A Tundra Tabloids’ reader sends the following, timely, great line from professor Alan Dershowitz:
“When it comes to its record on Israel and the Jews, Norway is the worst country in the world, he said. It is on the wrong side of history, morality and democratic values.”
Peter writes: ”I have started to educate people about the behavior of the Norwegians and have asked them to boycott any Norwegian products in our stores.”
That’s Anti-Norwegianism! We will respond by boycotting your products then.
Unlike Israel, Norway is an ally of the United States and a founding member of NATO. It’s unlikely many Americans see any reason to boycott one of the closest allies of the US and the ancestral home of many Americans. You’re a bigot and an Anti-Norwegian.
Hi Peter, one must admit to your enthusiasm in defending Norwegian honor, but don’t do it at the expense of the truth. The State of Israel is indeed a very close ally of the United States, and one can only imagine how desperately you would like to remedy that. Relax, it isn’t going to happen.
Nothing would please me more than to see Norway having a good reputation for its relations with Jews and Israel, and while the Norwegian state has indeed citizens who are friendly to both, the government of Norway has acted with hostility towards the Jewish state, while turning a blind eye to the rise of anti-Semitism.
Being labeled a Norwegian bigot because the TT opposes highly irrational policies of successive Norwegian governments towards Israel, of which one of the latest being the funding of a blood libel in the form of Mads Gilbert and Fosse’s book, the Tears of Gaza, is a badge of honor. Seeing that Richard Goldstone recently recanted on his UN funded report, in admitting that Israel did not intentionally target civilians, the Norwegian state should divest itself from the book co-authored by Gilberts and Fosse.
Danny Ayalon, Deputy Foreign Minister:
In addition, a book written by two Norwegian doctors who were the only foreigners in Gaza to give interviews during Operation Cast Lead was published recently. The book, which accuses IDF soldiers of deliberately killing women and children, is a bestseller in Norway and has been warmly recommended by none other than Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre.
Nope, it’s not the Tundra Tabloids who should be apologizing for bigotry, it’s those people who keep propping up the same Leftist hack politicians who have a “Jewish problem”, who just can’t seem to let go of their sick fetish of sticking it to Israel. KGS