3 June, 2007

The Hate State Facing a Possible British Boycott

Posted by Socrates in England, Israel, Israel - the facts, jewed Congress, jewed law, Socrates at 5:59 pm | Permanent Link
Boycotting Israel is “reminiscent of totalitarianism”? That’s an interesting comment, since Jews invented and spread the world’s first totalitarian ideology, i.e., communism. In fact, Israel is a police state built on stolen land. It has 20 different laws which favor Jews over non-Jews, yet it calls itself a “democracy” [1]. By the way, it’s illegal for Americans to boycott Israel, thanks to a 1976 law created by the Jewish Senator Abe Ribicoff [2]:

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[1] Israel’s laws: [Here]

[2] the Ribicoff law is known as the Ribicoff Amendment to the 1976 Tax Reform Act


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  7. 8 Responses to “The Hate State Facing a Possible British Boycott”

    1. Lutjens Says:

      lol

      The Rothschilds will squash this one good.

    2. Smith Says:

      What a joke. They can give it but can’t take it! Screw em..

    3. jackumup Says:

      the law against boycotting jewreal is unenforceable. jews can sponsor as many jew bills they want it will only hasten their departure from human history.

    4. zoroastro Says:

      looks like tapirs are fast running out of even their most loyal “friends” (well, of course, there’s always their media fantasy world and the jewnited stated senate/congress but outside of that…). this incessant war mongering against Iran will sure help their noble cause…go tapirs! ;-)

    5. -JC Says:

      When I ordered a radiator and a thermostat for a 15-year-old Honda Accord, about two years ago, the thermostat said it was made in Israel. I told them to issue a UPS call tag if they wanted it but that I didn’t use Israeli products. The company gladly replaced it with one Made in the USA without my having to return the Jew model and said they understood completely. The customer service gal apologized for the inconvenience and said it was not the first time it had happened with her and said that likely meant a lot of people felt the same way.

    6. Aquinas Says:

      Predictably, many of the leading voices in Britain stirring for this boycott are jewish, like Professor Steven Rose. Yet, as if by clockwork, this agitation is being described as ‘traditional British anti-semitism’. Another ghastly jewish production, ITZ.

      I wonder whether the kindest thing is altogether to ignore jews and their boring conceits as one might ignore any other precocious, attention-seeking adolescent.

    7. Anti Says:

      I wonder whether the kindest thing is altogether to ignore jews and their boring conceits as one might ignore any other precocious, attention-seeking adolescent.

      Misplaced condescension comes easy to you, then?

    8. cliff Says:

      I urge all WN folk to email the University and College Union on their website and express support for this action. It is still up in the air as another vote is pending.

      This action will send a very powerful signal to the pigs in holyhoax land.