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Thursday, June 18, 2015

Seen at Publix

Someone is going around putting these stickers on Kosher, even non-Israeli products at Publix (in Southern Florida from what I could tell from the Facebook page of the person who posted it).

The source for the stickers is here.

They're really brave (not!):
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One would hope that at least in the United States, people would be arrested for vandalizing stores

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At 6:03 PM, Blogger Dan said...

I suspect the economic impact of a boycott is actually a reason for Ha'aretz and its readers to support it. After all, when Israel was a much poorer, economically less developed country, the Ha'aretz crowd naturally had much more influence and status, since they had much less competition from successful entrepreneurs and business leaders. Just a thought...

At 2:00 AM, Blogger InMemoryOf Yossi said...

Argh! Second try.
There are similar stickers for GMO products. Skull and crossbones, this product contains GMOs. I believe people have been arrested.
The store should have surveillance cameras. Not that hard to find who did it. I never did the GMO stickers cuz I like not being arrested.


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