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Boycott apartheid Israel! Boycott Max Brenner!

Max Brenner Chocolates is a 100% Israeli-owned company belonging to the Strauss Group, the second largest Israeli food and beverage company.

On the “corporate responsibility” section of its website, the Strauss Group emphasizes the support it gives to the Israeli army.

The Strauss group is proud that for more than 30 years, it has supported the Golani reconnaissance platoon infamous… for its involvement 2006 invasion of Lebanon and other atrocities.

As their website puts it:

“Our connection with soldiers goes as far back as the country, and even further.

We see a mission and need to continue to provide our soldiers with support, to enhance their quality of life and service conditions, and sweeten their special moments.”

PROTEST: Sat August 27
Gather at 1pm in park on cnr of Merivale & Glenelg St for a march to Max Brenner store at South Bank

Phone: 0400 720 757, 0401 586 923
Email: contact@justiceforpalestin​ebrisbane.org

spread the word!
Join the Facebook event and invite your friends:
https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/event.php?eid=241364205883144

For full report see Report of Max Brenner Protest

7 responses to “Boycott apartheid Israel! Boycott Max Brenner!

  1. The population of the Gaza Strip had been greatly augmented by an influx of Palestinian refugees who fled from Israel before and during the fighting. Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip or Egypt were issued All-Palestine passports. Egypt did not offer the Palestinians citizenship. From the end of 1949, they received aid from UNRWA. The government was accused of being little more than a façade for Egyptian control, with negligible independent funding or influence. It subsequently moved to Cairo and was dissolved in 1959, by decree of Gamal Abdul Nasser, President of Egypt.

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  2. 20 ppl arrived – lol

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  3. Congrats. You people have discovered the Elixir of Happiness. You can have your anti-racist cake, and eat your anti-semitism too. Simple. You call all Jews who don’t agree with your mishmash of self-righteous ignorance “Zionists” and then you can vent all your hatred on the usual suspects. Pathetic. Yes, I know you have a few willing Jewish human shields going along your nonsense. It’s a fact of life that there’s always a few strays at the low end of the normal distribution curve. What is sadder is that you don’t even realise that most Palestinians in Australia consider your actions a nuisance.

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  4. I’m seriously considering heading down to visit Max Brenner. I’ve never been before, and it looks expensive but it might be interesting to try their chocolate while watching the animals outside protest. Isn’t this sort of racist bigotry unAustralian?

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  5. Benjamin you say “There is no such thing as a Palestinian” — This is untrue – here we are protesting in Nablus!

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  6. I have just received my order for anti-mosquito and anti-vermin products from Lifestyle Logic Pty Ltd who market under the name of Pestrol.

    The box was marked Pestrol but inside there was the unit in another box covered in Hebrew with the trade name Oritrap and their website: http://www.oritrap.co.il.

    Naturally, I am returning the unit advising them of my support for the BDS campaign.

    How’s this for deceptive advertising?

    Gareth
    Email: maxigar@gmail.com

    “The sleep of reason produces monsters” Goya
    “Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities” Voltaire
    “When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist.” Dom Helder Camara, Brazilian Archbishop

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  7. Marcus Benjamin

    Having never heard of Max Brenner until the recent demo in Melbourne I decided to go and try a coffee there. It was delicious and I am cheered to know that my small contribution goes to supporting the IDF. There is no such thing as a Palestinian and idealists would be better advised to protest to the Jordanian embassy and demand that it opens it’s borders to it’s own people. Shalom and God bless you all.

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