Haji Author Gets Mad After Seeing Brown Janitor Character on Corn Pops Cereal Box

Michael Byron
Daily Stormer
October 31, 2017

Well Stormers, today I learned something new: Moslem fantasy authors exist!

I know it’s an inherently ridiculous notion, like an Aborigine neurosurgeon or a Jewish weightlifter, but it’s apparently a thing.

One of these elusive authors is Saladin Ahmed, an “Arab-American” who superimposes traditional European fantasy tropes onto Middle Eastern settings for his stories.

Yeah, this is the mentality we’re dealing with here.

Needless to say, these acts of literal cultural appropriation have earned him considerable critical and commercial success in the Judaized West.

So… do you think that Ahmed has ever shown gratitude to white people for giving him opportunities that would be unthinkable in his native desert land?

Do you think that Ahmed is thankful for living in the white-created nation of America, where his biggest concern is whether the postman delivers his royalty checks on time?

Of course not.

Like all Third Worlders invading First World countries, Ahmed is continually on the offensive against the people to whom he owes almost everything.

His most recent bone of contention is that the American food corporation, Kellog’s, has put a brown janitor character on their Corn Pops cereal box!

The Straits Times:

Saladin Ahmed is a commentator on cultural diversity, whether speaking about mainstream publishing trends or the culinary arts.

Combine that with the fact that he is the father of young children and it is not surprising he was the one to call out United States food company Kellogg’s on its packaging design of a cereal box.

Ahmed, a Hugo Award-nominated novelist, tweeted last Tuesday the Michigan snack maker’s Corn Pops box was laced with racism.

On the back of the box, all the Corn Pops characters were yellow except for one brown figure, who is the floor-sweeping janitor.

Apparently, even in fictional breakfast universes, the visual message seems to be: Diversity is limited and the lone brown character is cast in the blue-collar job.

“Yes, it’s a tiny thing, but when you see your kid staring over this breakfast, (you) realise millions of other kids are doing the same,” tweeted Ahmed, a Michigan native who was raised in a working-class Arab-American community.

Kellogg’s promptly apologised, saying it “did not intend to offend” and declaring its commitment to inclusion. The company also vowed on Twitter to update its Corn Pops box which it promises “will be in stores soon”.

I don’t get what the big deal is here. Isn’t working for a living a positive representation of brown people (as opposed to the more truthful “welfare leech” representation)? I’m pretty sure that that’s how Jew-controlled politicians sold mass non-white immigration to Americans in the first place: that coloreds would do the jobs that we don’t want to do.

You’d think that these people would have a vested interest in keeping that positive stereotype alive.

Anyway, I think it’s fair to say that this Haji is retarded, even by Arabian standards. Even the Jewspapers that reported this story aren’t taking him seriously, and some of them have actually hit back, which would have been unprecedented only a few years ago.

Whites across the globe are getting sick of this nonsense.

Like all colored people in the United States, including those Mongolians LARPing as “Native Americans,” Ahmed should be deported back to his nation of origin and his ill-gotten wealth should be distributed to White Supremacist groups across the country.