Iceland’s Capital Bans ALL Israeli products


By

Ariadna Theokopoulos

The city of Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital, banned not just the products made in the OTs, but ALL Israeli products. Oy, those are cold people! Councilwoman Vilhelmsdóttir said, “I believe that the city is sending a clear message that it will not purchase products from Israel while Israel oppresses another people on the basis of ethnicity and race, and continues having the wall inside Palestine.”

So one-sided, isn’t it? So without context. What about the 6 million Jews who perished in the Holocaust?

The same person, Councilwoman Björk Vilhelmsdóttir, said that she intends to spend the rest of the year doing humanitarian work in the Palestinian territories. Doesn’t that smack of radicalization and perhaps something worse, I won’t say what, but it begins with “anti” and ends with “emitism.”?

Thankfully, as reports ynet, the party that proposed the resolution and has a majority in the city council, the Social Democratic Alliance, does not have a majority  in the Icelandic parliament. While it is true that 64% of icelanders live in the capital there are, well, 36% who don’t. So it is not as if all of Iceland is boycotting Israel. 

The city council has in the past adopted a resolution acknowledging the rights of the Palestinians to independence and a sovereign country of their own. It has criticized what it calls the Israeli government’s “racist apartheid policy”.

City Council President and Bright Future Party Chairman Björn Blöndal said that the resolution was merely symbolic. According to him, it’s a “peaceful way to protest injustice.”

Israeli foreign ministry spokesperson Emmanuel Nahshon said in response,

“A volcano of hatred is erupting out of the city council building in Reykjavik. Without any reason or justification, other than pure hatred, we hear calls to boycott Israel. We hope someone in Iceland comes to their senses and stops the blindness and the one-sidedness that is directed at Israel, the only democracy in the Middle East.”

In general, Iceland is considered very critical of Israel. During 2011’s Operation Pillar of Cloud, the country’s interior minister, Ögmundur Jónasson, headed a 1,000-person protest in front of the US embassy in Reykjavik, as Israel doesn’t have an embassy in Iceland. I suppose they also reasoned that the US is USrael, a conclusion hard to refute. The protesters waved “blood-soaked” Israeli flags and the minister accused Israel of performing a holocaust on the Palestinian people. Imagine that! They actually used the Word that cannot be used for anything else other than a reference to the 6 sainted millions. 

Iceland’s former foreign minister, Össur Skarphéðinsson, has also condemned Israel in the past, saying his country would consider cutting diplomatic ties with Jerusalem. 

Iceland was a supporter of the UN resolution to upgrade Palestine to the status of a non-member observer state.

Iceland is also the country that chased out/imprisoned the bankers following the crisis and then refused to pay its debts to the international borrowers. Goyish lawlessness.

Last but, never forget, never forgive: they gave asylum and citizenship to the self-hater of all self-haters: Bobby Fischer. It is safe to say that if Iceland did not exist, the Jews would not push to have it invented.

  1. #1 by Peter on 03/01/2016 - 9:34

    “So one-sided, isn’t it? So without context. What about the 6 million Jews who perished in the Holocaust?” LOL. I guess they’re over that.

    I’ve wanted to visit Iceland for years, but haven’t done so yet. I’m glad you mentioned Bobby at the end because if you hadn’t, I was going to bring him up. I hope Iceland erects a monument to Bobby Fischer, one of the greatest chess players that ever lived and a great soldier against Jewish oppression and tyranny.

    http://www.deliberation.info/bobby-fischer-unbearably-cruel-light-genius/

  2. #2 by Omar Mohammed on 03/02/2016 - 9:34

    Good job Iceland, you dont need Israelis and jewish influence in your country. Next step is not recognizing Israel and calling the whole region Palestine.

  3. #3 by Eva F. on 03/02/2016 - 9:34

    I only wish all of world would act in the same way!

  4. #4 by mothman777 on 03/02/2016 - 9:34

    “… the only democracy in the Middle East.”

    The twisted Emmanuel Nahshon’s words are merely more evidence of intended forceful hypnosis by the Jews, against all good reasoning.

    Israel is of course not a democracy at all, since the overriding sentiment that predominates throughout the Jewish Israeli community is literally one that intends to physically annihilate the Muslim and Christian Palestinians from the face of the Earth.

    ‘In 1969, Israel’s prime minister Golda Meir astonished the world with this: “It was not as if there was a Palestinian people in Palestine and we came and threw them out and took their country away from them,” she said. “They did not exist.”‘

    http://globalfire.tv/nj/03en/jews/pal_norightreturn.htm

    The Torah demands the physical annihilation of all Christians and Muslims in every country in the world, and all other idolaters. This is clearly stated by the rabbi here in the video below.

    Some of the Jews are also mounting a disinformation campaign stating that Muslims themselves are not idolaters like the Christians are, that they will not be discriminated against by the Noahide Laws, so they are seeking to use ‘Muslim’ forces to assist their military advance. Yet this rabbi speaks more truth, that all real Muslims will be targeted by the lethally genocidal Noahide Laws.

    Just like many ‘Catholics’ and ‘Protestants’ allow themselves to be called such merely as a matter of convenience to hide their true nature, like the Marranos, so many who allow themselves to be called Muslims do so as a matter of convenience to hide their true natures also.

    This particular rabbi clearly states that this program will be extended to other countries in the Middle East that he names, and other rabbis have spoken on film elsewhere of how all people in the world must eventually accept being placed under jurisdiction of the Noahide Laws, or simply be physically killed, no matter whether or not they actually contravene any of those laws at that point in time when they are requested to submit, though most of those people surely would be classed as ‘idolaters’ by the Jews anyway, even without having first been placed under the jurisdiction of the insane Noahide Laws.

    This Jewish military program of physically enforcing the abandoning of Christianity and Islam and all other religions construed by the Jews as being ‘idolatrous’ will of course be unacceptable to the vast majority of Christians and Muslims and others, which will then necessarily and unavoidably result in the physical annihilation of those peoples by military forces under Jewish control, no doubt using any armies that Jewish politicians have gained control over in other countries, and they do already control most of the world’s most powerful armies.

    That violent madness of the Jews will surely be inflicted on many peoples suddenly with no prior warning, like 9/11, like the 1917 slaughter of millions of Christians by the Bolshevik Jews using their mercenary troops, the equivalent of today’s NATO troops, with their ISIS, or Daesh, undeclared allies, when the ‘Lord’ comes ‘like a thief in the night’, using their Israeli trained American police and soldiers, and in many countries they will be using their ISIS soldiers (currently named Daesh) and so on, who are largely Khajirite Muslims who are like the Donmeh and Wahhabi crypto-Jews elsewhere.

    Khajirite Muslims have already been living in Western countries for many years already by the way, and are not merely just arriving hidden amongst so-called refugees.

  5. #5 by YEP on 03/02/2016 - 9:34

    EXCELLENT, JUST EXCELLENT

  6. #6 by Michael F Rivero on 03/02/2016 - 9:34

    “So one-sided, isn’t it? So without context. What about the 6 million Jews who perished in the Holocaust?”

    I don;t recall that Iceland had anything to do with the Holocaust.
    ___________________________________
    A: The only ones who had anything to do with the “Holocaust” were the Jews who invented the myth in all its sick details: the 6 millions, the gas chambers the soap, the lamp shades the shrunken heads

  7. #7 by Alexander on 03/02/2016 - 9:34

    I visited Iceland last May. Beautiful, but the country will be conquered. Saw an official English-speaking uniformed personnel and civilian leaders spreading to them book titled – Instability and opportunity.

    They are on imperialists’ target already.

  8. #8 by Anna Salmon on 03/02/2016 - 9:34

    Isn’t it time we all stopped using this ridiculous number 6,000,000, even when it is used sarcastically as in this article? nothing like that number of Jews were killed by the Nazis. This number (6,000,000 Jewish deaths) was used over and over again throughout the early part of the 20th century, long before Hitler came to power. It was a mythical number derived from the Jewish scriptures. The German records taken from Auschwitz camp by the Soviets and given back to the Polish Government when the USSR was dismantled, show less than one million deaths at Auschwitz. It is quite possible, indeed likely, that many of these died from typhus which was rife in Eastern Europe and many died of starvation due to Allied bombing of German supply lines. Not just the Jews, but thousands of Germans also starved to death because of the Allied bombing of infrastructure and food supply lines as well.
    _________________________
    A: The 6 million number SHOULD be used sarcastically as often as possible until it becomes a known symbol of derision of the Jewish lies.
    The Germans who starved AFTER the war due to the Morgenthau (Jew) Plan were tens of millions — the entire nation. Not nearly enough people know about the Morgenthau Plan.

  9. #9 by Wolf Golf on 03/02/2016 - 9:34

    My people were murdered during the dark time between 1936-1945 in Germany, we are not Jews and those people who were not murdered by the regime were murdered by American bombs and guess what none of those fought for Germany or were involved in its criminal acts. The Holocaust was not Jewish – it was European, Russian etc.. The majority which was murdered was not Jew.
    The largest group who was murdered by the Germans came out of Russia and only a fraction was Jewish.

    The group Israel makes a big mistake by doing what it does and call this defense and by the way Britain had no right to give away other people’s country. It is time to get rid of the construct called Israel.

  10. #10 by Adam Ford on 03/03/2016 - 9:34

    “What about the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust?”

    Well, they have nothing whatsoever to do with BDS do they? Because BDS isn’t directed at Jews. Is it? No. It’s directed at Israel. The “modern, democratic nation state” that seems to think violating the fourth Geneva convention – which IS the direct legacy of the Jewish people’s suffering – and conducting the longest ongoing military occupation in modern memory, creating an apartheid society and denying an indigenous people their rights, Israel seems to think it can behave like this and still be an accepted member of the international community. It can’t.

    And spare me any racist rot about being the “only democracy” in the region. Firstly it’s not morally relative. Secondly, start behaving like one, then.

  11. #11 by Chris Irish Kelly on 03/03/2016 - 9:34

    once again iceland leads the world in doing the right thing.

  12. #12 by María Hjálmdís Þorsteinsdóttir on 03/03/2016 - 9:34

    May I add that in 2011, the Icelandic government (the state) acknowledged Palestine as a sovereign state -the first country in Europe to declare that, I believe. I was very proud of my parliament then.
    _________________
    A: Must be so nice to be an Icelander!

  13. #13 by Kiore Manarette on 03/03/2016 - 9:34

    they retracted….
    Iceland capital retracting decision to boycott Israel
    Reykjavik mayor to amend motion voted on this week, proposal to single out only Israeli goods produced ‘in occupied areas’
    By Ilan Ben Zion September 19, 2015
    http://www.timesofisrael.com/iceland-capital-retracts-decision-to-boycott-israel/
    ___________________________________
    A: Disappointing.
    Something Goyim never seem to learn is that retracting/apologizing does not stop the attacks, on the contrary it emboldens the pests who are out to add punishment and revenge on top of it.
    If you are not sure you are able to stand your position against organized Jewry, don’t even start. If you start, however, don’t back off. It is worse than not doing anything in the first place because they make you into an object lesson of what happens to Goyim who diss them.

  14. #14 by European Women on 03/03/2016 - 9:34

    Holocaust is old news just like the rest of history we are now making new history. Good for Iceland! Never mind all the damage Israel has caused and continues to, screw them!

  15. #15 by Margaret on 03/04/2016 - 9:34

    Margaret Baker Good on Iceland! A shame the writer of this can’t see past the end of their own nose. They wheel out the old “What about the holocaust” argument like it justifies Israels behaviour. Icelanders aren’t the cold people here- they’re the ones who give a shit and are prepared to take a stand.
    Just now

  16. #16 by M abusrour on 05/01/2016 - 9:34

    Congratulation Iceland highly respect your step and wish other european countries will do the same

  17. #17 by Juia Webster on 10/22/2016 - 9:34

    Go Iceland! I would like to see a real boycott of Israel. International laws were established after WWII but it was Israel that broke all those laws and continues to do so under the excuse they are ‘victims’. I suggest you go live in NYC and see how arrogant these people really are. My heart goes out to the suffering Palestinians who have been their victims and the REAL VICTIMS. Hitler didn’t do half as bad as what the Jews have done in the MIddle East and it’s all done under the claim that the ‘bible’ says ‘everything belongs to them’. Yet they claim they are educated!

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