Sunday, 2 July 2017

My dear friend and eye on hatred social media sites has just started a blog and congratulations some excellent stuff in there. He's just sent me an update report and one of the hate sites who are yet again posting an article 3 year old about Tesco boycotting Israeli goods. This uneducated idiot , who doesn't have the word 'research' in his vocabulary, posted the article yet again!!! Why, it was denounce by Tesco then and I ran their statement at the time. So desperate to spread his vile hatred towards Israel hes surfing through anything that is anti Israel, no matter how old, so he can copy and pasted it on his disgusting blog.

So let me debunk it one more time:

Read this headline, there are no big words so you just might be able to understand it: 

Tesco has denied that its decision to stop selling products from the West Bank is a response to Israeli action in Gaza..

Understand??? Now I will continue:

UK's largest supermarket chain has withdrawn a brand of dates which are packaged in the territories but grown in Israel.

At the same time Tesco withdrew and brand of Olives grown in Spain.

Beginning to see the light?????

Okay , okay further help might be needed !!!.

So lets show you a statement from one of the big chiefs:

Michael Kissman, Tesco's UK communications director, said the chain's policy on Israeli products had not changed.

He wrote: "We continue to source a range of products from Israel and these products continue to be available in our stores.

All these products are clearly labelled with country of origin in line with EU guidance. The only reason we stopped supply the dates was purely financial."

Asked about products currently on sale in ALL Tesco stories from Israel he said: "Israel supply all our stores with Jaffa oranges, Jaffa lemons, Galia melons, Bet Alpha cucumbers and Anna apples, mango's and avocados to name a few."


Headline Irish Times 2014.

Supervalu says it is NOT involved in boycott of Israeli produce.

A report in the Herald WRONGFULLY claimed a group-wide email was sent to its 232 stores nationwide, stating that products originating from Israel were to be withdrawn and disposed of “at store level”.
Following queries from The Irish Times last night, a statement from Supervalu, which is part of the Musgrave Group, said the chain “is not involved in a boycott of Israeli produce” and has a policy “of not taking a position on international affairs”.
Supervalu has a long and proud history of supporting Irish producers as much as possible,” said the statement. “75 per cent of products in our stores are produced and sourced locally in our communities.

So when you stop feeling like an idiot perhaps you've learnt a lesson 'RESEARCH'

Finally; I'm sick and tired of the hate Israel sites referring to genocide carried out by Israel. Big Question: WHEN DID ISRAEL CARRY OUT GENOCIDE???


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