Some of the most familiar businesses in the world have surprising owners
— and some of those owners are rumored to have surprising loyalties.
The CEO of Procter & Gamble donates a portion of the company's profits to the Church of Satan.
Marlboro is owned by the Ku Klux Klan.
The Mormons own the Coca-Cola Company.*
Designer Liz Claiborne announced on a TV talk show that she donates a portion of her company's profits to the church of Satan.*
Colonel Sanders left instructions requiring KFC to donate money to the Ku Klux Klan or feed the homeless for free.
The number 666 appears in all product codes.
Snapple is owned by the KKK.
The company that produces crown-shaped air fresheners is owned by the KKK. Or the presence of those gewgaws signifies the car's owner is a gang member.
Troop clothing is owned by the KKK, and the name stands for "To Rule Over Oppressed People."
In accordance with a requirement of their original Royal Charter, the
Coors financially supports Nazi groups or has ties to the KKK.
Heinz marketed swastika-shaped pasta in Germany before and during
Menthol cigarettes contain fiberglass, cause impotence, and are part of an insidious plot to do away with African-Americans.
Timberland is owned by the Ku Klux Klan, a situation lamented in a poem by Maya Angelou.
Cups and burger wrappings at
Fanta was invented by the Nazis.*
Pact with the Devil to save a cancer-stricken child results in creation of the Hello Kitty brand.