BOYCOTT THE BOYCOTT AND BOYCOTT ME!
That is the advice of James Lewis:
What can Americans do? Europeans are hypersensitive to American public opinion. We can sign petitions. We can inform ourselves, and pass the word to others. And for those of us who feel strongly enough, we can boycott the boycotters. Money talks, and taking away some tourist income will send a strong message.
In just three weeks, on May 26, a small group of rebels will force a reconsideration of the union boycott. They may win, and vindicate fundamental British decency. Or they may lose. If they cannot stop the boycott, I look forward to exploring the beauties of America and Israel on my future travels. Europe will look far too much like its slimy past.
I have sought formal affiliation with both Haifa and Bar Ilan universities and have joined International Advisory Board for Academic Freedom of Bar-Ilan University. In other words, those boycotting my Israeli colleagues, have to boycott me too.
Do join us: Click here: SPME
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