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A store in San Francisco has been recently caught selling sunflower seeds with the following packaging:

The text on the left reads “Shalom from Israel,” and on the right is a slang phrase roughly translating as “spit them out everywhere”. Not to mention the picture of the scheming Jew. The product is manufactured in the former Soviet union, and is imported into the States by an Iranian based company (surprise?). Pissed off yet? Well here’s the real shocker: the store owners are reportedly Jewish Russians who apparently didn’t realize the nature of the product and are shocked! How do you order, unpack and stock a product with such a disgusting package and not notice?

Apparently this product was also found in New York markets and Canadian retail stores last year. It’s disgusting that we live in a world where such a thing could even exist.

See two reports on the incident here and here.

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2 Responses to “S.F. store removes ‘Dirty Jew’ sunflower seeds from shelves”

  1. Shiro says:

    common! if even Jews (owners) didnt find it insulting why should anybody else. There is obviously a market for it.

  2. Katherine says:

    Perhaps someone should plaster your face on a bag of cow dung and market it as Shiro Shitz, would that be insulting? As far as markets go, there is even one for murder. Does that make it all right?

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