BDS Stigmatises Kosher Food

The conduct of BDS supporters in Birmingham leaves little doubt that racism is firmly embedded in their outlook.

They attacked the Kosher food section in a Tesco supermarket.

Anthony Cooper covers it with typical restraint.

This is not the first (or to be the last time) that BDS has been associated with anti-Jewish racism.

Readers will remember how the London BDS’s Twitter account talked of:

“Please write to Baroness Jenny Tonge to show your support. Israelificated Zionists controlled media trying to blame her.”

So they believe the media is controlled by “Israelificated Zionists” and they attack a Kosher section of a Tesco’s.

Rather telling of their attitudes. I wonder what excuses they will use to hide their racism and deflect criticism?

2 thoughts on “BDS Stigmatises Kosher Food

  1. Martin 08/03/2012 / 19:22

    It would be helpful if you explained an acronym before using it. What is the BDS? Yes, I could look it up on the web but I shouldn’t have to.

    Okay, I’ve found out now. This is shocking, appalling.

  2. BobFromBrockley 15/03/2012 / 17:18

    According to Wikipedia:
    “The compound initialism BDS is derived from the terms bondage and discipline (B&D or B/D), dominance and submission (D&S or D/s), and sadism and masochism (S&M or S/M). BDS includes a wide spectrum of activities, forms of interpersonal relationships, and distinct subcultures.”

    Oh no, sorry, that’s not it.

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