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Saturday, December 03, 2016

Don't support the corporate cucks

Their values are not our values:
The Kellogg Co. said in a statement that it regularly works with media buying partners to “ensure our ads do not appear on sites that aren’t aligned with our values as set forth in our advertising guidelines.”

Kellogg’s guidelines state that it won’t place ads in media that “encourages offensive behavior to others, or where the media is not consistent with our product or corporate image.”

The cereal company said that it advertises on a large number of websites, “so occasionally something is inadvertently missed. In this case, we learned from consumers that ads were placed on Breitbart.com and decided to discontinue advertising there.”

It is common for companies to buy online ads through third-party networks or ad exchanges that place the ads on numerous sites. As a result, many companies may not be aware of which sites on which their ads ultimately appear.

Other companies that have pulled their ads from Breitbart in recent weeks include the insurance giant Allstate and the ad exchange AppNexus.
I don't know about you, but I think I can give up Rice Krispies for America. But it's good to know that we can refuse to do business with those who don't share our values.

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126 Comments:

Blogger haus frau December 03, 2016 11:15 AM  

Because this sort of left wing virtue signaling worked out so well for Target. Avoiding Kellogs should be a simple decision. I looked over their brands. All the crap they sell will give you diabetes if consumed regularly.

Blogger Stilicho December 03, 2016 11:16 AM  

I had already written off corn flakes and pop tarts. I didn't know about Allstate, but I just happen to have multiple policies with them that I will cancel and replace. And I will make sure the agent knows why.

Blogger JaimeInTexas December 03, 2016 11:17 AM  

Unrelated.

SOCOM wants to shadow Mike Dice.
https://youtu.be/f1rPkeHodAc

Anonymous johnc December 03, 2016 11:19 AM  

So many of these companies are eager to advertise on all the smut platforms like cable television, etc. Apparently that fits in well with their "corporate values".

F 'em.

OpenID basementhomebrewer December 03, 2016 11:20 AM  

Trump has caused them to take the masks off. Over the past 20 years when a corporation folded to a GLBT group or banned legal carry in their establishment the excuse was always "It's just good business we don't want to offend potential customers". The Cucks went right along with it saying "a good business caters to all possible customers and stays out of politics". Now the truth has come out. The corporations are really taking political sides and have been all along. My response is "burn them all down".

Blogger Salt December 03, 2016 11:26 AM  

Stilicho wrote:I didn't know about Allstate, but I just happen to have multiple policies with them that I will cancel and replace. And I will make sure the agent knows why.

Same here.

Anonymous Raymondson December 03, 2016 11:30 AM  

I'm more of a Mini Wheats man but my store sells it's own brand of the cereal so I'll buy that instead. A company has a right to advertise wherever it wants but that whole snotty elitist attitude is disgusting. I signed the pledge at Breitbart not to buy any Kellogg's. No sane person would eat Pop Tarts or Eggos !

Blogger Wanda Sherratt December 03, 2016 11:32 AM  

Yep, no more Rice Krispies or Special K in our house. It's not a big sacrifice, since we tend to prefer Post cereals anyway. Too bad there's be no more Rice Krispie Squares anymore, but there are lots of cookie recipes in the world, and we can do without them.

Anonymous Longtime Lurker December 03, 2016 11:41 AM  

Look out Pepe. Tony the "culture jammed" Tiger is coming soon to a meme near you.

Blogger SteelPalm December 03, 2016 11:42 AM  

Really love the way Breitbart reacted here. That type of spirited, combative mindset is partly why they have supplanted more traditional outlets like National Review, and made them irrelevant.

And yeah, companies and entertainers need to realize that in modern times, with the aid of the Internet and 18 different brands of deodorant, boycotts are easier than ever.

Anonymous KPP December 03, 2016 11:43 AM  

Once I realized that this is a war, my consumer choices were considerably narrowed. Target was the first - I told my wife they weren't getting our money any more and we haven't spent another dime with them. Kelloggs can join that list. It's a small thing, but why would I give money to an enemy? Even if I can't be completely pure in this area, I want them to be afraid to step over the line.

They don't have to agree with us but they better not be actively working against us.

Blogger SteveK December 03, 2016 11:46 AM  

I've successfully managed to avoid supporting Burger King, Carl's Jr, Hollywood movies, more recently Target and now I will add Kellogg to the list. I used to support them all with my business so the impact is real.

Blogger Guitar Man December 03, 2016 11:46 AM  

Let the SJWs live on carbs alone, and continue to be the fat people that most of them are.

Blogger Leo Littlebook in Shenzhen December 03, 2016 11:48 AM  

The more one voluntarily self-segregates into a community, the stronger that community becomes, and the higher the likelihood of it becoming a polity.

Sounds like church.

OpenID basementhomebrewer December 03, 2016 11:48 AM  

The only one that is hard to fully boycott so far has been Pepsi. They own a ton of brands and it's also hard to know if a restaurant you are going to carries them or coke.

Blogger William Hudson December 03, 2016 11:50 AM  

@8 Dear Wanda,you KNOW you can buy crisped rice cereals in store brands, and they're probably as good as, if not BETTER than, Mr. K's Pap, Snackle & Crop, don't you?

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother December 03, 2016 11:51 AM  

Everything that is death to you nutritionally hates you too. Meat and vegetables. Death to carbs!

Look up how fucked in the head Kellogg was. That enough should be enough to make you swear off of Kellogg cereals.

Blogger Cecil Henry December 03, 2016 11:53 AM  

Campbell's Soup too:

Get your homosexuality, gay adoption, miscegenation, and White Genocide all in a bowl of over-priced soup.

No more. No way.

Anonymous coyote December 03, 2016 11:53 AM  

ultimately, it will all come down to the shekels. our lives will never be our own unless we live as ascetic monks and the pharisees are driven from our temples. no usury, no debt slavery.

Blogger Happy Housewife December 03, 2016 11:58 AM  

It is astonishingly stupid they they would go out of their way to insult the demographic that is most likely their biggest consumer base. But, it is thoughtful of them to reveal themselves as an enemy.

Blogger Keef December 03, 2016 12:06 PM  

Fuck Kellogg and for a matter of fact, fuck all cereal companies. They sell food that's 1 level above poison.

Blogger Keef December 03, 2016 12:06 PM  

^this! So much this

Blogger YIH December 03, 2016 12:08 PM  

I don't know about you, but I think I can give up Rice Krispies for America. But it's good to know that we can refuse to do business with those who don't share our values.
I don't like Rice Krispies...

Anonymous kfg December 03, 2016 12:09 PM  

"I think I can give up Rice Krispies for America."

On the whole you'd be better off eating the box.

On the whole, the high fiber products are the box, literally made from the same stuff the box is, grain husks.

Remember that this stuff was "revealed" to Sister White and developed by John Harvey for the express purpose of making men skinny, weak and with zero libido.

It doesn't work half as well as they intended, but half working is enough for men to avoid it.

Anonymous Sheiko29 December 03, 2016 12:09 PM  

I can't imagine cereal companies are doing terribly well. Refined carbs for breakfast? Macronutrient blasphemy

Anonymous Bz December 03, 2016 12:15 PM  

Somewhere near topic: That Stross fellow seems quite upset about Trump's win. An initial patina of hard-headed political seriousness quickly disappears, replaced by plentiful slander/libel, dirty words, blubbering screams of fascism, overwrought neuroticism, industrial strength handwringing, etc. Oh dear. It's quite a mess. (Stross finally orders his commenters to stop denouncing communism at the same time as fascism. It's not easy being a Scottish Green Party adherent, totally not communism by the way.)

Read for the smirking, I have a feeling neither your comments nor yourselves will not be acceptable.

http://www.antipope.org/charlie/blog-static/2016/11/the-day-after.html

http://www.antipope.org/charlie/blog-static/2016/11/playtime-is-over.html

http://www.antipope.org/charlie/blog-static/2016/11/a-reminder.html

Anonymous kfg December 03, 2016 12:15 PM  

"Refined carbs for breakfast? Macronutrient blasphemy"

And it was originally intended to be eaten dry, but The People at least intuitively understood that all the nutrition was actually in the milk.

Anonymous Gen. Kong December 03, 2016 12:17 PM  

The question which needs to be asked is: "What can be done to destroy Kellogg's stock value and bring the company to ruin?" They've identified themselves as the enemy and therefore should be targeted for destruction. Any means is fully justified. We're in a war, not a game of badminton.

Blogger Lovekraft December 03, 2016 12:18 PM  

What is more offensive is removed and insulated corporatists are hypocritically condemning others for pointing out that the many rapes and murders by jihadists in western countries are not being properly addressed.

Anonymous kfg December 03, 2016 12:21 PM  

"What can be done to destroy Kellogg's stock value and bring the company to ruin?"

Distribute copies of The Nuts Among the Berries,by Ronald M. Deutsch. An excellent popular history of where this stuff came from, and why.

Unfortunately the copyright police have closed up my online sources at the moment and I don't have time right now to track one down, but it's worth the effort.

Blogger bearspaw December 03, 2016 12:24 PM  

@16
Surely you mean Pap, Snackle & Crap?

Anonymous kfg December 03, 2016 12:27 PM  

Burning all the dietitians at the stake wouldn't be a bad idea either. Half of what they "know" is simply regurgitated cult crap from Graham, White and Kellogg. Half religious nuttery, half scientistry to market it.

Blogger Franz Lyonheart December 03, 2016 12:28 PM  

and it's also hard to know if a restaurant you are going to carries them or coke.

Dafuq? Just drink beer. Be a man!

Anonymous Dave December 03, 2016 12:29 PM  

basementhomebrewer wrote:The only one that is hard to fully boycott so far has been Pepsi. They own a ton of brands and it's also hard to know if a restaurant you are going to carries them or coke.

No soda pop drink water.

Also turns out Kelloggs supports BLM & Soros

Blogger dc.sunsets December 03, 2016 12:30 PM  

While buying "house brand" alternatives to boycott the brand sounds good, there's a decent chance the generic is still produced on the same manufacturing line.

This is not that uncommon in pharmaceuticals, so it would not surprise me to find it in cereals.

The tendrils of the multinational corporate hydras are long and often well hidden.

Anonymous Stickwick December 03, 2016 12:31 PM  

Two things to consider:

Kellogg was an anti-sex freak who created plain, high-carb junk like Corn Flakes to repress sexuality.

Kellogg's has donated nearly a million dollars to BLM.

Blogger ace December 03, 2016 12:32 PM  

Remember to email Kelloggs and tell them about how you aren't going to purchase their products anymore thanks to their decision to take sides in the culture war.

Anonymous Tor December 03, 2016 12:33 PM  

"I don't know about you, but I think I can give up Rice Krispies for America."

Rice Krispies shudders. Plus, more for me!

Blogger dc.sunsets December 03, 2016 12:33 PM  

Given the level of social conflict already baked into the future, eventually we'll see different groups with their own segregated grocery stores, shoe stores, etc. or else things will return to such homogeneity that alternatives won't be necessary.

Blogger dc.sunsets December 03, 2016 12:39 PM  

Finding a multinational corporation that doesn't support activities inimical to our values is extremely difficult. Johnson & Johnson, for instance, is a major supporter of every leftist organization you can name. I'll bet every major drug company is, too.

To boycott it all likely requires living off grid in the Amazon rain forest. It's that pervasive.

Anonymous Tor December 03, 2016 12:40 PM  

And just for me Kelloggs announces two new cereals: Frosted Snowflakes and Triggly Puffs!

Blogger Artisanal Toad December 03, 2016 12:41 PM  

This can be personalized for a message to Kellogg:

http://www.daybydaycartoon.com/comic/flakes/

Anonymous Fran December 03, 2016 12:42 PM  

Meh...when I think of Kelloggs, I think of soggy corn flakes.
Now I just hope General Mills keeps it's nose out of politics or supports the Pres Elect cause I don't want to think about giving up my cocoa puffs.

Anonymous Dave December 03, 2016 12:44 PM  

To boycott it all likely requires living off grid in the Amazon rain forest. It's that pervasive.

True that and Trump will never get to 270

Anonymous David of One December 03, 2016 12:44 PM  

So how about the converged business of entertainment?

"Trek Against Trump", Avengers Against Trump ... J.J. Abrams, Chris Pine, Morton Downy Jr. ...

Will there be the contortion-ism of "separating the man from their art"?

The hyper-politicization within the industry or a particular "franchise" no doubt captures those actors/entertainers that want to stay employed and plying their art.

Is there any acceptable level of patronage wherein we aren't fully supporting that which aims to control speech, association, liberty, freedom and private property ...congruent with leftist/marxist ideology and their continuing propaganda and laced narratives?

More than anyone else on this planet, individually, that VD highlighted and organized the fight against the kidnapping of SF/F to adhere to edicts proscribed by SJWs/Leftists/Marxists.

Now it is the same ideology controlling "the arts" that now extends to controlling politics and nations.

Our money (hours of our life) needs to be spent more wisely.

Blogger Franz Lyonheart December 03, 2016 12:48 PM  

Kellogg was an anti-sex freak who created plain, high-carb junk like Corn Flakes to repress sexuality.

So he "never consummated his marriage and keeping a separate bedroom from his wife," whilst he also recommended blowing yoghurt up one's anus.

Sounds totally legit and not gay at all.

Anonymous kfg December 03, 2016 12:53 PM  

"Frosted Snowflakes and Triggly Puffs!"

Thread winner.

Blogger Cataline Sergius December 03, 2016 12:54 PM  

This was profoundly stupid of Kellogg's.

Breakfast Cereal is bought by parents WITH CHILDREN, something the left has been notoriously failing to produce for sometime.

Blogger Artisanal Toad December 03, 2016 12:54 PM  

@40

There is a solution for companies like J&J. Identify the cash cows and growth brands and boycott them, in conjunction with providing information to the alternative products. No need to worry about the brands that are in decline or have a mature but low market share. The only segments that count are the cash cows and the brands that are positioned for market share growth.

Both of them can be identified and specifically targeted to great effect, especially with memes.

Reminds me of my favorite meme, which targeted Enfamil baby formula. Any photo of breasts or breastfeeding, captioned "Top Three Reasons Breastfeeding Is Better Than Enfamil"
1. The formula of breastmilk is always perfect.
2. The temperature is always correct.
3. The container is always cuter.

Blogger Ostar December 03, 2016 12:59 PM  

Yes, I have three kids and Kellogg's is never getting another of my dollars. Stupid.

Anonymous Dave December 03, 2016 1:04 PM  

Need alternatives? 30 seconds of searching found this list of over 50 cereal companies http://www.mrbreakfast.com/cereal_list_by_company.asp

Here's 70+ options in the Independent/Undefined categories: http://www.mrbreakfast.com/cereal_list_by_company.asp?id=52&mode=2

Anonymous Philalethes December 03, 2016 1:07 PM  

I was actually a bit surprised to realize that people still eat that garbage. Well, true, I ate Corn Flakes and Rice Krispies and even Sugar-Frosted Flakes as a child, 60 years ago… (My mother was very nutritionally conscious for the times, but we did have sugar on the table, unfortunately; I didn't get free of the addiction to sweets until I had to in my 50s.)

All the crap they sell will give you diabetes if consumed regularly. Well put.

They sell food that's 1 level above poison. Or, "food". FIFY.

Indeed, Kellogg is in the forefront of the campaign to stuff us all with GMOs. (Fortunately, despite numerous major flaws in the government standards for "Organic" – I've always felt it was a major mistake to ask the government to guarantee the quality of our food – at least they do prohibit GMOs.) Turns out Kellogg is also good buddies with everybody's friend George Soros. They seem to be making sure to check all the boxes.

Everything that is death to you nutritionally hates you too.

I'm increasingly convinced that the fact that the same giant corporations own both the producers of most of the "food" Americans eat and the giant pharmaceutical companies is no accident. The "food", consumed regularly over decades, makes every body chronically ill, so they go to their doctors, all trained in the Big Pharma-funded medical schools to prescribe drugs as the first and only response to poor health, and thus it seems the entire aging population (and increasingly younger) are literally addicted to daily handfuls of toxic drugs – which may alleviate some of their symptoms but also make them even sicker, leading to prescription of more drugs.

I've recently been forced to turn to conventional medicine for the first time in my life, including a few pharmaceuticals and several hospital sojourns for out-patient surgery, and realized with some astonishment that most "normal" people regard these things as ordinary, inevitable, permanent parts of life – rather than last resorts to be avoided if at all possible. Sad. I get all these offers in the mail of special supplemental programs for Medicare Part D (which pays for drugs) – all based on the assumption that I will never stop taking them.

Look up how fucked in the head Kellogg was.

Yeah, of course ol' John Harvey was one of the major proponents who foisted the abomination of circumcision on the American male – the literal amputation of ones man-hood, and part, I'm certain, of the deliberate emasculation of Anglo civilization.

Anonymous kfg December 03, 2016 1:08 PM  

"Need alternatives? 30 seconds of searching found . . ."

. . . meat and eggs.

Blogger Pseudotsuga December 03, 2016 1:09 PM  

I wait with bated breath for Kellogg Co. to actually remove their ads from media which "encourages offensive behavior to others, or where the media is not consistent with our product or corporate image." That surely means they will no longer spend dollars advertising in left-wing media outlets like ABC, NBC, the New York Times, etc., which encourage offensive behavior to people who vote a certain way, who hold certain beliefs about unlimited immigration, and so on.
Yeah...I'll be holding my breath a long time on that one.
Well, I guess that Kellog Co., like a certain presidential candidate, decided that they could only do business with the non-deplorable people. Good luck with that...

Anonymous BGKB December 03, 2016 1:10 PM  

with the aid of the Internet and 18 different brands of deodorant, boycotts are easier than ever

It was always the CUCKS saying the right shouldn't boy cot.

It is astonishingly stupid they they would go out of their way to insult the demographic that is most likely their biggest consumer base.

They thought Carlos Slims & 5 jews would keep people from knowing about it.

Scottish Green Party adherent, totally not communism by the way.)Read for the smirking, I have a feeling neither your comments nor yourselves will not be acceptable

Would he be happy to know that he sucks more cocks than I do?

we'll see different groups with their own segregated grocery stores, shoe stores, etc.

Stores that sell liquor and weaves will need very good bars on the windows.

Anonymous CC December 03, 2016 1:19 PM  

Didn't Kellogg used to give enemas? Seems like they're still providing them but on an industrial scale whether we like it or not.

I'd rather not have a bowel of coco pops.

Blogger The Other Robot December 03, 2016 1:21 PM  

What brands does Kellogg control? I wouldn't want to support them by mistake.

Anonymous kfg December 03, 2016 1:22 PM  

feed the corn and the soy to the pigs. That's what they're for.

Then eat the pigs. That's what they're for.

Blogger Duke Norfolk December 03, 2016 1:24 PM  

kfg wrote:. . . meat and eggs.

Bingo. I echo all the comments re: the garbage that Kellogg's and all the other packaged, processed "food" producers conjure up. Stop eating that crap folks!

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents December 03, 2016 1:25 PM  

Isn't Kelloggs one of those companies that has been showing black man / white woman / white child adverts nonstop for the last 8 years? I'm already not buying their stuff anyway.

Blogger bosscauser December 03, 2016 1:26 PM  

Let's go #PresidentTrump and hurry!

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein December 03, 2016 1:32 PM  

Please, please let the manufacturer of Pancake Sausage Dogs lean Alt-Right.

Blogger Joe Katzman December 03, 2016 1:34 PM  

@41. Thread winner.

If only there was a designation that said the product wasn't from someone hostile, and a symbol on the packaging. Then the community supports those who support it, and the discipline of doing so helps remind everyone in the community of the ideas that animate it and their value. Many of the businesses with the symbol would even be run by community members. And use a sci-fi sounding name, for added lulz.

You could call it... rehsok.

Blogger Cataline Sergius December 03, 2016 1:34 PM  

When all is said and done Breakfast is about the least important meal of the day. Treat it accordingly.

Blogger Franz Lyonheart December 03, 2016 1:38 PM  

Ladies and gentlemen,

To boycott it all likely requires living off grid in the Amazon rain forest. It's that pervasive.

Seems I'm not having a good week, at least as far as the US UK news cycle is concerned. I've got several academic STEM degrees, amongst them one each from Iowa State University, and another from Oxford University, Kellogg College (yes it's founded and funded by that very Kellogg company or family or whatever).

Both keep pestering me, as universities are wont to do, with "newsletters" every quarter or so about alumni contributions. Iow, they want my cash.

Gonna pen an email to Iowa State president now.

Anonymous kfg December 03, 2016 1:44 PM  

"Breakfast is about the least important meal of the day."

If you only eat one meal a day, every meal is breakfast.

I'm not recommending that (although it seems to work just dandy for some folk), what I'm recommending is that you not only break free from the factory food, but the factory worker ideas about eating as well, which are fed to you by the factories.

You're an animal, not a robot. You need animal maintenance, not robot maintenance.

Blogger Meredith Dixon December 03, 2016 1:45 PM  

@57, if you search Infogalactic for Kellogg's, it has a list of brands. Pop-Tarts and Pringles and Famous Amos and Zesta are some of the ones you might not have thought of.

Anonymous Philalethes December 03, 2016 1:51 PM  

To boycott it all likely requires living off grid in the Amazon rain forest.

Well, maybe. But you can start where you are, and do what you can do, as you learn. There's always more to learn. And remember that "eternal vigilance" is not just about politics. The "perfect" is the enemy of the good.

For instance, I buy whole grain oats in 25 lb bags from the local natural grocery, and run them through a flaking mill (made in Italy, as it happens). All the nutrition, fresh, with none of the corporate poison. Meat, vegetables and eggs from local producers at the Farmers Market. Or from the local natural groceries, now I've been ill for a while and going out in the cold morning is a hardship. Of the several, I go first to the one that has a strict policy of all organic produce (and is also generally the cheapest, for a bonus) – last to Whole Foods for the few things I can't get elsewhere. (However they began, WF is now just another corporation, with corporate values.)

Otoh, I use FRNs because there's no practical alternative. It's a defiled world, to live in it I can't stay entirely clean. But I do my best. And so can you.

Blogger Mr. Naron December 03, 2016 1:55 PM  

If "duck" has a sexual connotation, it doesn't apply to Kellogg's. They were anti-sex weirdos who wanted to sap our vitality with their animal fodder.

Blogger Mr. Naron December 03, 2016 1:56 PM  

SMH. "Cuck" not duck.

Anonymous Brick Hardslab December 03, 2016 2:02 PM  

Cataline Sergius wrote:When all is said and done Breakfast is about the least important meal of the day. Treat it accordingly.

There is nothing unimportant about spam, bacon, sausage and eggs.

Blogger Boxty December 03, 2016 2:06 PM  

basementhomebrewer wrote:
The only one that is hard to fully boycott so far has been Pepsi. They own a ton of brands and it's also hard to know if a restaurant you are going to carries them or coke.

Dr. Pepper, Sprite, and 7-Up aren't owned by Pepsi. You can get it at most restaurants that also serve Pepsi or Coke.

Anonymous kfg December 03, 2016 2:12 PM  

I buy most of my eggs from a corporate chain store, but it's a local, family corporate chain store and they buy all of their eggs from a single, 100 year old farm owned and mostly operated by the founding family.

I can go meet the CEO, the farmer and the chickens.

When I can get a just a mile out of town I can get direct, free range.

I get my sausages from a family owned, 4th generation shop that makes them on premises. For about the same price as Walmart crap. They will process my own kills for me.

I get bulk meats from another multi-generation, proper butcher shop, cheaper than Walmart.

I don't live in a big city, but it is at least an actual city. Your mileage may vary. If you live in LA . . .

. . . WTF is wrong with you?

Blogger GracieLou December 03, 2016 2:19 PM  

We can refuse to do business with those who don't share our values!!? Have the Christian bakers heard!? What about Chip and Joanna!?

Once upon a time, businesses were run by businessmen who spent their whole lives in practical pursuits. Then a wicked spell was cast upon the land causing delusions of grandeur and the abandonment of practical knowledge and apprenticeship. "College" was the spell and communist warlocks and witches cast it.

Miniluv, Miniplenty, Minipax, and Minitrue is bad for business.



Blogger Kyle Searle December 03, 2016 2:26 PM  

You'll be much better off getting a water at the restaurant than a soda. Sugar water is completely empty calories. We have, in the modern American diet, a surplus of macro-nutrients and a bereft of micro-nutrients. There's a number of things going into the fattening of America but people having to eat an excess of carbs and fat to get their micro-nutrient needs is one of them.

And yeah, you don't need to eat breakfast if you work in an office. Fasting every week used to be a cornerstone of a lot of Christian sects, and it has a lot of health benefits. Do some pushups instead of eating that sugar water with a side of refined wheat.

Blogger bkm ( wut is the great flaw in the Alt-R? too many chiefs, insufficient Injuns. good thing Vox Day is the Little Injun That Could pull that fine train. { Vox Gayness intensifies } ) December 03, 2016 2:27 PM  

VD
but I think I can give up Rice Krispies for America.


Rice Krispies, sure, that's easy. but Rice Krispy TREATS?

oh man, what a conundrum.

the more serious problem is, how do you function in a modern world in which practically every MegaCorp is pro-Homo, Anti-White and Anti-Christian?

i'm certainly done with PepsiCo. but then, i never like Pepsi anyways.

Blogger bkm ( wut is the great flaw in the Alt-R? too many chiefs, insufficient Injuns. good thing Vox Day is the Little Injun That Could pull that fine train. { Vox Gayness intensifies } ) December 03, 2016 2:35 PM  

15. basementhomebrewer December 03, 2016 11:48 AM
and it's also hard to know if a restaurant you are going to carries them or coke.



the water isn't safe in your area?

you do realize, getting syrup in your water is NOT actually a dining requirement, yes?

you can also often get tea, although you need to be careful that their brand of tea isn't a Pepsi subsidiary.



72. Boxty December 03, 2016 2:06 PM
Dr. Pepper, Sprite, and 7-Up aren't owned by Pepsi. You can get it at most restaurants that also serve Pepsi or Coke.




Sprite is owned by Coke and will never be served in a Pepsi only restaurant.


Dr Pepper / 7-Up are independent within the US.

Anonymous johnc December 03, 2016 2:50 PM  

I see all the carb crazies are out in full force.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan December 03, 2016 3:06 PM  

#78 I will let you know, I fucking love carbs.

Still I am on a high fat moderate protein somewhat low carb diet and my numbers are great.

Blogger Noah B The MacroAggressor December 03, 2016 3:07 PM  

Boycotts like this one should be easy. Kellogg's products are crap that no self-respecting individual should be eating anyway. I'm not a proponent of near-totally eliminating carbs, but SLOW BURNING carbs are the way to go - old-fashioned oatmeal, whole wheat, barley, quinoa, etc. After just a short while you'll find that you won't miss the processed carbs at all, and you'll save a lot of money.

Blogger Aeoli Pera December 03, 2016 3:23 PM  

We're going to need a list of lists to keep track of all this culture war nonsense...

Anonymous Dave December 03, 2016 3:27 PM  

When you pay $4.00 for a box of Kellogg cereal instead of $2.00 for the generic equivalent, the difference is spent on advertising. It's really not that hard to make wheat flakes or puffed oat rings, and the relevant patents all expired a lifetime ago.

Blogger William Hudson December 03, 2016 3:30 PM  

OT or not? While we're talking about brands 'n' stuff, what teh unholy HELL is with almost ALL brands having to put those godforsaken Kosher symbols on their despicable products? I mean, c'mon! How many jooz do we gots here in 'Murica, and of those, how many actually give a fig about keeping kosher? As rackets go, this one is H-U-U-U-G-E!

While proud Private Hudson, late of the Colonial Marines, understands that quite some few of you may already know about this, there is always an outside chance that someone here just may learn something new to themselves about the abovementioned.

Anonymous Brick Hardslab December 03, 2016 3:30 PM  

I get all my breakfast stuff from our farm. Except the spam. You can't get that processed goodness anywhere else.

Blogger William Hudson December 03, 2016 3:33 PM  

Colonial Marines RUN on Spam, trooper! That, and dead aliens . . .

Blogger Noah B The MacroAggressor December 03, 2016 3:44 PM  

@82 All of that grinding and pre-cooking of the grains means your body digests those carbs very, very quickly. That leads to spikes in blood sugar, leading to spikes in insulin, which makes you feel hungrier and more run down than you would feel if you ate protein or slow-burning carbs. This is also true of fruit juices and smoothies. Not advocating totally eliminating fruit juice either, but a tiny glass of it (maybe 6 oz) is plenty.

Blogger tz December 03, 2016 3:46 PM  

Even before I went full low-carb, Kellogg's processed nutrient-absent, HFCS and other sugar laden crap had no place in my diet.

Quit Kelloggs - the only thing you have to lose is about 50 pounds and your pre type 2 diabetes.

Seriously, Giving up Kelloggs is not unlike giving up cigarettes and chewing tobacco.

Breitbart should refuse to carry ads for such poison. Shame on Breitbart for ever hosting such ads.

OpenID aew51183 December 03, 2016 3:47 PM  

#DumpKellogs trended worldwide the whole day when Breitbart dropped this news, since then the stock has been on a steady downward "macy's trend"
About 4% over as many days.

Blogger tz December 03, 2016 4:15 PM  

Condoleeza Rice Krispies?
Edgar Rice Krispy Burroughs?

I hope Target is bankrupted this season. They are running fancy commercials.

I left a comment on how they should have a gay BDSM scene with someone urinating into (frosted or) cornflakes and force-feeding them into a "bottom" as a new ad for Kelloggs. Or do Toni the Trans-gendered Tiger.

Anonymous AmericanGraffiti December 03, 2016 4:38 PM  

Look at what the fedguv did to Toyota with the brakes or to Chipotle. Or did you think the string of high-profile e-coli cases were totes legit? Chipotle didn't toe the line with big ag's agenda and got dinged for it, simple as that.

President Trump needs to bring the full power of the fedguv to investigate Kellogg. I'm sure Bannon will do just that.

Anonymous Bz December 03, 2016 4:45 PM  

Somewhat O/T: Mozilla recommends that you stop using the Firefox browser.

Permit me to quote like an SJW:
"If you use Firefox, we recommend you ... switch browsers to Chrome, Safari or a non-firefox based browser ..."

http://qntra.net/2016/12/emergency-mozilla-bulletin-stop-using-firefox/

and subsequent link

Blogger Dave December 03, 2016 5:10 PM  

@Bz might be a good recommendation but it isn't from Mozilla

Anonymous Marvin Boggs December 03, 2016 5:29 PM  

@76: I've wondered about that myself. For me, it comes down to needs vs wants. If I truly need something, and the only sources are vile, I hold my nose and meet my need. If it's something I want, and the only sources are vile, then my money stays in my pocket. But I'm always looking for suppliers whose values match my own. There are lots of them out there, but they tend to be small and local, so finding them can be hard.

I do like farmers' markets, but they only run a few months of the year here (Great White North - oh, is that raciss [sic]?).

Anonymous Marvin Boggs December 03, 2016 5:33 PM  

@83: personally, I've got no problem with Kosher food. I am having a problem finding Kosher pork.

Not real interested in that Halal stuff, however.

Anonymous kfg December 03, 2016 5:55 PM  

"It's really not that hard to make wheat flakes or puffed oat rings, and the relevant patents all expired a lifetime ago."

Even so, there aren't hundreds of mom and pop cornflakes factories scattered all over the country. There are a few, owned by a couple of companies. Because of the equipment and regulatory costs, and the savings of buying grain in truly mass quantities, small outfits can't compete with the big boys.

The stuff in the generic box is likely exactly the same as the stuff in the branded box, poured into them down the same chute.

And the difference in cost isn't really the cost of the advertising. The advertising is done to make you think the cost difference is a value difference. The extra profit far exceeding the cost of the advertising.

Blogger William Hudson December 03, 2016 6:13 PM  

I think you are missing the point. In the same way, later, that Jesse Jackson & Rev. Al Sharpton threatened (blackmailed?) companies into hiring American Africans, the Kosher Gang has cost consumers far more over time because almost every processed, boxed, or canned food product has to have their little Circle U or Circle K, etc. on the label, and the cost of compliance with these organizations is built into every food product that carries them.

Non-Jewish consumers should not have to subsidize this extremely small portion of Americans(?). Not caring a whit about Halal goes without saying hereabouts.

Anonymous logprof December 03, 2016 6:30 PM  

Too bad, Raisin Bran Crunch was a favirite of mine. Well, Albertson's has a decent knock-off that's not as good, but not bad (and not much cheaper).

Blogger Snidely Whiplash December 03, 2016 6:31 PM  

kfg wrote:The stuff in the generic box is likely exactly the same as the stuff in the branded box, poured into them down the same chute.


Virtually all the store brand cereal in the US is made by the Malt-O-Meal company

Anonymous Post Alley Crackpot December 03, 2016 6:40 PM  

haus frau @1:

And if the wheat flour they use in cereals is bromated, you can look forward to further endocrine problems as well as the possibility of cancer if you eat that crap.

Apparently American bleached white wheat flour is also good for killing rodents, so you're probably just slowly killing yourself if you eat that crap anyway.

So the Rice Krispies are the least of the potential problems, but it is so very good to know that Kellogg's has chosen to adopt other unconventional means of alerting consumers to the potential hazards in consuming their products.

Also, many thanks to Pepsi for doing the same thing -- perhaps some people will now have sufficient motivation to get their dietary situations in proper order ...

Anonymous kfg December 03, 2016 6:58 PM  

@98:

Bought by Post not quite two years ago.

Anonymous FitzRobert December 03, 2016 7:09 PM  

Damnit. Everybody else's corn flakes are shit. I already had to give up Honey Nut Cheerios due to General Mills pushing coal-burning. Shouldn't be eating that processed crap anyway, so I guess I should be grateful.

Anonymous Durster December 03, 2016 7:20 PM  

WND had an article on this as well. Seems like some of the usual suspects trying the same crap expecting a different outcome.
http://www.wnd.com/2016/12/47-u-s-companies-join-anti-trump-breitbart-blacklist/

Blogger James Dixon December 03, 2016 7:26 PM  

> I didn't know about Allstate, but I just happen to have multiple policies with them that I will cancel and replace. And I will make sure the agent knows why.

I've contacted my agent, and he gave me the corporate website address for contacting Allstate. https://www.allstate.com/contactus/main.aspx

I've contacted them and let them know we aren't happy and that we do have alternatives.

I've also contacted Vanguard. I've gotten conflicting information from them. The person I talked to them and they said that they don't advertise on news sites, but I've seen them on Google news. He gave me the address to write their corporate offices. I'll be doing so. I also have alternatives there.

I've also signed the Kellog's boycott, but that's no big loss as the only thing of theirs I eat are Pringles.

> The question which needs to be asked is: "What can be done to destroy Kellogg's stock value and bring the company to ruin?"

Looks like they're doing a good job of that all by themselves. They're less than $3 from their 52 week low and almost $16 off their 52 week high.

Blogger Cataline Sergius December 03, 2016 7:42 PM  

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Blogger Cataline Sergius December 03, 2016 7:43 PM  

Lady Cataline has with my blessing, cleared the spice cabinet of everything marked Penzy's.

Bill Penzy has made it explicitly clear that he doesn't want Great House Cataline's business and in truth we were good and loyal customers. However we are happy to honor Bill's wishes and take our custom elsewhere.

Anonymous Post Alley Crackpot December 03, 2016 7:51 PM  

Cataline @105: The only "spice merchants" I support are some blokes on the block who provide convenient delivery services of "spice" in small plastic bags by the gram, but for those of us who are also inclined toward purchasing seasonings, where would you now recommend?

Blogger Pseudotsuga December 03, 2016 7:52 PM  

I love me some Weetabix... they're not made or sold by Kellogg's or Post, but a British company (which uses Barbara's Bakery, a US company, to manufacture and sell Weetabix in the USA).

Blogger Cataline Sergius December 03, 2016 9:09 PM  

@106

In answer to your question; thespicehouse.com

This is from the Spice House's twitter feed.

We welcome those of you looking for a new spice company just about the spices with no side helping of politics. Use NOPOLITICS 4 free shipng

It gets better.

The Spice House is owned by Bill Penzey's sister. This promotion is her idea.

I am definitely getting a Dagny and James vibe from these siblings.

Anonymous SciVo de Plorable December 03, 2016 9:36 PM  

Look, I get it. You don't always have time to fry bacon in butter, and then fry scrambled eggs in the grease. (One of my favorite dinners for a couple decades, since I never believed the industry propaganda.) But oatmeal is great with a lot of butter and some raisins.

The less processed, the better for you. (It also takes longer to cook, presumably for the same reason.) I like old-fashioned, although steel-cut would be better; but at least it's better than quick.

Anonymous Bukulu December 03, 2016 10:37 PM  

Re kosher:

https://medium.com/@nntaleb/the-most-intolerant-wins-the-dictatorship-of-the-small-minority-3f1f83ce4e15#.ogt2r49hm

Anonymous Bukulu December 03, 2016 10:46 PM  

Weetabix? Dude, you are one weird customer!

Blogger Jon M December 03, 2016 10:51 PM  

Once you get started thinking about these companies, and stripping them from your bullpen, it's amazing how easy it is to shake their dust from your coat-tail.

Blogger Admiral James December 03, 2016 11:25 PM  

Beer indeed
Just not Atheist/Gay supporting Samuel Adams

OpenID frankluke December 03, 2016 11:30 PM  

About once a month, I make up a batch of breakfast burritos and freeze them. I probably have 4 week; my boys have two or three each a week. Forty will last us a good month or so. The other days, I have a breakfast sandwich or eggs.

Anonymous johnc December 04, 2016 12:01 AM  

Look, I get it. You don't always have time to fry bacon in butter, and then fry scrambled eggs in the grease. (One of my favorite dinners for a couple decades, since I never believed the industry propaganda.)

Probably not the best idea if one has a genetic predisposition to heart disease.

The high-fat craze is just the latest propaganda. The whole health and fitness industries need to be red-pilled with reality and basic facts.

But there's no money in that, so it won't happen.

Anonymous SciVo de Plorable December 04, 2016 12:14 AM  

Johnc, two things:

One, you should just listen to your body and ignore what everyone else says, ideally going with your ancestral diet if you have one (I'm too mixed.) They're always going to be changing their recommendations, because real science is real hard.

Two, when they finally did a study that broke out fresh meat from preserved meat, as I expected, the former had no greater risk of heart disease than those not eating red meat at all.

It was the preservatives what killed bacteria that killed hearts, and maybe saved a lot of lives from the former aspect -- but if you can stop yourself from eating spoiled meat, then nix the preservatives.

Blogger Doom December 04, 2016 3:05 AM  

Why don't they just walk into a biker bar, buy three rounds of drinks, hand out weapons, and start talking about dirty, lousy, horrible bikers?

Me? I don't eat crap like that, haven't for a long time. But the people who do are quite often cucks. But many of them are waking. Every time some group like this brings it up the lowbies wake just a bit more. They are draining the swamp, in part, for us. And arming those they wake with the tools to destroy them. It really is happening at an incredible pace now.

Blogger Duke Norfolk December 04, 2016 9:15 AM  

SciVo de Plorable wrote:The less processed, the better for you. (It also takes longer to cook, presumably for the same reason.) I like old-fashioned, although steel-cut would be better; but at least it's better than quick.

An easy way to get around the time factor is to cook up a big batch ahead of time. I do this with whole groats or steel cut. Put it in the fridge and then it takes a couple of minutes to heat it up when you want it. There is zero affect on the quality when done this way.

I take that approach with a lot of food; brown rice, beans, lentils, meat, etc. Then you have all the elements for a cook soup/stew/whatever and you toss them together with some spices and you've got lunch/dinner in no time at all.

Blogger Admiral James December 04, 2016 12:15 PM  

Beer indeed
Just not Atheist/Gay supporting Samuel Adams

Blogger Prez Davis December 04, 2016 4:48 PM  

Drink water.

Anonymous serious December 04, 2016 5:28 PM  

while I have enough anger, and enough valid reasons to wage war on various forces,... my even more rational side just doesn't see a long run positive outcome for me resulting from war..I would rather devote my energy to more productive activities..I feel somehow God will make my enemies pay eventually

Anonymous serious December 04, 2016 6:51 PM  

and anyway I am called to love my enemies

Blogger James Dixon December 04, 2016 7:46 PM  

> I feel somehow God will make my enemies pay eventually

Oh, that he will. By using us. Just make sure you stay our of our way.

More on Vanguard. CBS talked to a Vanguard spokesman, who confirmed that they are indeed pulling their advertizing from Breitbart.

I'm writing a letter to them informing them of the nature of their mistake. We'll see what they say, if anything.

Blogger Thucydides December 04, 2016 9:03 PM  

@91
Somewhat O/T: Mozilla recommends that you stop using the Firefox browser.

Permit me to quote like an SJW:
"If you use Firefox, we recommend you ... switch browsers to Chrome, Safari or a non-firefox based browser ..."

http://qntra.net/2016/12/emergency-mozilla-bulletin-stop-using-firefox/

and subsequent link

Have some fun and use this to promote Brave......

Blogger James Dixon December 05, 2016 9:45 PM  

I've finished my letter to Vanguard. I've essentially told them to reverse their decision or I'll close my account. We'll see what they say. I expect to either not hear anything back or to be told that their decision is not based on politics and will not be changed. At which point I'll close my account with them.

Anonymous SaltHarvest December 08, 2016 2:53 AM  

A convenient* list if you plan on doing some holiday shopping -

Companies blacklisting Breitbart from their ads:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1i9o8CR_kjJ6mBd44k6CRZEhlXuZqq-XCCOoj-e8RJ7Q/edit#gid=0

*Subject to independent verification if necessary.

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