April 17, 2009, - 2:52 pm

When You Shop @ Whole Foods, This is What You Are Funding

By Debbie Schlussel
Just a follow-up to the story I broke about how Whole Foods sells products it knows are funding scholarships to HAMAS-controlled Terrorist U a/k/a An-Najah University and other such schools of hatred.
Readers are continuing to get the same BS response from Whole Foods, which stands by its decision to sell these products, citing openly anti-Israel groups which hosted Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in America, as its authority.
I used to be a frequent Whole Foods customer. But no more. I am finished with them over this. Until things change, I will shop for natural foods at my local “Plum” Market and “Papa Joe’s” Markets (which are much better than Whole Foods, anyway).
In the meantime, my friend, Shawarma Mayor–a highly recommended site, with great stuff (I read him frequently and so should you)–found this video of the An-Najah mocking the victims of the Sbarro Pizza homicide bombing in Jerusalem, where 15 innocent people were murdered and countless others seriously maimed. Watch how they step on the American flag to enter the “exhibit” and how they have pictures of their heroes, including Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, adorning their walls. When you shop at Whole Foods, you fund this:

Terrorist U: These Companies & Products Fund . . .



. . . Terrorist Re-Enactments Like These @ An-Najah University


An-Najah University Stages Re-enactments of Sbarro Pizza Homicide Bombing

9 Responses

Makes me glad I do not live near a Whole Foods

mindy1 on April 17, 2009 at 3:40 pm

Good job, Debbie, in exposing those dirty bastards.

samurai on April 17, 2009 at 4:09 pm

Whole Foods is an eco sham. There is a whole Foods in upscale West Vancouver Canada…rich soccer moms driving top of the line Mercedes, lexus, Range Rover and BMW SUV’s are a common sight in the parking lot. They proudly dismount their luxury…gas guzzling 4mpg. vehicles and enter the store with re-cycalable green shopping bags designed by 1 ply..1 square Cheryl Crowe with a looks of disdain at anyone who requests the paper shopping bags…Fark’in brainless hypocrites.

mot on April 17, 2009 at 5:15 pm

more like “Hole Foods”?

spiffo on April 19, 2009 at 3:02 pm

Well, at least we now know why they have to charge such high prices.
I actually don’t even know why anyone would shop at my Whole Foods. Mine is located right across the street from a Farmer’s Market, which gives out great samples for free. If you go to the farmer’s markets you can easily get nearly a whole days worth of food, and it’s healthy organic stuff too…..for far less.
Trader Joe’s far better and less expensive too.

Maxine on April 19, 2009 at 3:55 pm

It says a lot that Whole Foods is still moderating the comments on the original blog post. I doubt my comment today, respectful but unflattering, will get through either.
Trader Joe’s is a little farther for me but I have gone since you first mentioned this. I will now be only going to Trader Joe’s because I got the same pathetic excuse in the mail. Their management fits right into bailout mania. Pathetic.

FeFe on May 3, 2009 at 10:18 pm

The comments about this situation are dated April and May of 2009? What has happened since?

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