pro-drug and even pro-euthanasia and against the very institutions that stand for traditional values such as family and faith.?

The connection between the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Tides appears to go beyond mere funding. In a section of the Tides website called??Expanding Your Reach,? Tides explains to community organizers and would-be grant recipients how they can be part of a ?partnership? with the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and other top institutional left funders to get more of the billions of dollars available for issues ranging from elections to immigration reform and foreign policy…

…Tides is a platform for funding collaboratives that address issues as diverse as global disability rights, election administration reform, and state-based LGBT advocacy. Funders also start innovative programs with Tides that cross multiple issues, such as the integration of reproductive health with AIDS/HIV treatment in Africa. Tides also provides vehicles to support funding advocacy on critical policy issues like immigration reform, health care and U.S. foreign policy.

…It?s unclear how many consumers are aware of Kellogg?s institutional leftist funding through its namesake nonprofit, but it?s safe to say not all agree with the company?s ultra-liberal political views.

-Breitbart

Now that we know these facts Kellogg’s public withdrawal of their advertising from Breitbart can be seen in a very different light. It was a politically motivated action with hostile intent from an organisation donkey deep in left-wing politics that it funds extensively from its non-profit foundation.

Two of the court cases that Whaleoil is currently fighting are politically motivated. One is funded by a conservative multi-millionaire quite openly and the other is possibly funded by a left-wing multi-millionaire covertly. Like with Kelloggs, on the surface, their actions appear to be unrelated to politics but in reality, their actions have at their heart an intention to silence New Media through financial terrorism.

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