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Israel's history trumps European Union labelling laws : Comments

By David Singer, published 26/11/2015

Promoting the EUís political position under the guise of introducing consumer protection labelling laws is reprehensible.

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Thank the European Union for caring for Israel's integrity and morality ahead of 150 others - that's tough love and an impressive show of support for Israel's true best interests, to be out of that cursed land which it entered in 1967.
Posted by Yuyutsu, Thursday, 26 November 2015 10:34:53 AM
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Anti-Semitism and hatred of Israel, and thus, also, the non-Jewish citizens of Israel, cannot be hidden under any guise, as the dropkicks of Europe seem to think. Europe, in its entirety, seems enamoured with National Socialism these days.
Posted by ttbn, Thursday, 26 November 2015 11:54:05 AM
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#Yuyutsu

Still at it I see but thankfully without using Latin to bolster your nonsensical comment.

You have obviously not taken up your own suggestion to to tell OLO readers to stop reading my articles. You really should.

So nice of you to thank the European Union for caring for Israel's integrity and morality whilst doing nothing to care for the integrity and the morality of people in another 150 areas where territorial disputes currently exist around the world.

Such "tough love and an impressive show of support for Israel's true best interests" by introducing discriminatory and racist labelling laws for Jewish products originating from Judea and Samaria is reprehensible.

Amazing too that European Union has time to even dream up and take this outrageous action as its own boundaries are under attack from millions of Moslem immigrants.

Maybe European Union is taking such action against Israel so it can similarly introduce its own discriminatory and racist laws to deal with the massive Islamic immigration problem that threatens to swamp Europe.

Would you applaud any such regulations as being an impressive show of support for the European Unions's best interest or would you label them as discriminatory and racist?
Posted by david singer, Thursday, 26 November 2015 2:30:32 PM
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A ridiculous stance by the EU, who only knows the rationale behind it.

I would think the EU has bigger and more pressing issues to deal with.

It's like the silly "made in Australia" labels, it might be 'made' here, but doesn't necessarily mean it has Australian content, why bother.

Go figure eh!
Posted by Geoff of Perth, Thursday, 26 November 2015 2:42:18 PM
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Don't be shy Yuyutsu.

Buy from http://www.iai.co.il/2013/22031-en/homepage.aspx

or

https://www.elbitsystems.com/elbitmain/

If only we Aussies were so enterprising.
Posted by plantagenet, Thursday, 26 November 2015 2:49:51 PM
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Dear David,

The Europeans need to do just whatever they need to do, no less and no more, in order to protect themselves and their families from a Muslim invasion. If racist discrimination is what it takes, then so be it and if so, then I would label them "discriminatory and racist in a good way". However, I am in no position to call myself an expert who is able to determine what is (and what isn't) needed in their complex situation.

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Dear Plantagenet,

We love Israel and we love its products.

For Israel to thrive and be a light unto the nations for ages to come, it needs to leave those cursed territories that it took in 1967. Till then it may indeed be difficult to forego some of its great products, but that's a sacrifice we should lovingly undertake in order to convince Israel's leaders to return to Israel's good old borders and good old ways.
Posted by Yuyutsu, Thursday, 26 November 2015 5:13:23 PM
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