February 13, 2020
The most efficient way to combat the Jews is to make a bunch of Jew lists and distribute them.
There is nothing more moving than seeing a bunch of Jew activities in list form.
The United Nations human rights office issued a report on Wednesday on companies it said have business ties to Israeli settlements in the West Bank, drawing ire from Israel but winning praise from Palestinians.
It said it had identified 112 business entities which it has reasonable grounds to conclude have ties with Israeli settlements – 94 domiciled in Israel and 18 in six other countries including the United States, Britain and France.
Inclusion on the list has no immediate legal implications for the companies. Though Palestinians and much of the world view the settlements as illegal under international law, the United States and Israel dispute this.
But the issue is highly sensitive as companies named could be targeted for boycotts or divestment aimed at stepping up pressure on Israel over its West Bank settlements.
“I am conscious this issue has been, and will continue to be, highly contentious,” U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said in a statement.
Bachelet’s office said the report “does not provide a legal characterization of the activities in question, or of business enterprises’ involvement in them.”
Her spokesman, Rupert Colville, said in videotaped remarks made available to reporters that work on the report involved extensive cross-checking and use of company annual reports.
He said it was “not a blacklist, nor does it qualify any companies’ activities as illegal”.
No, it’s not a blacklist.
It’s a yellowlist.
I personally made my name in the Jew-fighting business by compiling lists.
You gotta hit em where it hurts.
Right in the list.
The Jew fears the Jew list.
You can find this full list of Jews on the UN website, here.
If you want to help with the fight against the Jews, take a cue from the UN and start making your own lists of Jews and posting them on the internet.