Boycott Scottish Whisky

November 24, 2016 23:01

Two and a half years ago, shortly after Operation Cast Lead, the West Dunbartonshire Regional Council, located west of Glasgow, approved a resolution that called to boycott goods produced in Israel. According to the law, the council and all public bodies under its jurisdiction are forbidden to sell goods that originated from Israel note not just goods produced in the settlements.

Following the Turkish Flotilla to Gaza last May, the council expanded the boycott to include a ban on the purchase of English translations of Israeli books and the distribution of these books in public libraries throughout the council's jurisdiction.

West Dunbartonshire was joined by Dundee, which decided to issue a recommendation to boycott all goods produced in Israel again not just the settlements.

Legal advisers instructed Dundee's mayor to refrain from legally enforcing the boycott in order to avoid future lawsuits. Instead, the municipality plans to distribute posters throughout the city, calling on some 150,000 residents to refrain from buying Israeli goods, and will also apply a special mark on Israeli products, in order to make them easily identifiable. (YNET)

So since the anti-Semites who run West Dunbartonshire, and Dundee councils are boycotting Israeli products it is fitting that the Jewish Community should respond in kind and being such large consumers of Scottish whisky why not start with that.

These include:

- Ballentine's
- Auchintoshan
- Chivas
- Glenlivet
- Loch Lomond
- Laphroaig - my personal favourite
- The Singleton
- Bowmore - another favourite

If you find more...please add them in the comments section below. A blogger here in Israel will be posting a comprehensive list in Ben Gurion Airport maybe someone can do likewise in Manchester and all the London Airports. These Scottish anti-Semites need to be hit where it hurts them most - in the pocket!!!

November 24, 2016 23:01

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