It’s refreshing to see a company actually stand firm and not bow to the mob.
In today’s world where everyone and their brother is giving in and “kneeling” to the mob, we must go the extra mile to support those businesses who are standing their ground.
So, that’s why when I saw this story, I knew I had to bring it to you so you can know who to actually BUY and support out there during these difficult times.
So, who is the heroic company?
They’re standing strong and telling the mob that their Rice Crispies characters are not bad for all being “white,” and also that their Coco Pops character is not a racist symbol.
Finally, at long last, after a couple weeks of top corporations bowing to the Black Lives Matter cult and religion, one lone hero of a corporation has chosen to take a stand.
In a stunning rebuke, the multinational food company Kellogg’s is refusing to apologize for having a monkey representing its Coco Pops cereal.
This latest fiasco began Monday when Fiona Onasanya, a former member of the British Parliament, tweeted a complaint insinuating that Kellogg’s decision to have “three white boys” represent Rice Crispies but a monkey represent “Coco Pops” may constitute racism.
@KelloggsUK, as you are yet to reply to my email – Coco Pops and Rice Krispies have the same compòsition (except for the fact CP's are brown and chocolate flavoured)… so I was wondering why Rice Krispies have three white boys representing the brand and Coco Pops have a monkey?
— Fiona Onasanya (@Fiona_Onasanya) June 15, 2020
Luckily for Kellogg’s, this particular complaint was so egregiously unfounded and patently dumb that it attracted far less support than, say, the complaints against Quaker.
For one, Rice Krispies is available in a chocolate variation:
You are such an amazing idiot. pic.twitter.com/VJPWV8trdJ
— Ministry of Truth (@BanTheBBC) June 15, 2020
For another, Coco Poffs is available in a white chocolate variation:
White Coco Pops, still a monkey, oh dear, outrage on hold. pic.twitter.com/XzYpDHbZCu
— Blue Army Faction* (@BlueArmyFaction) June 15, 2020
No need to yell, though, because Kellogg’s has no intention of changing its cereals.
“The monkey mascot that appears on both white and milk chocolate Coco Pops was created in the 1980s to highlight the playful personality of the brand,” the company reportedly said in a statement.
“As part of our ambition to bring fun to the breakfast table, we have a range of characters that we show on our cereal boxes, including tigers, giraffes, crocodiles, elves and a narwhal.”
*round of applause*
It’s a sad day when a cereal company standing up for its monkey mascot is a HUGE WIN for freedom, but sadly, that’s where we are today.
Next time you’re at the store, pick up a box of Kellogg’s cereal and pass the word to all the freedom-loving people that you know so we can make sure to support these warriors.
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