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Buying Israeli Goods is Funding Apartheid (*NEW*) by Latuff

Latuff | 04.09.2010 07:22 | University Occupations for Gaza | Palestine | Terror War | World

Copyleft artwork by Brazilian cartoonist Latuff, on behalf of brave Palestinian people and their struggle against US backed IsraHell's state terror.

Buying Israeli Goods is Funding Apartheid
Buying Israeli Goods is Funding Apartheid

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Bullshit. Prove it

04.09.2010 21:50

Is any of the money from Israel products spent on killing palestinians?
Of course it fucking isn't


Yes some of the money is spent on killing Palestinians

05.09.2010 09:17

Some of the money spent on Israeli goods ends up in the hands of the Israeli companies that produced them. Some were produced on stolen Palestinian land too, as the Israelis have expanded beyond the 1967 borders with "settlements".

These Israeli companies pay taxes to the Israeli government, which spends a lot of money on the Israeli armed forces, which kill Palestinians regularly.

So, buying Israeli goods funds the killing of Palestinians, just as the cartoon shows.

Foaming at the mouth people should note that I said Israeli goods. I did not say that goods bought from businesses which happen to be run by Jewish people will fund the killing of Palestinians. Not all Jewish people support the Israeli state and the current government which prefers to keep violence going to keep itself in power. Some of the staunchest opponents of the Zionist project are Jewish people. With a business which happens to be run by Jewish people the issue is more complicated than Israeli goods/

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@ knee jerk

05.09.2010 13:41

The cartoon doesn't say anything about killing Palestinians anyway. Although this is certainly
a regular consequence of Israeli military repression in the ongoing occupation.



06.09.2010 11:56

Thank god the mods are here to protect us from the dangers of debate! Phew! Imagine the consequences should anyone have access to a variety of opinions - they might actually join in, or worse, make up their own minds! Hardly the sort of free thinking approach we want on Indymedia I think you'll agree.