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Reykjavík City Will Boycott Israeli Products

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THE CITY OF Reykjavík will no longer purchase goods made in Israel. The City Council voted yesterday that the city would not purchase any goods manufactured in Israel as long as the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories continues. (ILLUSTRATION: Reykjavík City Hall: The City Council approved yesterday a motion to boycott all Israeli goods.)

A Symbolic Act

The motion was put forward by Björk Vilhelmsdóttir, councilwoman for the Social Democratic Alliance. Björk is retiring from politics, and putting this motion forward was her last major act in the city council. According to the motion the City of Reykjavík will boycott Israeli goods “as long as the occupation of Palestinian territories continues.”

The explanatory memorandum argues the boycott is a symbolic act. It shows that the City of Reykjavík supports the right of Palestinians to independence, while condemning “the Israeli policy of apartheid” in the occupied Palestinian territories.

The City might boycott other countries accused of human rights violations

Sóley Tómasdóttir of the Left Green Alliance, who forms part of the governing coalition in Reykjavík City Hall, along with the Social Democrats, Bright Future and the Pirate Party, told the Icelandic National Broadcasting Service, that the boycott created pressure on authorities in Israel to end the occupation of the Palestinian territories. She also argued the city might boycott products manufactured in other states which engage in human rights violations.

No different than refusing to do business with red haired people?

The decision has caused some controversy. A local barrister Einar Gautur Steingrímsson claims it violates the Icelandic constitution. The city has no place setting foreign policy, he told the local news site visir.is. “This is as illegal as refusing to do business with red haired people and it makes no difference whether they justify their decision with references to some alleged actions by the Israelis.”

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COMMENT: This is not Iceland’s first overtly — as the Jews would call it, “anti-Semitic” — act. We remember how Iceland stiffed the banks and refused to pay their blood money. We remember when Iceland granted Bobby Fischer asylum and Icelandic citizenship, despite the fact he was a “notorious” and vocal critic of the Jews (despite allegedly having partly Jewish ancestry, which he denied, but which probably placed him even higher on Zion’s enemies list).

The US tried to put Fischer in prison for ten years allegedly for playing chess in Serbia, a “forbidden” country at the time because it opposed the US/Jewish racial genocide agenda. So the US canceled his US passport without bothering to tell him, which made it impossible for him to travel, which left him stranded in Japan, after which he was under constant threat of arrest by US “authorities” or their bought-and-paid-for “allies” around the world. They called him an “enemy combatant.” What a joke.

Bobby Fischer, by the way, had some really drastic opinions about how to answer the Jewish question: He said that hundreds of thousands of them would have to be executed, and the rest sent to re-education camps.

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Source: Iceland magazine and Ariadna

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2 Comments

  1. TS
    September 17, 2015 at 9:41 pm — Reply

    Bobby Fischer was beautiful, and Iceland showed character by granting him citizenship.

    Great interview, showing Mr Fischer kept his humor, even when the US was after him: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oO0_1oS_oU

  2. aa
    September 18, 2015 at 11:45 am — Reply

    Bobby Fischer lashed out at Jews with a fury hitherto unknown in all the pages of history. An honorable man that understood the situation.

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