Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
What is BDS? “In 2005,” notes the movement’s website, “Palestinian civil society issued a call for a campaign of boycotts, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel until it complies with international law and Palestinian rights” – in other words, until it stops exterminating the Arabs on its drunken American sugar daddy’s dime. “A truly global movement against Israeli Apartheid is rapidly emerging in response to this call.”
BDS derives particular strength from university groups; but even those who believe themselves to be too far removed from the fray or from positions of the meagerest bit of influence can do small things to assist the cause. The consumer boycott phase involves eschewing the export “goods” of the Jewish state or its corporate partners – one component of the campaign with which the United States government clearly is not in sympathy – but how is the middle-American everyman, who buys no Israeli wines, dates, Caterpillar earth-moving equipment, or “Beauty Secrets from the Dead Sea” to begin with, to contribute to BDS?
One small way the American moviegoer can voice his displeasure with Zionist crimes is by not buying tickets to two forthcoming superhero adventures. Gal Gadot, 2004’s Miss Israel and a former aerobics instructor for the IDF, has been cast as Wonder Woman in the upcoming features Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Wonder Woman, slated for release in 2016 and 2017, respectively. The problem is not just that Gal is a Jewess and a noisily Zionist Israeli war cheerleader to boot – not really all that surprising considering how disgustingly kosher superheroes have always been and how flagrantly recent movies have advertised this subtextual pedigree – but the sinister circumstance that Hollywood’s promotion of Gal constitutes a subliminal campaign of war propaganda.
Israel, in a despicable effort to soften and sex up its ugly image in the easily distracted mind of the typically masturbation-crazy American male, actually rounded up a bunch of its most photogenic military personnel in 2007 and had them pose for cheesecake pictures in Maxim. Gal Gadot was one of these “Chosen Ones: Women of the Israeli Army”, and went on from there to be promoted in action-oriented movie fare like Fast Five (2011) – all for the greater glory of the Zionist project.
Producers who patronize this naked and unashamed Zionist asset by spotlighting her bony body in their mindless entertainments are stomping for Israeli domination not only of the Middle East, but of the American mind and eros, as well. Gal Gadot is such a scrawny, half-starved specimen, anyway, that to forgo her forthcoming contributions to Jewish supremacist cinema – to BDS this T&A, in other words – makes no unreasonable demands on a man of comparatively normal tastes.
Refuse to watch this repugnant dreck, and let the creatures in Hollywood know why their product deserves a box office abortion. Hit them on Twitter and on Facebook. Turn these sick flicks into pariahs, punish the pushers where it hurts, and punch the purveyors of Wonder Woman in their swollen erogenous zone – their pocketbooks!