from RT: Former congressman Ron Paul has lashed out at the resolution the House passed against Russia, branding it “one of the worst pieces of legislation ever.” It could even pave the way for a potential war with Russia, as it was with Iraq, he warns.
Resolution 758 strongly condemns the actions of Russia under Vladimir Putin, for what it describes as a policy of “aggression against neighboring countries,” in a motion that describes Moscow’s political and economic domination in the region.
However, Ron Paul says the bill was nothing but “16 pages of war propaganda that should have made even neocons blush.”
Speaking to RT, Paul added that the resolution was "part of the war propaganda machine."
"It’s this kind of stuff that stirs up trouble. I’d rather dissipate the problems and have our government tone the rhetoric down a little bit. This was terrible; this was just a very provocative resolution," he said.
In response, Breitbart News, one of the world's top news publishers, has launched a #DumpKelloggs petition and called for a boycott of the ubiquitous food manufacturer.
The petition is found at this link.
Interestingly, Natural News readers boycotted Kellogg's over a year ago for the company funneling money into state legislative efforts to defeat GMO labeling. Kellogg's was one of the many food giants that handed money over to the money-laundering GMA (Grocery Manufacturers of American), which knowingly and deliberate violate state laws in Washington to defeat a GMO labeling bill there. The Washington State Attorney General later fined the GMA $18 million for its willful violation of campaign finance laws.
Kellogg's took part in all that, making it an accomplice to criminal money laundering. Apparently, that sort of behavior reflects Kellogg's "company values" most of all. Kellogg's would rather do business with a criminal money laundering GMA than provide advertising support to a liberty-oriented, pro-America news publisher like Breitbart. That tells you a lot about the "values" of the Kellogg's company, doesn't it?
By pulling its ads from Breitbart, Kellogg's is engaging in "an act of discrimination and intense prejudice," says the Breitbart.com petition: