Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Icelanders vote to join boycott on Israeli goods

It's The Only Way To Beat Them Non-Aggressively.
Iceland’s capital has announced that it will boycott all Israeli products until Palestine is freed from occupation. On Sunday, Reykjavik’s municipality voted for the boycott, and promised to continue the embargo “as long as the occupation of Palestinian territories continues.”  The vote is part of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Tel Aviv, which was initiated in 2005 by over 170 Palestinian organizations that were pushing for “various forms of boycott against Israel until it meets its obligations under international law.”

1 comment:

Negentropic said...

Unfortunately, unless the tiny country of Iceland (less than 350,000 citizens, smaller than most major U.S. cities) stops imports from the USA, the buying of any item that has a kosher symbol on it and that's 80% of the items sold in supermarkets in the USA, means paying the kosher tax and therefore supporting Israel. They have the whole thing rigged and you are paying a small percentage directly in their pocket anytime you buy a product plus any time you spend any of the borrowed money in your pocket. So you pay them shekels just to be able to use money and then you pay them shekels again just to be able to buy the products you want, since most of them have been forced to join the kosher scam. Your shekel shackles will only come off when you both refuse to allow "kosher" certification and refuse to pay compound interest on your own country's entire money supply into the IMF and BIS coffers. Now if one country refuses, they still have 154 countries by the balls. They can get the countries they have by the balls to attack the country that refuses, as you saw in Syria and Libya and Iraq and which you will see again into eternity. Many countries have to join together and refuse to co-operate at once, at which point they will start another world war to force the losing side to take their kosher shaft.