Tuesday, April 01, 2008


Washington Times syndicated columnist Diana West is fuming over what the Dutch media, its government and its industry are doing to Geert Wilders, writing that it's high time to act, to assert ourselves, to protect our culture, and to herald the truth about this game of ruthless dissemination that is plaguing the world, not just the West, but Thailand, the Philiphines, China, Russia, Africa, and everywhere the Arab supremists take their marching orders to ply their trade of mayhem and chaos via their so-called Noble Koran (and traditions).

No, let's not riot. Let's not burn Dutch flags. Let's not call for beheadings—those activities are the modus operandi of the Religion of Peace, those cruel masters of doublespeak, those frothing totalitarian oppressors of all that comes within its path.

Here's one active voice that calls for a saner approach...

On reading in The Brussels Journal that the Dutch are trying to muscle Wilders out of public existence by not providing him with adequate security, possibly even suing him for Dutch industry losses in the Muslim world, I was moved to declare my own personal boycott of Unilever products, an Anglo-Dutch company with a particulatly loathesome director named Doekle Terpstra. “Geert Wilders is evil, and evil has to be stopped,” Terpstra (henceforth known as Twerpstra) said. The Unilever director, anticipating a worldwide Muslim boycott of Unilever products, has called upon the Dutch to “rise in order to stop Wilders from preaching his evil message.” They are listening all too well.

Let's join this advocated boycott, rising forth out of our protracted slumber in order to stop Twerpstra from inaugurating the era of sharia-style censorship in the Netherlands. We can start by sending Unilever an email.

On visiting the Unilever website, you will be stunned how many products of this ridiculous corporation might find their way into one's shopping cart. Here is a complete list:

All, Axe, Ben and Jerry’s, Bertoli, Breyers, Caress, Degree, Good Humor, I Can't Believe It's Not Butter, Best Foods, Brooke Bond, Colman’s, Cif, Dove, Glidat Strauss, Heartbrand, Hellmann’s, Imperial Margarine, Knorr, Lipton, Lawry's, Lever 2000, Lipton, Lipton Sides, Slimfast, Snuggle, Suave, Wish Bone, Wisk, Ponds, Popsicle, Promise, Q-Tips, Ragu, Country Crock, Skippy, Pepsodent, Sunsilk, Unox, Vaseline.

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