Woke Cereal Brand Brainwashing Kids with Insane New “Prize”

It’s become disturbingly clear that leftists will use whatever means possible to indoctrinate the youth – including… BREAKFAST FOODS!

Placing the “woke” agenda above all else, food manufacturing giant Kellogg has decided to use one of its cereal brands targeting children to hand out a special brainwashing prize.

Specifically in Canada – FOR NOW – Kellogg’s fruit loops boxes now include free access to a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion digital library.

The indoctrination scheme comes as the brand made the decision to partner with the far-left Boys and Girls Club (BGC) of Canada.

“We are proud to announce our new corporate partnership with ‘Kellogg Canada’ and their ‘Kellogg’s Froot Loops cereal brand for 2023,” the Boys & Girls Club BGC Canada website states.

“Together, we are introducing the ‘Kellogg’s® Froot Loops’ ED&I Digital Library – a FREE online library of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion family-centric content including books, podcasts and more for parents and their children to explore together.”

 

Pointing the kids towards this woke campaign, the cereal boxes say “Let’s loop together! Celebrate the diversity that makes our world colorful!”

Now we have to worry about breakfast cereal trying to force our kids to embrace things like “gender equality” as the leftists prove they’re more desperate than ever to spread their dangerous ideologies.

Watch the video here to see more about this left-wing indoctrination push.


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