Adam Horowitz at Mondoweiss, notes, accurately, that Ha'aretz has reported that the big French firm Veolia has pulled out of the Jerusalem light rail project directly as a result of the anti-Zionist BDS Movement. Note how this h-u-g-e news, literally the beginning of the end for Jewish-dominated Israel - the first massive business decision made directly as a result of the fear of lost business due to the boycott - is buried in the middle of a story with the anodyne headline :'Jerusalem rail operator jumps ship, Tel Aviv group isn't even responding'. No more of the typical Jewish swagger. They know how disastrous this is. The Jerusalem Post, reporting on the same matter, not just buried the lede, it disappeared the lede. You know how important the story is by the fact that it is being passed over or hidden.
Another interesting factor is the number of important contracts that Veolia had to lose to finally make the only sensible business decision. These companies are riddled with 'dual-loyalists', people who are supposed to be working for the company and its shareholders but are really agents building Greater Israel. Shareholders should be acting to have these 'dual loyalists' fired, and some of them should be sued for failing in their fiduciary obligations towards the companies they are supposed to be working for.
Israel isn't going to end with a bang - e. g., the attack from Iran they can't stop talking about - but with a whimper. The non-Jewish world will boycott Israel, the knowledge workers will see the writing on the wall and start to gradually leave, this will be covered up - is is already being covered up - but will eventually be a news story, and the floodgates of productive people fleeing Israel will be opened. All that will be left of the Jews in Israel are the unproductive and the parasites, the settlers and their ilk.
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