I think by now, that most of you have a fair idea of my personal opinions with regards to Israel. I have rattled them off enough times but for those new readers to the site I will rattle them off one more time.
I believe that the creation of the state of Israel through terror was wrong and should have been prevented, but now that it exists, it should be free to control its own future and borders - but that does not mean that I or you have to support them in securing their future existence. Let them sink or swim - because I do not care one way or another.
The Jewish people or rather the false Jews made a deliberate choice to occupy land belonging to others but land belongs only to those who can occupy it and hold it (something we British are not doing) and our troops should not be used as mercenaries to fight Israel's wars by proxy - neither should Israel be interfering in British politics, the way it has for decades.
Now I personally shop at the The Cooperative because I do want want to put a single penny into the Jewish owned Tesco or Sainsbury retailers pockets. Especially when they pull stunts like cancelling their donations to cancer charities whilst paying for perverted men with painted faces to parade semi naked through our streets and demand that we applaud their Pride in their perverted way of life. So it has been The Cooperative for me for a long time now.
Israel is no friend of Our Country and so why buy products from them?
So, although the reasons for The Cooperative Group's announcement that they are now boycotting products from Israel, is because of their opposition to the way that the Palestinian pawns are treated, I welcome anything that might make Israel think twice about the way they interfere with the politics of other countries.
So fine, you are now going to support The Cooperative by switching from the Jew owned retail companies to them.
But what if you want to boycott all Israel made products? Quite simple, thanks to the way everything (and soon everyone) is bar coded, just check for the first 3 digits of the barcode on a product.
If they begin with 729, then the goods are from Israel and you can leave the product on the shelve. This method should filter most of their products but not all.