Tuesday, February 13, 2024

  • Tuesday, February 13, 2024
  • Elder of Ziyon

Every Jew nowadays has a mental calendar comparing the rabid hate for Israel and "Zionists" in their country to Nazi Germany in the 1930s.  Are we in 1933? 1935? 1938? 

Hamas showed on October 7 that it would build gas chambers and crematoria if it had the ability. And the open support for Hamas' depravity shows that there are a lot of people who would defend a Hamas gas attack as "legitimate resistance."

This TikTok video shows a group of  Irish bigots - including an enthusiastic child - clearing what they call Israeli products from the shelves of a supermarket.

I was curious what Israeli products they were in fact tossing. 

Pampers diapers.

Now, Pampers are not owned by any Israelis. They are owned by US-based Procter and Gamble. 

So what's the connection to Israel? 

From reading the fevered rants of today's antisemites, P&G  buys much of its material for Pampers from Avgol Nonwovens which is based in Israel. However, Avgol is owned by Indorama Ventures, which is based in Thailand. 

This is a pretty indirect reason for boycotting. 
"Germans! Defend yourselves! Don't buy from Jews!"

Nazi Germany boycotted Jewish-owned businesses. As far as I know, it didn't boycott all imports to Germany that had any secondary or tertiary connection to Jewish suppliers. 

Today's Nazis say they have much greater ambitions. Just like the Arab boycotts of Israel from the 1940s through today, the modern Nazis do not only a primary but a secondary and tertiary boycott (blacklisting firms that do business with other companies that do business with Israel,) in addition to boycotting based on mere rumor.  

But looking at the lists of companies that BDSers call to boycott, there are plenty whose connection to Israel is even more tenuous that Pampers. Additionally, they would be literally impossible to boycott unless one lives in a cave. Between Google. Intel, Meta and Microsoft these people couldn't have websites or use computers; their homes are filled with Unilever, P&G and Johnson & Johnson products they call to boycott.

This is all virtue signaling. After all, what did these Irish people do after tossing the products into the cart? Did they burn them in the middle of the store? Did they try to push the carts out without paying? They couldn't do either without being arrested - so they just uploaded the video to tell the world how wonderful and righteous they are. 

After the cameras were turned off, some working class employee was forced to replace the products on the shelves from those carts. 

Which makes these Irish posers pretty lousy socialists as well.

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