In case you are not up to date on your racist consumer products, Kellogg’s cereal is not only a hotbed of social just warriors who love them some George Soros, but they are also apparently a group of despicable racists.
Kellogg’s will be remaking Corn Pops cereal boxes after a complaint about racially insensitive art on the packaging.
The Battle Creek, Mich.-based cereal and snack maker said on Twitter Wednesday it will replace the art, which showed cartoon corn pops populating a retail mall. Some pops were shown shopping as others played in an arcade or frolicked in a fountain, while another skateboarded down an escalator.
What struck Saladin Ahmed was that a single brown pop was working as a janitor waxing the floors. Ahmed, current writer of Marvel Comics’ Black Bolt series and author of 2012 fantasy novel Throne of the Crescent Moon, took to Twitter Tuesday to ask, “Why is literally the only brown corn pop on the whole cereal box the janitor? This is teaching kids racism.”
You sir, are retarded. How exactly is one brown corn pop – who, by the way, is working a meaningful and necessary job – teaching kids racism? This is what leftist parents teach their children. They don’t teach them that in America, you can be whatever you like if you apply yourself. No, they teach them that unless you whine and sue your way through life, you will wind up doing manual labor. As if manual labor is beneath contempt, or something to be avoided.
Naturally, the SJWs at Kellogg’s apologized profusely within seconds of this dolt’s tweet, which does fill me with schadenfreude. Kellogg’s really is an SJW company, so it is nice to see them take what they dish out.
Saladin Ahmed – if that is his real name – is a science fiction writer who also works for the New York Times and NPR. Shocker, huh? He may also be the whitest man in America, and it is rather odd seeing Jerry Garcia’s twin brother hold up the Black Power fist in order to fight back against “the man.”
I’m sure he eats more than his share of Corn Pops when he gets the munchies.