Skip to comments.Tony the Tiger Says, “Wear Your Stripes With Pride,” Gay Pride That Is (Kellogg’s promoting sodomy)
Posted on 11/08/2014 9:59:34 AM PST by UnwashedPeasant
Kelloggs was a sponsor of the Atlanta Gay Pride March and festival last month. Apparently, Tony the Tiger wants to make sure you and your kids wear your stripes with pride, gay pride that is.
According to the American Family Associations (AFA) Facebook page, [t]hey even put an ad in the Pride Guide.
Also displayed on the ad is Human Rights Campaign (HRC), who considers Kellogg one of the BEST PLACES TO WORK, due to its support "for LGBT Equality."
(Excerpt) Read more at cnsnews.com ...
What makes me mad is the Pride word. Is Pride only for darker races and non-heterosexuals? I’m trying to raise little white kids. Are they supposed to feel Shame because they aren’t like the Pride kids?
He passed away in 2005, long before Tony the Tiger turned gay.
What is that picture from?!
Here is an email I sent to general mills in response:
Your ad, "The Cheerios Effect: Andre, Jonathan & Raphaelle's Story" featuring two homosexual men, that have adopted an adorable little black girl, is most reprehensible. My heart goes out to this precious little girl being raised by sexual perverts rather than an adoptive mother and father. May God provide this innocent little girl a special measure of blessing and protection from the unnatural influences as she is raised to adulthood in this unnatural environment.
Why would General Mills want to associate Cheerios with homosexual behavior with all that it entails including injuries from anal sex, aids, other physical and mental health issues, reduced life span, spiritual issues and other consequences? Why would you want offend the majority for the benefit of the two percent or so of those that are homosexuals? Your fiduciary duty is to act in the best interests of your shareholders, employees and consumers. This ad would seem to be a breach of that duty.
Now when I see Cheerios on the shelf, I will be reminded of this ad. Never again will I purchase any General Mills Product. Further, I plan to distribute this appalling ad as widely as possible.
Already, I am hearing Cheerios being referred to as Hom-Os.
ENOCH!!! not Esau. The descendants of Esau legislate sodomy in the Koran...
As posted earlier, the founder, Will Keith Kellogg was apparently a Seventh Day Adventist.
So maybe the family does not have anything to do with it anymore.
They also sell:
Bear Naked (Granola cereals)
And other items.
I already tend to buy generic, what is on special, maybe Malt-O-Meal, Cream of Wheat.
stick with Cheerios
There will be no more Kellogg products in this house.
Cheerios is in the same boat actually though made by General Mills. However, I’ll say this, it’s been talked about before, sometimes these companies may contribute to help veterans, feed the poor, disaster relief, etc. so it really is a mixed bag.
BTW, the rainbow is God’s sign to the people of the world. Unauthorized use is subject to stiff penalties.
Kellogs has been sodomized ... looks like I won’t buy their stuff any more...
Equal rights for Geographical-Americans!!!!
They eat Feces Jim....
Yeah! Water Critters Unite!
Promoting homosexuality is the same as promoting pedophilia. I’ll make sure my youngest doesn’t eat anything from the Kellogg perverts.
BOYCOTT KELLOGG PRODUCTS. Period.
Unfortunately we are running out of food companies we can use. Very few of them are not in bed with the homosexuals. A lot of typical household products we use are in the same situation. It used to be that we could use a list to stay away from. Now the list needs to be the list we can use because it gets smaller and smaller everyday. So sad.
Neat. There is an Aldi’s not too far from here. Will stop in.’
Please don’t. It is one of the grosses grocery stores on the planet. I went once and bought because some friends talked me into giving it a try. I have four kids so any savings will welcomed. I literally bought a couple hundred dollars worth of food and at the end of two weeks had to apologize to the entire family for feeding them disgusting crap like that. Just keep doing what you are doing because you are doing it right. If you don’t want Kellogg’s anymore, just don’t buy it. But stay far far away from Aldi’s for your own health and the health of your family.
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