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  • /facepalm

    Yes, the Palestinians totally want peace with Israel. So much so that they are buying perfume named after a rocket used to kill Israelis.

    Yup.
  • MmmmBacon: /facepalm

    Yes, the Palestinians totally want peace with Israel. So much so that they are buying perfume named after a rocket used to kill Israelis.

    Yup.


    Yes, Look at those Americans with their Bazooka gum, Corvette (Naval Ship) cars, Irish car bombs shots, etc...

    There are many cases of militarization of the civilian spaces on both sides to get upset about, this is pretty low on the totem pole
  • zedster: MmmmBacon: /facepalm

    Yes, the Palestinians totally want peace with Israel. So much so that they are buying perfume named after a rocket used to kill Israelis.

    Yup.

    Yes, Look at those Americans with their Bazooka gum, Corvette (Naval Ship) cars, Irish car bombs shots, etc...

    There are many cases of militarization of the civilian spaces on both sides to get upset about, this is pretty low on the totem pole


    Yes, but this is brown people vs joos, so clearly they're wrong. Also, intentionally evil.
  • Clearly this calls for the bombing of the factory and all the stores that carry it. Preferably in the day time when lots of people are there. You know, untargeted collateral damage.
  • zedster: MmmmBacon: /facepalm

    Yes, the Palestinians totally want peace with Israel. So much so that they are buying perfume named after a rocket used to kill Israelis.

    Yup.

    Yes, Look at those Americans with their Bazooka gum, Corvette (Naval Ship) cars, Irish car bombs shots, etc...

    There are many cases of militarization of the civilian spaces on both sides to get upset about, this is pretty low on the totem pole


    Let's not also forget the Pizza Hut eau de toilet.

    // do NOT go in there
    // whoooooooooo
  • Company targets products to consumers base to make money. Same ol' same ol'
  • Actually, I'm more offended that Gazans wear perfume than anything else. Who the hell do they think they are? It's not like they're Americans who can just overspend on everything and remain in luxury. Those people need to learn their place and save for the inevitable bomb vest that they will need once they've had enough.
  • It should do better than Jai Jihad. Every time a man puts on Jai Jihad cologne and leaves the security of his terrorist cell bunker, he is swarmed by possibly beautiful women in burkas. He may be forced to prematurely detonate his explosive vest.
  • I'm waiting for the Israelis to release their white phosphorus cologne.

    Again.
  • Israel plans to release their own scent in Gaza. "White Phosphorus", a scent for men, women and children regardless of their status as Combatants or Non Combatants. White Phosphorus has the alluring scent of singed flesh and gives the wearer a feeling of deep, penetrating warmth.

    Available soon everywhere within the disputed territories.
  • croesius

    I worked on that post for at least 5 minutes. I also encouraged the guy next to me to steal fatass' chair and replace fatass' chair with a broken down one.

    And the boss wanted something. Work? Werk? Meh. I look it up.

    Shakes tiny angry fist
  • MmmmBacon: /facepalm

    Yes, the Palestinians totally want peace with Israel. So much so that they are buying perfume named after a rocket used to kill Israelis.

    Yup.



    Damned Palis don't want peace. If they want peace, they should do as they are told. The Jews in Europe tried to make peace with Hitler by quietly getting on the trains when told to, the Palis could learn a thing or two from that.
  • It's time for a One State solution

    The majority of Palestinians live either in the exile to which they were driven from their homes during the creation of Israel in 1948, or as second-class citizens of Israel, where they face formidable obstacles as non-Jews in a state that reserves a full spectrum of rights only for Jews.

    For Palestinians, the right to return home and the right to live in dignity and equality in their own land are not any less important than the right to live free of military occupation. A separate state addressed only the latter, but there can never be a just and lasting peace that does not address all those rights, even if it means relinquishing the prospect of an independent Palestinian state.

    What must be added here is that if a one-state solution offers the last remaining key to a just and lasting peace, Israeli Jews will pay what will turn out to be only a short-term price in exchange for many long-term gains. Like Palestinians, they will lose the dream and the prospect of a state exclusively their own. But - also like Palestinians - what they will gain in turn is the right to live in peace.


    Link
  • zedster: MmmmBacon: /facepalm

    Yes, the Palestinians totally want peace with Israel. So much so that they are buying perfume named after a rocket used to kill Israelis.

    Yup.

    Yes, Look at those Americans with their Bazooka gum, Corvette (Naval Ship) cars, Irish car bombs shots, etc...

    There are many cases of militarization of the civilian spaces on both sides to get upset about, this is pretty low on the totem pole


    But it's different when we do it, because Americans aren't filthy muslim terrorists who eat babies and murder puppies. Also, you're an antisemite.
  • MmmmBacon: /facepalm

    Yes, the Palestinians totally want peace with Israel. So much so that they are buying perfume named after a rocket used to kill Israelis.

    Yup.


    Bingo
  • Mmm, the sweet, sweet smell of propaganda.

    No pics of the perfume. No company named. No website listed. Nothing.

    All references on google come from pro-Israeli blogs, it seems.
  • zedster: MmmmBacon: /facepalm

    Yes, the Palestinians totally want peace with Israel. So much so that they are buying perfume named after a rocket used to kill Israelis.

    Yup.

    Yes, Look at those Americans with their Bazooka gum, Corvette (Naval Ship) cars, Irish car bombs shots, etc...

    There are many cases of militarization of the civilian spaces on both sides to get upset about, this is pretty low on the totem pole


    9/11 by Muslim Dior. I'm sure you would be ok with this.
  • mat catastrophe: Mmm, the sweet, sweet smell of propaganda.

    No pics of the perfume. No company named. No website listed. Nothing.

    All references on google come from pro-Israeli blogs, it seems.



    Israelis ratfarking the media? Perish the thought!

    Masters of the lie indeed.
  • And those who want to believe, do so.
  • FTA: Cosmetics firm calls scent M-75 in honor of 'victory' against Israel during Pillar of Defense


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  • LowbrowDeluxe: zedster: MmmmBacon: /facepalm

    Yes, the Palestinians totally want peace with Israel. So much so that they are buying perfume named after a rocket used to kill Israelis.

    Yup.

    Yes, Look at those Americans with their Bazooka gum, Corvette (Naval Ship) cars, Irish car bombs shots, etc...

    There are many cases of militarization of the civilian spaces on both sides to get upset about, this is pretty low on the totem pole

    Yes, but this is brown people vs joos, so clearly they're wrong. Also, intentionally evil.


    Well, they are part of a death cult
  • Israelis ratfarking the media? Perish the thought!


    Anti-Israeli dumbfarks automatically dismissing anything from an Israeli source, showing what twits they are?

    Um, yes, that appears to be what's happening here.

    Pal source. Translated for your convenienceby Google.
  • ocschwar: Israelis ratfarking the media? Perish the thought!


    Anti-Israeli dumbfarks automatically dismissing anything from an Israeli source, showing what twits they are?

    Um, yes, that appears to be what's happening here.

    Pal source. Translated for your convenienceby Google.



    That's even more hilarious. Many products in the US after WWII used marketing themes based on killing Nazis. Don't see much difference here.
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