Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Kraft Kommies in the Kitchen?

I caught this at Bread Upon the Waters about Kraft using the socialist clenched fist clip art in their Miracle Whip ad. Having done that post on Occupy that led to a quick history of the clenched fist logo, that got my gears to turning. Who's running the show at Kraft? Well I did me a map to get a general idea. Same suspects, however, I noted Ann Fudge, who deserves a very special Meet Your Elite spotlight. She's special as she is a head honcho in the Rockefeller Foundation, a head honcho at Young & Rubicon, a big, big ad firm, and a host of other things you'll never be doing. You've got to figure that she being big in advertising and on the board of Kraft might have had something to do with that kind of imagery.

So what have we got here? All our big NGO think tank friends are represented, as is Chicago, all big name candidates, a huge swath of the big food companies, lobbying groups, a vibrant cross-section of the Fortune 100 corporate world, about half of the media companies, two Federal Reserve banks, about half of the megabanks, lots of universities where these people are big wigs, lots of healthcare, too - (for when you have an MSG/fructose overload, or yeah, cancer) Notice lots of positions in government have been held. So yeah, there you have it - is it interlocked tight enough for you?  You could do this for all the corporations 


  1. Is there no prepared food we can buy that isn't tainted by the freaking commie pinko rat bastards? You cannot swing an Obama dead-dinner-dog (Obama eats dogs, you know) without hitting a company that's in bed with the leftists. I'd prefer to spend my money in places that don't see American people as the enemy, but I am beginning to wonder if any such businesses exist anymore.

    1. Best to go to the farmer's market and independent butchers, and food clubs. The FDA/Dept. of Ag are working like mad to shut these places down because they are the competition of these Mega Food Companies, who by the way, think that the nation-state is outdated. They're out to conquer the world markets.

  2. Thanks for the link!

    Kraft and the their friends Frito Lay, McDonalds, Pepsi, Krispy Kreme, Hersheys, Pizza Hut, Nabisco, Pillsbury, General Mills, Morton Salt, Campbells, and Applebees are some of the world's biggest suppliers of junk foods: loaded with salt and sugar, highly processed, and packaged in paper and plastic.

    Lefties don't approve of such foods; they aim to outlaw them. If these companies want to continue existing, it strikes me, what better way than to play patty-cake with the Libs in power?

    Pay to play, after all.

    1. I would contend that these companies are not at all afraid of Libs, they are the Libs. In my Anne-Marie Slaughter piece, I pointed out she sat on the board at McDonalds. They are trying to shut down the small farmer in this country via Monsanto and patent laws. The goal is to have complete control of our food supply.

      To understand progressivism and corporations, I can't recommend highly enough, Confessions of a Monopolist by Frederic C. Howe. This is the game plan they are following - go political and make society work for you with the police power of the State.

      Also recall that junk food is a weapon of destabilization according to Yuri Bezmenov. Most of the Chinese (middle class by the way) were killed via starvation in the Cultural Revolution.

      I'll really have to do a Ann Fudge post to further illustrate how progressives use power centers like megacorps to further the agenda of total collectivization.


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