Kellogg’s recently announced that it would be selling six of its most popular cereals in one box for a promotion called “All Together” while making a $50,000 donation to support anti-bullying and advocacy causes on behalf of GLAAD Spirit Day.
So if you’re the sort of person who loves Frosted Flakes and Frosted Mini Wheats (what is wrong with you), then you’re in luck!
We all belong together. So for the first time in history, our famous mascots and cereals are offered exclusively together in the same box for All Together Cereal. It’s a symbol of acceptance no matter how you look, where you’re from or who you love.
Sure. I mean, they’re just selling you six boxes of cereal, at least two of which no real human should ever want, but if it’s for a good cause, I’ll suck it up and have some Raisin Bran. If you’re cynical, you just shrug this off as a corporate attempt to sell you something in the name of a good cause. But it’s also a good sign when large companies throw their support behind groups like GLAAD.
No wonder conservative Christians are furious.
Kellogg’s has supported the homosexual community for a long time, and now it is obvious they are going after our children… Kellogg’s goal is to normalize the LGBTQ lifestyle by using cereal mascots to brainwash children. The company is also donating $50,000 to GLAAD to support its anti-bullying and LGBTQ advocacy work.
These people seriously think Tony the Tiger will make you gay. (Snap, Crackle, and Pop AND Toucan Sam? That’s bestiality AND incest!)
Creationist Ken Ham also chimed in since he wasn’t busy updating his exhibits.
We are not "All together," as the LGBTQ lifestyle/worldview is anti-God, anti-biblical & anti-science and consists of only a small minority in the culture. But many will "All Together" not support such in your face anti-Christian marketing! https://t.co/Gb9B0MldV2
— Ken Ham (@aigkenham) October 25, 2019
We are not “All together,” as the LGBTQ lifestyle/worldview is anti-God, anti-biblical & anti-science and consists of only a small minority in the culture. But many will “All Together” not support such in your face anti-Christian marketing!
Imagine seeing a cereal box and thinking it’s a form of Christian Persecution. Imagine how flimsy your worldview must be when a smiling sun threatens everything you stand for. Imagine being a Creationist and calling other people “anti-science.” No wonder Ham looks so angry all the time…
Anyway, buy the cereal or don’t. But revel in the fact that some Christians are whining because a cereal company said people should be kind to one another.
They could easily be mad about the amount of sugar in this stuff, but they’ve chosen to attack the message of acceptance and inclusion instead.